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Maria
Daskalaki
Professor of Organization Studies in Roehampton Business School at University of Roehampton
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Professor of Organization Studies, Roehampton Business School, University of Roehampton, London, UK

Research Interests
Political economy
Organization Theory
Management
Sociology
Professional Skills
Urbanism
Organizational Theory
Sociology
Narrative Analysis
Organizational Learning
Organizational Development
Journalism
Organizational Culture
Business Management
Social and Cultural Anthropology
Metrics Overview
Publications
78
Since 2000
Citations
1,022 / 1,083
Worldwide
Avg. Citations
14
Per publication
G-Index
18
In past 5 years
Work Experience
Professor
University of Roehampton 2017 - Present
Associate Professor, Overseas Collaborations,Academic Liason Director
Kingston Business School 2016 - 2018
Senior Lecturer / International programmes liaison Co-ordinator
Kingston Business School 2002 - 2016
Education
American University of Greece
Bachelor's Degree , Psychology
Lancaster University Management School
Master's Degree , Organizational Analysis and Behaviour
Royal Holloway University of London
Doctoral Degree , Organization Studies
Membership
Academic Fellow
CIPD
Fellow
HEA
Media Publications
Unemployment as liminoid phenomenon: Identity trajectories in times of crisis
YouTube | 2018

https://doi.org/10.1177/0018726717737824

This article explores the formation of work identities in times of financial crisis and extreme austerity. In particular, we build upon prior studies of liminality, a state of in-betweenness and ambiguity, and explore how individuals, whose employment opportunities and career paths have been disrupted, construct their work/professional identities. The article provides grounds for the study of individuals’ capacity to challenge the neoliberal restructuring of work and the possibilities for transformation in periods of unemployment and crisis

Prizes and Awards
Social and Solidarity Initiatives in times of crisis: The case of Greece
British Academy of Management | 2016
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