NBS’s monthly compilation of the latest business sustainability research prioritizes in-press articles, in order to highlight cutting-edge knowledge. The list draws from Financial Times Top 50 journals and other publications.
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Research for December 2022
Academy of Management Journal
Triggers, Traps, and Disconnect: How Governance Obstacles Hinder Progress on Grand Challenges. Fannie Couture, Paula Jarzabkowski, Jane Kirsten Lê.
Calling Oneself and Others In: Brokering Identities in Diversity Training. Keimei Sugiyama, Jamie J. Ladge, Diana Bilimoria.
On the Plurality and Politics of Ally Work: Liberalism and Self, Relational, and Organizational Ally Work. Carolyn T Dang, Aparna Joshi.
From the Editors—That’s Important, Interesting, and Generative: Winners of the AMJ 2021 Best Paper Award and 2022 Research Impact Award. Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Gurneeta Vasudeva, Daphne W. Yiu.
Academy of Management Perspectives
The mutual Reinforcement of hard and soft Regulation. Judith Schrempf-Stirling, Florian Wettstein.
Why Do Companies Go Woke? Nicolai Foss, Peter Klein.
A Configurational Theory of Generalized Exchange in Stakeholder-Oriented Firms. Jeffrey S. Harrison, Violet Ho, Douglas A. Bosse, Donal Crilly.
Much Ado about the Lack of Policy Implications in Scholarly Journals? Lillian T. Eby, David Facteau.
Woke Corporations and Worldview: Making Moral Proclamations from Shaky Moral Foundations. Patrick Wright.
When Everything Interacts with Everything Else: Intervening in Messes. Malvina Klag, Ann Langley.
Rethinking Diversity Strategies: An Application of Paradox and Positive Organization Behavior Theories. David Andrew Waldman, Jennifer L. Sparr.
Declining Trust in Capitalism: Managerial, Research, and Public Policy Implications. R. Michael Holmes, David A. Waldman, Donald S. Siegel, Justin A. Pepe.
Challenging Disciplinary Norms in Management Research to Catalyze Climate Action. Franz Wohlgezogen, Tom Osegowitsch, Angela McCabe, Joeri Mol.
Challenging Disciplinary Norms: A Response. Daniel Nyberg, Christopher Wright.
Accounting, Organizations and Society
He, him, his: Masculine language in professional guidance and assessed equity and inclusion of women and LGBTQ+ people in the profession. Marietta Peytcheva.
American Economic Review
Earnings Inequality and the Minimum Wage: Evidence from Brazil. Niklas Engbom, Christian Moser.
Business and Society
Grand Challenges and Female Leaders: An Exploration of Relational Leadership During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Abbie Griffith Oliver, Michael D. Pfarrer, François Neville.
Everyday Talk on Twitter: Informal Deliberation About (Ir-)responsible Business Conduct in Social Media Arenas. Daniel Lundgaard, Michael Etter.
Strengthening or Restricting? Explaining the Covid-19 Pandemic’s Configurational Effects on Companies’ Sustainability Strategies and Practices. Ralph Hamann, Alecia Sewlal, Neeveditah Pariag-Maraye, Judy Muthuri, Kenneth Amaeshi, Ijeoma Nwagwu, Jenny Soderbergh.
The Instrumentalization of CSR by Rent-Seeking Governments: Lessons From Tanzania. Eva Nilsson.
As Clear as Black and White: Racially Disparate Concerns Over Career Progression for Remote Workers Across Racial Faultlines. Daniel G. Bachrach, Pankaj C. Patel, Felicia Pratto.
Leadership for Inclusion and Impact: A Renewed Vision for Business & Society. Hari Bapuji, Colin Higgins.
More Than an Umbrella Construct: We Can (and Should) Do Better With CSR by Theorizing Through Context. Jill A. Brown, Andrew Spicer, Kathleen Rehbein, Colin Higgins, Frank G. A. de Bakker, Hari Bapuji.
New Perspectives on Base of the Pyramid Strategies. Nikolay A. Dentchev, Laura Michelini, Alain Verbeke, Jeremy Hall, Jenny Hillemann.
Promoting agricultural technologies with positive environmental effects: Evidence on tree planting in Indonesia. Karina Brenneis, Bambang Irawan, Meike Wollni.
