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This paper examines the collapse of Barings Bank, utilizing an extended analytical framework based on Callon's sociology of translation. It shows how Leeson linked himself inextricably with Barings’ executives need for profit, mobilizing them (and others) into defending him when his activities...
This paper contributes to discussion on the forms of adaptive learning by exploring how chemistry professionals interact with and in different physical settings—laboratory, pilot plant, and industrial production plant—while developing new chemical technology. More particularly, the study...
This paper is not particularly about trade in goods, nor specifically about trade in the different forms of money that allow us to purchase those goods. Rather, it examines trade in those derivatives of goods and money that attract and enable the activities of three types of traders: hedgers,...
This paper deals with the challenging task of permanently organizing projects that include a broad range of actors: enterprises, social movement organizations and state actors. It focuses on a special type of standardization activity, namely eco-labelling, and is based on case studies of two...
Modern management theory often forgets more than it remembers. ‘What's new?’ is the refrain. Yet, we suggest, there is much that we should already know from which we might appropriately learn, ‘Lest we forget’. The current paper takes its departure from two points of remembrance that bear...
Here are some stories about writing critically. We have written them to beguile you and make you laugh. But we also want to provoke you to think about how and why you write. Interspersed are short, unashamedly idiosyncratic statements about what we think is wrong with much of the writing that...
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