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Organization Studies and Epistemic Coloniality in Latin America: Thinking Otherness from the Margins
This paper discusses the current state of Organization Studies in Latin America, disclosing the epistemic coloniality that prevails in the region. Adopting an approach based on the recognition of theExpand
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Globalization, Organization and the Ethics of Liberation
The paper discusses three related issues that have a growing importance in the light of current developments in the contemporary debates around modernity and its future. These are globalization,Expand
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‘The Ethics of Managerial Subjectivity’
This paper examines ethics in organizations in relation to the subjectivity of managers. Drawing on the work of Michel Foucault we seek to theorize ethics in terms of the meaning of being a managerExpand
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Is There Any Future for Critical Management Studies in Latin America? Moving from Epistemic Coloniality to `Trans-Discipline'
To discuss properly the situation of Critical Management Studies in Latin America, it is necessary to recognize the colonial condition under which the region has developed since theExpand
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Introduction to the special issue on “Critical international management and international critical management: perspectives from Latin America”
Purpose – The purpose of the paper is to problematise the emerging interest on international management from a critical point of view, considering the potential contribution of Latin AmericanExpand
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Global Management: Universal Theories and Local Realities
Introduction - Stewart R Clegg, Eduardo Ibarra-Colado and Luis Bueno-Rodriquez PART ONE: GLOBAL MYTHS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD How the Giraffe Got its Neck - Graham Sewell An Organizational `Just So'Expand
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Internationalization of management, neoliberalism and the Latin America challenge
Purpose – This paper aims to problematize the lack of different worldviews on international management (IM), and the virtual silence in Latin America regarding this field within the context of theExpand
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The paper discusses globalization as the moment in Modern Age that exacerbates its contradictions, as a civilizing project based on domination ethics of domination. Initiated during the Conquest, theExpand
Future University in Present Times: Autonomy, Governance and the Entrepreneurial University**
The paper discusses the main challenges confronted by Mexican government agencies and universities to deal with the model implemented since the late 1980s in the context of neoliberalism andExpand
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