Professor Roy Suddaby explains his research into the corporation as social institution. From disaster relief to art collection, corporations have taken on more and more quasi-governmental roles. Professor Suddaby explains why and how this happens, as well as how the humanities and language fit into business.
Roy Suddaby Discusses Corporations and Institutional Homology
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