Professor Charles Harvey
Professor of Business History and Management
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 5812
- Address: Room 2.12
2nd Floor Armstrong Building
Newcastle upon Tyne
Professor of Business History and Management and Director of the Centre for Research on Entrepreneurship, Wealth and Philanthropy
BSc (Bristol), Economics and Economic History
PhD (Bristol), International Business History
Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Humanities and Social Sciences, Newcastle University, (2008-15)
Dean, Strathclyde Business School (2005-08)
Dean, Bristol Business School (1999-2005)
Director, Royal Holloway School of Management (1990-99)
Chairman, Central Middlesex Hospital NHS Trust (1994-99)
Business strategy. International business. Organization studies. Business history.
I am currently engages in three major sets of projects:
1. Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy conducted with various members of the Centre for Research on Entrepreneurship Wealth and Philanthropy (REWP): http://www.ncl.ac.uk/rewp.
Inequality and large scale giving in the U.S. (with Gerhard Kling and Mairi Maclean).
Philanthropy, enterprise and society in the North East of England (with Mairi Maclean, Michael Price and Vesela Harizanova)
The ethics of entrepreneurial philanthropy (with Jillian Gordon and Mairi Maclean)
Fundraising in UK Higher Education (PhD student Alison Gibson, jointly supervised with Frank Mueller)
Events and elite philanthropic networking (PhD student Ruomei Yang, jointly supervised with Frank Mueller)
Entrepreneurial philanthropy and socio-economic development in Pakistan (PhD student Muhammad Khan, jointly supervised with Michael Price).
2. Business Elites and the Field of Power conducted with Mairi Maclean and Gerhard Kling. This long standing project has entered a new phase focused on the survival strategies of business elites within the field of power using Boardex data for the U.S. and applying the original quantitative methodology we detail in ‘Establishing causal order in longitudinal studies combining binary and continuous dependent variables’, Organizational Research Methods, vol. 20(4), 2017: 770-799.
3. Historical Organization Studies conducted with Mairi Maclean, Stewart Clegg, Roy Suddaby and Bill Foster: https://www.researchgate.net/project/Historical-Organization-Studies. We define historical organization studies as ‘organizational research that draws extensively on historical data, methods and knowledge to promote historically informed theoretical narratives attentive to both disciplines’. Group members have written extensively on conceptual and methodological issues and are responsible for developing and applying key constructs such as dual integrity and rhetorical history.
Professor Harvey has supervised fifty doctoral projects to a successful conclusion. He undertakes supervision in the fields of Strategy, International Business, Entrepreneurship, Organization Studies, Philanthropy and Business History, .
Board member of the Community Foundation for Tyne & Wear and Northumberland. Visiting Professor Hunter Centre for Entreprenuership, Strathclyde University. Co-Editor, Association of Business Schools "Guide to Academic Journal Quality". Former joint editor (1988-2007) of Business History, Chairman (1994-99) of Central Middlesex NHS Trust, member (1993-97) Research Grants Board, ESRC.
Professor Harvey has worked as consultant and management educator on major assignments for numerous organisations, including IBM, Sainsburys, J P Morgan, Babcock International, Bombardier Transportation and several NHS Trusts.
I contribute sessions to the Humanities and Social Sciences doctoral training programme on effectiveness in doctoral supervision and research design and the social-cultural theories of Pierre Bourdieu.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Clegg S. Conceptualizing historical organization studies. Academy of Management Review 2016, 41(4), 609-632.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Kling G. Pathways to power: class, hyper-agency and the French corporate elite. Organization Studies 2014, 35(6), 825-855.
- Maclean M, Harvey C. 'Give it back, George': Network dynamics in the philanthropic field. Organization Studies 2016, 37(3), 399-423.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Kling G. Elite Business Networks and the Field of Power: A Matter of Class?. Theory, Culture & Society 2017, 34(5-6), 127-151.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Gordon J, Shaw E. Identity, storytelling and the philanthropic journey. Human Relations 2015, 68(10), 1623-1652.
- Kling G, Harvey C, Maclean M. Establishing causal order in longitudinal studies combining binary and continuous dependent variables. Organizational Research Methods 2016, 19(ePub ahead of Print).
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Clegg S. Organization Theory in Business and Management History: Present Status and Future Prospects. Business History Review 2017, 91(3), 457-481.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Suddaby R, O'Gorman K. Political ideology and the discursive construction of the multinational hotel industry. Human Relations 2017, Epub ahead of print.
