Dr Sigmund Wagner-Tsukamoto

Sigmund Wagner TsukamotoAssociate Professor

Contact details

  • Tel: +44 (0)116 252 5327
  • Email: saw14@le.ac.uk
  • Office: Room 521, Level 5, Ken Edwards Building
  • Office hours: Monday 12.00 noon - 2.00 pm (except bank holidays and subject to change)

Personal details

I joined the former School of Management at the University of Leicester in 1997. Prior to this appointment I taught organisation studies, business ethics, marketing courses, and statistics theory at the University of Oxford, Canterbury Christ Church University, and the Deutsche Private Finanzakademie, Munich.

I received a PhD (D.Phil.) in social studies/green consumer studies from the University of Oxford (1996), and a PhD (Dr. rer. pol) in economics, ethics and organisation theory from the Catholic University of Eichstätt at Ingolstadt (2001/2003). I studied management studies and economics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich (Dipl.-Kfm), the University of Birmingham, the University of Oxford, and the Catholic University of Eichstätt/Ingolstadt. More recently, my teaching has included courses on business ethics, and research methodology. I am a senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA).

I have been working closely with Japanese institutions: I obtained research fellowships from The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) in conjunction with the Kanazawa Institute of Technology (KIT) (2013; appointed as research fellow at the Kanazawa Institute of Technology 01 April 2013 – 31 March 2014), and from The Japan Foundation in conjunction with the Business Ethics Research Center (BERC), Tokyo (2005). Currently I am appointed Visiting Professor at the Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan. As an undergraduate I held a student scholarship at the Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung, Germany (1989–1991). In 2016, I obtained two grants from the Teaching Development Fund (TDF) of the College of Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities of the University of Leicester for setting up and developing a peer-assisted learning (PAL) scheme, followed by a third grant from the TDF (January 2017) for setting up an accreditation scheme with the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) for our PAL scheme (this grant jointly held with Dr Matt Allen).

Teaching

  • Business Ethics
  • Dissertation Supervision
  • Personal Tutoring
  • Research Supervision

Administrative responsibilities

  • Senior Tutor - Postgraduate and Distance Learning Programmes

Research

My research is interdisciplinary, drawing on institutional and constitutional economics for discussing questions of organisation, management, philosophy, ethics, religion, and the history of political and organisational economic thought. In a normative ethical perspective, my research connects to the understanding that economics is grounded in a mutual gains programme and ideals such as the ‘wealth of nations’; aiming to steer, conventionally seen, ethical outcomes of social interactions through systemic intervention with incentive structures.

In this way I trace ‘economics as ethics’ in my research on management and ethics concepts, religious texts, philosophical texts, texts of organisation theory, business ethics theory and corporate social responsibility (CSR) theory. By doing so, I can challenge basic assumptions about the nature of such texts; its key motivations and significance; and how they reflect on modernity and modern ethics (i.e. the Scottish Enlightenment and its vision of economics as ethics). Here, I point towards the emergence, however basic, of modernity even in ancient text. From this vantage point, moral claims are aligned with (institutional and constitutional) economic intervention strategies.

My research covers a range of sources such as management and organisation concepts, philosophical writings like the ones of Hobbes and Smith, to ethical and religious texts, such as the Bible. Some of my earlier research includes the anthropological and cognitive study of green, environmentally-friendly consumer behaviour.

Supervision

I work with PhD students in the following areas:

  • Business ethics, CSR and economics
  • Management studies and religion/theology
  • Economics and religion; and constitutional and institutional economic research on the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament
  • Organisational economic theory
  • History of political economic and organisational economic thought
  • Institutional and constitutional economics and philosophy/ethics
  • Economic methodology/philosophy of science
  • ‘Green’, environmentally-friendly consumer behaviour (especially ‘green’ cognitive consumer anthropology)

Publications

Copies of my journal articles and working papers can be accessed through the Leicester Research Archive (LRA). If you have problems in accessing the LRA, please email me and - assuming you need a paper for academic research purposes only - then, in most cases, I can send you an electronic copy of a paper by email.

Full list of publications

Books (research monographs)

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (forthcoming), On the Economic Origin of State and Religion, London and New York: Macmillan (Palgrave Macmillan).

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2014), The Economics of Paradise. On the Onset of Modernity in Antiquity, Basingstoke, UK and New York: Macmillan (Palgrave Macmillan). ISBN 9781137287694.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2009), Is God an Economist? An Institutional Economic Reconstruction of the Old Testament, Basingstoke, UK and New York: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230222229.

