Sub-theme 19: Power, Democracy and Organization: From Elite Hegemony to Political Dissent [merged with sub-theme 67]

Michal Frenkel, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Shamus Khan, Columbia University, USA
Carl Rhodes, Macquarie University, Australia
Session I: Thursday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, Fisica 3
Elites in their Contexts
Chair: Shamus Khan
Glenn Morgan
Continuity and change in UK economic elites
Sibel Yamak, Wafa Khlif and Sami El Omari
The economic elite and the process of democratization
Michal Frenkel
Gendering Elite Theory – Power, Control and Gender at the World Economic Forum
Session II: Thursday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, Fisica 3
Ethics and Resistance
Chair: Carl Rhodes
Thibaut Bardon, Emmanuel Josserand, Stewart Clegg and Carl Rhodes
Biocracy and the hijacking of ethics: Are new forms of organization control irresistable?
Vesa Puhakka and Anniina Rantakari
Entrepreneuring practice: Resisting as a productive force
Anna Zueva-Owens
Professional corporate responsibility managers as agents of dissent
Session III: Thursday, July 07, 16:00 to 17:30, Fisica 3
Elites and their Politics
Chair: Glenn Morgan
Yuan Li
Elite controversy and the institutional change of China's stock market
Christian Linder
The legitimatization of leadership action and strategic rationality: A framework
Itziar Castelló Molina, David Barbera and Charlene Zietsma
Framing grand challenges and the challenge of online mobilization of action
Benedikte Borgström
Ethico-politics of the road freight transport markets
Session IV: Friday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, Fisica 3
The Social Responsibility of Elites
Chair: Michal Frenkel
Rami Kaplan
When business schools act as organic intellectuals for the corporate elite The constitution, unification, and knowledge/power effects of corporate responsibility theorization in Harvard Business Review, 1945–1960
Eva Passarge
Strong tie networks in "elitist" non-profit organizations - characteristics and economic effects: the case of lodges and guilds
Noa Krauz-Lahav and Adriana Kemp
Between old money, new philanthropy and social protest: An ethnography of the 'next generation' of the Israeli economic elite
Vontrese D. Pamphile
Between upholding and upending the philanthropic connections of the corporate elite
Session V: Friday, July 08, 14:00 to 15:30, Fisica 3
Science, Power and Ethics
Chair: Glenn Morgan
Gerard Hanlon
The first neo-liberal science – Management and neo-liberalism
Balazs Fazekas
Elites and their long shadows in motion: How the Japanese institutionalized elite is attempting to transform the life science industry
Patrizia Zanoni and Marjan De Coster
Gender and Governance in the Neoliberal University: Accountability, Moral Selves, and Possibilities of Consent and Dissent
Will Lewis
Hegemony in the discourse of strategic management and the ethico-politics of innovation: Making (sense of) genetic modification events
Session VI: Saturday, July 09, 09:00 to 10:30, Fisica 3
Governing Elites
Chair: Carl Rhodes
Kanimozhi Narayanan and Susan E. Murphy
A conceptual model of workplace deviance behaviours in India and UK
Marie-Léandre Gomez and Isabelle Bouty
Expanding the Michelin star galaxy: Internationalization, transnationalization and domination in the haute cuisine field
Nikodemus Solitander and Martin Fougère
Dissent in Consensusland: An agonistic problematization of multistakeholder governance
Emma Jeanes
How do they know what is right? Exploring collective ethical decision-making in an organisation
Session VII: Saturday, July 09, 11:00 to 12:30, Fisica 3
The Ethics of Business Elites
Chair: Shamus Khan
Arun Kumar
The power of a gift: The making of modern India and its elite
Carl Rhodes and Alison Pullen
Oh God! Business ethics and the glorification of the sovereign corporate pater
Amon Barros and Marcus Vinícius Peinado Gomes
Human rights and management: United Nation’s frameworks and the diffusion of a world view from the North
Antoine Vion, François-Xavier Dudouet, Eric Grémont and Philippe Blanchard
Bank centrality revisited: Financial power in the Eurozone elite networks