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Minkus, A. (2023). Beethoven’s reception and reflection at the Philharmonic Society of New York (1842-1892). In M. Miller & W. Kinderman (Eds.), Beethoven the European: Transcultural contexts of performance, interpretation and reception (Speculum musicae, vol. 48, pp. 239–277). Brepols.

Beethoven the European: Transcultural Contexts of Performance, Interpretation and Reception

Suddaby, R., Ganzin, M., & Minkus, A. (2018). Craft, magic and the re-enchantment of the world. In S. Siebert (Ed.), Management research: European perspectives (pp. 41-72). Routledge.

Suddaby, R., Ganzin, M., & Minkus, A. (2017, June). Craft, magic and the re-enchantment of the world. European Management Journal, 35(3), 285-296.

Shymko, Y., & Minkus, A. (2017). The conundrum of power: Sintering structural and relational perspectives in business and arts organizations. In E. Raviola & P. Zackariasson (Eds.), Arts and business: Building a common ground for understanding current society; Routledge Research in the Creative and Cultural Industries (pp. 163-175). Routledge.

Foster, W., Suddaby, R., Minkus, A., & Wiebe, E. (2011). History as social memory assets: The example of Tim Hortons. Management & Organizational History, 6(1), 101-120.


Minkus, A. C. (2015). Maintaining the institutional core: A case study of disruption and repair at the New York Philharmonic Orchestra (1842–2012). Retrieved from ERA (Education and Research Archive).

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