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NEW: Conceptualising flexible careers across the life course
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Announcing the Paper of the the Year 2014
The Human Relations Paper of the Year Award is given to the paper that the Editorial Team considers best encapsulates broad readership appeal, sound methods, and whose theory advances our understanding of human relations at work. The editors looked at all the articles published in the 67th volume before arriving at a short list of nine articles for consideration for the 2014 Paper of the Year Award. These shortlisted papers covered a very wide variety of topics and methods. The editors read all nine papers carefully before ranking them. Total scores for each article revealed a clear winner:
NGOs management and the value of 'partnerships' for equality in international development: What’s in a name?
Alessia Contu and Emanuela Girei
Human Relations 2014, 67 (2): 205232
Warm congratulations to Alessia and Emanuela we hope you enjoy reading their paper.
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Conceptualising flexible careers across the life course
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Guest Editors: Jennifer Tomlinson (University of Leeds, UK) Marian Baird (University of Sydney, Australia) Peter Berg (Michigan State University, USA) Rae Cooper (University of Sydney, Australia)
Submission deadline: 1st March 2016. Papers should not be submitted before 1st February 2016.
Global supply chains and social relations at work
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Guest Editors: Juliane Reinecke (University of Warwick, UK) Jimmy Donaghey (University of Warwick, UK) Adrian Wilkinson (Griffith University, Australia) Geoffrey Wood (University of Warwick, UK)
Submission deadline: 30 April 2016. Papers should not be submitted before 1 April 2016
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Knowing work: Cultivating a practice-based epistemology of knowledge in organization studies
Jens Rennstam and Karen Lee Ashcraft
Human Relations 2014 67(1) 325. DOI: doi: 10.1177/0018726713484182
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When it can be good to feel bad and bad to feel good: Exploring asymmetries in workplace emotional outcomes
Dirk Lindebaum and Peter J Jordan
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