Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal: Volume 9 Issue 4


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Sustainability reporting in the aviation industry: worldwide evidence

Abdullah S. Karaman, Merve Kilic, Ali Uyar

The purpose of this study is to investigate empirically what affects Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)-based sustainability reporting and its relationship with firm…

The influence of social responsibility on employee productivity and sales growth: Evidence from certified B corps

Andrea Romi, Kirsten A. Cook, Heather R. Dixon-Fowler

The purpose of this paper is to examine whether B corps’ (for-profit entities whose owners voluntarily commit to conduct business in a socially responsible manner, beyond…

Carrot or stick: CSR disclosures by Southeast Asian companies

Claudia Arena, Ronald Liong, Petros Vourvachis

Motivated by legitimacy theory, this paper aims to examine comprehensively corporate social responsibility (CSR) disclosure in Southeast Asian (Association of Southeast…

Setting the research agenda for measuring sustainability performance – systematic application of the world café method

Samanthi Silva, Edeltraud Guenther

The purpose of this paper is to first present potential areas of research for measuring sustainability performance that emerged in a joint researcher–practitioner workshop…

Sustainability and company attractiveness: A study of American college students entering the job market

Adrien Presley, Theresa Presley, Michael Blum

The purpose of this study is to examine whether a company’s sustainability practices affect job seekers’ perceptions of the attractiveness of the company as a potential employer.

Hybrid organisations contributing to wellbeing in Small Pacific Island Countries

Heather Douglas, Buriata Eti-Tofinga, Gurmeet Singh

This paper aims to examine the contributions of hybrid organisations to wellbeing in small Pacific island countries.

What energy management practice can learn from research on energy culture?

Jan Niklas Rotzek, Christoph Scope, Edeltraud Günther

This investigation aims to reframe the sizeable literature on barriers and drivers for energy efficiency measures (EEMs) and the phenomenon of the energy efficiency gap…

The potential for ‘boundary-spanning organisations’ in addressing the research-practice gap in sustainability accounting

Katherine Leanne Christ, Roger L. Burritt, James Guthrie, Elaine Evans

The purpose of this paper is to understand the role of boundary-spanning organisations as intermediary institutions potentially able to close the gap between applied…

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