Dr Sam Dallyn

Lecturer in Management and OrganisationSam Dallyn

Contact details

  • Tel: +44 (0)116 252 2846
  • Email: sd461@le.ac.uk
  • Office: Room 0.34, Teaching Centre, Brookfield
  • Office hours: Wednesday 2.30 pm - 3.30 pm; Thursday 11.30 am - 12.30 pm

Personal details

I am a Lecturer in Management and Organisation at the School of Business, I joined the University of Leicester in 2018. Previously, I worked as a Lecturer in Management and Organisations at Manchester University (2014-2018) and prior to that I was a Lecturer in Management at the University of Swansea (2010-2013).


  • MSc Corporate Governance (MN7036)
  • MSc International Business (MN7406)


Political economy; cryptocurrencies; civil society; the politics of organisations.


Dallyn, S. (2017) ‘Cryptocurrencies as market singularities: The strange case of Bitcoin’, Journal of Cultural Economy (published ‘online first’).

Dallyn, S. (2017) ‘An examination of the political salience of corporate tax avoidance: A case study of the Tax Justice Network’, Accounting Forum 41(4): 336-352.

Dallyn, S., Marinetto, M. and Cederström, C (2015) ‘The academic as public intellectual: Examining public engagement in the professionalised academy’, Sociology 49(6): 1031-1046.

Dallyn, S., (2014) ‘Naming the ideological reflexively: Contesting organizational norms and practices’, Organization 21(2): 244-265.

Dallyn, S. (2011) ‘Innovation and financialisation: Unpicking a close association’, Ephemera 11(3): 289-307.

Dallyn, S. and Bloom, P. (2011) ‘The paradox of order: Reimagining ideological domination’, Journal of Political Ideologies 16(1): 53-78.


Dallyn, S. ’How can Bitcoin bridge the gap to our everyday lives?’, The Conversation 22 September 2014.

Dallyn, S. ’Bitcoin’s strength lies in its libertarian status’, The Conversation 28 March 2014.

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