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Edited Book

Ball, Kirstie and Snider, Laureen eds. (2013). The Surveillance Industrial Complex: Towards a Political Economy of Surveillance. Abingdon: Routledge.

Journal Article

Anderson, Carl and McMillan, Elizabeth (2003). Of ants and men: self organization in human and insect teams. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 5(2) pp. 29–41.

Ball, Kirstie (2005). Organization, surveillance and the body: towards a politics of resistance. Organization, 12(1) pp. 89–108.

Ball, Kirstie and Wicks, David (2002). Editorial: Power, representation and voice. Gender, Work and Organization, 9(3) pp. 239–243.

Ball, Kirstie and Wilson, David (2000). Power, control and computer-based performance monitoring: repertoires, resistance and subjectivities. Organization Studies, 21(3) pp. 539–565.

Banks, Mark and Milestone, Katie (2011). Individualization, gender and cultural work. Gender, Work and Organization, 18(1) pp. 73–89. file

Barnes, D.; Halloway, R.; Hinton, M. and Mieczkowska, S. (2005). Enhancing customer service operations in e-business: the emotional dimension. Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations, 3(2) pp. 17–32.

Borda-Rodriguez, Alexander and Vicari, Sara (2014). Rural co-operative resilience: the case of Malawi. Journal of Co-operative Organization and Management, 2(1) pp. 43–52. file

Buchanan, David; Caldwell,, Raymond; Meyer, Julienne; Storey, John and Wainwright, Charles (2007). 'Leadership transmission': a muddled metaphor? Journal of Health Organization and Management, 21(3) pp. 246–258. file

Buchanan, David A. and Storey, John (2010). Don't stop the clock: the manipulation of hospital waiting lists. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 24(4) pp. 343–360. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Carlisle, Ysanne and Manning, David J. (1996). The domain of professional business ethics. Organization, 3(3) pp. 341–360.

Carlisle, Ysanne and Manning, David J. (1994). The concept of ideology and work motivation. Organization Studies, 15(5) pp. 683–703.

Carlisle, Ysanne and McMillan, Elizabeth (2006). Guest editors introduction to special issue 'Complexity and Innovation'. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 8(1) vi-ix.

Carlisle, Ysanne and Baden-Fuller, Charles (2004). Re-applying beliefs: an analysis of change in the oil industry. Organization Studies, 25(6) pp. 987–1019. file

Carlisle, Ysanne and McMillan, Elizabeth (2006). Innovation in organizations from a complex adaptive systems perspective. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 8(1) pp. 2–9. file

Carmin, JoAnn and Jehlicka, Petr (2005). By the masses or for the masses?: the transformation of voluntary action in the Czech Union for Nature Protection. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary Nonprofit Organizations, 16(4) pp. 397–416. file

Collinson,, Simon and Wilson, David C. (2006). Inertia in Japanese organizations: knowledge management routines and failure to innovate. Organization Studies, 27(9) pp. 1359–1387.

Cornelius, Nelarine; Gleadle, Pauline and Pezet, Eric (2008). Afterword: segmentation, reorientation and new exclusions. Organization, 15(3) pp. 463–465.

Cornforth, Chris and Mordaunt, Jill (2011). Organisational Capacity Building: Understanding the Dilemmas for Foundations of Intervening in Small- and Medium-Size Charities. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary Nonprofit Organizations, 22(3) pp. 428–449. file

Di Domenico, MariaLaura (2008). ‘I’m not just a housewife’: Gendered roles and identities in the home-based hospitality enterprise. Gender, Work and Organization, 15(4) pp. 313–332.

Di Domenico, MariaLaura; Tracey, Paul and Haugh, Helen (2009). The dialectic of social exchange: theorizing corporate-social enterprise collaboration. Organization Studies, 30(8) pp. 887–907.

Di Domenico , MariaLaura and Ball, Kirstie (2011). A hotel inspector calls: exploring surveillance at the home-work interface. Organization, 18(5) pp. 615–636.

Du Gay, Paul (2003). The Tyranny of the epochal: change, epochalism and organizational reform. Organization, 10(4) pp. 663–684.

Edmonds, Bruce; Norling, Emma and Hales, David (2009). Towards the evolution of social structure. Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory (CMOT) , 15(2) pp. 78–94.

Geroski, P.A. and Mazzucato, M. (2001). Modelling the dynamics of industry populations. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 19(7) pp. 1003–1022. file

Gleadle, Pauline; Cornelius, Nelarine and Pezet, Eric (2008). Enterprising selves: How governmentality meets agency. Organization, 15(3) pp. 307–313.

