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Publications

by members of

Department of Development Studies
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Port Elizabeth, South Africa

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Working papers

2019

  1. Frederik Claeye, 2019. "Le management en Afrique : authenticité, échanges culturels et hybridité," Post-Print hal-01914130, HAL.
  2. Michael Brookes & Frederik Claeye & Sandra Ramos, 2019. "Social enterprises as vehicle for an inclusive development: the case of Siya Sebenza in South Africa," Post-Print hal-02591280, HAL.

2018

  1. Winston Hyman van Zyl & Frederik Claeye & Véronique Flambard, 2018. "Money, people or mission? Accountability in local and non-local NGOs," Post-Print hal-02108267, HAL.
  2. Hyman van Zyl & Frederik Claeye, 2018. "Up and Down, and Inside Out: Where do We Stand on NGO Accountability?," Post-Print hal-02108248, HAL.

2017

  1. Frederik Claeye, 2017. "A typology of social entrepreneuring models in South Africa," Post-Print hal-01744519, HAL.

2013

  1. F. Claeye, 2013. "International management ethics: A critical, cross-cultural perspective, [Review of the book International management ethics: A critical, cross-cultural perspective, by T. Jackson]," Post-Print hal-00848452, HAL.

2012

  1. F. Claeye, 2012. "Contextualising non-profit management in sub-Sahara Africa: Understanding cross-cultural interaction at the global/local interface," Post-Print hal-00778973, HAL.
  2. F. Claeye & T. Jackson, 2012. "The iron cage re-revisited: Institutional isomorphism in non-profit organisations in South Africa," Post-Print hal-00779050, HAL.

2011

  1. F. Claeye & T. Jackson, 2011. "Project delivery in HIV/AIDS and TB in Southern Africa: The cross-cultural management imperative," Post-Print hal-00779044, HAL.
  2. T. Jackson & F. Claeye, 2011. "Cross-cultural management and NGO capacity building," Post-Print hal-00779100, HAL.
  3. F. Claeye, 2011. "Hybridisation in non-profit organisations in Southern Africa : a critical cross-cultural reading," Post-Print hal-00675621, HAL.
  4. F. Claeye, 2011. "Commentary on Chapter 8," Post-Print hal-00675652, HAL.
  5. F. Claeye, 2011. "Book review: Gavin Jack and Robert Westwood: International and cross-cultural management studies: A postcolonial reading," Post-Print hal-00778938, HAL.

2010

  1. F. Claeye, 2010. "Book Review: Slawomir Magala, The Management of Meaning in Organizations. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. ISBN 978-0-230-01361-9 (hbk), 265 pp. 55/$85," Post-Print hal-00778918, HAL.

Journal articles

2019

  1. Hyman Zyl & Frederik Claeyé, 2019. "Up and Down, and Inside Out: Where do We Stand on NGO Accountability?," The European Journal of Development Research, Palgrave Macmillan;European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI), vol. 31(3), pages 604-619, July.

2013

  1. Claeyé, Frederik, 2013. "International Management Ethics: A Critical, Cross-Cultural Perspective, by Terence Jackson (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011). ISBN: 9780521618656," Business Ethics Quarterly, Cambridge University Press, vol. 23(2), pages 331-334, April.

2012

  1. Frederik Claeyé & Terence Jackson, 2012. "The Iron Cage Re‐Revisited: Institutional Isomorphism In Non‐Profit Organisations In South Africa," Journal of International Development, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 24(5), pages 602-622, July.
  2. Frederik Claeyé, 2012. "Contextualising non-profit management in Sub-Sahara Africa: Understanding cross-cultural interaction at the global/local interface," African Journal of Economic and Management Studies, Emerald Group Publishing, vol. 3(2), pages 159-183, September.

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