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Wiley Encyclopedia of Management, 3rd Edition


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Wiley Encyclopedia of Management, 3rd Edition

Cary Cooper (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-119-97251-8 November 2014 6536 Pages


Now in its third edition, this multi-volume Encyclopedia of Management, has been revised and updated to chart the major developments that have occurred in: digital technologies; ethics and governance-related issues; innovation; emerging markets; organizational networks; and new avenues of sustainable business growth. 

  • Provides comprehensive coverage of the field of management in one a landmark work of reference for scholars, students and professionals
  • Now features two entirely new volumes on Technology & Innovation and Management Research Methodology
  • The online edition links to the wider literature and to handbooks and journals in the field
14 Volumes

New to this edition: Technology & Innovation Management , Volume 13, V K Narayanan & Gina  O’Connor.

The encyclopedia is available online through Wiley Online Library, a major database of Journals, Handbooks and reference in the field. 

Volume Subjects and Editors:

Accounting, Volume 1, Colin Clubb & Shahed Imam
Business Ethics, Volume 2, Ronald James & team, with Kenneth Goodpaster
Entrepreneurship, Volume 3, Michael Morris & Don Kuratko
Finance, Volume 4, Krishna Paudyal
HRM, Volume 5, David Guest & David Needle
International Management, Volume 6, Markus Vodosek & Deanne Hertog
Management Information Systems, Volume 7, Detmar Straub & Richard Welke
Managerial Economics, Volume 8, Robert McAuliffe
Marketing, Volume 9, Nick Lee & Andrew M. Farrell
Operations Management, Volume 10, Dr Sinéad Roden, Mike Lewis & Nigel Slack
Organizational Behavior, Volume 11, Patrick C. Flood & Yseult Freeney
Strategic Management, Volume 12, John McGee & Tanya Sammut-Bonnici
Technology & Innovation, Volume 13, V K Narayanan & Gina O’Connor


“Summing Up: Highly recommended. All levels of students through researchers/faculty; management professionals.”  (Choice, 1 August 2015)

"it is an impressive achievement, a testament to the fact that when management is carried out in an informed and imaginative way (and it is often not), then it is the most demanding and rewarding of disciplines." (Reference Reviews 2016)