Kenneth J. Lipartito, Ph.D.

Kenneth J. Lipartito, Ph.D., is President and a Principal of the Business History Group and Professor of History at Florida International University. Dr. Lipartito is a historian of the United States with expertise on business history, corporate social responsibility, corporate law, history of innovation, and public history. He is Past President of the Business History Conference (2012-2013), former editor of Enterprise and Society: The International Journal of Business History, and has twice been a fellow at Harvard Business School. Dr. Lipartito has served as a consultant on historical projects for a number of law firms and corporations (Baker & Botts, Nilan Johnson Lewis, Jones Day, AT&T, Glidden). Dr. Lipartito holds a B.A. in history and economics from the University of Delaware and an M.A. and Ph.D. in history from Johns Hopkins University.

Among his books are:
Corporate Responsibility: The American Experience ( 2012)
A History of the Kennedy Space Center (2007)
Baker & Botts in the Development of Modern Houston (1991)

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