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Strategy, spectacle, or self-emptying? Sacrifice and the search for business ethics

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Strategy, spectacle, or self-emptying? Sacrifice and the search for business ethics. / Roscoe, Philip John.

Mimesis and Sacrifice: Applying Girard’s Mimetic Theory across the Disciplines. ed. / Marcia Pally. Bloomsbury Academic, 2019.

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Harvard

Roscoe, PJ 2019, Strategy, spectacle, or self-emptying? Sacrifice and the search for business ethics. in M Pally (ed.), Mimesis and Sacrifice: Applying Girard’s Mimetic Theory across the Disciplines. Bloomsbury Academic.

APA

Roscoe, P. J. (2019). Strategy, spectacle, or self-emptying? Sacrifice and the search for business ethics. In M. Pally (Ed.), Mimesis and Sacrifice: Applying Girard’s Mimetic Theory across the Disciplines Bloomsbury Academic.

Vancouver

Roscoe PJ. Strategy, spectacle, or self-emptying? Sacrifice and the search for business ethics. In Pally M, editor, Mimesis and Sacrifice: Applying Girard’s Mimetic Theory across the Disciplines. Bloomsbury Academic. 2019

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Roscoe, Philip John. / Strategy, spectacle, or self-emptying? Sacrifice and the search for business ethics. Mimesis and Sacrifice: Applying Girard’s Mimetic Theory across the Disciplines. editor / Marcia Pally. Bloomsbury Academic, 2019.

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