Critical Management Research in Eastern Europe: Managing the Transition

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Index of Names
Note: page numbers in bold type refer to authors of chapters in this book.
Aaltio-Marjosola, I. 6, 65–79
Acker, J. 91
Adams, D. 229
Adams, G. B. 69
Ajani, G. 40
Akopian, A. 93–4, 102
Allaire, Y. 204
Alonso, A. M. 143, 144, 163
Altmann, F-L. 170
Amann, K. 32, 37
Arrington, C. E. 114
Arthur, M. B. 165
Attwood, L. 89, 95
Azhgikhina, N. 100, 105, 106
Baburin, S. 92
Baecker, D. 36
Baglione, L. A. 189
Bailey, D. T. 43, 46, 64
Bal'burova, Y. 93
Balcerzan, E. N. 226–7
Baller, E. 219
Banks, I. M. 228
Barinaga, E. 204
Bartoszynski, K. 229
Baudrillard, J. 235
Bauman, Z. 156
Beckert, J. 14
Berger, P. 78
Bezouglyi, I. 103
Bierut, B. 220–1
Bloom, P. J. 165
Boiarsky, M. 95, 96
Boisot, M. H. 187
Bommes, M. 144
Bond, G. C. 144, 145, 146, 148
Borda, M. 48, 50, 51
Borejsza, J. 219
Bourdieu, P. 35
Bridger, S. 98, 99
Brown, B. 62, 63
Brown, M. H. 206
Bruegger, U. 37
Bruno, M. 91
Brzezin, W. 45, 47
Buck, T. 47, 53
Buckley, M. 104, 105
Bujak, Z. 223
Bulankin, V. 102
Bulytchev, K. 226, 234
Buono, A. F. 134
Burawoy, M. 62
Burr, V. 83
Burrell, G. 113
Calás, M. 111, 113, 230
Cambell, A. 187
Ceausescu, N. 147, 148, 150
Chambers, D. 202
Charman, K. 202
Cherkasova, N. 96–7, 98–9
Chia, R. 208
Clark, C. C. 189
Clark, E. 143, 168, 179, 183
Clark, K. 86
Cole, J. 47, 53
Collin, A. 165
Collingwood, R. G. 146
Colville, I. D. 161
Conger, J. A. 160
Cooke, B. 146
Cordet, A. 202
Corvellec, H. 114
Coulson, M. R. 37
Cox, T. H. 165
Cozzi, S. 202

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