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Advances in Organization Studies

Advances in Organization Studies: Ambitious and cutting edge theoretical and empirical works of high quality that contributes to the field of organizational studies. Discover the new trends and perspectives, thought-provoking ideas and neglected topics from researches within a wide range of disciplines and geographical locations.

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The Social Construction of Organization D. M. Hosking og S. McNamee:
The Social Construction of Organization
24/4 2006

This volume brings together voices of social construction that connect most strongly with post-modern and post-structuralist themes, reflect 'new psychology' and centre processes as they make people and worlds.
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Soft Constraint. Liberal Organizations and Domination David Courpasson:
Soft Constraint. Liberal Organizations and Domination
15/2 2006

The book grapples with the eternal and controversial issue of power distribution and political regimes of organizations in turbulent times.
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Space, Organiztions and Management Theory S. Clegg, M. Kornberger:
Space, Organiztions and Management Theory
15/2 2006

In this book the relation between architecture, management and organization theory, a relation much under-explored and long overdue for reconsideration, is explored.
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Niklas Luhmann and Organization Studies David Seidl, Kai Helge Becker:
Niklas Luhmann and Organization Studies
18/1 2006

This volume intends to provide access to the concepts of Luhmann's theory and to present an overview of those parts of his work relevant for organizational studies.
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Global Ideas. How Ideas, Objects and Practices Travel in the Global Economy B. Czarniawska, G. Sevon:
Global Ideas. How Ideas, Objects and Practices Travel in the Global Economy
1/11 2005

Global ideas is an attempt to explain how it is possible that, although the same idea travels around the globe at a high speed, local realities are still very different.
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AiOS Editors

Stewart Clegg: stewart.clegg@uts.edu.au

Ralph E. Stablein: r.stablein@massey.ac.nz

Stewart Clegg is professor of Management at the University of Technology, Sydney. He has published numerous articles and authored as well as edited many books, including "Frameworks of Power" (1989), "Modern Organizations" (1990), "Handbook of Organization Studies" (1996, with Cynthia Hardy and Walter Nord) and "Debating Organizations" (2003, with Robert Westwood).

Ralph E. Stablein is professor in the Management Department of the Massey University College of Business, New Zealand. His publications include contributions on epistemology, two edited volumes with Peter Frost entitled "Doing Exemplary Research" (1992), "Renewing Research Practice" (2004) and the chapter on data in the "Handbook of Organization Studies" (1996).

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