Harrison, Yvonne; Murray, Vic and Cornforth, Chris (2012). Perceptions of board chair leadership effectiveness in nonprofit and voluntary sector organizations. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary Nonprofit Organizations, 24(3) 688-712. file

Hartley, Jean (2002). Leading communities: capabilities and cultures. Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 23(8) pp. 419–429. file

Karakas, Fahri (2009). New paradigms in organizational development in the 21st century: positivity, spirituality, and complexity. Organization Development Journal, 27(1) pp. 11–26. file

Karakas, Fahri and Kavas, Mustafa (2008). Creative brainstorming and integrative thinking: skills for twenty-first century managers. Development and Learning in Organizations, 22(2) pp. 8–12. file

Kerr, Ron (2008). Transferring new public management to the periphery: UK international development organizations applying project technology to China. International Studies of Management and Organization, 38(4) pp. 58–77.

Kerr, Ron and Robinson, Sarah (2009). The hysteresis effect as creative adaptation of the habitus: Dissent and transition to the ‘corporate’ in post-Soviet Ukraine. Organization, 16(6) pp. 829–853.

Knights, David and Clarke, Caroline (2013). ‘It’s a bittersweet symphony, this life: fragile academic selves and insecure identities at work’. Organization Studies (In press). file

Knights, David and Scarbrough , Harry (2010). In search of relevance: perspectives on the contribution of academic—practitioner networks. Organization Studies, 31(09-10) pp. 1287–1309.

Knights, David and Tullberg, Maria (2012). Managing masculinity /mMismanaging the corporation. Organization, 19(4) pp. 385–404.

Law, John and Singleton, Vicky (2005). Object lessons. Organization, 12(3) pp. 331–355.

Lucas, Mike (2014). ‘Nomadic’ organization and the experience of journeying: through liminal spaces and organizing places. Culture and Organization (Early Access).

Malerba, F.; Nelson, R.; Orsenigo, L. and Winter, S. (2001). Firm Capabilities, Competition and Industrial Policies in a History-Friendly Model of the Computer Industry. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 19(5) pp. 635–664. filefile

Malerba, Franco; Nelson, Richard; Orsenigo, Luigi and Winter, Sidney (2008). Public policies and changing boundaries of firms in a “history-friendly” model of the co-evolution of the computer and semiconductor industries. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 67(2) pp. 355–380. file

Mazzucato, Mariana (2002). Book review: Giovanni Dosi, Innovation, organization and economic dynamics: selected essays. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 47(3) pp. 335–341.

Paton, Rob and Foot, Jane (2000). Non-profit's use of awards to improve and demonstrate performance: valuable discipline or burdensome formalities? Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary Nonprofit Organizations, 11(4) pp. 329–353.

Peake, Stephen (2005). Epistemologies of Climate Change: Science, Stories and Scepticism. Organization and Environment, 18(4) pp. 495–499.

Peake, Stephen (2010). Policymaking as design in complex systems - the international climate change regime. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 12(2) pp. 15–22. file

Ramsey, Caroline (2008). Managing to Learn: the Social Poetics of a Polyphonic 'Classroom'. Organization Studies, 29(4) pp. 543–558.

Ramsey, Caroline (2011). Poetry and the creation of relational space: conversations for inquiry and learning. Tamara Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry, 9(1-2) pp. 15–26. file

Rossi, Giovanni; Arteconi, Stefano and Hales, David (2009). Evolving networks for social optima in the “weakest link game”. Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory (CMOT) , 15(2) pp. 95–108.

Salaman, Graeme and Storey, John (2008). Understanding Enterprise. Organization, 15(3) pp. 315–323.

Salaman, John and Storey, John (2008). Reply to Fenwick. Organization, 15(3) pp. 333–334.

Savory, Clive and Fortune, Joyce (2014). From translational research to open technology innovation systems. Journal of Health Organization and Management (In Press).

Schlindwein, Sandro Luis and Ison, Ray (2004). Human knowing and perceived complexity: implications for systems practice. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 6(3) pp. 27–32. file

Storey, John (2011). Steering whilst rowing: governing and managing health services from the centre. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 25(6) pp. 625–644.

Storey, John (2013). Factors affecting the adoption of quality assurance technologies in healthcare. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 27(4) pp. 498–519. file

Storey, John; Basterretxea, Imanol and Salaman, John (2014). Managing and resisting ‘degeneration’ in employee-owned businesses: a comparative study of two large retailers in Spain and the UK. Organization (In press).

Storey, John and Buchanan, David (2008). Healthcare governance and organizational barriers to learning from mistakes. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 22(6) pp. 642–651. file

Storey, John and Holti, Richard (2009). Sense-making by clinical and non-clinical executive directors within new governance arrangements. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 23(2) pp. 149–169. file

Sullivan-Taylor, Bridgette and Wilson, David (2009). Managing the threat of terrorism in British travel and leisure organizations. Organization Studies, 30(2/3) pp. 251–276.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2007). 'Allowed into a Man's World' Meanings of Work–Life Balance: Perspectives of Women Civil Engineers as ‘Minority’ Workers in Construction. Gender, Work and Organization, 16(1) pp. 37–57.

Willman, Paul; Fenton-O'Creevy, Mark; Soane, Emma and Nicholson, Nigel (2002). Traders, managers and loss aversion in investment banking: a field study. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 27(1/2) pp. 85–98.

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