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A decade on after it first published to international acclaim, the seminal Handbook of Organization Studies has been updated to capture exciting new developments in the field. Providing a retrospective and prospective overview of organization studies, this Handbook continues to challenge and inspire readers with its synthesis of knowledge and literature. As ever, contributions have been selected to reflect the diversity of the field. New chapters cover areas such as organizational change, knowledge management and organizational networks.

Representation and Reflexivity
Representation and reflexivity

When we wrote the original handbook in 1996, we asked: What is the world like today? How has it changed? What does it mean for the study of organizations? At the time, we cast our minds back to the mid 1960s, when The Handbook of Organizations edited by James G. March (1965) was ...

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