Books

L'Ecole des patrons : Silence et morales d'entreprise à la Business School de Harvard (Paris: Editions Rue d'Ulm, 2015)

Comment sont formés les futurs patrons américains ? Quel sens moral retirent-ils de leur passage sur les bancs des fameuses business schools où ils acquièrent leur formation ? L’analyse ethnographique de l’une des plus emblématiques de ces écoles : celle de Harvard, apporte des réponses. Michel...

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Moral Gray Zones: Side-Production, Identity, and Regulation in an Aeronautic Plant (Princeton University Press, 2008)

Anyone who has been employed by an organization knows not every official workplace regulation must be followed. When management consistently overlooks such breaches, spaces emerge in which both workers and supervisors engage in officially prohibited, yet tolerated practices--gray zones. When...

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Manufacturing Morals: The Values of Silence in Business Education (University of Chicago Press, 2013)

Corporate accountability is never far from the front page and Harvard Business School trains many future business leaders. But how does HBS formally and informally ensure its members embrace proper business standards? Relying on his first-hand faculty experience, Michel Anteby takes readers inside HBS in order to draw vivid parallels between the...

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