Wagner, S. A. (2007), Understanding Green Consumer Behaviour. A Qualitative Cognitive Approach, Kindle edition, London: Routledge. ASIN B000PMG48A.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2003), Human Nature and Organization Theory. On the Economic Approach to Institutional Organization, Cheltenham, UK and New York et al.: Edward Elgar. ISBN 978-1-84064-714-0.

Wagner, S. A. (2003), Understanding Green Consumer Behaviour. A Qualitative Cognitive Approach, second edition/paperback, London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0415316194.

Wagner, S. A. (1998), Environmental Communication: A Practitioners’ Guide, Haslemere/UK: Epsilon Press.

Wagner, S. A. (1997), Understanding Green Consumer Behaviour. A Qualitative Cognitive Approach, first edition/hardback, London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0415157322

Book chapters

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2018), ‘Scientific Management’, in G. Ritzer and C. Rojek (eds.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. John Wiley & Sons, Bognor Regis. Online publication 13 December 2018. DOI 10.1002/9781405165518.wbeos1198

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (forthcoming), ‘Eschatology in Economic Perspective: Beyond Doom’, in S. Schwarzkopf (ed.), Routledge Companion to Economic Theology, London: Routledge.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2016), ‘Old Testament Economics and Order Ethics: Constitutional Economic and Institutional Economic Roots of the Old Testament’, in C. Lütge and N. Mukerji (eds.), Order Ethics: An Ethical Framework for the Social Market Economy, Berlin: Springer, 109-124

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2016), ‘Contrasting the Behavioural Business Ethics Approach and the Institutional Economic Approach to Business Ethics: Insights from the Study of Quaker Employers’, in C. Lütge and N. Mukerji (eds.), Order Ethics: An Ethical Framework for the Social Market Economy, Berlin: Springer, 195-217

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2013), ‘Economic Humanism and Western Management: Theory and Practice’, in: S. Shiban and W. Amann (eds.), World Humanism: Cross-cultural Perspectives on Ethical Practices in Organizations, Basingstoke, UK and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 15-29.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2013), 'Scientific Management', in E. Kessler (ed.), Encyclopedia of Management Theory, London: Sage, 677-682.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2007), ‘Ethical Views of Japanese Managers: Insights from the Rationality of Ends/Market Orientation-Grid’, in: L.A. Parrish (ed.), Business Ethics in Focus, Hauppauge / NY: Nova Science Publishers, 113-134.

Peer-reviewed articles

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2018), ‘In Search of Ethics: From Carroll to Integrative CSR Economics’, Social Responsibility Journal, online publication 04 December 2018.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2017[2019]), ‘The Cities of Genesis: Religion, Economics, and the Rise of Modernity’, Textual Cultures 11(1-2): 206-245. DOI: 10.14434/textual.v11i1-2.23417

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2018), For Humanistic Management and Against Economics, Business and Society Review 123: 3, 458-487.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2018), Rational Religion: Economic Patterns in Old Testament Thought, Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 32: 1, 130-154.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2018), Economics, Management Ethics, and Business History: Adam Smith – Then and Now, Interdisciplinary Journal of Economics and Business Law 7: 1, 120-154.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2015), ‘The Genesis of Economic Cooperation in the Stories of Joseph: A Constitutional and Institutional Economic Reconstruction’, Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 29, 1: 33-54.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2015), ‘Ethical Principles of Old Testament Economics: Implications for the Teaching of Business Ethics’, Journal of Religion and Business Ethics. 3 (1), Article 16.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2013), ‘The Adam Smith Problem Revisited: A Methodological Resolution’, Journal des Economistes et des Etudes Humaines 19, 1: 63-99, DOI 10.1515/jeeh-2012-0013.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2013), ‘State Formation in the Hebrew Bible: An Institutional Economic Perspective’, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 37, 4: 391-422. DOI .10.1177/0309089213483980.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2013), ‘Homo Economicus and the Stories of Jacob: On the Methodological Relevance of Rational Choice Theory for Studying the Hebrew Bible,’ Method and Theory in the Study of Religion 25, 1: 78-100. DOI 10.1163/15700682-12341250.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2012), ‘After the Theft: Natural Distribution States and Prisoner’s Dilemmas in the Paradise Story’, Old Testament Essays 25, 3: 705-736. Access through www.sabinet.co.za

