Fahreen Alamgir
Fahreen Alamgir
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Contested compliance regimes in global production networks: Insights from the Bangladesh garment industry
F Alamgir, SB Banerjee
Human Relations 72 (2), 272-297, 2019
692019
Economic inequality of the badli workers of Bangladesh: Contested entitlements and a ‘perpetually temporary’ life-world
F Alamgir, G Cairns
Human Relations 68 (7), 1131-1153, 2015
322015
Ethics of resistance in organisations: A conceptual proposal
ON Alakavuklar, F Alamgir
Journal of Business Ethics 149 (1), 31-43, 2018
172018
Compliance codes and women workers’(mis) representation and (non) recognition in the apparel industry of Bangladesh
F Alamgir, ON Alakavuklar
Journal of Business Ethics, 1-16, 2018
152018
Corruption and Parliamentary Oversight: Primacy of the Political Will
F Alamgir, T Mahmud, I Ftke
seminar to mark the International Anti-Corruption Day, 2006
142006
Inevitable invasion: local interpretations of a global order
F Alamgir
7th Critical Management Studies Conference, Naples, 2011
42011
Business at the Cost of Life: Experience of the Apparel Workers' of Bangladesh
F Alamgir
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 14637, 2014
32014
Conflicting regimes of legitimacy of the state: exploring rightscentric management
F Alamgir
73rd Academy of Management Conference, Orlando, 2013
32013
Development or dispossession?
F Alamgir, G Cairns
critical perspectives on international business, 2014
22014
Top Reviewers
I Aaltio, A Abdalla, HA Abdelgaffar, S Abdelgawad, G Abord-Hugon Nonet, ...
Journal of Business Ethics 168, 881-897, 2021
2021
Stateless People, Organisation & Management of Genocide & Humanitarian Crisis: Rohingya & Rights
F Alamgir
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 13112, 2020
2020
Top Reviewers
M Abbas, S Abdelgawad, EE Abdelhak, S Abdelnour, IK Abdul-Hamid, ...
Journal of Business Ethics 162, 251-264, 2020
2020
Dignity, Sanctity, and Survivability–Inequality and Women’s Work Dignity, Sanctity, and Survivabi
F Alamgir
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 13054, 2019
2019
Dignity, sanctity, and survivability–inequality and women's work of the jute mills of Bangladesh
F Alamgir
Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management 2019, 2019
2019
Exploring Compliance Code and the Making of Ethics Focusing on Bangladeshi Apparel Industry
F Alamgir, ON Alakavuklar
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 13569, 2018
2018
Acknowledgement to Reviewers of Social Sciences in 2017
G Abel, M Ahmad, Z Akhtar, F Alamgir, A Aliverti, C Alksnis, P Anastasio, ...
Soc. Sci 7, 15, 2018
2018
Inequality regimes and experience of the women workers of the jute mills of Bangladesh
F Alamgir
Organisation Studiew, ---, 2015
2015
Struggling for Survivability or Managing Governance? Resistance of the Jute Community of Bangladesh
F Alamgir
Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (1), 15339, 2015
2015
‘We don’t see who exactly run the state, do we?’: the state’s role in governance: insights from the jute sector of Bangladesh
F Alamgir
Decision 41 (2), 181-192, 2014
2014
A PEOPLES’PERSPECTIVE ON RIGHTS CENTRIC INDUSTRIAL RESTRUCTURING AND SUSTAINABILITY: A CASE STUDY ON THE STATE OWNED JUTE MILLS OF BANGLADESH
F Alamgir
RMIT University, 2013
2013
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