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  1. Management and Happiness

    Management and Happiness

    Edited by Cary Cooper, Ivan T. Robertson
    This authoritative book brings together many of the leading published articles in the field of workplace wellbeing and happiness. It highlights the costs of a lack of wellbeing at work, what research suggests are the sources of depleted and enhanced wellbeing, as well as happiness at work. It also looks at the issue of what interventions are necessary to promote wellbeing and happiness in the workplace. Including an original introduction by the editors, this book will be an essential resource for anyone interested in this important ar Learn More
    2013   Hardback Price: $ 308.00   Web: $ 277.20
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  2. Sport Management

    Sport Management

    Edited by George B. Cunningham
    Sport Management provides an insightful overview of the sport management discipline. The collection includes influential articles and chapters from leading scholars in the field, covering a wide array of issues. In adopting a multilevel approach, this volume explores this topical field and addresses sport management issues at the societal, organisational, and individual level. Learn More
    2013   Hardback Price: $ 324.00   Web: $ 291.60
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  3. The Economics of Organisation and Bureaucracy

    The Economics of Organisation and Bureaucracy

    Edited by Peter M. Jackson
    This authoritative and in-depth collection presents seminal papers from leading academics in the field of organisation and bureaucracy. It encompasses sections on organisational boundaries, neo-Schumpeterian theories, hierarchy and international organisation, organisational culture and behaviour, power politics and authority, as well as organisational institutions and practices. Learn More
    2013   Hardback Price: $ 1,252.00   Web: $ 1,126.80
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  4. Organizational Culture

    Organizational Culture

    Edited by Sierk Ybema, Dvora Yanow, Ida Sabelis
    This authoritative two-volume set presents classical, contemporary and critical texts that have influenced the development of the field of organizational culture and symbolism. This indispensable collection includes seminal papers relating to meaning-making in organizations and the subjective dimensions of organizational life as well as those which chart the field’s historical roots. These volumes will be of immense value to students and scholars researching organizational culture, organizational symbolism, and the intellectual predecessors of the interpretive, linguistic, and critical turns in organizational studies of the late 1990s–2000s. Learn More
    2011   Hardback Price: $ 658.00   Web: $ 592.20
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  5. Managerial Decision Making

    Managerial Decision Making

    Edited by Don A. Moore
    Managerial Decision Making is an essential and insightful volume that brings together classic articles on the subject of behavioral decision research. Professor Don Moore has selected the seminal articles that are the cornerstone of a discipline that has exploded in both productivity and influence. It covers Herbert Simon’s groundbreaking work on bounded rationality, as well as important papers on anchoring, the bias of framing, the problem of overconfidence, the preference for fairness, emotional influences and the strengths and weaknesses of human intuitive judgement. This volume will appeal to a wide readership as decision research plays an important role in such diverse areas as business, marketing, law, finance, medicine and public policy. Learn More
    2011   Hardback Price: $ 343.00   Web: $ 308.70
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  6. Social Capital in Business

    Social Capital in Business

    Edited by Kenneth W. Koput, Joseph P. Broschak
    Innovative social investments are key to succeeding in the increasingly connected business environment. Within this authoritative volume, the editors have brought together seminal works which will help managers and entrepreneurs to better understand how to forge investments in social relationships to match the unique needs and circumstances of their business. Rather than comprising a social capital menu from which businesses can order by mimicking others, the selected articles in this volume provide a foundation to grasp the social mechanisms at work in the generation and use of social capital. This important collection provides both scholarly and lay readers an opportunity to weigh the evidence of social capital’s limits as well as its promise. Learn More
    2011   Hardback Price: $ 317.00   Web: $ 285.30
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