Disentangling the Politics of Climate Change. Adam R. Fremeth and Alfred A. Marcus.
Research for 2017
Corporate Lobbying Expenditures and Green Performance. Jorge Rivera and Sanjay Patnaik.
Decoupling Rape: Ashley Salaiz.
“Decoupling Rape” by Gail Whiteman and William H. Cooper: Two Comments. Royston Greenwood.
A Different Frame of Reference: Entrepreneurship and Gender Differences in the Perception of Danger. Amanda Bullough and Maija Renko.
Negotiating the Challenges of a Calling: Emotion and Enacted Sensemaking in Animal Shelter Work. Kira Schabram and Sally Maitlis.
Does Diversity-Valuing Behavior Result in Diminished Performance Ratings for Non-White and Female Leaders? David R. Hekman, Stefanie K. Johnson, Maw-Der Foo, and Wei Yang.
Signaler Credibility, Signal Susceptibility, and Relative Reliance on Signals: How Stakeholders Change their Evaluative Processes After Violation of Expectations and Rehabilitative Efforts. David Gomulya and Yuri Mishina.
Why and When Does the Gender Gap Reverse? Diversity Goals and the Pay Premium for High Potential Women. Lisa M. Leslie, Colleen Flaherty Manchester, and Patricia C. Dahm.
New Ways of Seeing: Elaboration on a Theme. Jason D. Shaw, Pratima (Tima) Bansal, and Marc Gruber.
Whose Call to Answer: Institutional Complexity and Firms’ CSR Reporting. Xiaowei Rose Luo, Danqing Wang and Jianjun Zhang.
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.
Teaching Ethics in Business Schools: A Conversation on Disciplinary Differences, Academic Provincialism, and the Case for Integrated Pedagogy. Gastón de los Reyes, Jr., Tae Wan Kim, and Gary R. Weaver.
Bringing Transgender Issues Into Management Education: A Call to Action. Michael J. Robinson, Chantal Van Esch, and Diana Bilimoria.
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.
The moral mechanism of counter accounts: The case of industrial animal production. Eija Vinnari and Matias Laine.
These Unequal States: Corporate Organization and Income Inequality in the United States. J. Adam Cobb and Flannery G. Stevens.
Blacklisted Businesses: Social Activists’ Challenges and the Disruption of Corporate Political Activity. Mary-Hunter McDonnell and Timothy Werner.
This Mine Is Mine! How Minerals Fuel Conflicts in Africa. Nicolas Berman, Mathieu Couttenier, Dominic Rohner and Mathias Thoenig.
Wage Inequality and Firm Growth. Holger M. Mueller, Paige P. Ouimet and Elena Simintzi.
Immigration and the Rise of American Ingenuity. Ufuk Akcigit, John Grigsby and Tom Nicholas.
Geographic Dispersion of Economic Shocks: Evidence from the Fracking Revolution. James Feyrer, Erin T. Mansur and Bruce Sacerdote.
The Weighting of CSR Dimensions: One Size Does Not Fit All. Gunther Capelle-Blancard and Aurélien Petit.
Corporate Social Performance and Financial Performance: Sample-Selection Issues. Ali M. Shahzad and Mark P. Sharfman.
Reporting Biases in Empirical Management Research: The Example of Win-Win Corporate Social Responsibility. Katja Rost and Thomas Ehrmann.
Measuring Corporate Social Responsibility and Impact: Enhancing Quantitative Research Design and Methods in Business and Society Research. Andrew Crane, Irene Henriques, Bryan W. Husted,and Dirk Matten.
Chinese State-Owned Enterprises and Human Rights: The Importance of National and Intra-Organizational Pressures. Glen Whelan and Judy Muthuri.
Institutional Forces Affecting Corporate Social Responsibility Behavior of the Chinese Food Industry. Wei Zuo, Mark S. Schwartz, and Yuju Wu.
Corporate Social Responsibility Under Authoritarian Capitalism: Dynamics and Prospects of State-Led and Society-Driven CSR. Peter S. Hofman, Jeremy Moon, and Bin Wu.
