Emrah holds a master's degree in human, society and philosophy (distinction) and a PhD in sociology from Goldsmiths, University of London where he worked as an associate lecturer in both sociology (2012-17) and management studies departments (2012-13). He is an associate fellow of the HEA (distinction).
In May 2017, he joined the RSB Lab.
He works on diverse topics under the theme of "work, organising and politics". He published his solo work in top-tier journals such as:
Work, Employment and Society; Environment and Planning A; Organization; Technological Forecasting and Social Change; Capital & Class, M@n@gement
He finds inspiration in Marxism, continental philosophy and his little son.
He is keen on working collaboratively with PhD candidates familiar with critical management scholarship. He is currently co-supervising a PhD project.
Work, organising and politics
Critical management studies
Marxist political economy
New technologies, new paradigms
He has been reviewing articles for Human Relations, Organization, Business Ethics Quarterly, ephemera, and book proposals for Routledge and Palgrave Macmillan.