Former Coleman Prize Winners



2016 Christopher Phillips
'Managing Armageddon: Britain’s Transport Experts and the First World War'
Leeds Trinity University
2015 David Singerman
'Inventing Purity in the Sugar World, 1860-1930'
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2014 Emily Buchnea
'Bridging the Middle Atlantic: The Liverpool-New York Trading Community, 1763-1833'
University of Nottingham
2012 Michael Pritchard
'The Development and Growth of British Photographic Manufacturing and Retailing, 1839-1914'
De Montfort University
2011 Xavier Duran Amorocho
'Was the Pacific Railroad expected to be profitable? Evidence from entrepreneur's declared expectations, an empirical entry model and ex-post information'
London School of Economics
2010 Aashish Velkar
’Markets, Standards and Transactions: Measurements in Nineteenth-Century British Economy’
London School of Economics
2009

Stefan Schwarzkopf

'Respectable Persuaders: The Advertising Industry and British Society, 1900–1939'
Birkbeck, University of London
2008

Valerie Johnson

'British Multinationals, Culture and Empire in the Early Twentieth Century',
Kings College, University of London

2007

Stephanie Decker

'Building up Goodwill: British business, development and economic nationalism in Ghana and Nigeria, 1945 to 1977'
University of Liverpool
2006

Lisa Jack

'The Persistence of Post War Accounting Practices in UK Agriculture'
University of Essex
2005

Alan Carroll

'Revaluating the Performance of a Nationalised Industry: The National Freight Corporation 1947-1982'
Manchester Metropolitan University
2004

Giuliano Maielli

'Managerial Culture and Company Survival: Technological Change and Output-mix Optimisation at Fiat, 1960 - 1987'
London School of Economics
2003

Teresa da Silva Lopes

'The Growth and Survival of Multinationals in the Global Alcoholic Beverages Industry'
University of Reading
2002

Gerben Bakker

'Entertainment Industrialised: The Emergence of the International Film Industry, 1890-1940'
European Institute, Florence
2001

Janet Greenless

'Women's Impact on Capitalist Development: A Comparative Study of the Lancashire and American Cotton Industries, 1790-1860'
University of York
2000

Andrew Popp

'Business Structure, Business Culture and the Industrial District: The Potteries, c.1850-1900'
Sheffield Hallaman