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Table of Contents: Management Revue - Socio-Economic Studies - Special Edition: Human Resources, Labour Relations and Organizations. A European Perspective

 
Special Edition
management revue - Socio-Economic Studies
 
Human Resources, Labour Relations and Organizations - A European Perspective
 

For a quarter of a century, the management revue has been a medium of research in administration science and management studies. First and foremost, the journal publishes works by authors who investigate the institutional particularities of management and organisations in a European context. The emergence of this prioritisation does not come as a surprise, as the socio-economic perspective of the management revue suggests that this research topic is embedded in specific temporal and spatial social contexts. The assortment of contributions made to this edition, which provides insights into the spectrum of research published in the management revue, aims to illustrate this prioritisation in the fields of human resource management, labour relations and theory formation.

With contributions by
Wolfgang Mayrhofer and Chris Brewster; Paul Boselie; Erik Poutsma, Paul E.M. Ligthart and Roel Schouteten; Ingo Singe and Richard Croucher; Walther Müller-Jentsch; Stefan Kirchner; Dudo von Eckardstein and Stefan Konlechner; Wenzel Matiaske; Jörg Freiling; Werner Nienhüser; Kirsten Foss and Nicolai J. Foss

 
Posted: 2017-08-10 More...
 

Table of Contents: Management Revue - Socio-Economic Studies - Vol. 28, No. 2 (Open Issue)

 
2nd Issue 2017
Management Revue - Socio-Economic Studies, Volume 28
 
Open Issue
 
Contents
Gerd Grözinger, Marlene Langholz-Kaiser & Doreen Richter
 
Mareike Adler & Anna K. Koch
 
Stefan Gröschl & Patricia Gabaldon
 
Albert Martin & Wenzel Matiaske
 
Wenzel Matiaske
 
Søren Voxted
 
Posted: 2017-06-30 More...
 

Call for Papers: Echoes of an Era - A Century of Organisational Studies

 
Managing Editor:
Wenzel Matiaske, Helmut-Schmidt-University Hamburg (Germany)
 
Hundred years ago, Henri Fayols “Administration Industrielle et Générale”, a milestone in the history of organisational thought, was published. This centenary motivates the editors of the management revue to launch a stream on the history of organisational studies. In the forthcoming volumes, and rather on an infrequent basis, we would like to publish contributions which not only introduce the reader to one or several, interrelated seminal works of organisational theory but also provide accompanying commentaries and an analysis of their history of effects.
 
Posted: 2017-05-06 More...
 

Call for Papers: Workplace Flexibility

 

Guest Editors:
Sascha Ruhle, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf (Germany)
Stefan Süß, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf (Germany) 

Flexibility has been an ongoing issue for various fields of research and practice and a considerable amount of literature dealing with the concept of flexibility has developed. This diversity has led to various perspectives on dimensions and aspects of flexibility. However, two major fields of flexibility can be distinguished. The organizational perspective understands workplace flexibility as the degree of adaptability of an organization in an uncertain and changing environment (Dastmalchian & Blyton 2001). In addition, workplace flexibility can encompass the individual perspective of the workforce, especially the degree of flexibility regarding aspects of where, when, and how work is performed (Hill et al. 2008). Within both streams of research, various aspects of flexibility have been addressed, such as organizational structures (Feldman & Pentland 2003), type of employment (Lepak et al. 2003; Sayah & Süß 2013), management and strategic human resource management (Wright & Snell 1998), time and location of work (Allen et al. 2013), demands towards employees (Vahle-Hinz et al. 2013) and work (Ruiner et al. 2013), leadership (Barrow 1976), and the role of Communication Technologies (Diaz et al. 2012).
 
Posted: 2017-05-05 More...
 

Call for Papers: Corporate responsibility: In the dilemma between trust and fake?

 

Guest Editors:
Simon Fietze, University of Southern Denmark
Wenzel Matiaske, Helmut-Schmidt-University/University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg (Germany)
Roland Menges, Technical University Clausthal (Germany)

Trust is the currency that creates markets. This is knowledge of the merchants at the latest since modern markets have emerged along the medieval trade routes. Quality and reliability in the business are also building blocks of trust and the assumption of responsibility for the social and ecological consequences of entrepreneurial activity. Whether the latter should be integrated into social and legal relations and norms in the form of voluntary corporate responsibility, has been the subject of economic discussion since the beginnings of the discipline and since the separation of the spheres of economic and moral action in the Scottish moral economy.
 
Posted: 2017-05-05 More...
 

Table of Contents: Management Revue - Socio-Economic Studies - Vol. 28, No. 1 (Special Issue 'Perspectives on Sustainable Consumption')

 
1st Issue 2017
Management Revue - Socio-Economic Studies, Volume 28
 
Special Issue 'Perspectives on Sustainable Consumption'
edited by Ortrud Leßmann & Torsten Masson
 
Contents
Ortrud Leßmann & Torsten Masson
 
Benjamin Held & Christian Haubach
 
Torsten Masson & Ortrud Leßmann
 
Mirella Giannini, Dario Minervini & Ivano Scotti
 
Jan Seidel
 
Camilla Jensen
 
Posted: 2017-04-02 More...
 
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