Corporate Sociopolitical Involvement: A Reflection of Whose Preferences? Michael Nalick, Matthew Josefy, Asghar Zardkoohi and Leonard Bierman.
Research for December 2016
Are There Environmental Benefits from Driving Electric Vehicles? The Importance of Local Factors. Stephen P. Holland, Erin T. Mansur,Nicholas Z. Muller and Andrew J. Yates.
Customer Environmental Values and Their Contribution to Loyalty in Industrial Markets Nora Mustonen, Heikki Karjaluoto and Chanaka Jayawardhena.
Do Women Leaders Promote Sustainability? Analyzing the Effect of Corporate Governance Composition on Environmental Performance. Christy Glass, Alison Cook and Alicia R. Ingersoll.
The Wicked Character of Sustainable Supply Chain Management: Evidence from Sustainability Reports. Johann Meckenstock, Ana Paula Barbosa-Póvoa and Ana Carvalho.
Ethical Decision-Making Theory: An Integrated Approach. Mark S. Schwartz.
Beyond the Curriculum: Integrating Sustainability into Business Schools. Mollie Painter-Morland, Ehsan Sabet and Petra Molthan-Hill.
Understanding Responsible Management: Emerging Themes and Variations from European Business School Programs. Guénola Nonet, Kerul Kassel, Lucas Meijs.
The Relationship Between Ethical Organisational Culture and Organisational Innovativeness: Comparison of Findings from Finland and Lithuania. Raminta Pučėtaitė, Aurelija Novelskaitė, Anna-Maija Lämsä.
Suppliers as Stewards? Managing Social Standards in First- and Second-Tier Suppliers. Michael S. Aßländer, Julia Roloff and Dilek Zamantili Nayır.
Editorial: Business Ethics in a European Perspective: A Case for Unity in Diversity? Michael S. Aßländer, Tobias Gössling and Peter Seele.
Voicing Moral Concerns: Yes, But How? The Use of Socratic Dialogue Methodology. Johannes Brinkmann, Beate Lindemann and Ronald R. Sims.
Corporate Philanthropy and Stock Price Crash Risk: Evidence from China. Min Zhang, Lu Xie, and Haoran Xu.
Corporate Environmental Responsibility and Firm Risk. Li Cai, Jinhua Cui and Hoje Jo.
A Meta-analytic Review of Ethical Leadership Outcomes and Moderators. Akanksha Bedi, Can M. Alpaslan, and Sandy Green.
Financialization and the Employee Suicide Crisis at France Telecom. Nihel Chabrak, Russell Craig, and Nabyla Daidj.
Who Leads More and Why? A Mediation Model from Gender to Leadership Role Occupancy. Alina S. Hernandez Bark, Jordi Escartín, and Sebastian C. Schuh.
Political Connectedness, Corporate Governance, and Firm Performance. Polona Domadenik, Janez Prašnikar, and Jan Svejnar.
Detecting Fraud: The Role of the Anonymous Reporting Channel. Elka Johansson and Peter Carey.
Martin Bugeja, Zoltan Matolcsy and Helen Spiropoulos.
Motivators of Mobilization. Sefa Hayibor and Colleen Collins.
Out of the Shadows: Using Value Pluralism to Make Explicit Economic Values in Not-for-Profit Business Strategies. Jenny Green and Bronwen Dalton.
From Food Desert to Food Oasis: The Potential Influence of Food Retailers on Childhood Obesity Rates. Elizabeth Howlett, Cassandra Davis and Scot Burton.
Socially responsible firms. Allen Ferrell, Hao Liang and Luc Renneboog.
Biggart's Lament, or Getting Out of the Theory Cave. Nicole Woolsey Biggart.
Bending the Pipeline? Executive Search and Gender Inequality in Hiring for Top Management Jobs. Isabel Fernandez-Mateo and Roberto M. Fernandez.
Do Sympathy Biases Induce Charitable Giving? The Effects of Advertising Content. K. Sudhir, Subroto Roy and Mathew Cherian.
Exact Algorithms for Electric Vehicle-Routing Problems with Time Windows. Guy Desaulniers, Fausto Errico, Stefan Irnich and Michael Schneider.
Blame the shepherd not the sheep: Imitating higher-ranking transgressors mitigates punishment for unethical behavior. Christopher W. Bauman, Leigh Plunkett Tost and Madeline Ong.
Selfishly benevolent or benevolently selfish: When self-interest undermines versus promotes prosocial behavior. Julian J. Zlatev and Dale T. Miller.
The motivational antecedents and performance consequences of corporate volunteering: When do employees volunteer and when does volunteering help versus harm work performance? Jia Hu, Kaifeng Jiang, Shenjiang Mo, Honghui Chen and Junqi Shi.
Reaching the top and avoiding the bottom: How ranking motivates unethical intentions and behavior. Tim Vriend, Jennifer Jordan and Onne Janssen.
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.