Daniel Muzio is a Professor of Management. He joined York in 2018 from the University of Newcastle, having previously worked at the Universities of: Manchester, Leeds and Lancaster. He has held visiting positions at the University of Oxford, Cass Business School and Luiss Guido Carli in Rome. He is an associate editor of the Journal of Management Studies and a founding editor for the Journal of Professions and Organization.
Daniel's research interests include the organisation and management of Professional Services Firms, the sociology of the professions, organizational and professional wrongdoing and diversity, inclusion and equal opportunity. Daniel has published in several leading management, sociology and law journals, including: Organization Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Human Relations, Journal of Economic Geography, Sociology and the British Journal of Sociology.
Muzio, D., Kirkpatrick, I and Aluack, S. (2020) Professional Occupations and Organizations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Saks, M. and Muzio, D. (eds) (2018) Professionalism and Entrepreneurship. Oxford: Routledge.
Empson L, Muzio, D., Broschak, J., Hinings, B. (eds) (2015). Oxford Handbook of Professional Services Firms. Oxford Handbooks. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Sommerlad, H., Webley, L., Duff, L., Muzio, D., and Tomlinson, J. (2014) Diversity in the legal profession in England and Wales: A qualitative study of barriers and individual choices. (London: University of Westminster Law Press)
Muzio, D., Ackroyd, S. and Chanlat, J.F. (eds) (2007) Redirections in the Study of Expert Labour: Established Professions and New Expert Occupations (Basingstoke: Palgrave)
Journal articles (ABS 4 and 3 star only)
Faulconbridge, J and D. Muzio (2019) 'Field partitioning and the emergence, development and consolidation of subfields'. Organization Studies - forthcoming
Roulet, T. Paolella, L. Gabbioneta, C. and Muzio, D. (2019) 'Inserting professionals and professional organizations in studies of wrongdoing: The nature, antecedents and consequences of professional misconduct'. Research in the Sociology of Organization - forthcoming
Faulconbridge, J. and Muzio, D. (2019) ‘Karl Polanyi on strategy: the effects of culture, morality and double-movements on embedded strategy ’ Critical Perspectives on Accountancy - forthcoming
Currie, G., Gabbioneta, C., Faulconbridge, J. , Muzio, D., And Richmond, J. (2019) ‘Professional Misconduct in Healthcare: Developing a Balanced Research Agenda for Work Sociology’. Work Employment and Society 33(1)
Gabbioneta, C., Currie, G., Dinovitzer, R. Faulconbridge, J. and Muzio, D. (2018) 'Inserting professionals and professional organizations in studies of wrongdoing: The nature, antecedents and consequences of professional misconduct' Human Relations - forthcoming
Tomlinson, J., Valizade, D., Muzio, D., Charlwood, A., and Aluack. S. (2018) ‘Privileges and Penalties in the Legal Profession: An intersectional analysis of career progression’ British Journal of Sociology - - forthcoming
Faulconbridge, J. and Muzio, D. (2016) Global professional service firms and the challenge of institutional complexity: ‘field relocation’ as a response strategy. Journal of Management Studies 53(1): 89-124
Carter, C., Muzio, D, and Spence, C. (2015) Scoping an Agenda for Future Research into the Professions. Accounting, Audit and Accountability Journal 28(8) 1198-1216
Hodgson, D., Paton, S. and Muzio, D. (2015) Something Old, Something New? Competing Logics and the Hybrid Nature of New Corporate Professions British Journal of Management, 26(4) 745-759
Faulconbridge, J. and Muzio, D. (2015) Transnational corporations shaping institutional change: The case of English law firms in Germany. Journal of Economic Geography, 15(6): 1195-1226
Muzio, D., Brock, D. and Suddaby, R. (2013) ‘Professions and Institutional Change: Towards an Institutionalist Sociology of the Professions’ Journal of Management Studies, 50(5): 699-721
Muzio, D. and Faulconbridge, J. (2013) ‘The global professional service firm: ‘one firm’ models versus (Italian) distant institutionalised practices.’ Organization Studies, 34(7): 897-925
Tomlinson, J., Muzio D., Sommerlad, H., Webley, L., and Duff, L. (2013) ‘Structure, agency and the career strategies of women and BME individuals in the legal profession.’ Human Relations, 66(2): 245-269
Paton S, Hodgson D, Muzio D. (2013) ‘The Price of Corporate Professionalisation: Analysing the corporate capture of professions in the UK and consequences for expert labour.’ New Technology, Work and Employment, 28(3): 227-240
Cook, A., Faulconbridge, J. and Muzio, D (2012) ‘London’s legal elite: Recruitment through cultural capital and the reproduction of exclusivity’ Environment and Planning A, 44(7): 1744-1762
Muzio, D. and Tomlinson, J. (2012) 'Gender, diversity and inclusion in professions and professional organizations: Setting the scene and the agenda for research'. Gender, Work and Organization, 19(5): 455-466.
