People

Dr Hamid Foroughi

Senior Lecturer
EBS - Management and Marketing
Dr Hamid Foroughi

Profile

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Senior Lecturer, Essex Business School (15/3/2022 - present)

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Understanding Value and Values (BE402)

  • Business and International Development (BE422)

  • Innovation and Sustainability (BE448)

  • Independent Research Project: Management/Marketing (BE939)

  • Research Methods in Marketing (BE965)

  • Research Methods in Management (BE969)

  • Independent Study Project: Management/Marketing (BE938)

Publications

Journal articles (11)

Coraiola, D., Foster, W., Mena, S., Foroughi, H. and Rintamäki, J., (2023). Ecologies of Memories: Memory Work Within and Between Organizations and Communities. The Academy of Management Annals. 17 (1), 373-404

Fotaki, M. and Foroughi, H., (2022). Extinction Rebellion: Green activism and the fantasy of leaderlessness in a decentralized movement. Leadership. 18 (2), 224-246

Coslor, E., Foroughi, H. and Hwang, H., (2022). Editorial: Virtual books, person-books and new media artefacts: The expanding remit of the Organization Studies review section. Organization Studies. 43 (11), 1857-1860

Preuss, L., Vazquez-Brust, D., Yakovleva, N., Foroughi, H. and Mutti, D., (2022). When social movements close institutional voids: Triggers, processes, and consequences for multinational enterprises. Journal of World Business. 57 (1), 101283-101283

Foroughi, H., Coraiola, DM., Rintamäki, J., Mena, S. and Foster, WM., (2020). Organizational Memory Studies. Organization Studies. 41 (12), 1725-1748

Foroughi, H., (2020). Collective Memories as a Vehicle of Fantasy and Identification: Founding stories retold. Organization Studies. 41 (10), 1347-1367

Foroughi, H. and Al-Amoudi, I., (2020). Collective Forgetting in a Changing Organization: When memories become unusable and uprooted. Organization Studies. 41 (4), 449-470

Foroughi, H., Gabriel, Y. and Fotaki, M., (2019). Leadership in a post-truth era: A new narrative disorder?. Leadership. 15 (2), 135-151

McSweeney, M., Kikulis, L., Thibault, L., Hayhurst, L. and van Ingen, C., (2019). Maintaining and disrupting global-North hegemony/global-South dependence in a local African sport for development organisation: the role of institutional work. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics. 11 (3), 521-537

Choi, MS. and Durcikova, A., (2014). Are Printed Documents Becoming Irrelevant? The Role of Perceived Usefulness of Knowledge Repositories in Selecting From Knowledge Sources. Communications of the Association for Information Systems. 34 (1), 751-774

(2014). Improvising Theory: Process and Temporality in Ethnographic Fieldwork. Journal of Organizational Ethnography. 3 (2), 291-294

Conferences (1)

Aslani, S., King, BG. and Foroughi, H., (2013). "Framing, Resonance, and Micro-Mobilization:Shall We Say What We Are For, or What We Are Against?"

Contact

hamid.foroughi@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 873079

Location:

EBS.3.23, Colchester Campus