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Dr Sam Dallyn

Senior Lecturer

Department: Newcastle Business School

Sam Dallyn

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • From resistance and control to normative orders: The Wire’s Cedric Daniels as an ethical bureaucrat, Dallyn, S., Marinetto, M. 1 Mar 2022, In: Human Relations
  • The challenge of building a scalable postcapitalist commons: The limits of FairCoin as a commons-based cryptocurrency, Dallyn, S., Frenzel, F. 1 May 2021, In: Antipode
  • An examination of the political salience of corporate tax avoidance: A case study of the Tax Justice Network, Dallyn, S. 1 Dec 2017, In: Accounting Forum
  • Cryptocurrencies as market singularities: The strange case of Bitcoin, Dallyn, S. 3 Sep 2017, In: Journal of Cultural Economy
  • The academic as public intellectual: Examining public engagement in the professionalised academy, Dallyn, S., Marinetto, M., Cederstrom, C. 1 Dec 2015, In: Sociology
  • Naming the ideological reflexively: Contesting organizational norms and practices, Dallyn, S. 1 Mar 2014, In: Organization
  • Innovation and financialisation: Unpicking a close association, Dallyn, S. 1 Aug 2011, In: Ephemera
  • The paradox of order: Reimagining ideological domination, Bloom, P., Dallyn, S. 16 Feb 2011, In: Journal of Political Ideologies

  • Government PhD December 11 2009
  • National Teaching Fellow (NTF) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2021


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