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Smets, Michael and Jarzabkowski, Paula (2013). Reconstructing institutional complexity in practice:a relational model of institutional work and complexity. Human Relations, 66 (10), pp. 1279-1309.

Jarzabkowski, Paula, Spee, Paul and Smets, Michael (2013). Material artifacts:practices for doing strategy with 'stuff'. European Management Journal, 31 (1), 41–54.

Smets, Michael, Morris, Timothy and Malhotra, Namrata (2012). Changing career models and capacity for innovation in professional services. IN: Handbook of research on entrepreneurship in professional services. Reihlen, Markus and Werr, Andreas (eds) Elgar original reference . Edward Elgar.

Smets, Michael and Reihlen, Markus (2012). Institutional entrepreneurship:a literature review and analysis of the maturing consulting field. IN: Handbook of research on entrepreneurship in professional services. Reihlen, Markus and Werr, Andreas (eds) Elgar original reference . Edward Elgar.

Smets, Michael, Morris, Tim and Greenwood, Royston (2012). From practice to field:a multi-level model of practice-driven institutional change. Academy of Management Journal, 55 (4), pp. 877-904.

Jarzabkowski, Paula, Smets, Michael and Spee, Paul (2012). Leveraging relationships to get ready for change. IN: Ready for change? Transition through turbulence to reformation and transformation. Heimer-Rathbone, Cora L. (ed.) Basingstoke (UK): Palgrave Macmillan.

Smets, Michael (2012). Reinsurance trading in Lloyd’s of London:balancing conflicting-yet-complementary logics in practice. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2012 (1),

Jarzabkowski, Paula, Bednarek, Rebecca, Burke, Gary, Cabantous, Laure and Smets, Michael (2012). Beyond borders:charting the changing global reinsurance landscape. Aston University.

Reihlen, Markus, Smets, Michael and Veit, Andreas (2010). Management consulting firms as institutional agents:strategies for creating and sustaining institutional capital. Schmalenbach Business Review, 62 (3), pp. 317-339.

Malhotra, Namrata, Morris, Tim and Smets, Michael (2010). New career models in UK professional service firms:from up-or-out to up-and-going-nowhere? International Journal of Human Resource Management, 21 (9), pp. 1396-1413.

Jarzabkowski, Paula, Smets, Michael and Spee, Paul (2010). Trading risks:the value of relationships, models and face-to-face interaction in the global reinsurance market. Birmingham (UK): Aston University.

Smets, Michael (2009). Institutional work taken literally: How logics shift as banking lawyers 'get the deal done'. IN: 2009 Academy of Management annual meeting. 2009-08-07 - 2009-08-11. (Unpublished)

Reihlen, Markus, Smets, Michael and Veit, Andreas (2009). Management consultancies as institutional agents:strategies for creating and sustaining institutional capital. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2009 (Meetin),

Malhotra, Namrata, Morris, Tim and Smets, Michael (2008). Multi-level institutional work:maintaining or disputing up-or-out tournaments in elite law firms? IN: Society for the Advancement of Management Studies: Trajectories, Paths, Patterns and Practices of Strategising and Organising. 2008-09-01.

Smets, Michael, Morris, Tim and Morris, W. (2008). Reputation and performance in large law firms. IN: 2008 Academy of Management annual meeting. 2008-08-08 - 2008-08-13.

Smets, Michael (2007). Institutional work taken literally:how logics shift as banking lawyers 'get the deal done'. IN: 23rd European Group for Organizational Studies Colloquium. 2007-07-05 - 2007-07-07.

Smets, Michael (2006). Collaborative entrepreneurship:how communities of networked firms use continuous innovation to create economic wealth. Organization Studies, 27 (6), pp. 899-902.

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