Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Warwick Business School, Warwick University<BR><BR>Paul Du Gay is a sociologist specialising in organizational research. He is the author of several key studies on changing forms of identity and personhood. His current research interests include: sociologies and histories of work and consumption based identity, subjectivity and personhood; the history of self-service retailing in the UK; the role and ethos of the professional public administrator.<BR><BR>Professional affiliations: Visiting Fellow Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy, 1996; Morris Ginsberg Senior Research Fellow in Sociology, LSE, 1997-1998; Visiting Fellow, Research School in Social Science, The Australian National University, 2001; Visiting Research Professor, Centre for Critical Theory, University of the West of England, 2002 ? 2005; Visiting Professor, IOA, Copenhagen Business School, 2003; Inaugural Director of the Research Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance at the Open University, 2003-2004; Currently Co-ordinator of the 'Re-working Expertise' theme for the ESRC's Centre for Research into Socio-Cultural Change (CRESC).<BR><BR>http://www.open.ac.uk/socialsciences/identities/panel/pdugay.html