Journal of Global Responsibility: Volume 9 Issue 4


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On how business students’ personal values and sustainability conceptions impact their sustainability management orientation: Evidence from Germany, Indonesia and the USA

Jan Seidel, Anna Sundermann, Steven A. Brieger, Pepe Strathoff, Gabriel H. Jacob, Tony Antonio, Christina W. Utami

This paper aims to develop and empirically test a framework on how personal values and sustainability conceptions affect students’ sustainability management orientation…

Do a company’s sincere intentions with CSR initiatives matter to employees?: A comparison of customer-related and employee-related CSR initiatives

Seoki Lee, Kiwon Lee, Yixing (Lisa) Gao, Qu Xiao, Martha Conklin

This study aims to examine how employees’ perceptions of customer-related and employee-related corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives influence their job…

NGOs management: a roadmap to effective practices

Mohammed Aboramadan

From one year to another, more researchers join in the ever-growing field of interest of non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Nevertheless, the literature on NGOs…

Strategic corporate responsibility: a theory review and synthesis

Pasi Heikkurinen

This article examines how responsibility and strategy can and should be connected in a business organization.

Organizational cynicism and employee performance: Moderating role of employee engagement

Muhammad Arslan

Organizational cynicism is a growing trend in contemporary organizations. However, its impact on employee performance remains understudied. The purpose of this study is to…

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