Management, Socialism and Democracy
A Dialog with Paul S. Adler on His Recent Book, The 99% Economy: How Democratic Socialism Can Overcome the Crises of Capitalism, Oxford University Press, 2019
The critical corner welcomes transcripts of roundtables, symposiums, interviews, keynotes speeches organized within conferences but also book reviews essays or provocative ideas in the field of critical management studies.
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Adler, P. S. (2007). The future of critical management studies: A paleo-Marxist critique of labour process theory. Organization Studies, 28(9), 1313–1345. doi: 10.1177/0170840607080743
Adler, P. S. (2012). The sociological ambivalence of bureaucracy: From Weber via Gouldner to Marx. Organization Science, 23(1), 244–266. doi: 10.1287/orsc.1100.0615
Adler, P. S. (2015). Book review essay: The environmental crisis and its capitalist roots: Reading Naomi Klein with Karl Polanyi. Administrative Science Quarterly, 60(2), 13–25. doi: 10.1177/0001839215579183
Adler, P. S. & Borys, B. (1996). Two types of bureaucracy: Enabling and coercive. Administrative Science Quarterly, 41(1), 61–89. doi: 10.2307/2393986
Adler, P. S. & Heckscher, C. (2018). Collaboration as an organization design for shared purpose. In P. Hiller, L. Ringel, & C. Zietsma, (Eds.), Research in the Sociology of Organizations (pp. 81–111). Bingley: Emerald. doi: 10.1108/S0733-558X20180000057004
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