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The purpose of this paper is to connect the literatures on sustainability, innovation and paradox to suggest that sustainability constraints – simultaneously addressing commercial and sustainability goals – will increase organizational innovation.Design/methodology/approachDrawing from the...
This paper answers, in the Chinese stock market, who can realize the “spot value” of corporate social responsibility (CSR).Design/methodology/approachThe authors use event-study to build the research framework. Using CSR report content analysis, the authors measure the specification level of CSR...
PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to propose a public policy solution to updating mainstream financial accounting from its nineteenth century roots and make it more relevant and consistent with public policy, individual investor motivations and global needs as exemplified in the sustainability...
This paper aims to probe the limits of the empirical-normative divide as a conceptual framework in business ethics.Design/methodology/approachA systems theory perspective debunks this divide as a false distinction that cannot do justice to the conceptual complexity of the field of corporate...
The development of green economy is of academic and policy importance to governments and policymakers worldwide. In the light of the necessity of renewable energy to sustain green economic growth, this study aims to examine the relationship between renewable energy consumption and green economic...
The purpose of this study is to propose a definition and model of social sustainability within the ambit of systems theory and to test it on hospitality e-distributors. The study suggests that social sustainability arises through the congruence among the interrelated components of social...
Despite the recognised importance of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in higher education institutions (HEIs), research concerning CSR’s influence on employees’ attitudes and behaviours is still understudied. Grounded in the theory of social identity, this study aims to explore CSR’s impact...
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