A general equilibrium analysis of individual choice behavior on alternative fuel vehicles. Jeongeun Lee, Yoonmo Koo.
Quantity or quality: Environmental legislation and corporate green innovations. Xiaoqi Huang, Wei Liu, Zhan Zhang, Xinyu Zou, Pujuan Li.
Flagship species and certification types affect consumer preferences for wildlife-friendly rice labels. Kota Mameno, Takahiro Kubo, Kiyokazu Ujiie, Yasushi Shoji.
Circular economy, operational eco-efficiency, and sufficiency. An integrated view. Frank Figge, Andrea Stevenson Thorpe.
The economics of microbiodiversity. Kwi Young Han, Lennard Kröger, Florian Buchholz, Ian Dewan, Martin Quaas, Hinrich Schulenburg, Thorsten B.H. Reusch.
The costs and benefits of conservation versus logging of old-growth native forest: A case history. Carolyn King.
Beyond climate stabilization: Exploring the perceived sociotechnical co-impacts of carbon removal and solar geoengineering. Benjamin K. Sovacool, Chad M. Baum, Sean Low.
Eco-labels, conspicuous conservation and moral licensing: An indirect behavioural rebound effect. Ralf Barkemeyer, C. William Young, Phani Kumar Chintakayala, Anne Owen.
The adoption of green public procurement practices: Analytical challenges and empirical illustration on Swedish municipalities. Elina Bryngemark, Patrik Söderholm, Martina Thörn.
Energy footprints and the international trade network: A new dataset. Is the European Union doing it better? Octavio Fernández-Amador, Joseph F. Francois, Doris A. Oberdabernig, Patrick Tomberger.
Environmental sustainability in agriculture: Identification of bottlenecks. Jussi Lankoski, Leena Lankoski.
The effect of eco-certification on demand: The case of MSC-certified Norway lobster. Anna Andersson, Cecilia Hammarlund.
Regional competition, rural pollution haven and environmental injustice in China. Cong Zhang, Ran Tao, Zihang Yue, Fubing Su.
Towards stability of food production and farm income in a variable climate. Caroline Harkness, Francisco J. Areal, Mikhail A. Semenov, Nimai Senapati, Ian F.Shield, Jacob Bishop.
How can Stakeholder Capitalism contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals? A Cross-network Literature Analysis. Donizete Beck, Marcos Ferasso.
A review of socioeconomic indicators of sustainability and wellbeing building on the social foundations framework. Henry M. Custodio, Michalis Hadjikakou, Brett A. Bryan.
Does circular economy mitigate the extraction of natural resources? Empirical evidence based on analysis of 28 European economies over the past decade. Marco Bianchi, Mauro Cordella.
Diagnostic, regenerative or fossil-free – exploring stakeholder perceptions of Swedish food system sustainability. E. Röös, A. Wood, S. Säll, A. Abu Hatab, S.Ahlgren, E.Hallström, P.Tidåker, H.Hansson.
Journal of Accounting Research
Renewable Governance: Good for the Environment? Alexander Dyck, Karl V. Lins, Lukas Roth, Mitch Towner, Hannes F. Wagner.
Does a Government Mandate Crowd Out Voluntary Corporate Social Responsibility? Evidence from India. Shivaram Rajgopal, Prasanna Tantri.
Journal of Political Economy
Exit versus Voice. Eleonora Broccardo, Oliver Hart, Luigi Zingales.
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science
Drivers and outcomes of smallholder market participation in Sub-Saharan Africa. Marcia F. Kwaramba, Srinivas Sridharan, Felix T. Mavondo.
Narrative curation and stewardship in contested marketspaces. Matthew M. Mars, Hope Jensen Schau, Tyler E. Thorp.
Projecting lower competence to boost apology effectiveness: Underlying mechanism and boundary conditions. Paolo Antonetti, Ilaria Baghi.
Manufacturing and Service Operations Management
Impacts of Distributive Comparison Behavior on Corporate Social Responsibility in Supply Chains: The Role of Small Firms. Mingzheng Wang, Xin Fang, Zizhuo Wang, Ying-ju Chen.
Introduction to the Manufacturing & Service Operations Management Special Section on Responsible Research in Operations Management. Serguei Netessine, Christopher Tang, Michael Toffel.
