Understanding the enterprise culture : themes in the work of Mary Douglas / edited by Shaun Hargreaves Heap and Angus Ross.
Contributor(s): Ross, Angus | Douglas, MaryLanguage: English Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 1992.Description: [vi], 227p. : diagrs. ; 21.5cm.ISBN: 0748603239
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Includes bibl. references. - Contents: Introduction: Mary Douglas and the enterprise culture / S.H. Heap, A. Ross; Why do people want goods? / Mary Douglas; An institutional ecology of values / Mary Douglas; The person in an enterprise culture / Mary Douglas; Citizenship in the enterprise culture / M. Hollis; Entrepreneurship, enterprise and information in economics / S.H. Heap; Convention and legitimacy: how artificial is justice? / Onora O'Neill; Environmental rsk management in an enterprise culture / T. O'Riordan; A social animal? / A. Ross; Fear of fridges: some aspects of the politics of consumption / John Street; Naturalness and the spontaneous order of the market / R. Sugden; The dynamics of cultural theory and their implications for the enterprise culture / Michael Thompson; Close encounters of the third sector kind / A. Weale.