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- Alternative Economic Organization
- CSR and Critics
- Organizing Utopia and the Future
- Sustainable Development
- Social Movements and Social Change
- The Future of Work
- Values and Logics of Alternative Organizing
Alternative Economic Organization
Adler, P. S. (2016). Alternative economic futures: A research agenda for progressive management scholarship. Academy of Management Perspectives, 30(2), 123-128.
Adler, P. S. (2015). Community and innovation: from Tönnies to Marx. Organization Studies, 36(4), 445-471.
Cruddas, J., & Pitts, H. (2020). The politics of postcapitalism. Labour and our digital futures. The Political Quarterly, 91(2), 275-286.
Cruz, L. B., Alves, M. A., & Delbridge, R. (2017). Next steps in organizing alternatives to capitalism: toward a relational research agenda. M@ n@ gement, 20(4), 322-335.
Mair, S., Druckman, A., & Jackson, T. (2020). A tale of two utopias: Work in a post-growth world. Ecological Economics, 173, 106653.
Streeck, W. (2014). How will capitalism end? New Left Review, (87), 35-64.
Zanoni, P. Post-capitalistic politics in the making: The imaginary and praxis of alternative economies. Organisation. 2017, vol. 24 (5).
CSR and Critics
Crane, A., Palazzo, G., Spence, L. J., & Matten, D. (2014). Contesting the value of “creating shared value”. California Management Review, 56(2), 130-153.
Kaplan, S. (2020). Beyond the business case for social responsibility. Academy of Management Discoveries, 6(1), 1-4.
Schneider, A. (2019). Bound to fail? Exploring the systemic pathologies of CSR and their implications for CSR research. Business & Society, in print.
Organizing Utopia and the Future
Augustine, G., Soderstrom, S., Milner, D., & Weber, K. (2019). Constructing a distant future: Imaginaries in geoengineering. Academy of Management Journal, 62(6), 1930-1960.
Foucault, M. (2008). Of other spaces (1967). Reprinted e.g. in Heterotopia and the City (pp. 25-42). Routledge.
Hjorth, D. (2013). Absolutely fabulous! Fabulation and organisation-creation in processes of becoming-entrepreneur. Society and Business Review, 8(3), 205-224.
Mumby, D. K., Thomas, R., Martí, I., & Seidl, D. (2017). Resistance redux. Organization Studies, 38(9), 1157-1183.
Wenzel, M., Krämer, H., Koch, J., & Reckwitz, A. (2020). Future and Organization Studies: On the rediscovery of a problematic temporal category in organizations. Organization Studies, in print.
Zietsma, C. (2020). Why Business Should Imagine Utopia. Network for Business Sustainability newsletter. https://www.nbs.net/articles/why-business-should-imagine-utopia
Sustainable Development and Grand Challenges
Ferraro, F., Etzion, D., & Gehman, J. (2015). Tackling grand challenges pragmatically: Robust action revisited. Organization Studies, 36(3), 363-390.
Sachs, J. D., Schmidt-Traub, G., Mazzucato, M., Messner, D., Nakicenovic, N., & Rockström, J. (2019). Six transformations to achieve the sustainable development goals. Nature Sustainability, 2(9), 805-814.
Social Change and Social Movements
Barberá-Tomás, D., Castelló, I., De Bakker, F. G., & Zietsma, C. (2019). Energizing through visuals: How social entrepreneurs use emotion-symbolic work for social change. Academy of Management Journal, 62(6), 1789-1817.
Reinecke, J., & Ansari, S. (2016). Taming wicked problems: The role of framing in the construction of corporate social responsibility. Journal of Management Studies, 53(3), 299-329.
The Future of Work
Fleming, P. (2019). Robots and organization studies: Why robots might not want to steal your job. Organization Studies, 40(1), 23-38.
Values and Logics of Alternative Organizing
Yan, S., Ferraro, F., & Almandoz, J. (2019). The rise of socially responsible investment funds: The paradoxical role of the financial logic. Administrative Science Quarterly, 64(2), 466-501.