- Golant B, Sillince J, Harvey C, Maclean M. Rhetoric of stability and change: The organizational identity work of institutional leadership. Human Relations 2015, 68(4), 607-631.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Stringfellow L. Narrative, metaphor and the subjective understanding of historic identity transition. Business History 2017, 59(8), 1218-1241.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Sillince J, Golant B. Living up to the past? Ideological sensemaking in organizational transition. Organization 2014, 21(4), 543-567.
- Rowlinson M, Harvey C, Kelly A, Morris H, Todeva E. Accounting for Research Quality: Research Audits and the Journal Rankings Debate. Critical Perspectives on Accounting 2015, 26, 2-22.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Kling G. Business elites and the field of power in France. In: Morgan, G.; Hirsch, P.; Quack, S, ed. Elites on Trial. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2015, pp.189-219.
- Green EM, Corfield PJ, Harvey C. Elections in Metropolitan London 1700-1850. Bristol, UK: Bristol Academic Press, 2014.
- Maclean M, Harvey C. Elite connectivity and concerted action in French organization. International Journal of Organizational Analysis 2014, 22(4), 449-469.
- Rowlinson M, Harvey C, Kelly A, Morris H. The Use and Abuse of Journal Quality Lists. Organization 2014, 18(4), 443-446.
- Kelly A, Harvey C, Morris H, Rowlinson M. Accounting Journals and the ABS Guide: A Review of Evidence and Inference. Management and Organizational History 2013, 8(4), 415-431.
- Mason C, Harvey C. Entrepreneurship: Contexts, opportunities and processes. Business History 2013, 55(1), 1-8.
- Shaw E, Gordon J, Harvey C, Maclean M. Exploring contemporary entrepreneurial philanthropy. International Small Business Journal 2013, 31(5), 580-599.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Chia R. Reflexive practice and the making of elite business careers. Management Learning 2012, 43(4), 385-404.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Chia R. Sensemaking, storytelling and the legitimization of elite business careers. Human Relations 2012, 65(1), 17-40.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Gordon J. Social Innovation, Social Entrepreneurship and the Practice of Contemporary Entrepreneurial Philanthropy. International Small Business Journal 2012, 31(7), 747-763.
- Harvey C. The Development of the Art Market in England: Money as Muse. Business History Review 2012, 86(3), 605-607.
- Harvey C, Maclean M, Gordon J, Shaw E. Andrew Carnegie and the foundations of contemporary entrepreneurial philanthropy. Business History 2011, 53(3), 425-450.
- Morris H, Harvey C, Kelly A, Rowlinson M. Food for Thought? A Rejoinder on Peer-review and RAE2008 Evidence. Accounting Education: An International Journal 2011, 20(6), 561-673.
- Harvey C, Press J, Maclean M. William Morris, Cultural Leadership, and the Dynamics of Taste. Business History Review 2011, 85(2), 245-271.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Chia R. Dominant Corporate Agents and the Power Elite in France and Britain. Organization Studies 2010, 31(3), 327-348.
- French R, Simpson P, Harvey C. Negative Capability: A Contribution to the Understanding of Creative Leaders. In: Sievers, B, ed. Psychoanalytic Studies of Organizations. London: Karnac, 2010, pp.197-216.
- Harvey C, Maclean M. Transnational Boards and Governance Regimes in Britain and France. In: Djelic, M.-L., Quack, S, ed. Transnational Communities: Shaping Global Economic Governance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010, pp.107-129.
- Morris H, Harvey C, Kelly A. Journal rankings and the ABS Journal Quality Guide. Management Decision 2009, 47(9), 1441-1451.
- Harvey C, Maclean M. Capital theory and the dynamics of elite business networks in Britain and France. The Sociological Review 2008, 56(s1), 103-120.
- Maclean M, Harvey C. The Continuing Diversity of Corporate Governance Regimes: France and Britain Compared. In: Strange, R., Jackson, G, ed. International Business and Corporate Governance: Strategy, Performance and Institutional Change. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, pp.208-25.
- Finkelstein S, Harvey C, Lawton T. Vision by Design: A Reflexive Approach to Enterprise Regeneration. Journal of Business Strategy 2008, 29(2), 4-13.
- Finkelstein S, Harvey C, Lawton T. Breakout Strategy: Meeting the Challenge of Double-Digit Growth. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2007.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Press J. Managerialism and the Post-war Evolution of the French National Business System. Business History 2007, 49(4), 531-551.
- Sillince JAA, Mueller F, Harvey C, Howorth C. Biographical identity, social self and the role of authenticity in organizations. In: Kornberger, M., & Gudergan, S, ed. Only Connect: Neat Words, Networks and Identities. Lund: Liber and Copenhagen Business School Press, 2006, pp.48-69.
- Maclean M, Harvey C, Press J. Business Elites and Corporate Governance in France and the UK. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.