The Role of Governments in the Business and Society Debate. Nikolay A. Dentchev, Elvira Haezendonck, and Mitchell van Balen.
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 Managers and Institutional Work: Reconciling Tensions of Competing Institutional Logics. Frederik Dahlmann and Johanne Grosvold.
License to Critique: A Communication Perspective on Sustainability Standards. Lars Thøger Christensen, Mette Morsing and Ole Thyssen.
Guest Editors’ Introduction: Corporate Sustainability Management and Environmental Ethics. Douglas Schuler, Andreas Rasche, Dror Etzion and Lisa Newton.
Talk Ain’t Cheap: Political CSR and the Challenges of Corporate Deliberation. Cameron Sabodoz and Abraham Singer.
The Problem of Unilateralism in Agency Theory: Towards a Bilateral Formulation. Sareh Pouryousefi and Jeff Frooman.
Sustainability in The Banking Industry: A Strategic Multi-Criterion Analysis. Rakesh Raut, Naoufel Cheikhrouhou and Manoj Kharat.
Enhancing Market Valuation of ESG Performance: Is Integrated Reporting Keeping its Promise? Laura Mervelskemper and Daniel Streit.
Sustainable Corporate Entrepreneurship: Performance and Strategies Toward Innovation. Anna Katharina Provasnek, Erwin Schmid, Bernhard Geissler and Gerald Steiner.
Integrating Behavioural and Branding Perspectives to Maximize Green Brand Equity: A Holistic Approach. Muhammad Mohsin Butt, Saadia Mushtaq, Alia Afzal, Kok Wei Khong, Fon Sim Ong and Pui Fong Ng.
Green Product Innovation in Manufacturing Firms: A Sustainability-Oriented Dynamic Capability Perspective. Rosa Maria Dangelico, Devashish Pujari and Pierpaolo Pontrandolfo.
A Survey of Transparency: An Intrinsic Aspect of Business Strategy. Elisa Baraibar-Diez, María D. Odriozola and José Luis Fernández Sánchez.
Modelling Corporate Stakeholder Orientation: Does the Relationship Between Stakeholder Background Characteristics and Corporate Social Performance Matter? Michael O. Erdiaw-Kwasie, Khorshed Alam and Enamul Kabir.
Remanufacturing for the Circular Economy: An Examination of Consumer Switching Behavior. Benjamin T. Hazen, Diane A. Mollenkopf and Yacan Wang.
Integrating Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Disclosure for a Sustainable Development: An Australian Study. Chitra Sryani De Silva Lokuwaduge and Kumudini Heenetigala.
Sustainability Strategy and Eco-Innovation: A Moderation Model. Kuen-Hung Tsai and Yi-Chuan Lio
The Governance of Corporate Responses to Climate Change: An International Comparison. Rory Sullivan and Andy Gouldson.
Measuring Retailers' Sustainable Development. Chorong Youn, So-young Kim, Yuri Lee, Ho Jung Choo, Seyoon Jang and Jae Im Jang.
Organizational Visibility, Stakeholder Environmental Pressure and Corporate Environmental Responsiveness in China. Jieqiong Yu, Carlos Wing-Hung Lo and Pansy Hon Ying Li.
Sustaining Competitive Advantage Through Corporate Environmental Performance. Prayag Lal Yadav, Seung Hun Han and Hohyun Kim.
Sustainable Entrepreneurship and B Corps. Wendy Stubbs.
The Consolidation of the ESG Rating Industry as an Enactment of Institutional Retrogression. Emma Avetisyan and Kai Hockerts.
Gender Diversity on Boards and Firms’ Environmental Policy. Ji Li, Fuqiang Zhao, Silu Chen, Wanxing Jiang, Tao Liu and Shengping Shi.
Fostering Stakeholder Engagement: The Role of Materiality Disclosure in Integrated Reporting. Marco Fasan and Chiara Mio.
What We Know About Environmental Policy: An Inductive Typology of the Research. Elisabeth Albertini.
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.
Beyond the "Win-Win": Creating Shared Value Requires Ethical Frameworks. Gastón de los Reyes, Markus Scholz and N. Craig Smith.
