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Professor Charles Harvey
Professor Roy Suddaby
Institutional biography and the institutionalization of a new organizational template: Building the global branded hotel chain2022
Professor Charles Harvey
Professor Roy Suddaby
Multi-temporality and the Ghostly: Capturing the Spirit of Time Past and Yet to Come?2022
Professor Stewart Clegg
Professor Roy Suddaby
Professor Charles Harvey
Professor Mairi Maclean
At the intersection of theory and history: A research agenda for historical organization studies2021
Professor Mairi Maclean
Professor Charles Harvey
Professor Roy Suddaby
Professor Stewart Clegg
Historical organization studies: Advancing new directions for organizational research2021
Professor Stewart Clegg
Professor Roy Suddaby
Professor Charles Harvey
Historical Organization Studies: Theory and Applications2021
Professor Mairi Maclean
Professor Charles Harvey
Professor Roy Suddaby
Institutional entrepreneurship and the field of power: The emergence of the global hotel industry2021
Professor Charles Harvey
Professor Roy Suddaby
Historical perspectives on entrepreneurship and philanthropy2019
Professor Roy Suddaby
Professor Charles Harvey
History and the Micro‐foundations of Dynamic Capabilities2019
Professor Mairi Maclean
Professor Charles Harvey
Professor Roy Suddaby
Political ideology and the discursive construction of the multinational hotel industry2018
Professor Roy Suddaby
Craft, magic and the re-enchantment of the world2017
Professor Roy Suddaby
From Mad Men to Math Men: The Rise of Expertise in Digital Measurement and the Shaping of Consumer Preferences2017
Professor Roy Suddaby
History and Organizational Change2017
Professor Roy Suddaby
Legitimacy2017
Professor Roy Suddaby
The strategic use of historical narratives: a theoretical framework2017
Professor Roy Suddaby
Theory Building: A Review and Integration2017
Professor Roy Suddaby
Introducing JMSSays2016
Professor Roy Suddaby
Reflexivity: The role of embedded social position and social skill in processes of field level change.2016
Professor Roy Suddaby
Re-visiting the Historic Turn 10 years later: Current Debates in Management and Organizational History – an Introduction2016
Professor Roy Suddaby
Scripting Professional Identities: How Individuals Make Sense of Contradictory Logics2016
Professor Roy Suddaby
Theorization as Institutional Work: The Dynamics of Roles and Practices2016
Professor Roy Suddaby
Toward a Historical Consciousness: Following the Historic Turn in Management Thought2016
Professor Roy Suddaby
Can Institutional Theory Be Critical?2015
Professor Roy Suddaby
Entrepreneurship through a qualitative lens: Insights on the construction and/or discovery of entrepreneurial opportunity2015
Professor Roy Suddaby
Processing History: Bringing process-oriented research to management and organizational history2015
Professor Roy Suddaby
The Art of the Form: A Configurational Perspective2015
Professor Roy Suddaby
Professor Daniel Muzio
Theoretical perspectives on the professions2015
Professor Roy Suddaby
Twittering change: The institutional work of domain change in accounting expertise2015
Professor Roy Suddaby
Varieties of history in organization studies2015
Professor Roy Suddaby
Debating the future of management research2014
Professor Roy Suddaby
Historical institutionalism2014
Professor Roy Suddaby
The transnational regulation of accounting: insights, gaps and an agenda for future research2014
Professor Daniel Muzio
Professor Roy Suddaby
Professions and Institutional Change: Towards an Institutionalist Sociology of the Professions2013
Professor Roy Suddaby
Professionals and field-level change: Institutional work and the professional project2011
Professor Roy Suddaby
Construct Clarity in Theories of Management and Organization2010
Professor Roy Suddaby
Rhetorical history as a source of competitive advantage2010
Professor Roy Suddaby
The organizational context of professionalism in accounting2009
Professor John Sillince
Professor Roy Suddaby
Organizational rhetoric: bridging management and communication scholarship2008