Laurie Cohen
Laurie Cohen
Professor of Organization Studies, Nottingham University
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The psychology of careers in industrial and organizational settings: A critical but appreciative analysis
J Arnold, L Cohen
International review of industrial and organizational psychology 2008 23, 1-44, 2008
Spaces that matter: Gender performativity and organizational space
M Tyler, L Cohen
Organization studies 31 (2), 175-198, 2010
Social constructionism in the study of career: Accessing the parts that other approaches cannot reach
L Cohen, J Duberley, M Mallon
Journal of Vocational Behavior 64 (3), 407-422, 2004
Time for a change? Women's accounts of the move from organizational careers to self‐employment
M Mallon, L Cohen
British journal of management 12 (3), 217-230, 2001
The transition from organisational employment to portfolio working: perceptions of ‘boundarylessness’
L Cohen, M Mallon
Work, employment and society 13 (2), 329-352, 1999
Entrepreneurial identities: Reflections from two case studies
L Cohen, G Musson
Organization 7 (1), 31-48, 2000
Understanding organizations through language
S Tietze, G Musson, L Cohen
Sage, 2003
My brilliant career? Using stories as a methodological tool in careers research
L Cohen, M Mallon
International Studies of Management & Organization 31 (3), 48-68, 2001
Working for an algorithm: Power asymmetries and agency in online work settings
C Curchod, G Patriotta, L Cohen, N Neysen
Administrative science quarterly 65 (3), 644-676, 2020
’Women's business’: Are women entrepreneurs breaking new ground or simply balancing the demands of ‘women's work’in a new way?
E Green, L Cohen
Journal of Gender studies 4 (3), 297-314, 1995
Constructing scientific careers: Change, continuity and context
J Duberley, L Cohen, M Mallon
Organization studies 27 (8), 1131-1151, 2006
‘Remember I’m the bloody architect!’ Architects, organizations and discourses of profession
L Cohen, A Wilkinson, J Arnold, R Finn
Work, employment and society 19 (4), 775-796, 2005
Gendering career capital: An investigation of scientific careers
J Duberley, L Cohen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 76 (2), 187-197, 2010
Management in/as Comic Relief: Queer Theory and Gender Performativity in The Office
M Tyler, L Cohen
Gender, Work & Organization 15 (2), 113-132, 2008
Work—life balance? An autoethnographic exploration of everyday home—work dynamics
L Cohen, J Duberley, G Musson
Journal of Management Inquiry 18 (3), 229-241, 2009
‘Doublethink’: The prevalence and function of contradiction in accounts of organizational life
A El-Sawad, J Arnold, L Cohen
Human relations 57 (9), 1179-1203, 2004
The meaning professionals give to management... and strategy
J McAuley, J Duberley, L Cohen
Human relations 53 (1), 87-116, 2000
How other people shape our careers: A typology drawn from career narratives
SLC Bosley, J Arnold, L Cohen
Human Relations 62 (10), 1487-1520, 2009
The invisibility of violence: constructing violence out of the job centre workplace in the UK
V Bishop, M Korczynski, L Cohen
Work, employment and society 19 (3), 583-602, 2005
Lived experiences of offshoring: An examination of UK and Indian financial service employees' accounts of themselves and one another
L Cohen, A El-Sawad
Human Relations 60 (8), 1235-1262, 2007
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