Creative labour: working in the creative industries

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Palgrave Macmillan, Mar 15, 2009 - Art - 270 pages
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Creative labour has become a growing area of the market, and of management study. Alan McKinlay and Chris Smith have compiled the first book to look at the creative industries from a labour process perspective. The text concludes with an authoritative investigation into managing new media workers.

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Contents

Creative Industries and Labour Process Analysis
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Contents
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Content Contract and Control
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Copyright

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About the author (2009)

ALAN MCKINLAY is Professor of Management at the School of Management, University of St Andrews, UK. He was previously at the universities of Glasgow and Stirling. His main research interests are in reinterpreting business history using the work of Michel Foucault, and the long-run dynamics of work processes and regulatory institutions. His books include: Ford and the Human Resource (1994) (with Ken Starkey); Foucault, Management and Organisation Theory (1998).

CHRIS SMITH is Professor of Organisational Studies at the School of Management, Royal Holloway University of London, UK. He was previously at the University of Aston, and has held visiting positions at the Universities of Hong Kong, Sydney, Wollongong and Griffith. His main research interests are in the sociology of professions, labour process theory, and the comparative analysis of work. He has been active in the organization of the International Labour Process Conference for many years, and has co-edited four books in the series. Other books include: Technical Workers (1987); Reshaping Work: The Cadbury Experience (1990) (with John Child and Michael Rowlinson); Engineering Labour (1996) (with Peter Meiksins); and Assembling Work: Remaking Factory Regimes in Japanese Multinationals in Britain (2005) (with Tony Elger); Remaking Management, between Global and Local (2008) (with Bredan McSweeney and Robert Fitzgerald).

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