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 May 2021
Academy Of Management Review
Where do stakeholders come from? Sharon Alvarez, Sybille Sachs.
The Corporate Social Responsibility Price Premium as an Enabler of Substantive CSR. Leandro Nardi.
It’s All Fun and Games Until Someone Gets Hurt: An Interactional Framing Theory of Work Social Sexual Behavior · Shannon L. Rawski, Anne M. O’Leary-Kelly, Denise Breaux-Soignet.
Business and Peace: The Impact of Firm-Stakeholder Relational Strategies on Conflict Risk. Brian Ganson, Tony Lizhang He, Witold J. Henisz.
The ‘Necessity’ to Retain Basic Needs as the Boundary Condition of Necessity Entrepreneurship. John Dencker, Sophie Bacq, Marc Gruber.
2021 Presidential Address a Year to Remember: An Extraordinary Journey onto a Promising Path of Inclusion and Agility. Jacqueline A-M. Coyle-Shapiro.
Charitable Contribution Matching and Effort-Elicitation. Jeremy Douthit, Patrick Martin, Michelle McAllister.
Why is Corporate Virtue in the Eye of The Beholder? The Case of ESG Ratings. Dane M. Christensen, George Serafeim, Anywhere Sikochi.
Administrative Science Quarterly
Order from Chaos: How Networked Activists Self-Organize by Creating a Participation Architecture. Felipe G. Massa, Siobhan O’Mahony.
How Professionals Construct Moral Authority: Expanding Boundaries of Expert Authority in Stem Cell Science. Joelle Evans.
The Impact of Logic (In)Compatibility: Green Investing, State Policy, and Corporate Environmental Performance. Shipeng Yan, Juan (John) Almandoz, Fabrizio Ferraro.
Business Ethics Quarterly
The Promise of Pragmatism: Richard Rorty and Business Ethics. Sareh Pouryousefi, R. Edward Freeman.
Why a Right to an Explanation of Algorithmic Decision-Making Should Exist: A Trust-Based Approach. Tae Wan Kim, Bryan R. Routledge.
Human Resource Management
Analysing the impacts of Universal Basic Income in the changing world of work: Challenges to the psychological contract and a future research agenda. Graham Perkins, Sarah Gilmore, David S. A. Guttormsen, Stephen Taylor.
Refugee recruitment and workplace integration: An opportunity for human resource management scholarship and impact. Giles Hirst, Sally Curtis, Ingrid Nielsen, Russell Smyth, Alexander Newman, Ning Xiao.
Refugee employment support: The HRM–CSR nexus and stakeholder co-dependency. Eun Su Lee, Betina Szkudlarek.
The interaction between gender and informal social networks: An East Asian perspective: Gender diversity management in East Asia. Andri Georgiadou, Jawad Syed.
Studying mutuality and perversity in the impacts of human resource management on societal well-being: Advancing a pluralist agenda. Peter Boxall.
HRM and the COVID-19 pandemic: How can we stop making a bad situation worse? Mark Butterick, Andy Charlwood.
Journal of Applied Psychology
Different starting lines, different finish times: The role of social class in the job search process. Philip S. DeOrtentiis, Chad H. Van Iddekinge, Connie R. Wanberg.
Gender-contingent effects of leadership on loneliness.. Wei Jee Ong
Race and reactions to women’s expressions of anger at work: Examining the effects of the “angry Black woman” stereotype. Daphna Motro, Jonathan B. Evans, Aleksander P. J. Ellis, Lehman Benson III.
“Burnt by the spotlight”: How leadership endorsements impact the longevity of female leaders. Priyanka Dwivedi, Vilmos F. Misangyi, Aparna Joshi.
Words that hurt: Leaders’ anti-Asian communication and employee outcomes. Sora Jun, Junfeng Wu.
Journal of Business Venturing
Economic inequality – Is entrepreneurship the cause or the solution? A review and research agenda for emerging economies. Garry Bruton, Christopher Sutter, Anna-Katharina Lenz.
The mirroring of intercultural and hybridity experiences: A study of African immigrant social entrepreneurs. Nkosana Mafico, Anna Krzeminska, Charmine Härtel, Josh Keller.
Trends and patterns in sustainable entrepreneurship research: A bibliometric review and research agenda. Amitabh Anand, Padmaja Argade, Ralf Barkemeyer, Fanny Salignac.