Walmart's Emergent Low-Cost Sustainable Product Strategy. Andrew Spicer and David Hyatt.
A Smart City is a Collaborative Community: Lessons from Smart Aarhus. Charles C. Snow, Dorthe Døjbak Håkonsson, and Børge Obel.
The Relevance to Investors of Greenhouse Gas Emission Disclosures. Paul A. Griffin, David H. Lont and Estelle Y. Sun
The Pharos Project: Solving the Building Materials Toxicity Challenge. John H. Friar and Wendy D. Vittori.
Determinants of Social Entrepreneurial Intentions. Kai Hockerts.
The Error at the Heart of Corporate Leadership. Joseph L. Bower and Lynn S. Paine.
State Street’s CEO on Creating Employment for At-Risk Youths. Joseph Hooley.
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.
Ethnic discrimination during résumé screening: Interactive effects of applicants’ ethnic salience with job context. Eva Derous, Roland Pepermans, and Ann Marie Ryan.
Communicative tensions of meaningful work: The case of sustainability practitioners. Rahul Mitra and Patrice M Buzzanell
Multi-foci CSR perceptions, procedural justice and in-role employee performance: the mediating role of commitment and pride. Martin R. Edwards and Selin Kudret.
One hundred years of discrimination research in the Journal of Applied Psychology: A sobering synopsis. Adrienne Colella, Mikki Hebl and Eden King.
The evolution and future of diversity at work. Quinetta Roberson, Ann Marie Ryan and Belle Rose Ragins.
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.
Addressing Internal Stakeholders’ Concerns: The Interactive Effect of Perceived Pay Equity and Diversity Climate on Turnover Intentions. E. Holly Buttner and Kevin B. Lowe.
Consumer Responses to Corporate Environmental Actions in China: An Environmental Legitimacy Perspective. Jianxin Li, Hao He, Hongshen Liu, and Chenting Su.
Governance of Mandated Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence from Indian Government-owned Firms. Nava Subramaniam, Monika Kansal, and Shekar Babu.
Assessing Three Models of Materialism–Postmaterialism and Their Relationship with Well-Being: A Theoretical Extension. Mark D. Promislo, Robert A. Giacalone and John R. Deckop.
Investigating the Dynamics of Stakeholder Salience: What Happens When the Institutional Change Process Unfolds? Shahzad Khurram and Sandra Charreire Petit.
When Materialists Intend to Resist Consumption: The Moderating Role of Self-Control and Long-Term Orientation. Marcelo Vinhal Nepomuceno and Michel Laroche.
Contemplative Leadership: The Possibilities for the Ethics of Leadership Theory and Practice. Gina Grandy and Martyna Sliwa.
One Vision, Different Paths: An Investigation of Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives in Europe. François Maon, Valérie Swaen, and Adam Lindgreen.
Stock Market Reaction to Corporate Crime: Evidence from South Korea. Chanhoo Song and Seung Hun Han.
Stakeholders Matter: How Social Enterprises Address Mission Drift. Tommaso Ramus and Antonino Vaccaro.
Innovation in Multistakeholder Settings: The Case of a Wicked Issue in Health Care. Edwin Rühli, Sybille Sachs, Ruth Schmitt, and Thomas Schneider.
Safety Reloaded: Lean Operations and High Involvement Work Practices for Sustainable Workplaces. Arnaldo Camuffo, Federica De Stefano, and Chiara Paolino.
Responsible Innovation and the Innovation of Responsibility: Governing Sustainable Development in a Globalized World. Christian Voegtlin and Andreas Georg Scherer.
Ethics, Technology and Organizational Innovation. Stefano Brusoni and Antonino Vaccaro.
Will Corporate Political Connection Influence the Environmental Information Disclosure Level? Based on the Panel Data of A-Shares from Listed Companies in Shanghai Stock Market. Zhihua Cheng, Feng Wang, Christine Keung, and Yongxiu Baj.
Do Lenders Applaud Corporate Environmental Performance? Evidence from Chinese Private-Owned Firms. Xingqiang Du, Jianying Weng, Quan Zeng, and Yingying Chang.
