Red, blue, and purple firms: Organizational political ideology and corporate social responsibility. Abhinav Gupta, Forrest Briscoe and Donald C. Hambrick.
Board reform versus profits: The impact of ratings on the adoption of governance practices. Timothy J. Rowley, Andrew V. Shipilov and Henrich R. Greve.
The more, the merrier? Women in top-management teams and entrepreneurship in established firms. Jacob Lyngsie and Nicolai J. Foss.
Does engagement in corporate social responsibility provide strategic insurance-like effects? Yung-Ming Shiu and Shou-Lin Yang.
Corporate social responsibility as an employee governance tool: Evidence from a quasi-experiment. Caroline Flammer and Jiao Luo.
Who cooks the books in China, and does it pay? Evidence from private, high-technology firms. Toby Stuart and Yanbo Wang.
Mind the gap: The interplay between external and internal actions in the case of corporate social responsibility. Olga Hawn and Ioannis Ioannou.
Revisiting the corporate social performance-financial performance link: A replication of Waddock and Graves. Xiaoping Zhao and Audrey J. Murrell.
Playing dirty or building capability? Corruption and HR training as competitive actions to threats from informal and foreign firm rivals. Akie Iriyama, Rajiv Kishore and Debabrata Talukdar.
Monitoring global supply chains Jodi L. Short, Michael W. Toffel and Andrea R. Hugill.