MSR Book Series
IAMSR is launching a book series to be published by De Gruyter, titled Management, Spirituality & Religion, with the first book to be published in 2021.
The series will encompass a wide range of issues pertinent to this field, including authored and edited volumes.
Prof. Yochanan Altman, University of Haifa and WU, Vienna
Konstantin Weicht, Tzu Chi University, Taiwan
Dr. Judi Neal, Edgewalkers, USA
Prof. Kathryn Pavlovich, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Prof. Wolfgang Mayrhofer, WU, Austria
Prof. Ian Mitroff, UC Berkeley, USA
Prof. Sir Cary Cooper, University of Manchester, UK
Prof. David Boje, New Mexico State University, USA
Prof. Ramnath Narayanswamy, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India
Prof. László Zsolnai, Cornivus University, Hungary
Prof. Léo-Paul Dana, Montpellier Business School, France and Dalhousie University, Canada
Prof. Monika Kostera, Jagiellonian University, Poland
Prof. Nurit Zeidman, Ben-Gurion University, Israel
Prof. Nada Kakabadse, University of Reading, UK
Prof. Chris Laszlo, Case Western Reserve University, USA
Prof. Noha El-Bassiouni, The German University in Cairo, Egypt
There are currently two titles under production. The first book in the series is due to be published in late 2021: Workplace spirituality – making a difference edited by Yochanan Altman, Judi Neal and Wolfgang Mayrhofer will provide a snapshot of the field and a research agenda. The second book is scheduled for late 2022: Successful Chinese Family Businesses: An Archaeological and Anthropological Journey into Well-being by Joey NG Kong Man.
This series will be comprised of edited and authored volumes on management, spirituality and religion (writ large). These volumes will reflect the findings of the latest academic research and thinking in these fields. The strength of this book series lies in its comprehensive coverage and systematic examination of mainstream topics, such as: public governance, entrepreneurship, industrial relations, branding, corruption, business ethics; key business sectors, such as: tourism, health, consumer goods, transport, design; major organizational functions, such as: human resource management, marketing, logistics, strategy; topical issues, such as: mindfulness, well-being, institutional rituals & routines; life cycle issues, such as: the organization of rites-of-passage, the management of death & dying; and of course management/organization related aspects of faith (atheism included) and spirituality (including indigenous and folklore).