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2012), ‘The Tree of Life –Banned or Not Banned? A Rational Choice Interpretation’, Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 26, 1: 102-122. DOI 10.1080/09018328.2012.704211.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2012), ‘Questioning the Weber Thesis: Capitalist Ethics and the Hebrew Bible’, Sociology Mind 2, 1: 1-11. DOI 10.4236/sm.2012.21001.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2010), ‘Out of a Slave Contract: The Analysis of Pre-Hobbesian Anarchists in the Old Testament’, Constitutional Political Economy 21, 3: 288-307. DOI 10.1007/s10602-009-9084-6.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2009), ‘The Paradise Story: A Constitutional Economic Reconstruction’, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 34, 2: 147-170. DOI 10.1177/0309089209356416.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2009), ‘Consumer Ethics in Japan: An Economic Reconstruction of Moral Agency of Japanese Firms – Qualitative Insights from Grocery/Retail Markets,’ Journal of Business Ethics 84, 1: 29-44. DOI 10.1007/s10551-008-9671-x.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2008), ‘Scientific Management Revisited: Did Taylorism Fail Because of a Too Positive Image of Human Nature?’, Journal of Management History 14, 4: 348-372. DOI 10.1108/17511340810893108.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2008), ‘On the Economics of the Exodus: An Institutional Economic Reconstruction of Biblical Cooperation Failures’, Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament 22, 1: 114-134. DOI 10.1080/09018320802185150.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2008), ‘Contrasting the Behavioural Business Ethics Approach and the Institutional Economic Approach to Business Ethics: Insights from the Study of Quaker Employers,’ Journal of Business Ethics 82, 4: 835-850. DOI 10.1007/s10551-007-9596-9.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2008), ‘The Rationality of Ends/Market Structure-Grid: Positioning and Contrasting Different Approaches to Business Ethics,’ Business Ethics. A European Review 17, 3: 326-346. DOI 10.1111/j.1467-8608.2008.00538.x.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2007), ‘Economics and Business Ethics,’ Society and Ethics. Annual Review 21, 1-16.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2007), ‘An Institutional Economic Reconstruction of Scientific Management: On the Lost Theoretical Logic of Taylorism,’ Academy of Management Review 32, 1: 105-117. DOI 10.5465/AMR.2007.23463879.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2007), ‘Moral Agency, Profits and the Firm: Economic Revisions to the Friedman Theorem,’ Journal of Business Ethics 70, 2: 209-220. DOI 10.1007/s10551-006-9106-5.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. and M. Tadajewski (2006), ‘Cognitive Anthropology and the Problem-solving Behaviour of Green Consumers,’ Journal of Consumer Behavior 5, 3: 235-244. DOI 10.1002/cb.175.

Tadajewski, M. and S. A. Wagner-Tsukamoto (2006), ‘Anthropology and Consumer Research: Qualitative Insights into Green Consumer Behavior,’ Qualitative Market Research 9, 1: 8-25. DOI 10.1108/13522750610640521.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2005), ‘An Economic Approach to Business Ethics: Moral Agency of the Firm and the Enabling and Constraining Effects of Economic Institutions and Interactions in a Market Economy,’ Journal of Business Ethics 60, 1: 75-89. DOI 10.1007/s10551-005-5842-1.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2003), ‘A Holistic, Behavioural Economic Approach to Environmental and Biological Resource Problems?’ Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics 14, 1: 61-72.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2001), ‘Economics of Genesis: On the Institutional Economic Deciphering and Reconstruction of the Stories of the Bible,’ Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics 12, 3: 249-87.

Articles and other publications (including conference papers)

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2019), ‘Review of Eiji Takahashi’s Die Rezeption und Konvergenz des deutschen Handels- und Gesellschaftsrechts in Japan’, Interdisciplinary Journal of Economics and Business Law 8, 1: pp. 130-133.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2017), ‘For Humanistic Management and Against Economics’, Conference Proceedings, British Academy of Management (BAM) 2017 Conference, University of Warwick, 5-7 September 2017.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2017), ‘What is Business Ethics?’, Invited Speaker Presentation / Student Seminar, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Kanazawa, 18 July 2017.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2017), ‘Adam Smith on Management Ethics: Then and Now’, Invited Speaker Presentation / Research Seminar, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Kanazawa, 18 July 2017.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2017), ‘Adam Smith on Management Ethics: Then and Now’, Invited Speaker Presentation / Research Seminar, Kindai University, Tokyo, 15 July 2017.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2016), ‘Adam Smith on Management Ethics: Then and Now’, Conference Proceedings, British Academy of Management (BAM) 2016 Conference, University of Newcastle, 8 September 2016. ISBN 978-0-9549608-9-6

