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 November 2022
Academy of Management Learning and Education
Academy of Management Review
An Active Learning Approach to Diversity Training. Quinetta Roberson, Ozias A. Moore, Bradford S. Bell.
A New Perspective on Gender Bias in the Upper Echelons: Why Stakeholder Variability Matters. Aparna Joshi, Soojin Oh, Mark R DesJardine.
Beyond Primacy: A Stakeholder Theory of Corporate Governance. J.W. Stoelhorst, Pushpika Vishwanathan.
Do Depositors Respond to Banks’ Social Performance? Yi-Chun Chen, Mingyi Hung, Lynn Linghuan Wang.
Policeman for the World: The Impact of Extraterritorial FCPA Enforcement on Foreign Investment and Internal Controls. Hans B. Christensen, Mark G. Maffett, Thomas Rauter.
Administrative Science Quarterly
The Task Bind: Explaining Gender Differences in Managerial Tasks and Performance. Alexandra C. Feldberg.
The Impact of Mandated Pay Gap Transparency on Firms’ Reputations as Employers. Amanda Sharkey, Elizabeth Pontikes, Greta Hsu.
Business Ethics Quarterly
The Role of Deliberative Mini-Publics in Improving the Deliberative Capacity of Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives. Simon Pek, Sébastien Mena, Brent Lyons.
Affirming an Art Review Section in BEQ. Daniel Hjorth.
Contemporary Accounting Research
Building Trust with Material and Immaterial Corporate Social Responsibility: Benefits and Consequences. Hien Hoang, Soon-Yeow Phang.
Uneven Growth: Automation’s Impact on Income and Wealth Inequality. Benjamin Moll, Lukasz Rachel, Pascual Restrepo.
Multinationals, Monopsony, and Local Development: Evidence From the United Fruit Company. Esteban Méndez, Diana Van Patten.
- Tasks, Automation, and the Rise in U.S. Wage Inequality. Daron Acemoglu, Pascual Restrepo.
Human Resource Management
“Important for you to be there”: Employee activism and the dialectics of researcher–practitioner collaborations. Manuel F. Ramirez, Gazi Islam.
Socially responsible human resource management and employee performance: The roles of perceived external prestige and employee human resource attributions. Byron Y. Lee, Tae-Yeol Kim, Sunghoon Kim, Zhiqiang Liu, Ying Wang.
What does democratic management do in Chinese workplaces? Evidence from matched employer–employee data. Liwen Chen, Zhong-Xing Su, Guanghua Wang.
Career satisfaction in the public sector: Implications for a more sustainable and socially responsible human resource management. Hengky Latan, Charbel Jose Chiappetta Jabbour, Ana Beatriz Lopes de Sousa Jabbour, Murad Ali, Vijay Pereira.
Journal of Applied Psychology
The organizational psychology of gig work: An integrative conceptual review. Russel Cropanzano, Ksenia Keplinger, Brittany K. Lambert, Brianna Caza, Susan J. Ashford.
Egalitarian norm messaging increases human resources professionals’ salary offers to women. Carolin Schuster, Gregg Sparkman, Gregory M. Walton, Anna Alles, David D. Loschelder.
When, why, and for whom is receiving help actually helpful? Differential effects of receiving empowering and nonempowering help based on recipient gender. Young Eun Lee, Lauren S. Simon, Joel Koopman, Christopher C. Rosen, Allison S. Gabriel, Seoin Yoon.
Everything is negotiable, but not for everyone: The role of disability in compensation. Mary Eve P. Speach, Katie L. Badura, Terry C. Blum.
Ethical incidents reported by industrial-organizational psychologists: A ten-year follow-up. Joel Lefkowitz, Logan L. Watts.
Journal of Business Venturing
Inclusive entrepreneurship: A call for a shared theoretical conversation about unconventional entrepreneurs. Rene M. Bakker, Jeffery S. McMullen.
Institutional work to navigate ethical dilemmas: Evidence from a social enterprise. Pradeep Kumar Hota, Babita Bhatt, Israr Qureshi.
Financing sustainable entrepreneurship: ESG measurement, valuation, and performance. Sasan Mansouri, Paul P. Momtaz.
Journal of Consumer Marketing
Educational approaches to enable marketplace metacognition and social intelligence in subsistence consumers. Yukti Sharma, Saravana Jaikumar.
Why consumers support local: moral foundations theory and identity perspective. Hyunjoo Im, Garim Lee, Jacqueline Parr.
Journal of Economics and Management Strategy
Price effects of calling out market power: A study of the COVID-19 oil price shock. Aaron Barkley, David P. Byrne, Xiaosong Wu.
Journal of Financial Economics
Dissecting green returns. Ľuboš Pástor, Robert F. Stambaugh, Lucian A. Taylor.
