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Decker, Stephanie (2018). Africanization in British Multinationals in Ghana and Nigeria, 1945-1970. Business History Review, 92 (4), pp. 691-718.

Decker, Stephanie D, Üsdiken, Behlül, Engwall, Lars and Rowlinson, Michael (2018). Special Issue Introduction:Historical Research on Institutional Change. Business History, 60 (5), pp. 1-15.

Perchard, Andrew, MacKenzie, Niall, Decker, Stephanie and Favero, Giovanni (2017). Clio in the business school:historical approaches in strategy, international business and entrepreneurship. Business History, Early ,

Decker, Stephanie D. (2016). Paradigms lost:integrating history and organization studies. Management and Organizational History, 11 (4), pp. 364-379.

Decker, Stephanie (2016). Book review: Organizations in Time, edited by R Daniel Wadhwani and Marcelo Bucheli, Oxford University Press, 2014. Business History Review, 90 (2), pp. 333-337.

Colli, Andrea, Decker, Stephanie, de Jong, Abe, Pérez, Paloma Fernández, Rollings, Neil and Stokes, Ray (2016). Editorial : special issues in Business History. Business History, 58 (1), pp. 1-5.

Decker, Stephanie, Kipping, Matthias and Wadhwani, R. Daniel (2015). New business histories! Plurality in business history research methods. Business History, 57 (1), pp. 30-40.

Rowlinson, Michael C., Hassard, John and Decker, Stephanie (2014). Research strategies for organizational history:a dialogue between historical theory and organization theory. Academy of Management Review, 39 (3), pp. 250-274.

Decker, Stephanie (2014). Solid intentions:an archival ethnography of corporate architecture and organizational remembering. Organization, 21 (4), pp. 514-542.

Stokes, Ray, Colli, Andrea, Decker, Stephanie, de Jong, Abe, Fernándes Pérez, Paloma and Rollings, Neil (2014). Editorial. Business History, 56 (2), pp. 336-339.

Decker, Stephanie (2013). The silence of the archives : business history, Postcolonialism and archival ethnography. Management and organizational history, 8 (2), pp. 155-173.

Decker, Stephanie (2013). The silence of the archives:business history, Postcolonialism and archival ethnography. Management and Organizational History, 8 (2), pp. 155-173.

Decker, Stephanie (2012). Global electrification:multinational enterprise and international finance in the history of light and power, 1878-2007. Enterprise and Society , pp. 449-451.

Decker, Stephanie (2011). Corporate political activity in less developed countries:The Volta River Project in Ghana, 1958-66. Business History, 53 (7), pp. 993-1017.

van den Bersselaar, Dmitri and Decker, S. (2011). "No longer at ease":corruption as an institution in West Africa. International Journal of Public Administration, 34 (11), pp. 741-752.

Decker, Stephanie (2011). Postcolonialism and business history:Edward Said and Frederick Cooper. Association of Business Historians Newsletter, 40 (Spring), pp. 3-8.

Decker, Stephanie (2010). Depression to decolonization:Berclays Bank (DCO) in the West Indies, 1926-1962. By Kathleen E.A. Monteith. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, 2008. xvi + 355pp. Illustrations, tables. figures, appendix, bibliography, notes, index. $30.00. ISBN: 879-976-640-198-6. Business History Review, 84 (4), pp. 851-852.

Decker, Stephanie (2010). Postcolonial transitions in Africa:decolonization in West Africa and present day South Africa. Journal of Management Studies, 47 (5), pp. 791-813.

Decker, Stephanie (2009). Global brands:The Evolution of Multinationals in Alcoholic Beverages. By Teresa da Silva Lopes. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007. xxii + 303 pp. Illustrations, tables, appendix, bibliography, notes, index. Cloth, $50.00. ISBN: 978-0-521-83397-4. Business History Review, 83 (S1), pp. 208-210.

Decker, S. (2008). Building up goodwill:British business, development and economic nationalism in Ghana and Nigeria, 1945-1977. Enterprise and Society, 9 (4), pp. 602-613.

Decker, Stephanie (2008). Dekolonisation der Wirtschaft? Wirtschaftsnationalismus in Afrika nach 1945. Archiv für Sozialgeschichte, 48 , pp. 461-486.

Decker, Stephanie (2007). Corporate legitimacy and advertising:British companies and the rhetoric of development in West Africa, 1950-1970. Business History Review, 81 (1), pp. 59-86.

Decker, Stephanie (2005). Decolonising Barclays Bank DCO? Corporate Africanisation in Nigeria, 1945-69. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 33 (3), pp. 419-440.

Book Section

Decker, Stephanie D (2018). Less than an empire and more than British:Foreign investor competition in Ghana and Nigeria in the 1960s. IN: Imagining Britain’s Economic Future, c.1800-1975:. Thackeray, D.; Thompson, A. and Toye, R. (eds) Palgrave Macmillan Ltd..

Wadhwani, R. Daniel and Decker, Stephanie (2017). Clio’s toolkit:historical methods beyond theory building from cases. IN: Routledge companion to qualitative research in organization studies. Mir, Raza and Jain, Sanjay (eds) Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Accounting . Routledge.

Decker, Stephanie (2008). Return to imperial trade? John Holt & Co (Liverpool) Ltd. as a contemporary free-standing company, 1945-2006. IN: The empire in one city? Liverpool's inconvenient imperial past. Haggerty, Sherryllyne; Webster, Anthony and White, Nicholas (eds) Studies in imperialism . Manchester (UK): Manchester University Press.

Decker, Stephanie (2004). The renaissance of corporate paternalism:Ashanti Goldfields corporation in the Gold Coast 1945-1946. IN: Economic history society annual conference 2004. UNSPECIFIED.

Monograph

Decker, Stephanie (2012). The silence of the archives:postcolonialism and the practice of historical reconstruction from archival evidence. Working Paper. Munich Personal RePEc Archive, Munich (DE).

Conference or Workshop Item

Decker, Stephanie and Coraiola, Diego (2017). REMEMBERING IN ORGANISATIONS: THE STRATEGIC ROLE OF HISTORICAL ARCHIVES IN COMMERCIAL BANKS. IN: British Academy Research Day. Carlton Terrace, 2017-06-12 - 2017-06-16.

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