Journal of Consumer Marketing
The impact of message framing and perceived consumer effectiveness on green ads. Ceren Ekebas-Turedi, Elika Kordrostami, Ilgım Dara Benoit.
The impact of the institutional environment on green consumption in India. Naman Sreen, Rambalak Yadav, Sushant Kumar, Mark Gleim.
The role of subjective knowledge and perceived trustworthiness in fair trade consumption for fashion and food products. Tim Eberhardt, Marco Hubert, Helena Maria Lischka, Mirja Hubert, Zhibin Lin.
How can an organic label help a private label? Gauthier Casteran, Thomas Ruspil.
Determinants of eco-socially conscious consumer behavior toward alternative fuel vehicles. Muhammad Abid Saleem, Lynne Eagle, David Low.
Television viewing and conspicuous consumption of households: evidence from India. Avinash Kumar, Rajeev Kumra.
Will a green color and nature images make consumers pay more for a green product? Manoshi Samaraweera, Jeanetta D. Sims, Dini M. Homsey.
Journal of Financial Economics
The Big Three and Corporate Carbon Emissions Around the World. José Azar, Miguel Duro, Igor Kadach, Gaizka Ormazabal.
Do investors care about carbon risk? Patrick Bolton, Marcin Kacperczyk.
Market expectations of a warming climate. Wolfram Schlenker, Charles A. Taylor.
Corporate immunity to the COVID-19 pandemic. Wenzhi Ding, Ross Levine, Chen Lin, Wensi Xie.
Color and credit: Race, regulation, and the quality of financial services. Taylor A. Begley, Amiyatosh Purnanandam.
Do activist hedge funds target female CEOs? The role of CEO gender in hedge fund activism. Bill B. Francis, Iftekhar Hasan, Yinjie (Victor) Shen, Qiang Wu.
Family comes first: Reproductive health and the gender gap in entrepreneurship. Jonathan Zandberg.
Journal of Industrial Ecology
Closed-loop sustainable product design for circular economy. Buddhika M. Hapuwatte, I. S. Jawahir.
Emissions of electric vehicle charging in future scenarios: The effects of time of charging. Anders Arvesen, Steve Völler, Christine Roxanne Hung, Volker Krey, Magnus Korpås, Anders Hammer Strømman.
Global environmental and socio-economic impacts of a transition to a circular economy in metal and electrical products: A Dutch case study. Bertram F. de Boer, Elmer Rietveld, João F. D. Rodrigues, Arnold Tukker.
Capital-based life cycle sustainability assessment: Evaluation of potential industrial symbiosis synergies. Karpagam Subramanian, Shauhrat S. Chopra, Weslynne S. Ashton.
Aquatic micro- and nano-plastics in life cycle assessment: Development of an effect factor for the quantification of their physical impact on biota. Jérôme Lavoie, Anne-Marie Boulay, Cécile Bulle.
Critical review of global plastics stock and flow data. Chunyan Wang, Yi Liu, Wei-Qiang Chen, Bing Zhu, Shen Qu, Ming Xu.
Is life cycle assessment enough to address unintended side effects from Circular Economy initiatives? Monia Niero, Charlotte L. Jensen, Chiara Farné Fratini, Jens Dorland, Michael S. Jørgensen, Susse Georg.
A field experiment on workplace norms and electric vehicle charging etiquette. Omar Isaac Asensio, Camila Z. Apablaza, M. Cade Lawson, Sarah Elizabeth Walsh.
Futura: A new tool for transparent and shareable scenario analysis in prospective life cycle assessment. P. James Joyce, Anna Björklund.
Material efficiency for climate change mitigation. Eric Masanet, Niko Heeren, Shigemi Kagawa, Jonathan Cullen, Reid Lifset, Richard Wood.
Emission reduction strategies in the EU steel industry: Implications for business model innovation. Matilda Axelson, Sebastian Oberthür, Lars J. Nilsson.
The role of consumer preferences in reducing material intensity of electronic products. Barbara Kasulaitis, Callie W. Babbitt, Anna Christina Tyler.
Material efficiency and climate change mitigation of passenger vehicles. Paul Wolfram, Qingshi Tu, Niko Heeren, Stefan Pauliuk, Edgar G. Hertwich.