Isolated Environmental Cues and Product Efficacy Penalties: The Color Green and Eco-labels. Ethan Pancer, Lindsay McShane, and Theodore J. Noseworthy.
Corporate Sustainability: A View From the Top. Arménio Rego, Miguel Pina e Cunha, and Daniel Polónia.
The Governance of Global Value Chains: Unresolved Human Rights, Environmental and Ethical Dilemmas in the Apple Supply Chain. Thomas Clarke and Martijn Boersma.
A Comparison of Canadian and U.S. CSR Strategic Alliances, CSR Reporting, and CSR Performance: Insights into Implicit–Explicit CSR. Linda Thorne, Lois S. Mahoney, Kristen Gregory, and Susan Convery.
How Does It Fit? Exploring the Congruence Between Organizations and Their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Activities. Menno D. T. de Jong, and Mark van der Meer.
Evaluating a Socially Responsible Employment Program: Beneficiary Impacts and Stakeholder Perceptions. Matthew Walker, Stephen Hills, and Bob Heere.
Congruence in Corporate Social Responsibility: Connecting the Identity and Behavior of Employers and Employees. Debbie Haski-Leventhal, Lonneke Roza, and Lucas C. P. M. Meijs.
The Pluralist Theory of Ethics Programs Orientations and Ideologies: An Empirical Study Anchored in Requisite Variety. Joé T. Martineau, Kevin J. Johnson and Thierry C. Pauchant.
Ideology and the Balanced Scorecard: An Empirical Exploration of the Tension Between Shareholder Value Maximization and Corporate Social Responsibility. Regina F. Bento, Lasse Mertins and Lourdes F. White.
Ans Kolk and Louise Curran.
Cultural Diversity in Business: A Critical Reflection on the Ideology of Tolerance. J. Félix Lozano and Teresa Escrich.
Contextualizing Corporate Political Responsibilities: Neoliberal CSR in Historical Perspective. Marie-Laure Djelic and Helen Etchanchu
Ideologies in Markets, Organizations, and Business Ethics: Drafting a Map: Introduction to the Special Issue. Michaela Haase and Emmanuel Raufflet.
Knights of the Road: Safety, Ethics, and the Professional Truck Driver. Matthew A. Douglas and Stephen M. Swartz.
“Buying” Corporate Social Responsibility: Organisational Identity Orientation as a Determinant of Practice Adoption. Christopher Wickert, Antonino Vaccaro and Joep Cornelissen.
The Local Roots of Corporate Social Responsibility. Najah Attig and Paul Brockman.
A Cross-Cultural and Feminist Perspective on CSR in Developing Countries: Uncovering Latent Power Dynamics. Charlotte M. Karam and Dima Jamali.
Social Media Policies: Implications for Contemporary Notions of Corporate Social Responsibility. Cynthia Stohl, Michael Etter, Scott Banghart and DaJung Woo.
Board Gender Diversity and Corporate Response to Sustainability Initiatives: Evidence from the Carbon Disclosure Project. Walid Ben-Amar, Millicent Chang and Philip McIlkenny.
Family Business Participation in Community Social Responsibility: The Moderating Effect of Gender. Whitney O. Peake, Danielle Cooper and Margaret A. Fitzgerald.
Effects of Implicit Negotiation Beliefs and Moral Disengagement on Negotiator Attitudes and Deceptive Behavior. Kevin Tasa and Chris M. Bell.
When Organizational Identification Elicits Moral Decision-Making: A Matter of the Right Climate. Suzanne van Gils, Michael A. Hogg and Niels Van Quaquebeke.
An Ethical Perspective on Emerging Forms of Ubiquitous IT-Based Control. Aurélie Leclercq-Vandelannoitte.
Knowledge Stewardship as an Ethos-Driven Approach to Business Ethics. Stuart M. Belle.
Personalized Ad in Your Google Glass? Wearable Technology, Hands-Off Data Collection, and New Policy Imperative. Yong Jin Park and Marko Skoric.
Beyond Coercion: Moral Assessment in the Labour Market. Dan Munter and Lars Lindblom.
