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Centre for Building Sustainable Value

2013 Participants

Estefania Amer Maistriau

Estefania Amer Maistriau

University of Geneva
To What Extent Does Negative Public Exposure on Environmental Issues Increase Environmental Performance?

Mark DesJardine

Mark DesJardine

Western University
The Value of Social and Environmental Practices and Resilience During the Global Financial Crisis

Jason Good

Jason Good

University of Michigan
Sensemaking at Sea: How Captains Organize with Natural Processes in the Kodiak Trawl Fleet

Erin Henry

Erin Henry

Harvard Business School
Not Just Keeping the Lights On: Finding Mutual Gain in Stakeholder Engagement at a Utility

Sarah Ivory

Sarah Ivory

University of Edinburgh
Legitimising sustainability: how practitioners gain legitimacy for sustainability within their organisation

Susan Kayser

Susan Kayser

Indiana University
Using Strong Stakeholders to Prevent Free-Riding in Weak Voluntary Programs

Suntae Kim

Suntae Kim

University of Michigan
Entrepreneurial Imagination in Detroit: Discovering Birthing Processes of Post-Corporate Alternatives

Jose Carlos Marques

Jose Carlos Marques

McGill University
A league of their own: How business-led private governance initiatives achieve legitimacy

Lauren McCarthy

Lauren McCarthy

University of Nottingham
Diagrams as Data: Participatory Methods for Inclusive Sustainable Development

Maddy Ong

Maddy Ong

University of Michigan
Does Working for a Socially Responsible Organization Make Employees More or Less Prosocial? The Role of Work Meaning in Reconciling the Moral Licensing Versus consistency Debate

Akwasi Opoku-Dakwa

Akwasi Opoku-Dakwa

Rutgers University
Employee engagement in corporate volunteering: A relational perspective

Daniel van den Buuse

Daniel van den Buuse

University of Amsterdam
Business responses to sustainable energy development in urban regions: a regional-level perspective on a global transition process

Siddharth Vedula

Siddharth Vedula

University of Colorado, Boulder
Venture Capital and CleanTech Entry: Contingent Effects of Environmental Social Norms

Pushpika Vishwanathan

Pushpika Vishwanathan

Erasmus University
Theoretically Meaningful but Economically Unsustainable: The Case of Political CSR

Georg Wernicke

Georg Wernicke

University in Mannheim
CEO hypocrisy: How does CSR policy influence the reaction to excessive CEO pay?