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2016), ‘What Ethics? An Integrative Economic Ethics Approach to Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR)’, Conference Proceedings British Academy of Management (BAM) 2016 Conference, University of Newcastle, 7 September 2016. ISBN 978-0-9549608-9-6

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2016), ‘The Cities of Genesis: Religion, Economics and the Rise of Modernity’, Discussion Paper, ORSS Meeting - School of Business, University of Leicester, 10 June 2016.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2016), ‘Rational Religion: Economic Patterns in Biblical Thought’, Conference Paper. European Public Choice Society (EPCS), University of Freiburg, Freiburg, 31 March 2016.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2015), ‘Economizing the Carroll Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR)’, Conference Proceedings, British Academy of Management (BAM) 2015 Conference, University of Portsmouth, September 2015. ISBN 978-0-9549608-8-9

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2014), ‘Rational Religion: Economic Patterns in Biblical Thought’, Working Paper/Research Report, School of Management, University of Leicester, in the Leicester Research Archive (LRA).

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2013), ‘Principles of Engineering Ethics Education in Japan and the UK: Starting Points for Future Research’, Invited Paper / 1st International Workshop on Engineering Ethics Without Borders, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, 23 November 2013.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2013), ‘Engineering Ethics in Japan, the UK, and Germany: Further Points for Discussion’, Invited Paper / JSEE-KIT Symposium, KIT Center, Toranomon, Tokyo, Japan, 22 November 2013.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2013), ‘Principles of Engineering Ethics Education in Japan, the UK, and Germany: Starting Points for Future Research’, Invited Paper / KIT Colloquium, Kanazawa Institute of Technology (KIT), 06 November 2013.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2013), ‘Updating Adam Smith on Business Ethics. Institutional Economics and Ethical Capitalism’, Invited Paper / KIT Colloquium, Kanazawa Institute of Technology (KIT), 21 October 2013.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2013), ‘The City Metaphor and Pluralism in Genesis: Institutional Economics between Pre-modern and Modern Urbanism’, Research and Working Paper 13 May 2013, School of Management, University of Leicester, in the Leicester Research Archive (LRA).

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2013), ‘The City Metaphor and Pluralism in Genesis: Institutional Economics between Pre-modern and Modern Urbanism’, Conference Paper / IOSOT 2013 (International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Munich, Germany, 4-9 August 2013. (Paper presentation 8 August 2013).

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2012), ‘Updating Adam Smith on Business Ethics: Institutional Economics and Ethical Capitalism’, Conference Paper/Proceedings (ISBN 9789881208910), 4th World Business Ethics Forum (WBEF), Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, China, 16-18 December 2012, 41 pages.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2012), ‘Updating Adam Smith on Business Ethics: Institutional Economics and Ethical Capitalism’, Working Paper, School of Management, University of Leicester, in the Leicester Research Archive (LRA).

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2012), ‘Ethical Principles of Old Testament Economics: Implications for the Teaching of Business Ethics’, Working Paper, School of Management, University of Leicester, in the Leicester Research Archive (LRA).

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2012), ‘For Humanist Management and Against Economics’, Working Paper, School of Management, University of Leicester, in the Leicester Research Archive (LRA).

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2012), ‘The Genesis of Cooperation in the Stories of Joseph: A Constitutional and Institutional Economic Reconstruction’, Working Paper, School of Management, University of Leicester, in the Leicester Research Archive (LRA).

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2011), ‘Economic Theory, Capitalist Ethics, and the Old Testament: Insights from an Economic Reading of the Paradise Story’, Conference Paper, Religion and Capitalism, University of Vienna, Austria, 17-19 November 2011.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2011), ‘Theses on the Institutional Economic Reconstruction of the Old Testament’, Conference Paper, Society of Biblical Literature - International Meeting, London, UK, 4-7 July 2011.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2011), ‘Consumer Ethics in Japan’, Japan Foundation Fellows Lecture, Japan Foundation, London, UK, 5 May 2011.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2011), ‘The Adam Smith Problem Revisited: A Methodological Resolution’, Working Paper, School of Management, University of Leicester, in the Leicester Research Archive (LRA).

