“Its underlying argument offered me the analytical tools to understand that our research is not simply a set of ideas or analyses bereft of moral considerations. Rather, it must be informed by—and, concomitantly, it must inform—the moral orders of knowledge construction in management and organization studies (MOS).” (Alamgir, 2022, p. 1)

Olemasoleva kriitika:

“The book provides a meaningful critique of how neoliberalism and transnational capitalism regimes reconfigure lives and identities and thus organize work. While the richness of the book will certainly make it relevant to a wide-ranging group of scholars, I consider Philosophy and Managements Studies to offer six critical insights for MOS in particular.” (Alamgir, 2022, p. 1)


“The takeaway from the argument offered is that research is a conscious journey insofar as the assumptions we hold have a critical impact on how what is studied is interpreted (Harcourt, 2020). Further developing this point, they emphasize the idea of relationality—that is, our relational engagement with the research process.” (Alamgir, 2022, p. 2)

Uurijate kesksed küsimused:

“What is being inquired about? How is it being inquired? And, whom does it impact?” (Alamgir, 2022, p. 2)

Tuleb tunnistada meie uurimistööd mõjutavaid eelduseid:

“Therefore, Mir and Greenwood ask us to unpack and acknowledge the fundamental assumptions that underpin our research.” (Alamgir, 2022, p. 3)

Alamgir, F. (2022). Book review: Philosophy and Management Studies: A Research Overview. Organization, 135050842211316. https://doi.org/10.1177/13505084221131639