Abstract: A sharp problem focus sharpens the problem. Sustainably ongrowing bodies of text on degrowth are not the key to post-growth scenarios because evocations of the limits of growth reinforce rather than transcend the economic principle, which is in the observation of scarcity. We therefore focus on alternative forms of growth rather than alternatives to […]Read more "Release | Growth strategies for post-growth societies"
Roth, S. (2014), The things that go without saying. On performative differences between business value communication and communication on business values, International Journal of Business Performance Management, Vol. 15 No. 3, 175-191. This article argues that analyses of value semantics in organisational image brochures, websites, and further official documents do not give information about an organisation’s ethical […]Read more "Release | Business value communication and communication on business values"
Roth, S. (2013), Common values? Fifty-two cases of value semantics copying on corporate websites, Human Systems Management, Vol. 32 No. 4, pp. 249-265. Abstract: The present article claims that value communication literally goes without saying. Research in organizational value communication as in corporate image documents is therefore assumed to have nothing to do with the analysis […]Read more "Release | Fifty-two cases of value semantics copying on corporate websites"