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The purpose of this study is to examine the influence of characteristics of the institutional environment on the disclosure of corporate social responsibility (CSR).
Drivers to implement the circular economy in born-sustainable business models: a case study in the fashion industryCristina M. Ostermann, Leandro da Silva Nascimento, Fernanda Kalil Steinbruch, Daniela Callegaro-de-Menezes
This study aims to identify the drivers for adopting the circular economy (CE) in a born-sustainable business of the fashion sector.
How the dimensions of culture influence supply chain collaboration: an explanatory sequential mixed-methods investigationInnocent Senyo Kwasi Acquah, Micheline Juliana Naude, Sanjay Soni
This study aims to demonstrate how integration is achieved in an explanatory sequential mixed-methods design by assessing the effect of collaborative cultural dimensions…
Job autonomy, unscripted agility and ambidextrous innovation: analysis of Brazilian startups in times of the Covid-19 pandemicAnderson Betti Frare, Ilse Maria Beuren
This study aims to analyze the influence of job autonomy and unscripted agility on ambidextrous innovation in startups in times of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Online date, start – end:2018
Journal’s owner:School of Economics, Business Administration and Accounting of the University of São Paulo (FEA-USP) – Business Administration Department(opens new window)
Open Access:open access
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