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2007), ‘Book Review: The Taylorized Beauty of the Mechanical: Scientific Management and the Rise of Modernist Architecture’, Academy of Management Review 32, 4: 1288-1291.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2006), ‘A Critical European Perspective on Japanese Business Ethics,’ Conference Paper, Business Ethics Workshop, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan, 19 December 2006.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2006), ‘A Revised Economic Perspective on the Friedman Theorem to Business Ethics,’ Conference Paper, BERC / JABES Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 16 December 2006.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2006), ‘Contrasting the Behavioural Business Ethics Approach and the Institutional Economic Approach to Business Ethics,’ Conference Paper, World Business Ethics Forum: Does East Meet West? Hong Kong Baptist University & the University of Macau, Hong Kong and Macau, China, 1-3 November 2006.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S.A. (2006), ‘Scientific Management Revisited: Did Taylorism Fail Because of a Too Positive Image of Human Nature,’ Conference Paper, Western Business & Management Conference, Las Vegas, USA, Western Business & Management Association, 15-17 October 2006. Award – Most Original Paper.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2006), ‘The Rationality of Ends/Market Orientation-Grid: Positioning and Contrasting Different Approaches to Business Ethics,’ Conference Paper, EBEN-UK Annual Conference, New Hall College, Cambridge, UK, 10-12 April 2006.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2005), ‘Economics, Business Ethics, and the Case of Japan,’ Conference Paper, BERC / JABES Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 10 December 2005.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2005), ‘Economic Aspects of Business Ethics,’ Conference Paper, Waseda University Business Ethics Seminar Series, Tokyo, Japan, 24 November 2005.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2005), ‘Comment on Maital’s Review of Human Nature and Organization Theory,’ Journal of Socio-Economics 34, 5: 728-729.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2002), ‘Economics of Business Ethics: Incentive Ethics, Ethical Capital and Stakeholder Management’, Discussion Papers in Management and Organization Studies / University of Leicester Management Centre No. 02/02, March 2002, 29 pages. ISSN 1461 6017.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2002), ‘An Economic Approach to Business Ethics: Systemizing Ethics, Ethical Capital and Stakeholder Management’, Conference Paper, Developing Philosophy of Management – Crossing Frontiers, St. Anne’s College, Oxford, 26-29 June 2002.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2002), ‘Book Review: An Empirical Assessment of Non-timber Forest Production. Review of D. Tewari’s “Economics and Management of Non-timber Forest Products. A Case Study of Gujarat, India”,’ Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics 13.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2001), ‘The Failure of the Quaker Experiments (1900-1940) in Corporate Social Responsibility: Implications for an Economic Approach to Business Ethics,’ Conference Paper, EBEN-UK Annual Conference, Nottingham, 9-10 April 2001.

Wagner-Tsukamoto, S. A. (2001), ‘The Failure of the Quaker Experiments (1900-1940) in Corporate Social Responsibility: Implications for an Economic Approach to Business Ethics’, Discussion Papers in Management and Organization Studies / University of Leicester Management Centre No. 01/08, April 2001, 38 pages. ISSN 1461 6017.

Wagner, S. A. (2000), ‘An Institutional Economic Reconstruction of Scientific Management: on the Lost Theoretical Logic of Taylorism’, Discussion Papers in Management and Organization Studies / University of Leicester Management Centre No. 00/14, December 2000, 31 pages. ISSN 1461 6017.

Wagner, S. A. (2000), ‘The Exodus of the Wealth of Nations: "Rational Foolishness" and the Disequilibration of Interests in Social Interactions Between Egypt and Israel’, Discussion Papers in Management and Organization Studies / University of Leicester Management Centre No. 00/05, June 2000, 32 pages. ISSN 1461 6017.

Wagner, S. A. (2000), ‘The Genesis of the Wealth of Nations, or was God an Economist?: Some Suggestions on the Institutional Economic Deciphering and Reconstruction of the Legends of the Bible’, Discussion Papers in Management and Organization Studies / University of Leicester Management Centre No. 00/01, February 2000, 27 pages. ISSN 1461 6017.

Wagner, S. A. (1999), ‘Strategies for Environmental Communication’, Discussion Papers in Management and Organization Studies / University of Leicester Management Centre No. 99/10, August 1999, 26 pages. ISSN 1461 6017.

Wagner, S. A. (1996), ‘ “Green” Communications Management: How To Talk Green Sense to Consumers,’ GreenManagement Letter, May: 7-9.

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