The Republic of Salé (1627–1641/1666); an alternative pirate organization model?

@article{Levant2017TheRO,
  title={The Republic of Sal{\'e} (1627–1641/1666); an alternative pirate organization model?},
  author={Yves Levant and Le{\"i}la Maziane},
  journal={Management \& Organizational History},
  year={2017},
  volume={12},
  pages={1 - 29}
}
Abstract Critical management authors are constantly searching for alternative models. We could learn from the study of the functioning of pirate communities, for example. It would have been important for the critical authors to have an example of a real pirate city organized under libertarian principles, such as the Republic of Salé (1627–1641/1666). Unfortunately, the study of this case, based on historical sources, shows that it was not an ideal pirate city, but rather a maritime city state… Expand
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