Meryem Duygun Fethi and her co-authors were invited to present their recent paper* on the comparative performance of socially responsible mutual funds and Islamic mutual funds at the Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization (JEBO) Islamic Conference.
Popular and media culture can extend our understanding of work and organizations, so Professor Rhodes and Professor Lilley show in their new book.
Jo Brewis, Professor of Organisation and Consumption, has contributed to an article featured in the October 2012 edition of Grazia magazine.
Leonidas Efthymiou has been awarded the prize of best dissertation by the Critical Management Division of the American Academy of Management.
Mental health workers are more likely to be depressed or anxious when they experience discrimination from their managers than the patients themselves, according to a new study.
The financial crisis in Korea was represented in Korea in Yin and Yang terms, as both a disaster and an opportunity, said Amee Kim at the CRESC 2012 Conference.