Tag Archives: Social sciences

Losing Legitimacy, Facebook edition

As I have mentioned before, I have been very interested in how online companies can lose and/or manage their legitimacy. It is a difficult conundrum for these companies. Perhaps the most challenged of the internet behemoths is Facebook, whose power … Continue reading

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Politics, measurement and morals: the biodiversity offsets trilogy

As I mentioned in a previous blog post, back in August the third paper derived from my PhD was published in New Political Economy. It was quite an important moment for me, not just from a work point of view, … Continue reading

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A Lecture on Case Studies

Every year I deliver a number of sessions on the Case Study method. Or maybe methods. Or maybe… let’s not get there. The session is targeted at post-graduates (MSc, PhD, DBS) in the Faculty of Business and Law at Coventry … Continue reading

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