Putting the individual in context: paths, capitals and topologies of learning

By James Faulconbridge

James Faulconbridge is Professor of Transnational Management at Lancaster University. His research focuses upon the globalisation of professional service firms. Recent articles have examined the nature of stretched communities of learning in such firms, and institutional effects on globalising firms. He is co-author of

and editor of


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Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation
Volume 32, Issue 1

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