Management and Income Inequality: A Review and Conceptual Framework. Brent D. Beal and Marina Astakhova.
“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.
After the harvest: A stewardship perspective on entrepreneurship and philanthropy. Blake D. Mathias, Shelby J. Solomon, Kristen Madison
Linguistic style and crowdfunding success among social and commercial entrepreneurs. Annaleena Parhankangas and Maija Renko.
The impact of the motivation for status on consumers' perceptions of retailer sustainability: the moderating impact of collectivism and materialism. Mertcan Tascioglu , Jacqueline Kilsheimer Eastman and Rajesh Iyer.
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.
On the Foundations of Corporate Social Responsibility. Hao Liang and Luc Renneboog.
Gender and Board Activeness: The Role of a Critical Mass. Miriam Schwartz-Ziv.
Combining Eco-Efficiency and Eco-Effectiveness for Continuous Loop Beverage Packaging Systems: Lessons from the Carlsberg Circular Community. Monia Niero, Michael Z. Hauschild, Simon B. Hoffmeyer and Stig I. Olsen.
Design for Disassembly Criteria in EU Product Policies for a More Circular Economy: A Method for Analyzing Battery Packs in PC-Tablets and Subnotebooks. Laura Talens Peiró, Fulvio Ardente and Fabrice Mathieux.
Circular Economy Policies in China and Europe. Will McDowall, Yong Geng, Beijia Huang, Eva Barteková, Raimund Bleischwitz, Serdar Türkeli, René Kemp and Teresa Doménech.
Closing Global Material Loops: Initial Insights into Firm-Level Challenges. Ernst J. Prosman, Brian V. Wæhrens and Giacomo Liotta.
Solid Waste and the Circular Economy: A Global Analysis of Waste Treatment and Waste Footprints. Alexandre Tisserant, Stefan Pauliuk, Stefano Merciai, Jannick Schmidt, Jacob Fry, Richard Wood and Arnold Tukker.
Do We Have the Right Performance Indicators for the Circular Economy?: Insight into the Swiss Waste Management System. Melanie Haupt, Carl Vadenbo and Stefanie Hellweg.
The Emergence of Circular Economy: A New Framing Around Prolonging Resource Productivity. Fenna Blomsma and Geraldine Brennan.
Circular Economy Rebound. Trevor Zink and Roland Geyer.
Toward a Resource-Efficient Built Environment: A Literature Review and Conceptual Model. David A. Ness and Ke Xing.
Industrial Symbiosis at the Facility Scale. John S. Mulrow, Sybil Derrible, Weslynne S. Ashton and Shauhrat S. Chopra.
A Metric for Quantifying Product-Level Circularity. Marcus Linder, Steven Sarasini and Patricia van Loon.
Integrating Backcasting and Eco-Design for the Circular Economy: The BECE Framework. Joan Manuel F. Mendoza, Maria Sharmina, Alejandro Gallego-Schmid, Graeme Heyes and Adisa Azapagic.
Product Design in a Circular Economy: Development of a Typology of Key Concepts and Terms. Marcel C. den Hollander, Conny A. Bakker and Erik Jan Hultink.
Coming Full Circle: Why Social and Institutional Dimensions Matter for the Circular Economy. Vincent Moreau, Marlyne Sahakian, Pascal van Griethuysen and François Vuille.
What about the Circularity of Hazardous Materials? Terri Goldberg.
The Circular Economy: Exploring the Introduction of the Concept Among S&P 500 Firms. Nancy M. P. Bocken, Paavo Ritala and Pontus Huotari.
Circular Economy: Theoretical Benchmark or Perpetual Motion Machine? Jonathan M. Cullen.
Taking the Circularity to the Next Level: A Special Issue on the Circular Economy. Nancy M. P. Bocken, Elsa A. Olivetti, Jonathan M. Cullen, José Potting and Reid Lifset.
A Delphi Approach to Understanding Varying Expert Viewpoints in Sustainability Communication: The Case of Water Footprints of Bio-Based Fiber Resources. Andrea Sutterlüty, Franziska Hesser, Peter Schwarzbauer, Kurt Christian Schuster, Andreas Windsperger and Tobias Stern.
