Co-production of management knowledge in/from emerging countries and societies

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Alexandre Faria


In an era of decolonization and empire the field of management embraced the US-led neoliberal counter-revolution and challenged the Eurocentric theory-practice hierarchy to produce relevant knowledge through managed learning theories. Against the risk of ‘reverse relevance’, this contested reformist and market-centric managerial revolution (MG) against the threat of
‘reverse relevance’ fostered by emerging barbarians subalternizes southern theories-practices of the multifaceted field of development administration management (DA) and de-develops the global majority by privileging large corporations and transnational elites. MG is expanded in the 1990s through a post-Washington Consensus social turn based on whitening appropriationcontainment dynamics of Southern developmental neoliberalisms and counter-hegemonic movements informed by dewesternization and decolonial
dynamics which challenge-reaffirm racial capitalism structures. In an Age of Development MR is rearticulated in the 2000s in response to ‘irresponsible’ hybridisms in emerging countries and societies triggered by Southern learningunlearning-relearning dynamics. This article investigates co-production of relevant knowledge in Brazil through subversive complicity with a focus on a privileged organization-academy nexus. Analysis shows how managers and researchers (re)mobilize southern theories-practices to co-produce relevance from a transformational-reformist perspective. At the end, we present discussions and suggestions for re-appropriating Southern relevance engaged with the other in emerging/resurging societies in both South and North.


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FARIA, A. Co-production of management knowledge in/from emerging countries and societies . RAE - Revista de Administracao de Empresas , [S. l.], v. 63, n. 1, p. e2021–0621, 2023. DOI: 10.1590/S0034-759020230108. Disponível em: Acesso em: 24 may. 2024.


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