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The Routledge Companion to Critical Management Studies

Edited by: Anshuman Prasad , Pushkala Prasad , Albert J. Mills , Jean Helms Mills

Print publication date:  September  2015
Online publication date:  August  2015

Print ISBN: 9780415501880
eBook ISBN: 9781315889818
Adobe ISBN: 9781134511235

10.4324/9781315889818
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The scholarly field of Critical Management Studies (CMS) is in a state of flux. Against a backdrop of dramatic global shifts, CMS scholarship has lately taken a number of new and exciting directions and, at times, challenged older critical voices. Novel theoretical frameworks and diverse research interests mark the CMS field as never before. Interrogating conventional critiques of management and arguing for fresh approaches, The Routledge Companion to Critical Management Studies captures this intellectual ferment and new spirit of inquiry within CMS, and showcases the pluralistic generation of CMS scholars that has emerged in recent years.

Setting the scene for a crucial period for the discipline, this insightful volume covers new ground and essential areas grouped under the following themes:

  • Critique and its (dis-)contents
  • Difference, otherness, marginality
  • Knowledge at the crossroads
  • History and discourse
  • Global predicaments.

Drawing on the expertise of an international team of contributing scholars, The Routledge Companion to Critical Management Studies is a rich resource and the perfect reference tool for students and researchers of management and organization.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Debating knowledge Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Critical management scholarship Download PDF
Chapter  3:  An ethic of care within Critical Management Studies? Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Critical performativity Download PDF
Chapter  5:  A rebel without a cause? (Re)claiming the question of the ‘political’ in Critical Management Studies Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Fringe benefits? Revisi(ti)ng the relationship between feminism and Critical Management Studies Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Humility and the challenge to decolonize the “critical” in Critical Management Studies Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Sexualities and/in ‘Critical’ Management Studies Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Power failure Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Toward decolonizing modern Western structures of knowledge Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Debating Critical Management Studies and global management knowledge Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Rethinking market-ing orientation Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Social movements and organizations through a Critical Management Studies lens Download PDF
Chapter  14:  The usual suspects? Putting plagiarism 2.0 in its place  Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Teaching management critically Download PDF
Chapter  16:  History of-in-and Critical Management Studies Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Let them eat ethics Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Towards a genealogy of humanitarianism Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Deconstructive criticism and Critical Management Studies Download PDF
Chapter  20:  The ‘iron’ in the iron cage Download PDF
Chapter  21:  “We’re not talking to people, we’re talking to a nation” Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Microfinance Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Exceptional opportunities Download PDF
Chapter  24:  American soft imperialism and management education in Brazil Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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