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JMS Covid-19 Commentaries

  • 1.  JMS Covid-19 Commentaries

    Posted 12-03-2020 10:26

    These essays are the 3rd part of a series of thought-provoking commentaries in which leading scholars from our field sketch how COVID-19 will impact the future of management research. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic confronting the world with a rapid, unexpected and far reaching global crisis, each essay in this series is examining how our established assumptions, concepts and questions in management studies will require revisiting and rethinking.

    Sensemaking in the Time of COVID‐19

    Marlys K. Christianson, Michelle A. Barton


    Organisational Change in a (Post‐) Pandemic World: Rediscovering Interests and Values

    John M. Amis, Royston Greenwood


    Whither Critical Management and Organization Studies? For a Performative Critique of Capitalist Flows in the Wake of the COVID‐19 Pandemic

    Patrizia Zanoni


    Pandemics and Network Scholarship

    Tiziana Casciaro


    COVID‐19 and Global Governance

    David L. Levy


    Inequality in the time of corona virus

    Kamal A Munir


    Temporal Strategies and Firms' Speedy Responses to COVID‐19

    David Ahlstrom,  Linda C. Wang


    A Few Implications of the COVID‐19 Pandemic for International Business Strategy Research

    Alain Verbeke, Wenlong Yuan


    Can you speak Covid‐19? Languages and social inequality in management studies

    Rebecca Piekkari,  Susanne Tietze,  Jo Angouri,  Renate Meyer,  Eero Vaara


    How COVID‐19 informs business sustainability research: It's time for a systems perspective

    Pratima (Tima) Bansal, Sylvia Grewatsch,  Garima Sharma


    All commentaries published so far can be found here:

    Joanne Cheseldine
    Journal of Managment Studies