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Publications:  Prof Gerard Hanlon

Hanlon G, Harney S(2019). Standardization, Disequilibrium, and Crisis: The division of labour and financialization. Human Relations
Baglioni E, Campling L, Hanlon G(2019). Global value chains as entrepreneurial capture: insights from management theory. Review of International Political Economy
HANLON GW(2017). The First Neo-liberal Science - Management and Neo-liberalism. Sociology1-18.
HANLON GW(2016). The First Neoliberal Science: Management and Neoliberalism. Sociology
Hanlon G(2016). Digging deeper towards capricious management: 'Personal traits become part of the means of production. Human Relations
HANLON GW(2016). Total bureaucratisation, neo-liberalism, and Weberian oligarchy. Ephemera : Theory and Politics in Organization vol. 16, (1) 179-191.
HANLON GW(2015). The Dark Side of Management: A Secret History of Management Theory. Routledge
HANLON GW(2014). The entrepreneurial function and the capture of value: Using Kirzner to understand contemporary capitalism. Ephemera: theory and politics in organization vol. 14, (2) 179-195.
Oswick C, Fleming P, Hanlon G(2011). From borrowing to blending: Rethinking the processes of organizational theory building. Academy of Management Review vol. 36, (2) 318-337.
Hanlon G(2010). Knowledge, risk and Beck: misconceptions of expertise and risk. Critical Perspectives on Accounting vol. 21, (3) 211-220.
Oswick C, Hanlon G(2009). Discourse, Academic Work, and Journals as Commodities A Response. MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION QUARTERLY vol. 23, (1) 135-141.
Hanlon G, Fleming P(2009). Updating the critical perspective on corporate social responsibility. Sociology Compass vol. 6, (3) 937-948.
Hanlon G, Harney S, Dunne S(2008). Kreativität messen? paradoxien des Britischen research assessment exercise. WestEnd Neue Zeitschrift für Sozialforschung vol. 5, (1) 64-86.
HANLON GW(2008). Rethinking Corporate Social Responsibility and the Role of the Firm — On the Denial of Politics. The Oxford Handbook of Corporate Social Responsibility, Editors: Crane, A, McWilliams, A, Matten, D, Moon, J et al., Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Hanlon G, Burchell J, Cook J, Athwal P(2008). Shaping knowledge through dialogue: stakeholder dialogue and organizational learning. The evolution of business knowledge, Editors: Scarborough, H, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Oswick C, Harney S, Hanlon G(2008). The new securocracy and the ‘police concept’ of public sector worker identity. International Journal of Public Administration vol. 31, (9) 1024-1036.
Hanlon G(2007). HRM is redundant?: professions, immaterial labour and the future of eork. Searching for the human in human resource management: theory, practice and workplace contexts, Editors: Bolton, S, Houlihan, M, Palgrave (Basingstoke),
HANLON GW, Strangleman T, O'Cathain A, Luff D, Goode J, Greatbatch D(2006). Risk society and the NHS—From the traditional to the new citizen?. Critical Perspectives on Accounting vol. 17, 270-282.
HANLON G, Nettleton S(2006). Pathways to the Doctor in the Information Age; The Role of ICTs in Contemporary Lay Referral Systems. New technologies in Health Care: Challenge, Change and Innovation, Macmillan (Basingstoke),
O'Cathain A, Goode J, Luff D, Strangleman T, Hanlon G, Greatbatch D(2005). Does NHS direct empower patients?. SOC SCI MED vol. 61, (8) 1761-1771.
Greatbatch D, Hanlon G, Goode J, O'Cathain A, Strangleman T, Luff D(2005). Telephone triage, expert systems and clinical expertise. SOCIOL HEALTH ILL vol. 27, (6) 802-830.
Hanlon G, Strangleman T, Goode J, Luff D, O'Cathain A, Greatbatch D(2005). Knowledge, technology and nursing: The case of NHS direct. HUM RELAT vol. 58, (2) 147-171.
Goode J, Hanlon G, Luff D, O'Cathain A, Strangleman T, Greatbatch D(2004). Male callers to NHS Direct: the assertive carer, the new dad and the reluctant patient. HEALTH vol. 8, (3) 311-328.
Goode J, Greatbatch D, O'Cathain A, Luff D, Hanlon G, Strangleman T(2004). Risk and the responsible health consumer: the problematics of entitlement among callers to NHS direct. CRIT SOC POLICY vol. 24, (2) 210-232.
HANLON GW(2004). Institutional Forms and Organizational Structures: Homology, Trust and Reputational Capital in Professional Service Firms. Organization vol. 11, (2) 187-210.
HANLON GW, Oswick C(2003). Analysing Professional Services: Is It Institutionalised Discord?. Business Research Yearbook, IABD (Saline Michigan),
HANLON GW(2001). State-Lawyer relationship in England and Wales. Legal Professions: Work, Structure and Organization, JAI Elsevier Science Ltd (Oxford),
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