Redirections in the study of expert labour : established professions and new expert occupations
Muzio, Daniel; Ackroyd, Stephen; Chanlat, Jean-François (2008), Redirections in the study of expert labour : established professions and new expert occupations, Palgrave Macmillan : New-york, p. 272
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Abstract (EN)This book explores recent theoretical and empirical advances in the understanding of how professional and knowledge-based occupations are organised. Focusing in particular on the differences between established and emerging forms of expert work, this collection of papers are representative of recent authoritative work in this rapidly developing field. Theauthors suggests that despite some serious challenges, professionalism retains its viability as a work organisation method and continues to exercise a strong influence on the organisation and delivery of expertise.
Subjects / KeywordsExpertise; Professions
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