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Table of Contents: February 2018

Each month, NBS compiles the latest research on management and sustainability by scanning the tables of contents of academic journals. Journals we draw from include the Financial Times Top 50 list as well as sustainability-focused publications.

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Research for February 2018

Academy of Management Review

Accounting, Organizations and Society

Administrative Science Quarterly

Business and Society

Business Strategy and Environment

California Management Review

Harvard Business Review

Human Relations

Human Resources Management

Journal of Accounting and Economics

Journal of Business Ethics

Journal of Consumer Marketing

Journal of Finance

Journal of Financial Economics

Journal of Management   

Journal of Marketing

  • Crisis Management Strategies and the Long-Term Effects of Product Recalls on Firm Value. Yan Liu, Venkatesh Shankar and Wonjoo Yun.

  • Inferring Corporate Motives: How Deal Characteristics Shape Sponsorship Perceptions. David M. Woisetschläger, Christof Backhaus and T. Bettina Cornwell.

  • Demand for “Healthy” Products: False Claims and FTC Regulation. Anita Rao and Emily Wang.

Management Science

Organizational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes

Quarterly Journal of Economics

Research Policy

Strategic Management Journal 

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