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Professor Mike Reed

Professor of Organisational Analysis

Cardiff Business School

Email
reedm@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone
+44 (0)29 2087 6701
Campuses
Room D22b, Aberconway Building, Colum Road, Cathays, Cardiff, CF10 3EU

I am Professor of Organisational Analysis in the Management, Employment and Organisation Section, Cardiff University Business School (CARBS). My research interests are focused on the changing relationship between elites, experts and managers in contemporary organisations. I have a particular research interest in professionals working in public service organisations in the education and health sectors. In addition, I have made major contributions to 'theory development' within the field of organisation studies and to the debates which have crystalized around these developments. I have published extensively in a wide range of international journals such as Organisation Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Research in the Sociology of Organizations and the Journal of Professions and Organization. I am a founding editor of the international organisation theory journal, Organization. I have also held a number of academic leadership positions within Cardiff University Business School and Lancaster Management School, such as Head of Department and Associate Dean, Reserarch. Currently, I am Chair of the Shadow Management Board in CARBS.

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My research has focused on the changing relationship between elites, experts and managers in a wide range of societal, institutional and organisational settings. I have also made significant contributions to 'theory development' in the field of organisation studies, with particular reference to the implications of 'critical realism' for the study of organisations and organisational processes.  Much of my empirical research has been concerned with the ways in which the organisational settings of public service professionals - such as doctors, teachers and academics - have been transformed by the introduction of 'New Public Management' (NPM) across the public sector since the 1980s.

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