Skip to main content

A (113) | B (37) | C (59) | D (49) | E (49) | F (26) | G (41) | H (17) | I (14) | J (79) | K (37) | L (40) | M (125) | N (31) | O (14) | P (49) | R (43) | S (86) | T (45) | U (7) | V (13) | W (6) | Y (5) | Z (3) | Þ (1)
Title Sort descending Contributions by this author
J. Christopher Paskewich Rethinking organizational hierarchy, management, and the nature of work with Peter Drucker and Colin Ward
J. J. King In the call centre
J. Martin Corbett Sound organisation: A brief history of psychosonic management
Jack Bratich The digital touch: Craft-work as immaterial labour and ontological accumulation
Jacob J. Peters The work of games
Jacob Thommesen Virilio: From space to time, from reality to image
Jacques Rancière Inteview with Jacques Rancière
Jade Elizabeth French Realising Sara Ahmed’s ‘feminist snap’: Voices, embodiment, affectivity, Snaptivism: A collective biography of feminist snap as affective activism*
James A. Fitchett Myths of a near past: Envisioning finance capitalism anno 2007, Myths of a near future: Advertising the new economy
Jamie Woodcock The algorithmic panopticon at Deliveroo: Measurement, precarity, and the illusion of control, The workers’ inquiry from Trotskyism to Operaismo: A political methodology for investigating the workplace
Jan Schapper Does monster.com have any byte? An exploratory dialogue
Jana Costas Roundtable: Free work, Mystification and secrecy in contemporary corporate life: A reflection on Lars von Trier's 'The boss of it all'
Janet Merkel Coworking in the city
Janice L. Thomas Intersectionality at work: The case of Ruth Bates Harris and NASA
Jannick Friis Christensen H(a)unting quotas: An empirical analysis of the uncanniness of gender quotas, Snaptivism: A collective biography of feminist snap as affective activism*, Powerful writing as writing ‘with’, Queer organising and performativity: Towards a norm-critical conceptualisation of organisational intersectionality
Janus Hecht A vanishing act: The magical technologies of invisibility in care work
Jasmine Rault The labour of being studied in a free love economy
Jason Del Gandio Global justice rhetoric: Observations and suggestions
Jasper Finkeldey Building a pan-European movement party: DiEM25 at the 2019 European elections, Challenging the saga of corporate climate champions
Jean-Marie Mauclet ‘Capturing the moving mind’ as a work of art?
Jeffery S. Juris Social forums and their margins: Networking logics and the cultural politics of autonomous space
Jenni Brichzin Getting ‘sucked into parliament’: Tracing the process of professional political socialization
Jenni Ramone Towards collective liberation
Jennifer Hinton A not-for-profit world beyond capitalism and economic growth?
Jennifer M. Murray The shame of servers: Inquiry and agency in a Manhattan cocktail lounge
Jennifer Pybus Learning to immaterial labour 2.0
Jenny Ahlberg Bad governance of family firms: The adoption of good governance on the boards of directors in family firms
Jenny Helin Until the dust settles
Jens Rennstam Management of self-management
Jeremy Aroles At the heart of new work practices: A paradoxical approach to silence in a coworking space
Jeremy Gilbert The forum and the market: The complexity of the social and the struggle for democracy
Jeremy Hunsinger Four fold Guattari
Jeremy Knox Activism and the academy: Assembling knowledge for social justice
Jeroen Veldman Seduction by contract, The nature and purpose of the corporation: A roundtable discussion, The political economy of corporate governance , Whose passion?
Jerome Whitington The prey of uncertainty: Climate change as opportunity
Jerzy Kociatkiewicz Textual flâneurie: Writing management with Walter Benjamin, Shadows silence