Journal of Industrial Ecology
Does it pay to be science-based green? The impact of science-based emission-reduction targets on corporate financial performance. David Bendig, Andreas Wagner, Kevin Lau.
The role of raw materials to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals: Tracing the risks and positive contributions of cobalt along the lithium-ion battery supply chain. Lígia da Silva Lima, Louise Cocquyt, Lucia Mancini, Erasmo Cadena, Jo Dewulf.
The influence of consumer behavior on the environmental footprint of passenger car tires. Thomas Hennequin, Mark A. J. Huijbregts, Rosalie van Zelm.
Sharing economy rebound: The case of peer-to-peer sharing of food waste. Tamar Meshulam, David Font-Vivanco, Vered Blass, Tamar Makov.
Journal of Management
The Perverse Consequence of Firms’ Negative Publicity in Stigmatized Industries: CEOs’ Board Appointments. Mohamad Sadri, Caterina Moschieri.
Visible but Hidden: An Intersectional Examination of Identity Management Among Sexual Minority Employees. Lindsay Y. Dhanani, Rebecca R. Totton, Taylor K. Hall, Carolyn T. Pham.
Known and Unknown Mental Illness: Uncovering the Multiple Routes to Workplace Inequities. Adrienne Colella, Alecia Santuzzi.
How Shareholders Impact Stakeholder Interests: A Review and Map for Future Research. Mark R. DesJardine, Muhan Zhang, Wei Shi.
Social Performance Feedback and Firm Communication Strategy. Heli Wang, Ming Jia, Yi Xiang, Yang Lan.
Journal of Management Studies
Imagining a Place for Sustainability Management: An Early Career Call for Action. Lucie Baudoin, Simone Carmine, Lucrezia Nava, Nicholas Poggioli, Onna Malou van den Broek.
Lost and Found in Translation: How Firms Use Anisomorphism to Manage the Institutional Complexity of CSR. Matteo Corciolani, Elisa Giuliani, Ashlee Humphreys, Federica Nieri, Annamaria Tuan, Edward J. Zajac.
Can Corporate Social Responsibility Lead to Social License? A Sentiment and Emotion Analysis. Shuna Shu Ham Ho, Chang Hoon Oh, Daniel Shapiro.
Temporal Orientation and Corporate Social Responsibility: Global Evidence. Jongmoo Jay Choi, Jimi Kim, Oded Shenkar.
Populist Syndrome and Nonmarket Strategy. Daniel J. Blake, Stanislav Markus, Julio Martinez-Suarez.
Not on Skid Row: Stigma Management in Addiction Treatment Organizations. Elizabeth Goodrick, Jennifer Ling Bagdasarian, Lee C. Jarvis.
Stigma as Moral Insurance: How Stigma Buffers Firms from the Market Consequences of Greenwashing. George I. Kassinis, Adam A. Kay, Giorgos Papagiannakis, Pavlos A. Vlachos.
Journal of Marketing Research
The Effectiveness of Cause-Related Marketing: A Meta-Analysis on Consumer Responses. Christina Schamp, Mark Heitmann, Tammo H.A. Bijmolt, Robin Katzenstein.
Product-Harm Crises and Spillover Effects: A Case Study of the Volkswagen Diesel Emissions Scandal in eBay Used Car Auction Markets. Xiaogang Che, Hajime Katayama, Peter Lee.
I Will Be Green for Us: When Consumers Compensate for Their Partners’ Unsustainable Behavior. Aylin Cakanlar, Hristina Nikolova, Gergana Y. Nenkov.
Journal of Operations Management
Emancipatory technology and developing-world supply chains: A case study of African women gemstone miners. Jordana George, Dwayne Whitten, Richard Metters, James Abbey.
Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists
Does Information Disclosure Reduce Drinking Water Violations in the United States? Jonathan Baker, Lori Bennear, Sheila Olmstead.
Using Targeting to Optimize Program Design: Evidence from an Energy Conservation Experiment. Todd Gerarden, Muxi Yang.
Can Pigou at the Polls Stop Us Melting the Poles? Soren Anderson, Ioana Marinescu, Boris Shor.
Compliance and Truthfulness: Leveraging Peer Information with Competitive Audit Mechanisms. Timo Goeschl, Marcel Oestreich, Alice Solda.
Correcting Estimates of Electric Vehicle Emissions Abatement: Implications for Climate Policy. Erich Muehlegger, David Rapson.
Designing Dynamic Subsidies to Spur Adoption of New Technologies. Ashley Langer, Derek Lemoine.
Panda Games: Corporate Disclosure in the Eclipse of Search. Kemin Wang, Xiaoyun Yu, Bohui Zhang.
Economic and Environmental Implications of Biomass Commercialization in Agricultural Processing. Bin Li, Onur Boyabatlı, Buket Avcı.
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