Philip Roscoe is Reader in Management at the School of Management, University of St Andrews. He is interested in markets and organizing, with a focus on the moral and political dimensions of markets. He has been a Leverhulme Trust Research Fellow, and has published in leading sociology and management journals, including Organization Studies, Accounting Organizations and Society, and Organization. His monograph Creating Economy: Enterprise, Intellectual Property, and the Valuation of Goods, co-written with Barbara Townley and Nicola Searle, is published by Oxford University Press (2019). Philip is increasingly interested in involvement with practice as a critically inclined scholar, and is committed to public engagement: he was one ten winners of the inaugural AHRC BBC Radio 3 ‘New Generation Thinkers’ scheme, launched in 2011, and his book I Spend Therefore I Am was published by Viking in 2014.
byJanuary 17, 2019