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Stefan Heusinkveld is an Associate Professor at the Department of Management and Organization of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He obtained a PhD from the Radboud University Nijmegen with a dissertation on transience and persistence in management thinking. After his PhD he visited Durham University, the Stockholm School of Economics and Cardiff Business School. His current research concentrates on the production and consumption of management ideas with a special interest in studying the role of professions and occupations, management consultancies, management gurus [click here for article on Managementsite.nl], and the business media. He has published on these topics in journals such as Accounting, Auditing & Accountability JournalBritish Journal of ManagementHuman RelationsInformation & ManagementInternational Journal of Management Reviews, Journal of Health, Organization & ManagementJournal of Management Studies, Journal of Professions and OrganizationManagement LearningOrganization StudiesQuality & QuantityScandinavian Journal of Management, and Technovation. He serves on the editorial boards of Organization, Organization Studies and Journal of Professions and Organization. Stefan's work has also been published by Routlegde, Oxford University Press, and Cambridge University Press (forthcoming). His recent book De Managementideeënfabriek was nominated by the Ooa as book of the year 2018. Stefan is one of the lead coordinators of the EGOS standing Working Group on "Management, occupations and professions in social context".


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