Whose Call to Answer: Institutional Complexity and Firms’ CSR Reporting. Xiaowei Rose Luo, Danqing Wang and Jianjun Zhang.
Research for 2017
Moral Symbols: A Necklace of Garlic against Unethical Requests. Sreedhari D. Desai and Maryam Kouchaki.
Coordinated Exploration for Grand Challenges: The Role of Advocacy Groups in Search Consortia. Anders Ørding Olsen, Wolfgang Sofka and Christoph Grimpe
Management’s Science–Practice Gap: A Grand Challenge for All Stakeholders. George C. Banks, Jeffrey M. Pollack, Jaime E. Bochantin, Bradley L. Kirkman, Christopher E. Whelpley and Ernest H. O’Boyle.
Selective Regulator Decoupling and Organizations’ Strategic Responses. Jonas Heese, Ranjani Krishnan and Frank Moers.
Echoes of Our Upbringing: How Growing Up Wealthy or Poor Relates to Narcissism, Leader Behavior, and Leader Effectiveness. Sean R. Martin, Stéphane Côte and Todd Woodruff.
Engage Me: The Mature-Age Worker and Stereotype Threat. Carol T. Kulik, Sanjeewa Perera, and Christina Cregan.
Funding Financial Inclusion: Institutional Logics and the Contextual Contingency of Funding for Microfinance Organizations. J. Adam Cobb, Tyler Wry, and Eric Yanfei Zhao.
Building Resilience or Providing Sustenance: Different Paths of Emergent Ventures in the Aftermath of the Haiti Earthquake. Trenton A. Williams and Dean A. Shepherd.
Mobilization in the Internet Age: Internet Activism and Corporate Response. Xiaowei Rose Luo,
Jianjun Zhang and Christopher Marquis.
Scaffolding: A Process of Transforming Patterns of Inequality in Small-Scale Societies. Johanna Mair, Miriam Wolf, and Christian Seelos.
Not All Inequality Is Equal: Deconstructing the Societal Logic of Patriarchy to Understand Microfinance Lending to Women. Eric Yanfei Zhao and Tyler Wry.
Some Things Can Never Be Unseen: The Role of Context in Psychological Injury at War. Mark de Rond and Jaco Lok.
Understanding Community Dynamics in the Study of Grand Challenges: How Nonprofits, Institutional Actors, and the Community Fabric Interact to Influence Income Inequality. Pascual Berrone, Liliana Gelabert, Federica Massa-Saluzzo and Horacio E. Rousseau.
Health Care’s Grand Challenge: Stimulating Basic Science on Diseases that Primarily Afflict the Poor. Keyvan Vakili and Anita M. McGahan.
Challenges for Global Supply Chain Sustainability: Evidence from Conflict Minerals Reports. Yong H. Kim and Gerald F. Davis.
Understanding and Tackling Societal Grand Challenges through Management Research. Gerard George, Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Aparna Joshi, and Laszlo Tihanyi.
A Call for University-Based Business Schools to “Lower Their Walls:” Collaborating With Other Academic Departments in Pursuit of Social Value. Graeme Currie, Julie Davies and Ewan Ferlie.
Business School Legitimacy and the Challenge of Sustainability: A Fuzzy Set Analysis of Institutional Decoupling. Annie Snelson-Powell, Johanne Grosvold and Andrew Millington.
From the Guest Editors: The Legitimacy and Impact of Business Schools—Key Issues and a Research Agenda. Andrew Pettigrew and Ken Starkey.
Scaling Impact: Template Development and Replication at the Base of the Pyramid. Myrto Chliova and Dimo Ringov.
Beyond Nonmarket Strategy: Market Actions As Corporate Political Activity. Russell J. Funk and Daniel Hirschman.
Blacklisted Businesses: Social Activists’ Challenges and the Disruption of Corporate Political Activity. Mary-Hunter McDonnell and Timothy Werner.
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.
Environmental Management, Climate Change, CSR, and Governance in Clusters of Small Firms in Developing Countries: Toward an Integrated Analytical Framework. Jose A. Puppim de Oliveira and Charbel Jose Chiappetta Jabbour.
Environmental Business–NGO Partnerships in Nigeria: Issues and Prospects. Uwafiokun Idemudia.
Waste Livelihoods Amongst the Poor – Through the Lens of Bricolage. Diane Holt and David Littlewood.
Greenwashing Revisited: In Search of a Typology and Accusation-Based Definition Incorporating Legitimacy Strategies. Peter Seele and Lucia Gatti.
Willingness to Pay for Green Products in Air Travel: Ready for Take-Off? Gieri Hinnen, Stefanie Lena Hille and Andreas Wittmer.
Circular Business Model Innovation: Inherent Uncertainties. Marcus Linder and Mats Williander.
Behavioral Effects of Sustainability-Oriented Incentive Systems. Robert Huber and Bernhard Hirsch.
Measuring Corporate Environmental Performance: A Methodology for Sustainable Development. Elena Escrig-Olmedo, María Jesús Muñoz-Torres, María Ángeles Fernández-Izquierdo and Juana María Rivera-Lirio.
Munificence, Dynamism, and Complexity: How Industry Context Drives Corporate Sustainability. Hongquan Chen, Saixing Zeng, Han Lin and Hanyang Ma.
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.
How to Green the red Dragon: A Start-ups' Little Helper for Sustainable Development in China. Henk J. Steinz, Frank J. Van Rijnsoever and Frans Nauta.
Firms’ Response to Climate Change: The Interplay of Business Uncertainty and Organizational Capabilities. Su-Yol Lee and Robert D. Klassen.
