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Relevant across a range of management courses, the Third Edition of A Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book about Studying Organizations offers students a lively, focused and challenging discussion of classical and current ideas about organizations and their management. This new edition looks has been updated in light of the financial crisis and shows how the resulting sovereign debt crisis has led to job cuts, more insecure employment and a move back to more traditional management techniques. Containing a new foreword, the third edition also covers issues such as new forms of control, identity regulation and ethics. Chris Grey shies away from the sterility of conventional textbooks, offering students an accessible and palatable overview of the field of organization studies that questions and challenges the traditional literature.