Department of Organization

De Cock

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My research is broadly aligned with Critical Management Studies (CMS): a type of inquiry into management practices that seeks to understand  the social and historical conditions of contemporary organization and that longs for a public sphere in which intellectual work might again be felt as an act and event rather than reified object and end product.

I have a long standing interest in the interfaces of the humanities and organization studies as well as the political and organizational. In my conceptual work I am inspired by the writings of Walter Benjamin, Fredric Jameson, Luc Boltanski and Cornelius Castoriadis.


Primary research areas
  • Organization Studies
  • Political Economy of Organization
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•    Creativity in Organizations - CPSYV3008U.LA_E18
•    Organizational Analysis - BISHO1002U.LA_E18
•    Power, Culture and Politics in Contemporary Organizations - CCMVV4020U.LA_E18

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Christian De Cock / Railway Tracks
In: The Oxford Handbook of Media, Technology, and Organization Studies. ed. /Timon Beyes; Robin Holt; Claus Pias. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2020, p. 380-390
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Sara Louise Muhr; Christian De Cock; Magdalena Twardowska; Christina Volkmann / Constructing an Entrepreneurial Life : Liminality and Emotional Reflexivity in Identity Work.
In: Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, Vol. 31, No. 7/8, 2019, p. 567-582
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Christian De Cock; Daniel Nyberg; Christopher Wright / Disrupting Climate Change Futures : Conceptual Tools for Lost Histories.
In: Organization, 1.11.2019
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Daniel Nyberg; Christian De Cock / Processes of Domination in the Contemporary Workplace : Managing Disputes in the Swedish Healthcare Sector.
In: The Sociological Review, Vol. 67, No. 3, 2019, p. 689–705
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Christina Berg Johansen; Christian De Cock / Ideologies of Time : How Elite Corporate Actors Engage the Future.
In: Organization, Vol. 25, No. 2, 3.2018, p. 186-204
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Christian De Cock / We Are Going to Have to Imagine Our Way Out of This One.... : Climate Change, Fiction and Organization.
In: Organization, Vol. 25, No. 1, 1.2018, p. 150-153
Book review > peer review
Christian De Cock; Sine N. Just; Emil Husted / What’s He Building? : Activating the Utopian Imagination with Trump.
In: Organization, Vol. 25, No. 5, 9.2018, p. 671-680
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Timon Beyes; Christian De Cock / Adorno’s Grey, Taussig’s Blue : Colour, Organization and Critical Affect.
In: Organization, Vol. 24, No. 1, 2017, p. 59-78
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Damian O’Doherty; Christian De Cock / Management as an Academic Discipline?
In: The Oxford Handbook of Management. ed. /A. Wilkinson; S. Armstrong; M. Lounsbury. Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press 2017, p. 461-480
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Christian De Cock; Damian O’Doherty / Ruin and Organization Studies
In: Organization Studies, Vol. 38, No. 1, 1.2017, p. 129–150
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