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Dr Nicholas Wong

Senior Lecturer

Department: Newcastle Business School

Dr Nicholas Wong is Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at Newcastle Business School. He is currently acting Programme Leader for the BA Entrepreneurial Business Management and Module Leader for the Work Based Research Project and Family Business Studies modules. Nick's research is focused on Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Family Business Studies and Historical Organisation Studies. He has published in, amongst others, Business History, Journal of Management Inquiry, International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management and Entreprises et Histoire. He has recently published a co-authored book titled, Business History: A Research Overview (Routledge, 2022) He also co-edited five books which feature in the Routledge Series of Industrial History. He is the co-leader (with Prof John Wilson) of the Business History Group at Newcastle Business School. Nick is currently an active member of the Northumbria Centre of Innovation, Regional Transformation and Entrepreneurship (iNCITE centre). Nick is also on the editorial board of the Business History Collective. In 2018, Nick was part of the team that won the John F. Mee Award at the Academy of Management for Best Paper in Management History.

Nicholas Wong

Campus Address

Northumbria University, Faculty of Business and Law
CCE-1, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
NE1 8ST

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Commerce with a bit of Ethics, or Ethics with a bit of Commerce? The Conundrum of British Consumer Co-operation 1863-1990, Webster, T., Wilson, J., Wong, N. 7 Jul 2021, In: Journal of Management History
  • Historical Narratives and the Defense of Stigmatized Industries, Smith, A., Wong, N., Sørensen, A., Jones, I., Coraiola, D. 10 Jun 2021, In: Journal of Management Inquiry
  • The Cotton and Textile Industry: Innovation and Maturity: Case Studies in Industrial History, Wilson, J., Toms, S., Wong, N. 29 Jan 2021
  • Banking and Finance: Case studies in the development of the UK financial sector, Wilson, J., Wong, N., Toms, S. 17 Mar 2020
  • Entrepreneurial strategies in a family business: growth and capital conversions in historical perspective, Wong, N., McGovern, T. 3 Sep 2020, In: Businesss History
  • Growth and Decline of American Industry: Case studies in the Industrial History of the USA, Wilson, J., Wong, N., Toms, S. 10 Mar 2020
  • Management and Industry: Case studies in UK industrial history, Wilson, J., Wong, N., Toms, S. 17 Mar 2020
  • Historical approaches for hospitality and tourism research, Mackenzie, N., Pittaki, Z., Wong, N. 16 Sep 2019, In: International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management

Qualifications

Music PhD September 01 2017


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