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Perchard, Andrew and MacKenzie, Niall (2014) Blinded by the light? The rhetoric of state-led innovation in the UK after 1945. In: Association of Business Historians Conference. 22nd Annual Conference, 2014-06-27 - 2014-06-28, Newcastle University Business School. (Unpublished)

MacKenzie, Niall and Carter, Sara and Chen, Shihui (2014) Female leadership and family cohesion : the emergence of Neoglory as a Chinese multinational. In: Association of Business Historians Conference. 22nd Annual Conference, 2014-06-27 - 2014-06-28, Newcastle University Business School.

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