Firm Type, Feed-in Tariff, and Wind Energy Investment in Germany: An Investigation of Decision Making Factors of Energy Producers Regarding Investing in Wind Energy Capacity. Lone Werner and Bert Scholtens.
Feasibility of Water Efficiency and Reuse Technologies as Demand-Side Strategies for Urban Water Management. Bruk M. Berhanu, Michael Blackhurst, Mary Jo Kirisits, Paulina Jamarillo and Derrick Carlson.
Sustainable Global Agrifood Supply Chains: Exploring the Barriers. Stefan Gold, Nathan Kunz and Gerald Reiner.
Normalization in Comparative Life Cycle Assessment to Support Environmental Decision Making. Stefano Cucurachi, Thomas P. Seager and Valentina Prado.
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.
Escaping the iron cage: Liabilities of origin and CSR reporting of emerging market multinational enterprises. Valentina Marano and Peter Tashman.
Country-level institutions, firm value, and the role of corporate social responsibility initiatives. Sadok El Ghoul, Omrane Guedhami and Yongtae Kim.
Multilevel Influences on Voluntary Workplace Green Behavior: Individual Differences, Leader Behavior, and Coworker Advocacy. Andrea Kim, Youngsang Kim, Kyongji Han, Susan E. Jackson and Robert E. Ployhart.
Maintaining Moral Legitimacy through Worlds and Words: An Explanation of Firms' Investment in Sustainability Certification. Melanie Richards, Thomas Zellweger and Jean-Pascal Gond.
Seizing the Ethical High Ground: Ethical Reputation Building in Corrupt Environments. Ramakrishna Velamuri, S. Venkataraman and William S. Harvey.
Reconsidering the ‘Symmetry’ Between Institutionalization and Professionalization: The Case of Corporate Social Responsibility Managers. David Risi and Christopher Wickert.
Reducing Complexity by Creating Complexity: A Systems Theory Perspective on How Organizations Respond to Their Environments. Anselm Schneider, Christopher Wickert and Emilio Marti.
Meike Eilert, Satish Jayachandran, Kartik Kalaignanam and Tracey A. Swartz.
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.
It Is Not My Place! Psychological Standing and Men’s Voice and Participation in Gender-Parity Initiatives. Elad N. Sherf, Subrahmaniam Tangirala and Katy Connealy Weber.
Bowling for Fascism: Social Capital and the Rise of the Nazi Party. Shanker Satyanath, Nico Voigtländer and Hans-Joachim Voth.
The Effect of Recycling Versus Trashing on Consumption: Theory and Experimental Evidence. Monic Sun and Remi Trudel.
Clicks as a Healthy Alternative to Bricks: How Online Grocery Shopping Reduces Vice Purchases. Elke Huyghe, Julie Verstraeten, Maggie Geuens, and Anneleen Van Kerckhove.
The differing impacts of operational and financial slack on occupational safety in varying market conditions. Frank Wiengarten, Di Fan, Chris K.Y. Lo, and Mark Pagell.
Designing an efficient humanitarian supply network. Aurelie Charles, Matthieu Lauras, Luk N. Van Wassenhove and Lionel Dupont.
Host government impact on the logistics performance of international humanitarian organisations. N. Dube, T. Van der Vaart, R.H. Teunter and L.N. Van Wassenhove.
Every Breath You Take—Every Dollar You’ll Make: The Long-Term Consequences of the Clean Air Act of 1970. Adam Isen, Maya Rossin-Slater and W. Reed Walker.
Harnessing Difference: A Capability-Based Framework for Stakeholder Engagement in Environmental Innovation. Rosina Watson, Hugh N. Wilson, Palie Smart and Emma K. Macdonald.
Optimal Strategies for Flood Prevention. Carel Eijgenraam, Ruud Brekelmans, Dick den Hertog and Kees Roos.
The Potential of Servicizing as a Green Business Model. Vishal V. Agrawal and Ioannis Bellos.
