Global Business is changing at an ever-faster rate. This has been paralleled by an unprecedented growth of activity at undergraduate and graduate levels of study. Covering the key disciplines within business and management studies, this series makes available collections of the most important literature within the field. Each set has a strong international focus and is supplemented with a substantial introduction and thorough index.
Management Information Systems
Business and Government
By Ariel Avgar, Alex Colvin
August 10, 2016
Including seminal conflict management research alongside cutting edge advances in each area of study, this new 4 volume collection will provide a comprehensive portrait of the state of conflict management research. Showcasing the complexities and interdependencies associated with the management of ...
By Mark Dodgson
March 22, 2016
Innovation is the means by which organizations survive and thrive in uncertain and turbulent conditions. Technological change, globalization, and changing patterns of consumption are compounding the complex and rapidly changing circumstances in which organizations operate. The average tenure of a ...
By Robert D. Galliers, Mari-Klara Stein
April 29, 2015
This new four-volume collection brings together the vast body of literature on Management Information Systems, focusing, in particular, on seminal works in the field and notable new developments. As such, the collection will be welcomed as a useful guide for MIS researchers, including PhD ...
By Michael L. Barnett, Timothy G. Pollock
April 10, 2015
This new 4-volume collection will include the seminal literature in corporate reputation, both foundational articles and state of the art research. The collection will bring together the distinctive perspectives of prominent scholars from a variety of disciplines – including organizational ...
By Colin Haslam, Christian Nielson, Xavier Lecocq
January 02, 2015
The last few decades have seen a growing body of literature and research on business models which draws upon a multitude of subject areas including entrepreneurship, strategy, organization, finance, sales and marketing, and operations management. This new four-volume collection from Routledge ...
By Chris Rojek
November 19, 2013
Edited by a leading scholar in the field, this new title from Routledge’s Critical Perspectives on Business and Management series is a four-volume collection of canonical and cutting-edge research in Event Management. The origins of the serious study of Event Management are comparatively recent, ...
By Joana Geraldi, Jonas Söderlund
October 04, 2013
Projects are all around us, from the research paper we are currently working on to the major organizational changes we observe in companies. They are a purposeful, time-limited integration of diverse knowledge to reach a unique outcome, and therefore, useful vehicles to manage deliberate change ...
By Matthew Maguire, Graham Wilson
June 03, 2013
Business and government are two of the most important actors in shaping our lives. This new four volume collection from Routledge’s Major Works series, Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, will explore four key areas of the relationship: First, what is the balance of power between ...
By Ilan Oshri
May 23, 2013
The expansion of outsourcing and offshoring activities, and the emergence of new sourcing models, have profoundly challenged existing management concepts and practices. Consequently, it has become increasingly important to understand the phenomenon and its implications for business and management. ...
By Susse Georg, Andrew J. Hoffman
November 15, 2012
Over the past four decades, the concept of corporate environmentalism has passed through multiple iterations. Prompted by landmark environmental events such the publication of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring (1962), the Santa Barbara oil spill, the Cuyahoga River fire, Love Canal, Bhopal, the Exxon ...
By Joseph Astrachan, Kristi McMillan, Torsten Pieper
October 23, 2012
Until the early 1980s, serious academic research on family businesses was sparse, to say the least. The scholarship that did exist was primarily based on anecdotal evidence, and mostly biased toward the negative effects of family involvement, particularly in terms of nepotism and family feuds ...
By Alison M. Konrad
May 01, 2012
Serious thinking on business and gender has blossomed over the past few decades. What began as a tentative examination of the ways women and men might differ has evolved into a complex and vibrant field of international research and study. Edited by a leading scholar in the field, this new ...