Faulconbridge, J., Muzio, D. and Cook, A. (2012) 'Learning to be a lawyer in transnational law firms: communities of practice, institutions and identity regulation'. Global Networks, 12(1): 48-70.
Bolton, S., Muzio, D., and Boyd, C. (2011) ‘Making Sense of Modern Medical Careers: The Case of the UK’s National Health Service', Sociology, 45(4): 682-699
Faulconbridge, J. and Muzio, D. (2009) 'Locating Financialization: Situated Financial Practices in English Law Firms' Journal of Economic Geography, 9(5): 641-661
Bolton, S. and Muzio, D. (2008) ‘The Paradoxes of the Feminised Professions: Law, Management and Teaching’. Work, Employment and Society, 22(2): 281-299
Faulconbridge, J. and Muzio, D. (2008) ‘Organizational Professionalism in Global Law Firms’. Work, Employment and Society, 22(1): 7-25
Faulconbridge, J. and Muzio, D. (2007) ‘Re-inserting the Professional in the Study of PSFs’ Global Networks, 7(3): 249-270
Ackroyd, S. and Muzio, D. (2007) ‘The Reconstructed Professional Firm Explaining Change in English Legal Practices’ Organization Studies, 48(5): 1-19.
Bolton, S and Muzio, D. (2007) ‘Can’t Live with ‘Em; Can’t Live Without ‘Em: Gendered Segmentation in the Legal Profession’, Sociology, 41(1): 47-61.
Muzio, D., Post, C. and Saarala, R. ‘Diversity Perspective on Management: Towards more complex conceptualizations of diversity in management studies’ - Journal of Management Studies (under preparation)
Gabbioneta, C., Currie, G., Dinovitzer, R. Faulconbridge, J. and Muzio, D. (2019) ‘Wrongdoing in and by professional organizations’ – Human Relations
Carter, C., Muzio, D. and Spence, C. (2015) ‘Contemporary Professional Work: Accounting and Beyond’ Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal 28(8)
Muzio, D., Brock, D., and Suddaby, R. (2013) ‘Professions and Institutional Change’ Journal of Management Studies 50(5)
Muzio, D. and Tomlinson, J. (2012) 'Gender, diversity and inclusion in professions and professional organizations'. Gender, Work and Organization, 19(5)
Muzio, D. and Kirkpatrick, I. (2011) ‘Reconnecting the Study of Professional Organizations with the Study of Professional Occupations’. Current Sociology, 59(4)
Reports (externally funded research projects only)
Aluack, S., Charlwood, A., Muzio, D., Tomlinson, J. and Valizade, D. (2017) ‘Mapping advantages and disadvantages: Diversity in the legal profession in England and Wales’ – Solicitor Regulatory Authority funded report
Kirkpatrick, I., Muzio, D., and Aluack, S. (2017) ‘From Practice to Profession; Exploration of the current status, perceptions and future pathways’ – American Society of Association Executives funded report
Sommerlad, H., Webley, L., Duff, L., Muzio, D., and Tomlinson, J. (2010) ‘Diversity in the legal profession in England and Wales: A qualitative study of barriers and individual choices’ Legal Services Board Funded Report
Faulconbridge, J., Muzio, D. and Cook, A. (2010) ‘Professional education, global professional service firms and the cultures of professional work in Europe’. ESRC Grant Report
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