Glenn Morgan & Peer Hull Kristensen have published a chapter in Adler, Du Gay & Reed (ed): Oxford Handbook of Sociology
The Comparative Analysis of Capitalism and the Study of Organizations
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Glenn Morgan & Peer Hull Kristensen: “The Comparative Analysis of Capitalism and the Study of Organizations” pp. 220-245 in Paul Adler, Paul Du Gay & Mike Reed (ed): Oxford Handbook of Sociology, Social Theory and Organization Studies, 978-0-19-967108-3, October 2014