Partners for Good: How Business and NGOs Engage the Commercial–Social Paradox. Garima Sharma and Pratima Bansal.
Whistleblowing, Parrhesia and the Contestation of Truth in the Workplace. Richard Weiskopf and Yvonne Tobias-Miersch.
Intermediary Organisations and the Hegemonisation of Social Entrepreneurship: Fantasmatic Articulations, Constitutive Quiescences, and Moments of Indeterminacy. Pascal Dey, Hanna Schneider and Florentine Maier
Anger and Organization Studies: From Social Disorder to Moral Order. Dirk Lindebaum and Yiannis Gabriel
Should Environmental Concern Pay Off? A Heideggerian Perspective. Mollie Painter-Morland and Renè ten Bos.
Calculability as Politics in the Construction of Markets: The Case of Socially Responsible Investment in France. Stéphanie Giamporcaro and Jean-Pascal Gond.
Rationalizing Violation: Ordered Accounts of Intentionality in the Breaking of Safety Rules. J. S. Busby and M. Iszatt-White.