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Journal cover: Society and Business Review

Society and Business Review

ISSN: 1746-5680

Online from: 2006

Subject Area: Business Ethics and Law

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Volume 9 issue 2 - Latest Issue

Published: 2014

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17114280 Icon: Earlycite.Editorial 9.2
Yvon PESQUEUX
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17114269 Icon: Earlycite.Beyond the business/society dichotomy: the rich topicality of Gilbert Simondon’s ontological and epistemological schemas
Rémi JARDAT
Article type: Conceptual paper
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17114284 Icon: Earlycite.The cultural production of commodities: understanding the art and gaps of silent and seen design
Benedicte Brøgger, Birgit Helene Jevnaker
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17114281 Icon: Earlycite.Rethinking institutional entrepreneurship: the case of the construction of the orphan drug field in Europe
KARIM HAMADACHE, JULIENNE BRABET
Article type: Research paper
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17114299 Icon: Earlycite.Towards a philosophy of organisation sciences: a declaration of the principles of the SPSG
Erwan Lamy, Yoann Bazin, Laurent Magne, Baptiste Rappin
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17114295 Icon: Earlycite.Football passion as a religion: the four dimensions of a sacred experience
Gilles PACHE, François FULCONIS
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17114297 Icon: Earlycite.Ethics of social innovation
Knut J. Ims, Laszlo Zsolnai
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17114287 Icon: Earlycite.Religious organisations as investors: a Christian perspective on shareholder engagement
Katinka Van Cranenburgh, Daniel Arenas, Jennifer Goodman, Céline Louche
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17114276 Icon: Earlycite."For Piketty"- a new Enlightenment that goes far beyond rewriting Das Kapital
Rémi JARDAT
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