Green Product Innovation: Where we are and Where we are Going. Rosa Maria Dangelico.
Outcomes of Environmental Management Systems: the Role of Motivations and Firms’ Characteristics. Iñaki Heras-Saizarbitoria, German Arana and Olivier Boiral.
Green Practices and Organizational Design as Sources of Strategic Flexibility and Performance. Miguel Perez-Valls, Jose Cespedes-Lorente and Juan Moreno-Garcia.
A Smart City is a Collaborative Community: Lessons from Smart Aarhus. Charles C. Snow, Dorthe Døjbak Håkonsson, and Børge Obel.
The Pharos Project: Solving the Building Materials Toxicity Challenge. John H. Friar and Wendy D. Vittori.
Determinants of Social Entrepreneurial Intentions. Kai Hockerts.
Tiffany’s CEO on Creating a Sustainable Supply Chain. Frederic Cumenal.
Air Pollution Brings Down the Stock Market. Scott Berinato.
Energy Strategy for the C-Suite. Andrew Winston, George Favaloro and Tim Healy.
The importance of being “me”: The relation between authentic identity expression and transgender employees’ work-related attitudes and experiences. Larry Martinez, Katina Sawyer, Christian Thoroughgood, Enrica Ruggs and Nicholas Smith.
“How does Sustainability Leadership Affect Firm Performance? The Choices Associated with Appointing a Chief Officer of Corporate Social Responsibility” Frank Wiengarten, Chris K. Y. Lo and Jessie Y. K. Lam.
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.
Networks of Desire: How Technology Increases Our Passion to Consume. Robert Kozinets, Anthony Patterson and Rachel Ashman.
Is Eco-Friendly Unmanly? The Green-Feminine Stereotype and Its Effect on Sustainable Consumption. Aaron R. Brough, James E. B. Wilkie, Jingjing Ma, Mathew S. Isaac and David Gal.
Ship Breaking and the Steel Industry in Bangladesh: A Material Flow Perspective. Mohammad Sujauddin, Ryu Koide, Takahiro Komatsu, Mohammad Mosharraf Hossain, Chiharu Tokoro and Shinsuke Murakami.
Comprehensive Regional Eco-Efficiency Analysis Based on Data Envelopment Analysis: The Case of Polish Regions. Aneta Masternak-Janus and Magdalena Rybaczewska-Błażejowska.
Surveying the Environmental Footprint of Urban Food Consumption. Benjamin Goldstein, Morten Birkved, John Fernández and Michael Hauschild.
A Hybrid Approach for Assessing the Multi-Scale Impacts of Urban Resource Use: Transportation in Phoenix, Arizona. Susan Spierre Clark and Mikhail V. Chester.
Loss and Benefit Caused by a Diesel Engine: From the Perspective of Human Health. Feri Afrinaldi, Hong-Chao Zhang, Zhi-Chao Liu and Annette Hernandez.
Evaluating the Potential for Harmonized Prediction and Comparison of Disposal-Stage Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Biomaterial Products. David Glew, Lindsay C. Stringer, Adolf Acquaye and Simon McQueen-Mason.
No Matter – How?: Dealing with Matter-less Stressors in LCA of Wind Energy Systems. Stefano Cucurachi, Coen C. van der Giesen, Reinout Heijungs and Geert R. de Snoo.
Estimation of Waste Battery Generation and Analysis of the Waste Battery Recycling System in China. Xiaoxu Song, Shanying Hu, Dingjiang Chen and Bing Zhu.
The Environmental Impacts of Reuse: A Review. Daniel R. Cooper and Timothy G. Gutowski.
Explaining Industrial Symbiosis Emergence, Development, and Disruption: A Multilevel Analytical Framework. Nonita Tumulak Yap and John Fredrick Devlin.
The Environmental Impact of Two Australian Rock Lobster Fishery Supply Chains under a Changing Climate. Ingrid E. van Putten, Anna K. Farmery, Bridget S. Green, Alistair J. Hobday, Lilly Lim-Camacho, Ana Norman-López and Robert W. Parker.
Using Common Boundaries to Assess Methane Emissions: A Life Cycle Evaluation of Natural Gas and Coal Power Systems. James A. Littlefield, Joe Marriott, Greg A. Schivley, Gregory Cooney and Timothy J. Skone.
Prospecting and Exploring Anthropogenic Resource Deposits: The Case Study of Vienna's Subway Network. Jakob Lederer, Fritz Kleemann, Markus Ossberger, Helmut Rechberger and Johann Fellner.
Toward a Practical Ontology for Socioeconomic Metabolism. Stefan Pauliuk, Guillaume Majeau-Bettez, Daniel B. Müller and Edgar G. Hertwich.
Reducing Complexity by Creating Complexity: A Systems Theory Perspective on How Organizations Respond to Their Environments. Anselm Schneider, Christopher Wickert and Emilio Marti.
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 Bottom-Up Approach to Short-Term Immersion in Subsistence Marketplaces: Methodological and Substantive Lessons on Poverty and the Environment From Tanzania. Madhu Viswanathan, Srinivas Venugopal, Ishva Minefee, Jeremy S. Guest, Benito J. Mariñas, Valerie Bauza, Lauren Valentino, Ramadhani Kupaza and Maria Jones.
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.
Operational Productivity, Corporate Social Performance, Financial Performance, and Risk in Manufacturing Firms. Brian W. Jacobs, Richard Kraude and Sriram Narayanan.
Captured by technology? How material agency sustains interaction between regulators and industry actors. John Finch, Susi Geiger and Emma Reid.
Sustainability Lessons From the Front Lines. CB Bhattacharya and Paul Polman.
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.