- Sillince JAA, Harvey C, Harindranath H. Conflicting rhetorical positions on trust and commitment: talk-as-action in IT project failure. In: Hodgson,D; Cicmil,S, ed. Making projects critical. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, pp.294-315.
- Mueller F, Sillince J, Harvey C, Howorth C. ‘A Rounded Picture is What We Need: Rhetorical Strategies, Arguments, and the Negotiation of Change in a UK Hospital Trust’. Organization Studies 2004, 25(1), 75-93.
- Mueller F, Harvey C, Howorth C. The Contestation of Archetypes: Negotiating Scripts in a UK Hospital Trust Board. Journal of Management Studies 2003, 40(8), 1971-1995.
- Simpson P, French R, Harvey C. Leadership and Negative Capability. Human Relations 2002, 55(10), 1209-1226.
- Howorth C, Mueller F, Harvey C. The Diffusion of an Organisational Innovation: Adopting Patient Focused Care in an UK NHS Trust. Competition and Change 2002, 6(2), 213-232.
- Harvey C, Hayward T, Maclean M. ‘Good Luck or Fine Judgement? The Growth and Development of the Japanese Electronics Industry, 1945 – 1995’. Asia Pacific Business Review 2001, 8(1), 102-126.
- Sillince J, Harindranath G, Harvey C. Getting Acceptance that Radically New Working Practices are Required: Institutionalization of Arguments about Change in a Healthcare Organization. Human Relations 2001, 54(11), 1421-1454.
- Corfield P, Green E, Harvey C. Westminster Man: Charles James Fox and His Electorate. Parliamentary History 2001, 20(2), 157-185.
- Harvey C, Press J. Management and the Taff Vale Strike of 1900. Business History 2000, 42(2), 63-86.
- Harvey C, Green E, Corfield P. Continuity, change and specialization within metropolitan London: the economy of Westminster, 1750 – 1820. Economic History Review 1999, 52(3), 469-493.
- Harvey C, Denton J. To Come of Age: The Antecedents of Organisational Learning. Journal of Management Studies 1999, 36(7), 897-918.
- Harvey, C. and Press, J. Art, Enterprise and Ethics: The Life and Works of William Morris. London: Frank Cass, 1996.
- Harvey, C. and Press, J. Databases in Historical Research: Theory, Methods and Applications. London: Macmillan, 1996.
- Lewis, M., Fitzgerald, R. and Harvey, C. The Growth of Nations: Culture, Competitiveness and the Problem of Globalisation. Bristol: Bristol Academic Press, 1996.
- Harvey, C. and Press, J. ‘John Ruskin and the Ethical Foundations of Morris & Company’. Journal of Business Ethics, 14 (3), pp. 181-194. ‘John Ruskin and the Ethical Foundations of Morris & Company’. Journal of Business Ethics 1995, 14 (3), pp. 181-194.
- Harvey, C. and Jones, G. Eds, ed. Organisational Capability and Competitive Advantage. London: Frank Cass, 1992.
- Harvey, C. and Press, J. William Morris: Design and Enterprise in Victorian Britain. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1991.
- Harvey, C. and Press, J. ‘The City and International Mining’. Business History 1990, 32 (3), pp. 98-119.
- Harvey, C. and Press, J. ‘Overseas Investment and the Professional Advance of British Metal Mining Engineers, 1851 – 1914’. Economic History Review 1989, 42 (1) pp. 64-86.
- Harvey, C. and Press, J. Eds, ed. Studies in the Business History of Bristol. Bristol: Bristol Academic Press, 1988.
- Harvey, C. and Taylor, P. Mineral Wealth and Economic Development, Foreign Direct Investment in Spain, 1850 – 1913’. Economic History Review 1987, 40 (2), pp. 185-207.
- Harvey, C. and Press, J. ‘William Morris and the Marketing of Art’. Business History 1986, 28 (4), pp. 36-54.
- Harvey, C. The Rio Tinto Company, 1873-1954: An Economic History of a Leading International Mining Concern. Penzance: Alison Hodge, 1981.
- Alford, B. and Harvey, C. ‘Copperbelt Merger: The Formation of the Rhokana Corporation’. Business History Review 1980, pp. 330-358.
- Harvey, C. ‘Business History and the Problem of Entrepreneurship’. Business History 1979, 21 (1), pp. 45-69.
- Harvey, C. ‘Politics and Pyrites during the Spanish Civil War’. Economic History Review 1978, 31 (1), pp. 89-104.
- Price M, Harvey C, Maclean M, Campbell D. From Cadbury to Kay: Discourse, intertextuality and the evolution of UK corporate governance . Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal 2017. In Press.