Research for February 2017
The Role of Short-Termism and Uncertainty Avoidance in Organizational Inaction on Climate Change: A Multi-Level Framework. Natalie Slawinski, Jonatan Pinkse, Timo Busch, and Subhabrata Bobby Banerjee.
Leading Organizations Through the Stages of Grief: The Development of Negative Emotions Over Environmental Change. Elmar Friedrich, and Rolf Wüstenhagen.
Engaging Employees in Sustainable Development – a Case Study of Environmental Education and Awareness Training in Hong Kong. Michelle Man Suet Law, Peter Hills and Billy Chi Hang Hau.
Commitment to Sustainability in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: The Influence of Strategic Orientations and Management Values. Johan Jansson, Jonas Nilsson, Frida Modig and Gabriella Hed Vall.
Too Little or too much? Exploring U-shaped Relationships between Corporate Environmental Performance and Corporate Financial Performance. Christoph Trumpp and Thomas Guenther.
Communicating Corporate Social Responsibility to Internal Stakeholders: Walking the Walk or Just Talking the Talk? Margaret Brunton, Gabriel Eweje and Nazim Taskin.
A Comparison of Regulatory Awareness and Green Supply Chain Management Practices Among Chinese and Japanese Manufacturers. Qinghua Zhu, Ying Qu, Yong Geng and Tsuyoshi Fujita.
Sustainable Entrepreneurship: A Convergent Process Model. Frank Martin Belz and Julia Katharina Binder.
A Smart City is a Collaborative Community: Lessons from Smart Aarhus. Charles C. Snow, Dorthe Døjbak Håkonsson, and Børge Obel.
Energy Strategy for the C-Suite. Andrew Winston, George Favaloro and Tim Healy.
Activating stereotypes with brand imagery: The role of viewer political identity. Justin W. Angle, Sokiente W. Dagogo-Jack, Mark R. Forehand and Andrew W. Perkins.
Doing Well Versus Doing Good: The Differential Effect of Underdog Positioning on Moral and Competent Service Providers. Amna Kirmani, Rebecca W. Hamilton, Debora V. Thompson, and Shannon Lantzy.
Clicks as a Healthy Alternative to Bricks: How Online Grocery Shopping Reduces Vice Purchases. Elke Huyghe, Julie Verstraeten, Maggie Geuens, and Anneleen Van Kerckhove.
A social-cognitive approach to understanding gender differences in negotiator ethics: The role of moral identity. Jessica A. Kennedy, Laura J. Kray and Gillian Ku.
Captured by technology? How material agency sustains interaction between regulators and industry actors. John Finch, Susi Geiger and Emma Reid.
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.