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Journal articles

  • Evans, S, Whiting, R, Mackenzie Davey, K. (2020) Struggles for distinction: Classing as discursive process in UK museum work. Gender, Work & Organization. 2020; 1– 16. https://doi.org/10.1111/gwao.12433
  • Mackenzie Davey, K. and Jones, C. (2019), "Refugees’ narratives of career barriers and professional identity", Career Development International, 25 (1): 49-66. https://doi.org/10.1108/CDI-12-2018-0315
  • Pritchard, K., Mackenzie Davey, K. & Cooper, H. (2019) Aesthetic labouring and the female entrepreneur: ‘Entrepreneurship that wouldn’t chip your nails’ International Small Business Journal, 37(4), 343-364 doi.org/10.1177/0266242618823408
  • Means, A, Mackenzie Davey K. & Dewe, P (2015) Cultural Difference on the Table: Food and Drink and their Role in Multicultural Team Performance.  International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 15(3): 305-328.
  • Stanley, L. Mackenzie Davey, K & Symon, G. (2014) Exploring media construction of investment banking as dirty work, Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, 9(3):270-287. Special issue on Dirty Work
  • Joffe, M. & Mackenzie Davey, K. (2012) The problem of identity in hybrid managers: who are medical directors? The International Journal of Leadership in Public Services, Vol. 8 No. 3, pp. 161-174
  • Cooper, H. & Mackenzie Davey, K. (2011) Teaching for Life? Midlife narratives from female classroom teachers who have considered leaving the profession. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. 39(1) 83-102.
  • Liefooghe, A. & Mackenzie Davey, K. (2010) The language and organization of bullying at work. Administrative Theory and Praxis, 32(1):71-95.
  • Davey, K.M. (2008) Women’s accounts of organizational politics as a gendering process. Gender, Work and Organization. 15 (6):650-671
  • Imani, Y. and K. Mackenzie Davey (2005) ‘Knowledge Management and Culture: A Misunderstood Paradox’, The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management 4.
  • White, M. and K. Mackenzie Davey (2003) ‘Feeling valued at work? A qualitative study of corporate training consultants’, Career Development International 8(3): 228-234.
  • Sturges, J., D. Guest, N. Conway and K. Mackenzie Davey (2002) ‘A longitudinal study of the relationship between career management and organizational commitment among graduates in the first 10 years of work’, Journal of Organizational Behavior 23 (6): 731-748.
  • Murphy, M. and K. Mackenzie Davey (2002) ‘Ambiguity, ambivalence and indifference in organizational values’, Human Resource Management Journal 12(1): 17-32.
  • Liefooghe, A.P.D. and K. Mackenzie Davey (2001) ‘Accounts of Workplace Bullying: The Role of the Organization’, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 10(4): 375-392.
  • Mackenzie Davey, K. and J. Arnold (2000) ‘A multi method study of accounts of personal change by graduates starting work: Self-ratings, categories and women's discourses’, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 73(4): 461-486.
  • Sturges, J., D. Guest and K. Mackenzie Davey (2000) ‘Who's in charge? Graduates' attitudes to and experiences of career management and their relationship with organizational commitment’, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 9(3): 351-370.

Book chapters

  • Communication and Briefing Groups. (in press) Human Resource Management. Wiley Encyclopedia of Management 3rd Edition
  • Stanley, L. & Mackenzie Davey, K (2012) From high flyer to crook – how can we understand the stigmatization of investment bankers during the financial crisis? In Doing Dirty Work: Concepts and Identities eds R. Simpson, N. Slutskaya, P. Lewis & H. Höpfl.  Palgrave.
  • Mackenzie Davey, K. (2009) Research into career from the organizational perspective. In Vocational and Organizational approaches to career. Eds. Audrey Collin and Wendy Patton (pp. 91-107) The Career Development Series: Connecting theory and practice in career development, Sense Publishers.
  • Mackenzie Davey, K. and A.P.D. Liefooghe (2004) ‘Critical research and analysis’ in C. Cassel and G. Symon (eds) Essential guide to qualitative methods in organizational research. London: Sage.
  • Liefooghe, A.P.D. and K. Mackenzie Davey (2003) ‘Explaining bullying at work: why should we listen to employee accounts’ in C. Cooper, S. Einarsen, H. Hoel and D. Zapf (eds) Bullying and emotional abuse in the workplace: International perspectives in research and practice. UK: Taylor and Francis.
  • Mackenzie Davey, K. and A.P.D. Liefooghe (2003) ‘Voice and Power: Critically examining the uses of the term bullying in organizations’ in A. Schorr, B. Campbell and M. Schenk (eds) Communication Research and Media Science in Europe. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
  • Mackenzie Davey, K. and G. Symon (2001) ‘Recent approaches to the qualitative analysis of organizational culture’ in C. Cooper, S. Cartwright and P C Earley (eds) The Handbook of Organizational Culture and Climate. Chichester: John Wiley.

