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Aarrestad, M., Brøndbo, M. and Carlsen, A. 2015 When stakes are high and guards are low. High-quality connections in knowledge creation. Knowledge and Process Management

Dysvik, A., Carlsen, A. and Skerlavaj, M. (forthcoming 2015). Rings of fire: Training for systems thinking and broadened impact. In Ken Brown (ed.) Handbook on Research on Training. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Carlsen, A. and Sandelands, L. (in press) First passion: Wonder in organizational inquiry. Management Learning.

Carlsen, A. (in press). On the tacit side of organizational identity. Narrative unconscious and figured practice. Culture and Organization.

Carlsen, A., Skjælåen Rudningen, G. and Mortensen, T. 2014). Playing the cards: Using collaborative artifacts with thin categories to make research more co-genearative. Journal of Management Inquiry. 23(3): 294-313.

Bjørkeng, K., Carlsen, A. and Rhodes, C. (2014). Between the saying and the said: From self-reflexivity to other-vulnerability in the research process. In F. Cooren, E. Vaara, A. Langley and H. Tsoukas (eds.). Language and Communication at Work. Perspectives on Process Organization Studies, 4th volume, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sandelands, L. and Carlsen, A. (2013). Wonder divine. At end but ever new. Theology and Science 11(3)): 304-316.

Sandelands, L. and Carlsen, A. (2013). The romance of wonder in organization studies. Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion. 10(4): 358-379.

Carlsen, A. and Sandelands, L. (2012). Living ideas at work. In Tyrone Pitsis, Erlend Dehlin and Ace Simpson (Eds.) The Handbook of Managerial and Organizational Innovation. London: Edward-Elgar Press, 219-235.

Carlsen, A., Mortensen, T. and Landsverk Hagen, A. (2012). Imagining hope in organizations. From individual goal attainment to horizons of relational possibility. In Kim Cameron and Gretchen Spreitzer (Eds.). The Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship. New York: Oxford University Press, 288-303.

Carlsen, A. (2009). After James on identity, in Adler, P. (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Sociology and Organization Studies: Classical Foundations. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 421-443.

Carlsen, A. and Pitsis, T. (2008). Projects for life. Building narrative capital for positive organizational change. In S. R. Clegg & C. L. Cooper (eds.) Handbook of Macro Organization Behavior. Sage: London, 456-477.

Carlsen, A. (2008). Positive dramas. Enacting self-adventures in organizations (pdf). Journal of Positive Psychology 3(1): 55-75.

Carlsen, A. and Mantere, S. (2007). Pragmatism. In S. R. Clegg, J. R. Bailey, C. Rhodes, C. R. Seal, Eds. International Encyclopedia of Organization Studies. Sage: London, 1298-1301.

Carlsen, A. (2006). Organizational becoming as dialogic imagination of practice. The case of the Indomitable Gauls (pdf) . Organization Science 17(1): 132-149

Carlsen. A. (2005). Only when I laugh? Notes on the becoming interview (pdf). Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice 11(3): 239-255