Redirections in the Study of Expert Labour: Established Professions and New Expert Occupations
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Redirections in the Study of Expert Labour: Established Professions and New Expert Occupations

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D. Muzio
467 g
217x151x22 mm

Includes new empirical research, which is international in focus
Redirections in the Study of Expert Labour: Lawyers, Doctors and Business Consultants; D.Muzio, S.Ackroyd & J-F.Chanlat PART I: DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION Change in the Legal Profession: Professional Agency and the Legal Labour Process; D.Muzio & S.Ackroyd Partnership and Professionalism in Global Law Firms: Resurgent Professionalism?; J.Flood Developments in the Jurisdictions of In-House Legal Advisors; A.Pinnington & Y.Suseno The Emergence of a New Form of Professional Community: The Case of Medicine; P.Adler & S.Woo PART II: INTERPRETING CHANGE IN CONTEMPORARY MEDICINE Medicine, Nursing and Changing Jurisdictions in the UK; M.Dent Organization and Subjectivity and the U.S. Medical Profession: Physician Responses to Structural Changes within Advanced Capitalism; T.Domagalsky Community, Market and Hierarchy in the Evolving Organization of Professional Work: The Case of Medicine; P.Alder & S-W.Kwon PART III: NEW EXPERT LABOUR: MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY AND RELATED OCCUPATIONS From Taylorism as a Product to Taylorism as a Process: Management Consultancy in a Historical Perspective; I.Kirkpatrick & Kipping Knowledge Narratives in Management Consultancy and Business Services; R.Fincham, K.Handley, T.Clark & A.Sturdy Give Professionalization a Chance: Why Management Consulting May Yet Become a Full Profession; C.McKenna The New Professionals: Professionalization and the Struggle for Occupational Control in the Field of Project Management; D.Hodgson
This book explores recent theoretical and empirical advances in the understanding of how professional occupations are organized. Focusing in particular on the differences between established and emerging forms of expert work, the authors provide unique theoretical perspectives on this rapidly developing field.