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Knights, David and Clarke, Caroline (2019). Gendered practices in veterinary organisations. Veterinary Record, 185(13), article no. 407. file


Clarke, Caroline A. and Knights, David (2018). Practice makes perfect? Skillful performances in veterinary work. Human Relations, 71(10) pp. 1395–1421. file

Ciulla, Joanne B.; Knights, David; Mabey, Chris and Tomkins, Leah (2018). Guest Editors’ Introduction: Philosophical Contributions to Leadership Ethics. Business Ethics Quarterly, 28(1) pp. 1–14. file


Knights, David and Clarke, Caroline (2017). Pushing the Boundaries of Amnesia and Myopia: A Critical Review of the Literature on Identity in Management and Organization Studies. International Journal of Management Reviews, 19(3) pp. 337–356. file


Clarke, Caroline A. and Knights, David (2015). Careering through academia: securing identities or engaging ethical subjectivities? Human Relations, 68(12) pp. 1865–1888.

Clarke, Caroline and Knights, David (2015). Negotiating identities: fluidity, diversity and researcher emotion. In: Clarke, Caroline; Broussine, Michael and Watts, Linda eds. Researching with Feeling: The Emotional Aspects of Social and Organisational Research. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 35–50.


Knights, David and Clarke, Caroline (2014). ‘It’s a bittersweet symphony, this life: fragile academic selves and insecure identities at work’. Organization Studies, 35(3) pp. 335–357. file

Berg, Elisabeth; Clarke, Caroline and Knights, David (2014). Biting the hand that feeds: reflections on power, politics, identity and managerialism at work in academia. Journal of Workplace Rights, 17(3/4) pp. 383–388.


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


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.


Alferoff, Catrina and Knights, David (2009). Making and mending your nets: managing relevance, participation and uncertainty in academic–practitioner knowledge networks. British Journal of Management, 20(1) pp. 125–142.


Knights, David (2008). Myopic rhetorics: reflecting epistemologically and ethically on the demand for relevance in organizational and management research. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 7(4) pp. 537–552.

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