Journal of Management
What’s It Like Inside the Hive? Managerial Discretion Drives TMT Gender Diversity of Women-Led Firms. Emily S. Corwin, Holly Loncarich, Jason W. Ridge.
Purpose in the For-Profit Firm: A Review and Framework for Management Research. Gerard George, Martine R. Haas, Anita M. McGahan, Simon J. D. Schillebeeckx, Paul Tracey.
Virtue Rhetoric in Investor Communications: Setting Up for a Letdown? Miles A. Zachary, Brian L. Connelly, G. Tyge Payne, Lori L. Tribble.
Stakeholder Theory and the Resource-Based View of the Firm. R. Edward Freeman, Sergiy D. Dmytriyev, Robert A. Phillips.
Journal of Management Studies
Researching for Desirable Futures: From Real Utopias to Imagining Alternatives. Ali Aslan Gümüsay, Juliane Reinecke.
The Distinctive Domain of the Sharing Economy: Definitions, Value Creation, and Implications for Research. Gideon D. Markman, Marvin Lieberman, Michael Leiblein, Li-Qun Wei, Yonggui Wang.
Burning Down the House: COVID-19 and Institutions. A. Wren Montgomery, M. Tina Dacin.
Journal of Marketing Research
Educational Campaigns for Product Labels: Evidence from On-Shelf Nutritional Labeling. Bryan Bollinger, Eli Liebman, David Hammond, Erin Hobin, Jocelyn Sacco.
Journal of Operations Management
Exploratory data science for discovery and ex-ante assessment of operational policies: Insights from vehicle sharing. Tobias Brandt, Oliver Dlugosch.
Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (JAERE)
Heterogeneous Solar Capacity Benefits, Appropriability, and the Costs of Suboptimal Siting. Steven Sexton, A, Justin Kirkpatrick, Robert I. Harris, Nicholas Z. Muller.
Strategic Environmental Policy and the Mobility of Firms. Robert Christian Schmidt, Philipp Moritz Richter, Marco Runkel.
Are economists getting climate dynamics right and does it matter? Simon Dietz, Frederick van der Ploeg, Armon Rezai, Frank Venmans.
Drivers, Riders, and Service Providers: The Impact of the Sharing Economy on Mobility. Saif Benjaafar, Harald Bernhard, Costas Courcoubetis, Michail Kanakakis, Spyridon Papafragkos.
Childcare Matters: Female Business Owners and the Baby-Profit Gap. Solène Delecourt, Anne Fitzpatrick.
Scandal, Social Movement, and Change: Evidence from #MeToo in Hollywood. Hong Luo, Laurina Zhang.
Social Responsibility Auditing in Supply Chain Networks. Han Zhang, Goker Aydin, Rodney P. Parker.
Low-Wage Workers and the Enforceability of Noncompete Agreements. Michael Lipsitz, Evan Starr.
Assessing Algorithmic Fairness with Unobserved Protected Class Using Data Combination. Nathan Kallus, Xiaojie Mao, Angela Zhou.
Destigmatization and Its Imbalanced Effects in Labor Markets. Giacomo Negro, Melissa J. Williams, Elizabeth G. Pontikes, Gabrielle Lopiano.
Dimensioning On-Demand Vehicle Sharing Systems. Saif Benjaafar, Shining Wu, Hanlin Liu, Einar Bjarki Gunnarsson.
Corporate Political Connections and Favorable Environmental Regulatory Enforcement. Amanda Heitz, Youan Wang, Zigan Wang.
Net-Metered Distributed Renewable Energy: A Peril for Utilities? Nur Sunar, Jayashankar M. Swaminathan.
Call to Duty: Just-in-Time Scheduling in a Restaurant Chain. Masoud Kamalahmadi, Qiuping Yu, Yong-Pin Zhou.
Consistent Allocation of Emission Responsibility in Fossil Fuel Supply Chains. Sanjith Gopalakrishnan, Daniel Granot, Frieda Granot.
Testing at the Source: Analytics-Enabled Risk-Based Sampling of Food Supply Chains in China. Cangyu Jin, Retsef Levi, Qiao Liang, Nicholas Renegar, Stacy Springs, Jiehong Zhou, Weihua Zhou.
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