Journal of Global Responsibility: Volume 11 Issue 3


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The impact of gender diversity on the relationship between managerial entrenchment and corporate social responsibility: evidence from UK companies

Maali Kachouri, Bassem Salhi, Anis Jarboui

The purpose of this paper is to argue the relationship between managerial entrenchment (ME), corporate social responsibility (CSR) and gender diversity. Specifically, this…

Pay-premium for green brands: evidence from an emerging country

Ulun Akturan

This study aims to examine how green branding strategies affect pay-premium behaviour of consumers for high- vs low-involvement green products in an emerging country.

Corporate social sustainability in supply chain management: a literature review

Muhammad Arslan

Recently, sustainable supply chain management (SSCM) has generated significant interest and gained attention of practitioners and academics. The purpose of this paper is…

Competitive environment and bank development

Antoni Seguí Alcaraz

Right up to the moment, the financial sector has been considered a clean and a neutral sector, as far as social and environmental impact concerns. The purpose of this…

Ethics beyond leadership: can ethics survive bad leadership?

Ana Roque, José Manuel Moreira, José Dias Figueiredo, Rosana Albuquerque, Helena Gonçalves

The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the relaxion on what can be done to develop ethical cultures that may be less permeable and more resilient to changes in…


Sustainable human resource management: a systematic review of a developing field

Alex Anlesinya, Pattanee Susomrith

This study aims to systematically review sustainable human resource management (HRM) research with the aim of establishing its research themes, methods and contextual…

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