Call for Organization special issue - 'Workers that matter and work that counts' (deadline 1st Nov 2023)

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Call for Organization special issue - 'Workers that matter and work that counts' (deadline 1st Nov 2023)

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please find attached a call for papers for a special issue of Organization, 'Workers that matter and work that counts: Organizing and accounting for value(s)'. The issue seeks to bring together insights from critical accounting and work, organization and management studies.

Papers may be submitted electronically from 1 September 2023 until the deadline date of 1st November2023 to SAGETrack at:

There will be a submission tab for the special issue that will become active on 1September 2023.

We will hold a paper development workshop on 27th April 2023, via a password protected Zoom link. The timing is to be confirmed depending on the time zones in which participants are working. The workshop will provide further editorial guidance and an opportunity to gain feedback on ideas/work in progress. To take part, please submit an abstract of no more than 1,000 words (excluding references),to by the 17th of March 2023, 23:59:59 CET. Decisions on abstracts submitted to the workshop will be communicated by3 April 2023.

Please note that participation in the workshop will not be a guarantee of acceptance of the paper for the special issue and neither is the workshop a requirement for consideration of a paper for the special issue.

For any questions about the special issue or the workshop (and to submit an abstract for the workshop, as above), please use the guest editors’ contact email:

Please kindly forward details to anyone who might be interested, and feel free to share via your networks/social media.

With best wishes,

Daniela Pianezzi, University of Verona (Italy) – lead guest editor
Junaid Ashraf, University of Essex (UK), LUMS- Lahore University of Management Sciences (Pakistan)
Leanne Cutcher, University of Sydney (Australia)
Melissa Tyler, University of Essex (UK)
Shahzad Uddin, University of Essex (UK)