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.
Research for July 2017
Academy of Management Discoveries
Disentangling the Politics of Climate Change. Adam R. Fremeth and Alfred A. Marcus.
Corporate Lobbying Expenditures and Green Performance. Jorge Rivera and Sanjay Patnaik.
Academy of Management Learning and Education
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.
American Economic Review
This Mine Is Mine! How Minerals Fuel Conflicts in Africa. Nicolas Berman, Mathieu Couttenier, Dominic Rohner and Mathias Thoenig.
Business and Society
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.
Contemporary Accounting Research
The Relevance to Investors of Greenhouse Gas Emission Disclosures.Paul A. Griffin, David H. Lont and Estelle Y. Sun.
Ethnic discrimination during résumé screening: Interactive effects of applicants’ ethnic salience with job context. Eva Derous, Roland Pepermans, and Ann Marie Ryan.
Journal of Business Ethics
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.
Journal of Business Venturing
After the harvest: A stewardship perspective on entrepreneurship and philanthropy. Blake D. Mathias, Shelby J. Solomon, Kristen Madison
Journal of Industrial Ecology
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.
Journal of Management Studies
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.
Journal of Operations Management
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.
Production and Operations Management
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.
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.
Strategic Management Journal
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.