2019. ‘Islay, a Very Tasty Idea: Inventing, Embedding, and Selling Tradition in the Contemporary Scotch Whisky Industry’, in H. Nakamaki, K. Hioki, N. Sumihara, I. Izumi, eds., Enterprise as a Carrier of Culture, Springer (New York, London).
2018. F Frenzel, P Case, A Kumar, MW Sedgwick, ‘Managing International Development: (Re)positioning Critique in the Post-2008 Conjecture’, ephemera, 18:3.
2018. ‘Entwined Biographies of Work and Trauma: Taking Time in the Study of Corporations’, Social Anthropology, 26:1.
2017. ‘Complicit Positioning: Anthropological Knowledge and Problems of "Studying Up" for Ethnographer-Employees of Corporations’, Journal of Business Anthropology. 6.1
2015. ‘“Cutting the Network”: Mobilisations of Ethnicity/Appropriations of Power in Multinational Corporations’, in L. Josephines, ed., Knowledge and Ethics in Anthropology: Obligations and Requirements, Berg (London).
2015. Review of ‘Arbitraging Japan: Dreams of Capitalism at the End of Finance’, by Hirokazu Miyazaki, Japan Forum, 27:1.
2014. ‘Contextualising the Irrelevance of “Values” to the Study of International Business’, Journal of Business Anthropology, 3:2.
2013. ‘Secular Ethics and the Continuations of Capitalism: Fetishes of Production, Career Hierarchy, and the Cult of the Leader in Japanese Industrial Corporations’, in H. Nakamaki and M. Sedgwick, eds., Special Issue: ‘Business and Anthropology: A Focus on Sacred Space’, Senri Ethnological Studies. 82.
2011. ‘At a Tangent to Belonging: “Career Progression” and Networks of Knowing Japanese Multinational Corporations’, Special Issue: ‘Long Term Fieldwork’, Anthropology and Humanism 36:1. (June).
2009. ‘Movements in Corporate Space: Organizing a Japanese Multinational in France’, in P. Kirby, ed., Boundless Worlds: An Anthropological Approach to Movement. Berghahn (Oxford).
2008. Globalisation and Japanese Organisational Culture: An Ethnography of a Japanese Corporation in France. Routledge (London). http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415492164
2007. ‘Marketing Minds, Markets in Place’. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (JRAI) 13:4. (December).
2006. ‘The Discipline of Context: On Ethnography among the Japanese’. In D. Wong and J. Hendry, eds., Dismantling the East-West Dichotomy: Essays in Honour of Jan van Bremen. Routledge (London).
2005. ‘Time in Research among Engineers in Industry’. In D. Caseby, ed. In Search of Time. Fabio Orlando Editore.
2004. ‘Distilling Tradition: Re-inventing Single Malts in Scotland’. In H. Nakamaki, ed., A Comparison of Management Culture in Japan and the UK. Research report, Japanese National Museum of Ethnology.
2003. ‘Nihon no fuomaru na soshiki ni akeru infuomaru katsudo, [Informal Activities in (Formal) Japanese Organisations]’. In M. Sedgwick and H. Nakamaki, eds. Nihon no soshiki: Syaen bunka to infuomaru katsudo, [Japanese Organisations: Associational Culture and Informal Activities], Toho Shupansha (Tokyo).
2001. ‘Positioning “Globalization” at Overseas Subsidiaries of Japanese Multinational Corporations’. In H. Befu, S. Guichard-Anguis, eds., Globalizing Japan: Ethnography of the Japanese Presence in Asia, Europe and America. Routledge (London).
2000. ‘The Globalizations of Japanese Managers.’ In H. Befu, J.S. Eades and T. Gill, eds., Globalization and Social Change in Contemporary Japan. TransPacific Press (Melbourne).
1999. ‘Do Japanese Business Practices Travel Well?: Managerial Technology Transfer to Thailand.’ In D.J. Encarnation, ed. Japanese Multinationals in Asia: Regional Operations in Comparative Perspective. Oxford University Press (New York).
1999. ‘Japanese Manufacturing in Thailand: An Anthropology in Search of “Efficient, Standardized Production”.’ In I. Reader and M. Soderberg, eds., Japanese Influences and Presences in Asia. Curzon/University of Hawaii Press (Richmond/Honolulu).