Work, Organization, and Employment

Book Series
There are 3 volumes in this series
Published 2018 - 2019

About this series

The series publishes high-quality research in the related subject areas of work, employment relations, organizational studies and analysis, and human resource management. The series takes an overarching pluralist approach, debating and discussing topics via related theoretical lenses including political economy, ethics, and systems of governance.
A key focus of the series is how the imperatives for efficiency, quality and high performance can be configured so that equality, inclusion, good pay, dignity, well-being and social justice are also achieved in increasingly globalised work regimes.
The series investigates the connections between the world of work and the political economy and public policy that shape regulations, organizational and business environments, work experiences, and well-being within a new globalised model of consumerism.

Editorial Board
Maike Andresen, University of Bamberg, GermanyMaurizio Atzeni, Centre for Labour Relations, CEIL/CONICET, ArgentinaDonna Baines, University of Sydney, AustraliaDebashish Bhattacherjee, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, IndiaFang Lee Cooke, Monash University, AustraliaIan Cunningham, University of Strathclyde, United KingdomJenny Chan, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and SACOM, Hong KongJulie Cogin, University of New South Wales, AustraliaChristian de Cock, University of Essex, United KingdomMaria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez, Universidad EAFIT, ColombiaGail Hebson, Manchester Business School, United KingdomDonald Hislop, Loughborough University, United KingdomWei Huang, Renmin University of ChinaDouglas Kruse, Rutgers University, United StatesJohn Logan, San Francisco State University, United StatesDavid Lewin, UCLA Anderson School of Management, United StatesPaula McDonald, QUT, AustraliaMiguel Martinez-Lucio, Manchester Business School, United KingdomPun Ngai, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong KongWerner Nienhueser, University of Duisburg-Essen, GermanyDionne Pohler, University of Toronto, CanadaEd Snape, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong KongScott Snell, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, United StatesLucy Taksa, Macquarie University, AustraliaAndrew Timming, University of Western Australia, AustraliaMelissa Tyler, University of Essex, United KingdomDiane van den Broek, University of Sydney, AustraliaGeoff Wood, University of Essex, United KingdomStefan Zagelmeyer, Manchester Business School, United Kingdom