Campbell Jones

Campbell is convenor of the sociology programme at the University of Auckland and the University of Auckland Critical Theory Network. His research focuses on questions of work, finance, economic policy and political organisation. more

18 August 2016

Dr Campbell Jones is a philosopher and sociologist specialising in the analysis and critique of capitalist ideology. He is a Researcher for Economic and Social Research Aotearoa and Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Auckland, where he teaches finance, political economy, the sociology of work, critical theory and contemporary continental philosophy. His analyses of economic, social and philosophical issues have been widely published, including books on business ethics, entrepreneurship, organization theory, the market and the culture of automobility. He is currently writing a book on the nature of work.

Jones, Campbell and Shannon Walsh (2017) ‘What is political organisation?Economic and Social Research Aotearoa, 2: 1-6.

Jones, Campbell (2016) ‘How to read capital in the twenty-first centuryCrisis and Critique, 3(3): 141-165.

Jones, Campbell (2016) ‘John Key the biofinancial entrepreneurKōtuitui: New Zealand Social Sciences Online, 11(2): 89-103.

Jones, Campbell (2017) ‘The meanings of work in John Locke’ in Jakob Bek-Thomsen, Christian Olaf Christiansen, Stefan Gaarsmand Jacobsen and Mikkel Thorup (eds.) History of Economic Rationalities, pp. 51-62. Dordrect: Springer.

Jones, Campbell (2016) ‘Management and its others’ in Raza Mir, Hugh Willmott and Michelle Greenwood (eds.) Companion to Philosophy in Organization Studies, pp. 466-473. Oxford: Routledge.

Jones, Campbell (2015) ‘The embers of truth in the ashes of finance’, in Michael Peters, João Paraskeva and Tina Besley (eds.) The Global Financial Crisis and Educational Restructuring, pp. 121-141. New York: Peter Lang.

Jones, Campbell (2014) ‘Finance, university, revoltArgos Aotearoa, 1: 44-50.

Jones, Campbell (2013) Can the Market Speak? Winchester: Zero.

Jones, Campbell (2012) ‘Think bigNew Zealand Sociology, 27(1): 88-103.

Jones, Campbell (2011) ‘What kind of subject is the market?New Formations, 72: 131-144.

Jones, Campbell (2010) ‘The subject supposed to recyclePhilosophy Today, 54(1): 30-39.

Jones, Campbell and André Spicer (2009) Unmasking the Entrepreneur. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

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