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Purpose – One obvious and troubling phenomenon in critical organisation studies (OS) is the lack of impact that the new epistemologies had on organisational practice. After about two decades of demonstrating the biases, poor explanatory power and latent dangers of the orthodoxy, a declining...
Purpose – That which is exchanged in financialised trading extends beyond the moment, being elongated in the rights, responsibilities and liabilities it confers and so liable in nature as to throw into question the very attribute of thingness traditionally associated with exchange. The purpose...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore how financial risk is managed and commercial decisions are made within a successful UK livestock market. Design/methodology/approach – An autoethnographic approach is used, in which the researcher is both active participant and reflective...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between friendship and betrayal. Both are perceived to involve dynamics that can have a major impact in organizations, but both have tended to be under researched. Design/methodology/approach – The paper brings together ideas...
Purpose – The author is revisiting the body of his papers on Herman Melville's Moby Dick , which he began writing some 15 years ago. Though these writings have remained an “unwritten book”, Melville's works had a lasting impact on his thinking and writing up to the present. The purpose of...
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