Dr Sam Dallyn

Lecturer in Management and OrganisationSam Dallyn

Contact details

  • Tel: +44 (0)116 252 2846
  • Email: sd461@le.ac.uk
  • Office: Room 0.36, Teaching Centre, Brookfield
  • Office hours: Please email

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)
  • BA Management Project (MN3201)
  • BA Corporate Social Responsibility (MN2116)

Administrative responsibilities

Community on Campus Coordinator


Political economy; cryptocurrencies and blockchains; permaculture and sustainability; civil society; the politics of organisations.


I welcome PhD applications in areas related to current and/or previous research.


Dallyn, S. and Frenzel, F. (2020) ‘The challenge of building a scalable postcapitalist commons: The limits of FairCoin as a commons-based cryptocurrency’, Antipode (published online first).

Dallyn, S. and Marinetto, M. (2020) ‘From resistance and control to normative orders: The Wire’s Cedric Daniels as an ethical bureaucrat’, Human Relations (published online first).

Dallyn, S. (2017) ‘Cryptocurrencies as market singularities: The strange case of Bitcoin’, Journal of Cultural Economy 10(5): 462-473.

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.

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


Dallyn, S. ‘FairCoin: A radical cryptocurrency alternative?’, Red Pepper 19 October 2018.

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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