I am Professor of History in the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. As an historian I focus on the relationship between business and society. Currently I am interested in the relationships between business, emotions, and the everyday. Often, but not always, I explore those relationships in the contexts of family business and entrepreneurship. I am currently Editor-in-Chief at Enterprise and Society: The International Journal of Business History, published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Business History Conference (BHC), as well as being Secretary-Treasurer of the BHC.
Primary research areas
Emotions and the everyday
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I welcome approaches from students wishing to conduct qualitative research in the fields of history, business history, entrepreneurship and family business, and emotions.
Popp A. (ed.), A Cultural History of Business (Bloomsbury, forthcoming)
Popp, A., Entrepreneurial Families: Business, Marriage, and Life in the Early Nineteenth-Century (Pickering and Chatto, 2012)
Popp, A & R. Holt, “The Presence of Entrepreneurial Opportunity,” Business History (2013), 55 (1): 1-20
Popp, A., “The Broken Cotton Speculator,” History Workshop Journal (2014), 78 (1): 133-156.
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Andrew Popp / Trust in an Industrial District : The Potteries, c. 1850–1900. In: Management and Industry: Case Studies in UK Industrial History. . ed. /John F. Wilson; Nicholas D. Wong; Steven Toms. Abingdon : Routledge 2020, p. 111-144 (Routledge Focus on Industrial History)