30 March 2017

Special issue published: "Corporate Responsibility and Sustainable Development: Common Purpose and Divergent Perspectives"

International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development 11(2/3) 2017
  • Sustainable finance? The environmental impact of the 'equator principles' and the credit industry
  • Is the time ripe for global binding norms for corporate accountability?
  • A comparative review of the role of markets and institutions in sustaining innovation in cleantech: a critical mass approach
  • Cultural framework and its influence on corporate social responsibility professionals' profile
  • Challenges and strategies for start-up social movement organisations: the case of a new Canadian climate change advocacy group
  • The power of the social domain in sustainable development: non-market strategies for generating sustainable competitive advantage
Additional papers
  • Innovation and environmental sustainability: analysis in Brazilian metal-mechanic industry
  • Is open innovation supporting sustainable innovation? Findings based on a systematic, explorative analysis of existing literature
  • Understanding information system quality on public e-government service intention: an empirical study
  • Motivations behind green consumption and the influence of environmental consciousness on consumer behaviour

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