Elgar Encyclopedias in Business and Management represent the definitive reference works in the field. The Encyclopedias present an overarching guide to a wide variety of subject areas within business and management, and form an essential resource for academics, practitioners, and students alike. Each Encyclopedia is edited by one or more leading international scholars and contains a broad collection of entries authored by key scholars within the field that collectively aim to provide a concise and accessible coverage of the essential subjects. The Encyclopedias cover discrete subject areas across management including, but not limited to, corporate governance, strategic management, human resource management, international business, family business, social innovation, and critical management studies. Equally useful as reference tools or high-level introductions to specific topics, issues, methods and debates, these Encyclopedias are an invaluable contribution to the field.