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The Henrietta Larson Article Award

The Henrietta Larson Article Award is given annually to the best article published in the journal for each volume year, as determined by a vote of the Editorial Advisory Board.

Winners

2017 Henrietta Larson Article Award

The Editorial Advisory Board of the Business History Review is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2017 Henrietta Larson Article Award is Timothy W. Guinnane, Ron Harris, and Naomi R. Lamoreaux Contractual Freedom and Corporate Governance in Britain in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries. The article, published in the Summer 2017 issue, pp. 227-277,  is currently free to access on Cambridge Core.


2016 Henrietta Larson Article Award

The Editorial Advisory Board of the Business History Review is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2016 Henrietta Larson Article Award is Sean H. Vanatta for Citibank, Credit Cards, and the Local Politics of National Consumer Finance, 1968–1991. The Vanatta article, published in the Spring 2016 issue, pp. 57-80.


2015 Henrietta Larson Article Award

The Editorial Advisory Board of the Business History Review is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2015 Henrietta Larson Article Award is Christina Lubinski, for Global Trade and Indian Politics: The German Dye Business in India before 1947. The article, published in the autumn 2015 issue of the BHR.


2014 Henrietta Larson Article Award (27 Apr 2015)

The Editorial Advisory Board of the Business History Review announces the winner of the 2014 HENRIETTA LARSON ARTICLE AWARD: Mary O'Sullivan, A Fine Failure: Relationship Lending, Moses Taylor, and the Joliet Iron & Steel Company, 1869–1888. A certificate is presented to the author/s of the best article published in the volume.


2013 Henrietta Larson Article Award (05 May 2014)

The Editorial Advisory Board of the Business History Review announces the winner of the 2013 HENRIETTA LARSON ARTICLE AWARD: Naomi R. Lamoreaux, Kenneth L. Sokoloff, and Dhanoos Sutthiphisal, Patent Alchemy: The Market for Technology in U.S. History. A certificate is presented to the author/s of the best article published in the volume.


All Henrietta Larson Award Winning Articles