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Journal Articles


Bourmault, Nishani and Michel Anteby. 2023. "Rebooting One’s Professional Work: The Case of French Anesthesiologists Using Hypnosis." Administrative Science Quarterly 68 (4): 913-955.

Cameron, Lindsey, Curtis K. Chan, and Michel Anteby. 2022. “Heroes From Above But Not (Always) From Within? Gig Workers’ Reactions to the Sudden Public Moralization of their Work.Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 172.


Anteby, Michel, and Audrey L. Holm. 2021. “Translating Expertise across Work Contexts: U.S. Puppeteers Move from Stage to Screen.American Sociological Review 86 (2): 310-340. 

Grodal, Stine, Michel Anteby, and Audrey L. Holm. 2021. “Achieving Rigor in Qualitative Analysis: The Role of Active Categorization in Theory Building.” Academy of Management Review 46 (3): 591-612. 

Bourmault, Nishani, and Michel Anteby. 2020. “Unpacking the Managerial Blues: How Expectations Formed in the Past Carry into New Jobs.Organization Science 31 (6): 1452-1474. 

DeCelles, Katherine A., and Michel Anteby. 2020. “Compassion in the Clink: When and How Human Services Workers Overcome Barriers to Care.Organization Science 31 (6): 1408-1431. 

Anteby, Michel, and Nicholas Occhiuto. 2020. “Stand-in Labor and the Rising Economy of Self.Social Forces 98 (3): 1287-1310. 

Anteby, Michel, and Curtis K. Chan. 2018. “A Self-Fulfilling Cycle of Coercive Surveillance: Workers’ Invisibility Practices and Managerial Justification.” Organization Science 29 (2): 247-263.


Anteby, Michel. 2017. “Sur les Traces de Michel Crozier en Amérique : Verités au pays de Veritas.” French Politics, Culture & Society 35 (3): 91-104.


Anteby, Michel, and Beth A. Bechky. 2016. “How Workplace Ethnographies Can Inform the Study of Work and Employment Relations.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review 69 (2): 501-505.


Knight, Carly, András Tilcsik, and Michel Anteby. 2016. “The Geography of Stigma Management: The Relationship Between Sexual Orientation, City Size, and Self-Monitoring. Socius 2: 1-10. 

Chan, Curtis K., and Michel Anteby. 2016. “Task Segregation as a Mechanism for Within-job Inequality: Women and Men of the Transportation Security Administration.” Administrative Science Quarterly 61 (2): 184-216. 

Anteby, Michel, Curtis K. Chan, and Julia DiBenigno. 2016. “Three Lenses on Occupations and Professions in Organizations: Becoming, Doing, and Relating.” Academy of Management Annals 10 (1): 183-244. 


Anteby, Michel. 2016. “The Ideology of Silence at the Harvard Business School: Structuring Faculty’s Teaching Tasks for Moral Relativism.Research in Sociology of Organizations 25: 103-121. 


Tilcsik, András, Michel Anteby, and Carly Knight. 2015. “Concealable Stigma and Occupational Segregation: Toward a Theory of Gay and Lesbian Occupations.Administrative Science Quarterly 60 (3): 446-481. 


Anteby, Michel, and Caitlin Anderson. 2014. “The Shifting Landscape of LGBT Organizational Research.” Research in Organizational Behavior 34: 3-25. 

Asad, Asad L, Michel Anteby, and Filiz Garip. 2014. “Who donates their bodies to science? The combined role of gender and migration status among California whole-body donors.Social Science and Medicine 106: 53-58. 


Anteby, Michel, and Amy Wrzesniewski. 2014. “In Search of the Self at Work: Young Adults' Experiences of a Dual Identity Organization.” Research in Sociology of Work 25: 13-50.


Anteby, Michel. 2013. “Relaxing the Taboo on Telling Our Own Stories: Upholding Professional Distance and Personal Involvement.Organization Science 24 (4): 1277-1290.


Anteby, Michel, Filiz Garip, Scot Lozanoff, and Paul V Martorana. 2012. “Individuals’ Decision to Co-Donate or Donate Alone: An Archival Study of Married Whole Body Donors in Hawaii.PLOS ONE 7 (8): e42673. 


Anteby, Michel, and Virag Molnar. 2012. “Collective Memory Meets Organizational Identity: Remembering to Forget in a Firm's Rhetorical History.” Academy of Management Journal 55 (3): 515-540. 

Anteby, Michel. 2010. “Markets, Morals, and Practices of Trade: Jurisdictional Disputes in the U.S. Commerce in Cadavers.Administrative Science Quarterly 55 (4): 606-638. 

Battilana, Julie, Michel Anteby, and Metin Sengul. 2010. “The Circulation of Ideas across Academic Communities: When Locals Re-import Exported Ideas.Organization Studies 31 (6): 695–713.

