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Professor David Weir

  • Professor - Intercultural Management
  • York Business School
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Number of items: 26.

Article

Megheirkouni, Majd and Weir, David (2019) Insights into informal practices of sport leadership in the middle east: the impact of positive and negative wasta. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics. pp. 1-18.

Weir, David (2017) Singing the critical life: folk, place, and the palimpsest of rhythms in the beat of the city. Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 6 (1). pp. 46-59.

McKenna, Steve, Ravishankar, M.N. and Weir, David (2015) Critical perspectives on the globally mobile professional and managerial class. Critical perspectives on international business, 11 (2). pp. 118-121.

Khdour, Naser, Harris, Martin and Weir, David (2014) The Imperial Legacies of T. E. Lawrence: A Study in Political and Organizational Hybridity. International Business Research, 7 (8). pp. 123-133.

Weir, David (2013) Leadership in a desert war: Bernard Montgomery as an unusual leader. Review of Enterprise and Management Studies (REAMS), 1 (1). pp. 11-22.

Weir, David (2013) Tales of the Field: On Writing Ethnography /John van Maanen. Chicago: Second edition 2011 The University of Chicago Press 216 pp, ISBN: 9780226849645 [Book review]. Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 2 (2). pp. 210-212.

van de Bunt‐Kokhuis, Sylvia and Weir, David (2013) Serving culturally diverse e‐learners in business schools. Multicultural Education & Technology Journal, 7 (1). pp. 17-45.

Humphreys, John, Pane-Haden, Stephanie, Hayek, Mario, Einstein, Jacqueline, Fertig, Jason, Paczkowski, William and Weir, David (2013) Entrepreneurial Stewardship and Implicit CSR: The Responsible Leadership of Lillian Shedd McMurry. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2012 (1). p. 10022.

Weir, David and Bazin and Elen Riot, Yoann (2013) Knowledge in the feet: the “beauté du geste” in the “beautiful game”. Society and Business Review, 8 (3). pp. 235-250.

Weir, David (2010) Modernity, Religion and the war on Terror: by Richard Dien Wingfield {Book Review]. Theological Book Reviews.

Weir, David (2009) Islamic Finance: The Regulatory Challenge /Edited by Simon Archer and Rifaat Ahmed Abdel Karim. John Wiley and Sons (Asia) Pvt Ltd, 2007. [Book review]. International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management, 2 (1). pp. 80-82.

Book Section

Ali, S. and Weir, David (2019) Wasta in Jordanian banking: An emic approach to culture-specific concept of social networking and its power-implications. In: Mahadevan, Jasmin, Primecz, Henriett and Romani, Laurence, (eds.) Critical Cross-Cultural Management: An Intersectional Approach to Culture. Routledge Studies in International Business and the World Economy . Routledge (In Press)

Weir, David, Sultan, Nabil and Bunt, Sylvia van de (2019) Doing Business in the Arab World: Unlocking the Potential of Wasta. In: Globalization and Development. Springer, pp. 323-341

Clarke, D. W., Weir, David and Patrick, H. (2018) Craft Beer, Cicerones and Changing Identities in Beer Serving. In: Kelliher, C. and Richardson, J., (eds.) Work, Working and Work Relationships in a Changing World. Routledge, pp. 119-140

Weir, David (2018) Leadership in the Arab Middle East. In: Western, Simon and Garcia, Eric-Jean, (eds.) Global Leadership, Perspectives: Insights and Analysis. Sage, pp. 11-18

Weir, David (2017) An Autoethnographic Account of Gender and Workflow Processes in a Commercial Laundry. In: Vine, T., Clark, J., Richards, S. and Weir, David, (eds.) Ethnographic Research and Analysis : Anxiety, Identity and Self. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 171-189

Weir, David and Clarke, Daniel (2017) What Makes the Autoethnographic Analysis Authentic? In: Vine, T., Clark, J., Richards, S. and Weir, David, (eds.) Ethnographic Research and Analysis. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 127-154

Weir, David, Sultan, Nabil and Van De Bunt, Sylvia (2016) Wasta: A Scourge or a Useful Management and Business Practice? In: The Political Economy of Wasta: Use and Abuse of Social Capital Networking. Springer, pp. 23-31

Brandstaetter, Thomas, Bamber, David and Weir, David (2016) Wasta: Triadic trust in Jordanian Business. In: Ramady, A., (ed.) The political economy of wasta: use and abuse of social capital networking:. Berlin, Springer, pp. 65-78

Weir, David and Örtenblad, Anders (2013) Obstacles to the learning organization : adaptation and Context. In: Örtenblad, Anders, (ed.) Handbook Of Research On The Learning Organization: Adaptation and Context. Edward Elgar, pp. 68-86

Weir, David (2013) Critical Management: The Longer Haul Described in Almost Polemic Mode. In: Malin, Virpi, Murphy, Jonathan and Siltaoja, Marjo, (eds.) Getting Things Done. Dialogues in Critical Management Studies (2). Emerald, pp. 23-50

Monograph

Weir, David (2014) Ahlem Amana Worries About its Investment in a High Tech Company. Other. Higher Education Academy.

Conference or Workshop Item

Weir, David and Ali, S. (2019) An Emic Approach To An ‘Indigenous’ Concept Of Business And Social Networking. In: British Academy of Management Conference, 3rd - 5th September 2019, Aston University, Birmingham. (Unpublished)

Ali, S. and Weir, David (2019) Wasta: towards an integrated approach. In: ICOM 2019, 12-13th June 2019, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (Unpublished)

Book

Vine, T., Clark, J., Richards, S. and Weir, David, eds. (2017) Ethnographic Research and Analysis : Anxiety, Identity and Self. Palgrave Macmillan

Vine, Tom, Clark, Jessica, Richards, Sarah and Weir, David, eds. (2017) Ethnographic research and analysis: Anxiety, identity and self. Palgrave Macmillan

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