Selected reports

  • Mackenzie Davey, K. & Giordano, R. (2007) Partners for Health. A report for the King’s Fund, June 2007.
  • Mackenzie Davey, K., D. Guest and A. Patch (2000) The Impact of New Forms of Employment Contract on Motivation and Innovation. Final Report to ESRC.

Conference presentations

  • Mackenzie Davey, K. & Ward A. (2013) Organizational Politics, gender and leader sensemaking, 16th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology, Muenster, Germany, 22nd-25th May. Abstract File word
  • Joffe, M. & Mackenzie Davey, K. (2011) An exploration of medical director identity and performativity Critical Public Sector Management – Theorising Ideas and Exploring Discourses, Practices and Identities, Seventh International Critical Management Studies Conference, CMS7 2011, Naples, Italy. 12th July. Abstract File word
  • Burns D. & Mackenzie Davey, K. (2009) “What is Collaboration?” 2009 14th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology, Santiago de Compostela, Spain 13-16th May
  • Mackenzie Davey K. & Stanley, L. (2009) "Investment bankers, stigma and identity"2009 14th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology, Santiago de Compostela, Spain 13-16th May
  • Hinds, K, Batlin, K, Jeyasingham, M. & Mackenzie Davey, K (2009) Creating a Hybrid Role - The Experience of a Health Care Funder 14th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology, Santiago de Compostela, Spain 13-16th May
  • Jeyasingham, M. Hinds, K & Mackenzie Davey, K (2008) Leadership, management and identity struggles in the human services. Dilemmas in Human Services 2008. 11-12th September, University of East London.
  • Wiggins, L & Mackenzie Davey, K (2007) Management consultancy as dirty work. The thirteenth European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology, Stockholm, May.
  • Wiggins, L & Mackenzie Davey, K (2006) Client intimacy as a resource used by management consultants to construct a positive work identity. Gender Work and Organization workshop on Intimacy, Keele University, 18 January.
  • Mackenzie Davey, K & Imani, Y (2004) Culture and knowledge in organisations and their misunderstood paradoxical relation. The Fourth International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organisations, University of Greenwich, London, 3-6th August.
  • Wiggins, L & Mackenzie Davey, K (2003) The role of challenge in the construction of consultants’ occupational identity in the symposium: Negotiating work identities The eleventh European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology. Lisbon 14-17th May.
  • Sutton, C & Mackenzie Davey, K(2003) The “First real job”: An exploration of how graduates understand and use this colloquialism. Symposium: Identity processes in the workplace. The eleventh European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology. Lisbon 14-17th May.
  • Mackenzie Davey, K (2002) Telling changes: How have I changed? How could I tell? Who could tell me? In the symposium Discursive approaches in Organizational Psychology. XXV International Association of Applied Psychology, Singapore 7-12 July.
  • Mackenzie Davey, K (2002) Diversity, gender and success at work: Can the norm be sick? In the symposium The sick organization? XXV International Association of Applied Psychology, Singapore 7-12 July.
  • Mackenzie Davey, K (2002) How to succeed at work: stitching people up or being good. British Psychological Society Occupational Psychology Conference, Blackpool, 3rd-5th January, pages 46-49.
  • Sturges, J, Guest, D, Conway, N & Mackenzie Davey, K (2001) What difference does it make? A longitudinal study of the relationship between career management and organizational commitment in the early years at work. The Academy of Management, Washington DC, 3rd -8th August. Careers Division Best Paper Award.
  • Liefooghe, A & Mackenzie Davey, K.(2001) The role of the organization in workplace bullying: Active or passive? A telecommunication case study. In the symposium Workplace bullying: Recent trends and developments. The tenth European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology. Prague 16-19 May.
  • Liefooghe, A & Mackenzie Davey, K (2001) From family to company: Discourses of power, control and resistance. The tenth European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology. Prague 16-19 May.
  • Mackenzie Davey, K & Liefooghe, A (2001) Why organizations need bullies: Individualising narratives as organizational control practices. The tenth European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology. Prague 16-19 May.
  • Richards, L & Mackenzie Davey, K (2001) Occupational rhetorics in use by consultants. The tenth European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology. Prague 16-19 May.
  • Stanley, L & Mackenzie Davey, K (2001) Power, persuasion and client access in a consulting project team. The tenth European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology. Prague 16-19 May.
  • Richards, L & Mackenzie Davey, K (2001) Management consultants and the power of persuasion. The tenth European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology. Prague 16-19 May.
  • Sutton, C & Mackenzie Davey, K (2001) Is organizational commitment fixed at the formative and first experience of work? A multi-method, interdisciplinary approach. The tenth European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology. Prague 16-19 May.

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