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Prof Bernardo Batiz-Lazo

Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Although I have made contributions to the business and economic history of Latin America (mainly Mexico) and Spain as well as accounting history, my main area of work has been the impact of computer technology on retail banking. This has included touching on contemporary issues around the cashless economy, retail payments, globalization and international trade. Currently I am looking at the emergence of FinTech as a global phenomenon.


Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (sponsor Economic History Society) (2020).             

Fellow of the Royal Historical Society (2010).

Senior Fellow of the Academy of Higher Education (2007).

Bernardo Batiz-Lazo

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

Although I have made contributions to the business and economic history of Latin America (mainly Mexico) and Spain as well as accounting history, my main area of work has been the impact of computer technology on retail banking. This has included touching on contemporary issues around the cashless economy, retail payments, globalization and international trade. Currently I am looking at the emergence of FinTech as a global phenomenon.

Key Publications

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  • Andrea Lluch, Martín Monsalve-Zanatti, Marcelo Bucheli (eds). Historia Empresarial en América Latina: Temas, Debates y Problemas. Bogotá y Lima: Universidad de los Andes & Universidad del Pacífico, 2021. v + 191 pp. ISBN-978-658-774-982-3, Batiz-Lazo, B. 23 Jul 2021, In: Journal of Latin American Studies
  • The rise and fall and reinvention of a global icon: James W Cortada. Cambridge, MA: the MIT Press, 2019. xxii + 723 pp. ISBN-13 9780262039444, Bátiz-Lazo, B. 13 Jul 2021, In: Business History
  • What is new in “a new history of management”?, Batiz-Lazo, B. 14 Jan 2019, In: Journal of Management History
  • Cash and Dash: How ATMs and Computers Changed Banking, Batiz-Lazo, B. 18 Sep 2018
  • The Ascent of Plastic Money: International Adoption of the Bank Credit Card, 1950-1975, Batiz-Lazo, B., Del Angel, G. 25 Oct 2018, In: Business History Review
  • The Book of Payments: Historical and Contemporary Views on the Cashless Society, Batiz-Lazo, B., Efthymiou, L. 2016
  • The Industrial Organization of Hong Kong's Progression Toward a Cashless Economy (1960s-2000s), Batiz-Lazo, B., Smith, A. 25 May 2016, In: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
  • A Dainty Review of the Business and Economic History of Chile and Latin America = Una breve revisión de la historia económica y empresarial de Chile y América Latina, Batiz-Lazo, B. 1 Dec 2015, In: Estudios de Economia
  • Online publishing and citation success in the accounting, business and economic history of Spain, 1997–2011, Batiz-Lazo, B., Eskandari, R., Goddard, J. 1 Oct 2015, In: Investigaciones de Historia Economica
  • How the Future Shaped the Past: The Case of the Cashless Society, Batiz-Lazo, B., Haigh, T., Stearns, D. Mar 2014, In: Enterprise & Society: The International Journal of Business History

PGR Supervision

  • Abolfazl Amanollahnejadkalkhouran Start Date: 01/10/2021
  • Thomas Fischer Developing organisational processes, strategies and context: the case of Deutsche Postbank AG Start Date: 01/11/2020

Qualifications

  • Not Specified PhD November 17 1998
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2020


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