Book Project Update

Managing for Social Justice: Harnessing Management Theory and Practice for Collective Well-Being – Call for Contributions

Editors: Latha Poonamallee, Anita Howard & Simy Joy

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

The goal of the book is to curate and share knowledge on cutting edge, critical, and generative approaches to management scholarship, teaching, and practice that is focused on social justice, inclusion, equity, and environmental sustainability and go beyond the business school, the for-profit corporation, profit maximization, and managerialist agendas.

Shortlisted chapter authors have been informed and will submit full chapters by Dec 31, 2021.

Project Timeline

  • Deadline for complete chapter submission, Dec 31, 2021
  • Feedback to Authors: Jan 31, 2022
  • Revised Submission Deadline: March 1, 2022
  • Final Manuscript Submission to Publisher, May 1, 2022
  • Tentative Publication Date: Dec 2022.


List of Shortlisted Authors and Titles

Jacqueline ToppinEvaluating New York City’s Public School’s Management of Distance Learning and Connectivity in the Age of COVID-19
Anita Howard, Matt SmithAdvacing Equity and Racial Justice in STEM Education
Ravi Sreedharan, Trisha VermaPhilanthropy for Social Justice
Dr Minu Mehta and Ms Kavita Mishra PandeyRedefining the ‘Other’ as ‘Self’: Universal Human Values, An Innovative Initiative by the All India Council for Technical Education for promoting an Inclusive World View
Tamara StennHow entrepreneurship program structure and pedagogue support motivation and activation of entrepreneurial mindsets in neurodiverse student entrepreneurs.
Pamela LeeExperiential Learning for the MBA: Career Preparation for Nontraditional Students
Tom KohntoppSustainability Leadership: Current Perspective and Future Adaptation
Mies de KoningCharging Collective Ability; Rethinking the Power of Action Learning for Inclusive Organizations
Deniz OzturkFrom liminality to inclusion: Cooperatives as catalysts for refugee women’s identity work
Conrad WalkerLong walk to community development: Centering organizations, organizing, and organizational fields in neighborhood and community development praxis
Katie FongThe Interrogatory Imperative: Hope & Persistence from 20 Years of Interrogating Whiteness in OD
Carrie Neal, Anthony Meyers, and Katie FongDe-neutralizing the Organizational Assessment Canon: Framing EDI, Power, and Identity to Advance Sustainable Change
Dr. Bryce AdamsSocial Exclusion and Socioeconomic Inequalities of Black STEM Workers: A Systematic Review of the Literature
Ashwin Goutham GopiThe tension between the rhetoric and practice in the circular economy: The case of upcycling
Dr.Minu Zachariah & Dr.A.Satya NandiniWork Place Transformation in India: Transgender Inclusion
Udyan Dar & Susan CaseDecolonizing Management in the Emerging Economies: A Nandian Perspective
Shruti Dhaundiyal, Dhriti DhuandiyalTowards developing a Conceptualization of Social Justice in Environmental Management Plans
Nidhi SrinivasUsing classrooms to sensitize students to value extraction and ways of resisting
Sujatha JesudasonCourageous Conversations
Tiger RahmanManaging Continuous Change for Good: A Conceptual Model for Organizational DEI Initiatives
Afsal Najeeb, Mohammed Shahid AbdullaBalancing Commerce and Conviction: Emerging Business Models for News Media
Shaswat ShuklaSocial Justice : A Micro Policy Perspective
Simy Joy & Priya RajeevCSR and social justice
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