Ajnesh Prasad
Ajnesh Prasad
GIEE, Leadership - CRC, RRU
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Questioning neoliberal capitalism and economic inequality in business schools
M Fotaki, A Prasad
Academy of Management Learning & Education 14 (4), 556-575, 2015
1212015
Seeing through smoke and mirrors: A critical analysis of marketing CSR
A Prasad, I Holzinger
Journal of Business Research 66 (10), 1915-1921, 2013
1152013
Entrepreneurship amid concurrent institutional constraints in less developed countries
TA Khoury, A Prasad
Business & Society 55 (7), 934-969, 2016
842016
Playing the game and trying not to lose myself: A doctoral student’s perspective on the institutional pressures for research output
A Prasad
Organization 20 (6), 936-948, 2013
812013
Beyond analytical dichotomies
A Prasad
Human Relations 65 (5), 567-595, 2012
782012
The impossibility of social distancing among the urban poor: the case of an Indian slum in the times of COVID-19
KP Wasdani, A Prasad
Local Environment 25 (5), 414-418, 2020
712020
Critical management studies and business ethics: A synthesis and three research trajectories for the coming decade
A Prasad, AJ Mills
Journal of Business Ethics 94 (2), 227-237, 2010
682010
You can’t go home again: And other psychoanalytic lessons from crossing a neo-colonial border
A Prasad
Human Relations 67 (2), 233-257, 2014
602014
Why do women still not make it to the top? Dominant organizational ideologies and biases by promotion committees limit opportunities to destination positions
ER Auster, A Prasad
Sex Roles 75 (5), 177-196, 2016
542016
Contesting hegemony through genealogy: Foucault and cross cultural management research
A Prasad
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 9 (3), 359-369, 2009
492009
Cyborg writing as a political act: Reading Donna Haraway in organization studies
A Prasad
Gender, Work & Organization 23 (4), 431-446, 2016
412016
Sex-based harassment and organizational silencing: How women are led to reluctant acquiescence in academia
D Fernando, A Prasad
human relations 72 (10), 1565-1594, 2019
282019
Liminal transgressions, or where should the critical academy go from here? Reimagining the future of doctoral education to engender research sustainability
A Prasad
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 26, 108-116, 2015
282015
Corporeal ethics in an ethnographic encounter: A tale of embodiment from the Occupied Palestinian Territories
A Prasad
Scandinavian Journal of Management 30 (4), 525-531, 2014
272014
Critical accounting research in hyper-racial times
M Annisette, A Prasad
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 43, 5-19, 2017
262017
The organization of ideological discourse in times of unexpected crisis: Explaining how COVID-19 is exploited by populist leaders
A Prasad
Leadership 16 (3), 294-302, 2020
242020
Social justice interrupted? Values, pedagogy, and purpose of business school academics
M Fotaki, A Prasad
Management Learning 45 (1), 103-106, 2014
232014
Cultural relativism in human rights discourse
A Prasad
Peace review 19 (4), 589-596, 2007
232007
How does corporeality inform theorizing? Revisiting Hannah Arendt and the banality of evil
P Segarra, A Prasad
Human Studies 41 (4), 545-563, 2018
192018
From wall 1.0 to wall 2.0: Graffiti, social media, and ideological acts of resistance and recognition among Palestinian refugees
EPH Li, A Prasad
American Behavioral Scientist 62 (4), 493-511, 2018
192018
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