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SMP_9398cAnthony Yue (Associate Professor)

MBA (Saint Mary's), PhD (Saint Mary's)

Anthony explores how individuals navigate their organized world.  His research focuses on upon fredom of choice and organizational theory.  He grounds his work in existentialist philosophy and notions of authenticity. These interest show up in domains such as organizational gossip, management pedagogy, adventure sports scenarios, and various HR issues.

Prior to his return to study, Anthony was a practicing manager and an entrepreneur for approximately 15 years.  He has owned businesses in the financial services industry, the import/export field and has been a consultant to industry.  Anthony gained his initial international business experience working the training and OH&S sector.  He has over 10 years of experience volunteering on various nonprofit boards of directors.

Selected Publications

Books and Book Chapters

 Peters, L. & Yue, A.R. (2018). On Mirrors! Philosophy-Art-Organization, Cambridge Scholars
        Publishing, UK.
 Bryman, A., Bell, E., Mills, A.J. & Yue, A.R. (2011). Business Research Methods. Oxford University Press: 
        New York.
 Price, S., Hartt, C.M., & Yue, A.R. (2017). We the Inuit, in Ageing, Organizations and Management:
        Discourses and Critical Perspectives. Palsgrave Press.
 Thurlow, A. & Yue, A.R. (2015). The History of PR in Canada in Fundamentals of Public Relations and
        Marketing Communications in Canada,
Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta Press.
 Yue, A.R. & MacMillan, S. (2013). The Situation of Global Careers in Canada in Careers Without Borders:
        Critical Perspectives,
New York, NY: Routledge.
 Yue, A.R., Kelloway, E.K. & Francis, L. (2008). "Labour Organizations" in Cooper, C.L. & Barling, J. (eds).
        The Sage Handbook of Organizational Behaviour.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Encyclopedia Entries

 Yue, A.R. (2013). "Gossip" in Sociology of Work: An Encylopedia, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
        Publications.
 Yue, A.R. (2010). "Esxistentialism" in Mills, A.J., Durepos, G., & Wieve, E. (Eds). The Sage Encyclopedia
        of Case Studies
. Thousan Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
 Yue, A.R. (2010). "Authenticity and Bad Faith (Sartre)" in Mills, A.J., Durepos, G., & Wiebe, E. (Eds). The
        Sage Encyclopedia of Case Studies.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Journal Articles

 Thurlow, A., Kushniryk, A., Yue, A.R., Blanchette, K., Murchland, P., & Simon, A. (2017).  Evaluating
        excellence: A model of evaluation for public relations practice in Organizational Culture and Context.
        Public Relations Review, 43(1), 71-79.
  MacMillan, S., & Yue, A.R. (2017). The existential students: Towards a model of student success, The
        Workplace Review (April),
58-69.
  Yue, A.R., & Peters, L. (2015). Corruption as co-created rupture: A definitional etymological approach,
        Ephermera, Theory & Politics in Organization, 15(2), 445-452.
  MacMillan, S. & Yue, A.R. (2014). Critical thinking in the globalized business classroom; The existential
        imperative, Global Review, 1(2).
 
MacMillan, S., Yue, A.R., & Mills, A.J. (2012). Both how and why: Considering existentialism as a
        philosophy of work and management, Philosophy of Management, 11(3): 27-46.
 
Yue, A.R. (2010). An existentialist in Iqaluit: Existentialism and reflexivity as pedagogy in the Canadian
        North. Journal of Management Education first published online 28 October 2010. DOI:
        10.1177/1052562910385303.
 
MacAulay, D., Yue, A.R., & Thurlow, A. (2010). Ghosts in the hallways: Unseen actors and organizational
         Change.  Journal of Change Management, 10(4): 335-346.
 Yue, A.R. (2008). Acquired disability and returning to work: Towards a stakeholder approach. The Journal
         of Workplace Rights, 13(1): 73-92.
 
Yue, A.R., & Mills, A.J. (2008).Making sense out of bad faith: Sartre, Weick and existential sensemaking
         in organizational analysis.  Tamara Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry, 7(1): 66-80.