Social Labeling by Competing NGOs: A Model with Multiple Issues and Entry. Anthony Heyes and Steve Martin.
Online Grocery Retail: Revenue Models and Environmental Impact. Elena Belavina, Karan Girotra and Ashish Kabra.
Managing Production-Inventory Systems with Scarce Resources. Saif Benjaafar, David Chen and Rowan Wang.
Service Region Design for Urban Electric Vehicle Sharing Systems. Long He, Ho-Yin Mak, Ying Rong and Zuo-Jun Max Shen.
How Sustainability Is Reflected in the S&P 500 Companies’ Strategic Documents. Nabin Baral and Mohan P. Pokharel
Industries Regulation and Firm Environmental Disclosure: A Stakeholders’ Perspective on the Importance of Legitimation and International Activities. Blanca L. Delgado-Márquez, Luis E. Pedauga and Eulogio Cordón-Pozo.
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.
Partners for Good: How Business and NGOs Engage the Commercial–Social Paradox. Garima Sharma and Pratima Bansal.
Spillover bias in diversity judgment. David P. Daniels, Margaret A. Neale and Lindred L. Greer.
Hierarchical rank and principled dissent: How holding higher rank suppresses objection to unethical practices. Jessica A. Kennedy and Cameron Anderson.
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.
An Optimization-Based Decision-Support Tool for Post-Disaster Debris Operations. Álvaro Lorca, Melih Çelik, Özlem Ergun and Pınar Keskinocak.
Effective Medical Surplus Recovery. Atalay Atasu, Beril Toktay, Wee Meng Yeo and Can Zhang.
Delivering Long-term Surgical Care in Underserved Communities: The Enabling Role of International NPOs as Partners. Emily J. Kohnke, Ujjal Kumar Mukherjee and Kingshuk K. Sinha.
Buyer and Nonprofit Levers to Improve Supplier Environmental Performance. Özgen Karaer, Tim Kraft and John Khawam.
Disaster Relief Inventory Management: Horizontal Cooperation between Humanitarian Organizations. Fuminori Toyasaki, Emel Arikan, Lena Silbermayr and Ioanna Falagara Sigala.
Impact of Take-Back Regulation on the Remanufacturing Industry. Gökçe Esenduran, Eda Kemahlıoğlu-Ziya and Jayashankar M. Swaminathan.
Organization of Public Safety Networks: Spillovers, Interoperability, and Participation. Yipeng Liu, Hong Guo and Barrie R. Nault.
Multistage Stochastic Optimization for Production-Inventory Planning with Intermittent Renewable Energy. Mehdi Golari, Neng Fan and Tongdan Jin.
Operational Productivity, Corporate Social Performance, Financial Performance, and Risk in Manufacturing Firms. Brian W. Jacobs, Richard Kraude and Sriram Narayanan.
Incumbents’ diversification and cross-sectorial energy industry dynamics. Markus Steen and Tyson Weaver.
Does environmental regulation indirectly induce upstream innovation? New evidence from India. Pavel Chakraborty and Chirantan Chatterjee.
Drivers of knowledge accumulation in electronic waste management: An analysis of publication data. Grazia Cecer and Arianna Martinelli.
Characterizing the policy mix and its impact on eco-innovation: A patent analysis of energy-efficient technologies. Valeria Costantini, Francesco Crespi and Alessandro Palma.
Captured by technology? How material agency sustains interaction between regulators and industry actors. John Finch, Susi Geiger and Emma Reid.
Bribes and Firm Value. Stefan Zeume.
Sustainability Lessons From the Front Lines. CB Bhattacharya and Paul Polman.
Context matters: Diversity's short- and long-term effects in fortune's “best companies to work for”. Scott D. Julian and Joseph C. Ofori-Dankwa.
Caught in the crossfire: Dimensions of vulnerability and foreign multinationals' exit from war-afflicted countries. Li Dai, Lorraine Eden and Paul W. Beamish.
Will firms go green if it pays? The impact of disruption, cost, and external factors on the adoption of environmental initiatives. Glen W. S. Dowell and Suresh Muthulingam.
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.