Comment on “Spilling the Beans on Political Consumerism: Do Social Media Boycotts and Buycotts Translate to Real Sales Impact?” Bart J. Bronnenberg, Jean-Pierre Dubé.
When Bulldozers Loom: Informal Property Rights and Marketing Practice Innovation Among Emerging Market Microentrepreneurs. Magda Hassan, Jaideep Prabhu, Rajesh Chandy, Om Narasimhan.
Commentary on “Frontiers: Spilling the Beans on Political Consumerism: Do Social Media Boycotts and Buycotts Translate to Real Sales Impact?” Yphtach Lelkes.
Rejoinder: Spilling More Beans on Political Consumerism: It’s More of the Same Tune. Jūra Liaukonytė, Anna Tuchman, Xinrong Zhu.
Rejoinder: Heterogeneous Impact of Brands’ Support for Black Lives Matter on Consumer Add a Comment. Yang Wang, Marco Shaojun Qin, Xueming Luo, Yu (Eric) Kou.
Organizational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes
Scholars of color explore bias in academe: Calling in allies and sharing affirmations for us by us. Oscar Holmes, Alexis Nicole Smith, Denise Lewin Loyd, Angélica S. Gutiérrez.
Unethical choice in negotiations: A meta-analysis on gender differences and their moderators. Christoph Nohe, Joachim Hüffmeier, Paul Bürkner, Jens Mazei, Guido Hertel.
Production and Operations Management
Can we work more safely and healthily with robot partners? A human-friendly robot–human-coordinated order fulfillment scheme. Jiuh-Biing Sheu, Tsan-Ming Choi.
Supply chain leakage of greenhouse gas emissions and supplier innovation. Sining Song, Yan Dong, Thomas Kull, Craig Carter, Kefeng Xu.
Optimizing the economic and environmental benefits of ride-hailing and pooling. Sergey Naumov, David Keith.
Do polluting firms suffer long term? Can government use data-driven inspection policies to catch polluters? Chris K. Y. Lo, Christopher S. Tang, Yi Zhou.
Preparedness with a system integrating inventory, capacity, and capability for future pandemics and other disasters. Musen Kingsley Li, ManMohan S. Sodhi, Christopher S. Tang, Jiayi Joey Yu.
Mitigating the financial risk behind emission cap compliance: A case in maritime transportation. Qinghe Sun, Li Chen, Mabel C. Chou, Qiang Meng.
Don’t waste that free lettuce! Impact of BOGOF promotions on retail profit and food waste. Qi Wu, Dorothee Honhon.
Social impact operations at the global base of the pyramid. Jónas Oddur Jónasson, Kamalini Ramdas, Alp Sungu.
Quarterly Journal of Economics
Does Directed Innovation Mitigate Climate Damage? Evidence from U.S. Agriculture. Jacob Moscona, Karthik A. Sastry.
The Evolution of Access to Public Accommodations in the United States. Lisa D. Cook, Maggie E. C. Jones, Trevon D. Logan, David Rosé.
Review of Accounting Studies
The nail that sticks out: corporate social responsibility and shareholder proposals. Michael L. Barnett, Valentin Dimitrov, Feng Gao.
Review of Finance
Escaping Air Pollution: Immigrants, Students, and Spillover Effects on Property Prices Abroad. Yuk Ying Chang, Sudipto Dasgupta.
Sustainable Finance. Alex Edmans, Marcin Kacperczyk.
Asset Prices and Portfolios with Externalities. Steven D. Baker, Burton Hollifield, Emilio Osambela.
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal
Turning rebellion into money? Social entrepreneurship as the strategic performance of systems change. Simon Teasdale, Michael J. Roy, Alex Nicholls, Chantal Hervieux.
Local context and post-crisis social venture creation. Sergey Anokhin, Todd Morgan, Lisa Jones Christensen, William Schulze.
In pursuit of diversification opportunities, efficiency, and revenue diversification: A generalization and extension for social entrepreneurship. Jiaju Yan, Nick Mmbaga, David Gras.
Strategic Management Journal
Does CEO emotion matter? CEO affectivity and corporate social responsibility. Linlin Wang, Ya Lin, Wan Jiang, Haibin Yang, Huazhong Zhao.
Corporate social counterpositioning: How attributes of social issues influence competitive response. Aharon Mohliver, Donal Crilly, Aseem Kaul.
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