Anteby, Michel. 2009. “A Market for Human Cadavers in All but Name? Economic Sociology: The European Electronic Newsletter 11 (1): 3–7. 

Anteby, Michel, and Mikell Hyman. 2008. “Entrepreneurial Ventures and Whole-Body Donations: A Regional Perspective from the United States.Social Science & Medicine 66 (4): 963–969. 

Anteby, Michel. 2008. “Identity Incentives as an Engaging Form of Control: Revisiting Leniencies in an Aeronautic Plan.Organization Science 19 (2): 202-220. 

Anteby, Michel. 2006. “Factory 'Homers': Understanding a Highly Elusive, Marginal, and Illegal Practice.” Sociologie du Travail 48 (S1): e22–e38. 

Anteby, Michel. 2003. “La 'Perruque' en Usine: Approche d'une Pratique Marginale, Illegale et Fuyante.Sociologie du Travail 45 (4): 453–471. 

Anteby, Michel. 2003. “The 'Moralities' of Poaching: Manufacturing Personal Artifacts on the Factory Floor.Ethnography 4 (2): 217–239. 



Anteby, Michel. 2024. The Interloper: Lessons from Resistance in the Field. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press

Anteby, Michel. 2018. 哈佛商学院商业道德修炼课 (Chinese translation of Manufacturing Morals). Beijing: Beijing Times Chinese Press.


Anteby, Michel. 2015. L'École des patrons : Silence et morales d'entreprises à la Business School de Harvard. Paris: Editions Rue d'Ulm.

Anteby, Michel. 2013. Manufacturing Morals: The Values of Silence in Business School Education. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. 

Anteby, Michel. 2008. Moral Gray Zones: Side Productions, Identity, and Regulation in an Aeronautic Plant. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 

Book Chapters

Anteby, Michel, and Micah Rajunov. 2023. The Darker Side of Strong Organizational Cultures: Looking Forward by Looking Back.” The Handbook of the Sociology of Morality, 59-69. New York: Springer.

Anteby, Michel. 2020. Dénis, obstructions et silences : La résistance du terrain.” In Parler de Soi : Méthodes Biographiques en Sciences Sociales, 215-226. Paris: Éditions de l’EHESS.

Anteby, Michel, and Caitlin Anderson. 2017. “Management and Morality: The Elusive Corporate Morals.” Oxford Handbook of Management: Management – Past, Present and Future, 386-398. New York: Oxford University Press.

Manning, Ryann, and Michel Anteby. 2016. “Wrong Paths to Right: Defining Morality With or Without a Clear Red Line.” Organizational Wrongdoing: Key Perspectives and New Directions, edited by D. Palmer, R. Greenwood, and K. Smith-Crowe, 47-71. London: Cambridge University Press. 

Anteby, Michel. 2016. “Denials, Obstructions, and Silences: Lessons from Field Resistance (and Field Embrace).” The Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods: Innovative Pathways and Methods, edited by K. D. Elsbach and M. R. Kramer, 197-205. New York: Routledge. 


Anteby, Michel. 2015. “Un scénario écrit entre les lignes : Le silence normatif dans les notes pédagogiques de Harvard Business School.” Une anthropologie de l'éthique entrepreneuriale, ed. by G. Gallenga and J. Soldani, edited by G. Gallenga and J. Soldani, 113-132. Paris: Editions des Archives Contemporaines.

Book Reviews and Other Publications

Anteby, Michel. 2023. Book review of "Queer Career: Sexuality and Work in Modern America" by M. Canaday, Administrative Science Quarterly 68(4): NP59-NP61.


Anteby, Michel. 2018. Book review of "The Architecture of Illegal Markets: Towards an Economic Sociology of Illegality in the Economy" by J. Beckert & M. Dewey (eds.). Administrative Science Quarterly 63(4): NP40-42. 

Anteby, Michel. 2016. Book review of "Songs of the Factory: Pop Music, Culture, and Resistance" by M. Korczynski. Organization Studies, 37(3): 449-451.

Anteby, Michel. 2015. Book review of "The Moral Background: An Inquiry into the History of Business Ethics" by G. Abend. Sociologie du Travail, 57(1): 126-127.

Anteby, Michel. 2008. Book review of "Sociologie de l’Atelier: Renault, le Travail Ouvrier et le Sociologue" by G. Rot. Sociologie du Travail, 50(2): 258-260.

Anteby, Michel. 2006. Book review of "Selling Technology: The Changing Shape of Sales in an Information Economy" by A. Darr. Administrative Science Quarterly, 51(3): 522-525.

Horowitz, Sara, Stephanie Buchanan, Monica Alexandris, Michel Anteby, Naomi Rothman, Stefanie Syman, and Leyla Vural. 2005. The Rise of the Freelance Class: A New Constituency of Workers Building a Social Safety Net.” Brooklyn, NY: Working Today. 

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