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Oluyadi, Lydia and Dai, Wenjin (2022). Aesthetic labour and diversity on the shopfloor: The experiences of women workers in fashion retail. Equality, diversity and inclusion: An international journal, 42(6) pp. 709–722.

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Dai, Wenjin (2018). A Daoist epistemology for understanding an alternative origin of organizing. In: Peltonen, Tuomo; Gaggiotti, Hugo and Case, Peter eds. Origins of Organizing. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 114–128.

Dai, Wenjin and Hennig, Alicia (2018). The Aesthetics of Virtue: Exploring Chinese Thinking through Traditional Chinese Paintings. In: Philosophy of Management Conference, 27 Jun 2018, University of Greenwich.

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Dai, Wenjin (2017). Understanding leadership from HuangLao Daoism: the action of non-action way of leading. In: 33rd EGOS Colloquium, Jul 2017, Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Dai, Wenjin and Tymon, Alex (2016). Leadership and Leader Development. In: Rees, Gary and French, Ray eds. Leading, managing and developing people. London: CIPD - Kogan Page, pp. 77–99.

Dai, Wenjin (2016). When the East meet the West: the eclipse or convergence in organization theory. In: 32nd EGOS Colloquium, 7 Jul 2016, Naples, Italy.

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Dai, Wenjin (2015). Translating corporate sustainability: the inclusive but empty vessel. In: 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Aug 2015, Vancouver, Canada.

Dai, Wenjin; Gosling, Jonathon and Pye, Annie (2015). A story about translating: home and indigenous research. In: SCOS 2015: 33rd Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism, Jul 2015, Nottingham Trent University.

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Dai, Wenjin; Gilani, Parisa; Rook, Caroline and Oyon, Eva (2012). Responding to Complex Global Challenges: A simple matter of education? Business Leadership Review, 9(1)


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