Nice power/authority distinction

I have been - by wiser heads than mine - warned off trying to bite off much more for The Thesis, and we all agree with the imperative to Get The Damned Thing Finished.  So, am not going to open up the box marked "power" more than a little peek...  That's for a mythical post-doc...... Continue Reading →

“The making of a petrol station” #Afterthethesis

The making of a petrol station and the “on-the-move consumer”: Classification devices and the shaping of markets Frank Azimonta, , , Luis Araujob, Industrial Marketing Management Volume 39, Issue 6, August–September 2010, Pages 1010–1018 Abstract This paper addresses the issue of classification devices and their role in shaping markets. We depart from the notion... Continue Reading →

“Finding the Woman Who Didn’t Exist” #afterthethesis

Finding the Woman Who Didn’t Exist Nineteenth-Century French Studies Volume 42, Numbers 1-2, Fall-Winter 2013-2014 Laure Katsaros Hawthorne, Melanie C. Finding the Woman Who Didn’t Exist: The Curious Life of Gisèle d’Estoc. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2013. Pp. 216. isbn: 978-0-8032-4034-6 Who was the woman hidden behind the name “Gisèle d’Estoc”? The pseudonym suggests a strange... Continue Reading →

“Powerpoint and Strategy” #afterthethesis

So, gonna use this site to bookmark stuff I will read After The Thesis. First up, this Kaplan, S. 2011. Strategy and PowerPoint: An Inquiry into the Epistemic Culture and Machinery of Strategy Making. Organization Science, Vol. 22 (2), pp.320-46. PowerPoint has come to dominate organizational life in general and strategy making in particular. The... Continue Reading →

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