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Centre for Building Sustainable Value

2016 Participants

Miron Avidan

Miron Avidan

McGill University 
PERFORMATIVE EFFECTS OF SUSTAINABILITY DISCLOSURE

Bjoern Mitzinneck

Bjoern Mitzinneck

Cornell University
INSPIRING PRIDE: HOW BIO-ENERGY VILLAGES CHANGE INSTITUTIONALIZED ENERGY SUPPLY IN GERMANY 

Youngbin Joo

Youngbin Joo

University of Alberta
Financialization of the Economy and Clean Technology Innovation: The Paradox of Institutional Investor Ownership

Joel Andrus

Joel Andrus

Texas A&M University
The Impact of Logics on Renewable Power Generation at Landfills: A Multiple Level Analysis

Vontrese Pamphile

Vontrese Pamphile

Northwestern University
Pragmatic Ambiguity in Situations of Enduring Institutional Complexity

Steve Loren

Steve Loren

UMass
Exploring Corporate Social Responsibility as a Form of Global Corporate Governance: An Institutional Analysis of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI)

Simon Wright

Simon Wright

University of Technology 
Collaborate or Perish: Networks and the Role of Third Party Activators in the Sustainable Innovation Journey

Patrick Callery

Patrick Callery

UC Santa Barbara
Peer Eects and Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility

Jimi Kim

Jimi Kim

Temple University
Long Term Orientation and Corporate Social Responsibility: Multi-layered Evidence from around the World

Merriam Haffar

Merriam Haffar

Ryerson University
EXPLORING STRATEGIC COGNITION AROUND SUSTAINABILITY TENSIONS IN CORPORATE REPORTS: TOWARDS A TYPOLOGY OF STRATEGIC SUSTAINABILITY’ FRAMES

Jessica Burshell

Jessica Burshell

University of Toronto
Dynamics of Sensegiving for Ongoing Media Coverage: A quantitative case study of green building rating systems

Mallory Flowers

Mallory Flowers

Georgia Tech
GREENING THE IRON CAGE: Institutional Isomorphism in Certification Pathways for the Built Environment

Jocelyn Fraser

Jocelyn Fraser

University of British Colombia
A MEDIA ANALYSIS OF MINING-COMMUNITY CONFLICT AND INVESTIGATION INTO THE VALUE PROPOSITION OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Vanya Rusinova

Vanya Rusinova

Copenhagen Business School
Access to Finance and Corporate Social Responsibility: Causal Evidence from a Natural Experiment

Wayne Fu

Wayne Fu

Georgia Institute of Technology
Are Hazardous Substance Rankings Effective? An Empirical Investigation of Changing Assessments of the Relative Hazards of Chemicals and Voluntary Emissions Reductions