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2013

Clarke, Caroline; Kelliher, Clare and Schledlitzki, Doris (2013). Essay: labouring under false pretences? The emotional labour of authentic leadership. In: Ladkin, Donna and Spiller, Chellie eds. Authentic Leadership: Clashes, Convergences and Coalescences. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 75–92.

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

2012

Clarke, Caroline; Knights, David and Jarvis, Carol (2012). A labour of love? Academics in business schools. Scandinavian Journal of Management, 28(1) pp. 5–15.

Kelliher, Clare; Clarke, Caroline; Hope Hailey, Veronica and Farndale, Elaine (2012). Going global, feeling small: an examination of managers' reactions to global restructuring in a multinational organisation. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 23(11) pp. 2163–2179. file

2009

Clarke, Caroline A.; Brown, Andrew D. and Hope Hailey, Veronica (2009). Working identities? Antagonistic discursive resources and managerial identity. Human Relations, 62(3) pp. 323–353.

2008

Balogun, Julia; Clarke, Caroline and Hope Hailey, Veronica (2008). Case Study 2: BCP Aerospace. In: Balogun, Julia and Hope Hailey, Veronica eds. Exploring Strategic Change, 3rd Edition. Harlow, UK: Financial Times / Prentice Hall, pp. 265–281.

2007

Clarke, Caroline; Hope-Hailey, Veronica and Kelliher, Clare (2007). Being real or really being someone else?: change, managers and emotion work. European Management Journal, 25(2) pp. 92–103.

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