Business Strategy and the Environment

Papers
(The H4-Index of Business Strategy and the Environment is 69. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Modeling the dynamic linkage between financial development, energy innovation, and environmental quality: Does globalization matter?298
Circular economy business models: The state of research and avenues ahead232
Industry 4.0 and the circular economy: A literature review and recommendations for future research218
Retracted: Industry 4.0 and circular economy practices: A new era business strategies for environmental sustainability196
Consumption‐based carbon emissions, renewable energy consumption, financial development and economic growth in Chile190
Enhancing green product and process innovation: Towards an integrative framework of knowledge acquisition and environmental investment177
Sustainable development goals and the strategic role of business: A systematic literature review175
Innovation and the circular economy: A systematic literature review171
The determinants of business contribution to the 2030 Agenda: Introducing the SDG Reporting Score164
Stakeholder pressure, green innovation, and performance in small and medium‐sized enterprises: The role of green dynamic capabilities159
Circular economy to enhance sustainability of small and medium‐sized enterprises158
Digitalization and sustainable development: How could digital economy development improve green innovation in China?148
Are women eco‐friendly? Board gender diversity and environmental innovation141
Integrating sustainability and resilience in the supply chain: A systematic literature review and a research agenda141
Theory of green purchase behavior (TGPB): A new theory for sustainable consumption of green hotel and green restaurant products138
Critical success factors for a circular economy: Implications for business strategy and the environment137
Environmental performance, sustainability, governance and financial performance: Evidence from heavily polluting industries in China132
Barriers to the circular economy in European small and medium‐sized firms130
How circular is the circular economy? Analysing the implementation of circular economy in organisations129
Nudging toward diversity in the boardroom: A systematic literature review of board diversity of financial institutions122
The emerging driving force of inclusive green growth: Does digital economy agglomeration work?118
Sustainable development, ESG performance and company market value: Mediating effect of financial performance116
Do institutional investors drive corporate transparency regarding business contribution to the sustainable development goals?114
Circular economy and the policy: A framework for improving the corporate environmental management in supply chains113
Green growth versus economic growth: Do sustainable technology transfer and innovations lead to an imperfect choice?112
The circular economy and consumer behaviour: The mediating role of information seeking in buying circular packaging111
CEO hometown identity and firm green innovation110
Factors affecting corporate environmental disclosure in emerging markets: The role of corporate governance structures108
Is blockchain able to enhance environmental sustainability? A systematic review and research agenda from the perspective of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)108
The role of information and communication technology on green total factor energy efficiency: Does environmental regulation work?107
Board gender diversity and carbon emissions: European evidence on curvilinear relationships and critical mass107
How do firms achieve sustainability through green innovation under external pressures of environmental regulation and market turbulence?105
Board gender diversity, environmental committee and greenhouse gas voluntary disclosures105
Industry 4.0, innovation, and sustainable development: A systematic review and a roadmap to sustainable innovation105
Green bonds as a tool against climate change?104
Circular economy practices and industry 4.0 technologies: A strategic move of automobile industry103
Does green transformational leadership lead to green innovation? The role of green thinking and creative process engagement103
Industry 4.0 and circular economy: An exploratory analysis of academic and practitioners' perspectives101
Environmental management capabilities for a “circular eco‐innovation”97
A resource‐based view of green innovation as a strategic firm resource: Present status and future directions97
How do corporate environmental policy and corporate reputation affect risk‐adjusted financial performance?96
Perceived behavioral control as a mediator of hotels' green training, environmental commitment, and organizational citizenship behavior: A sustainable environmental practice96
Corporate ESG reporting quantity, quality and performance: Where to now for environmental policy and practice?95
Does the interaction between the knowledge management process and sustainable development practices boost corporate green innovation?93
Do audit committee attributes influence integrated reporting quality? An agency theory viewpoint92
Achieving environmental sustainability through green transformational leadership policy: Can green team resilience help?91
Environmental regulation, total factor productivity, and enterprise duration: Evidence from China90
What do we know about business strategy and environmental research? Insights from Business Strategy and the Environment86
How do green knowledge management and green technology innovation impact corporate environmental performance? Understanding the role of green knowledge acquisition86
An environmental policy of green intellectual capital: Green innovation strategy for performance sustainability85
Exploring the effect of buyer engagement on green product innovation: Empirical evidence from manufacturers84
Enabling the Circular Economy transition: a sustainable lean manufacturing recipe for Industry 4.082
Testing the institutional difference hypothesis: A study about environmental, social, governance, and financial performance81
Does green innovation affect the financial performance of Multilatinas? The moderating role of ISO 14001 and R&D investment81
The transition from linear economy to circular economy for sustainability among SMEs: A study on prospects, impediments, and prerequisites80
The role of ownership structure in integrated reporting policies78
Implementing circular economy in the textile and clothing industry78
The pathway toward pollution mitigation: Does institutional quality make a difference?78
Nonfinancial reporting regulation and challenges in sustainability disclosure and corporate governance practices76
Does adoption of ISO 56002‐2019 and green innovation reporting enhance the firm sustainable development goal performance? An emerging paradigm75
Institutional pressures, environmental management strategy, and organizational performance: The role of environmental management accounting74
A framework of digital technologies for the circular economy: Digital functions and mechanisms73
Does environmental, social, and governance performance move together with corporate green innovation in China?73
Impact of green entrepreneurship orientation on environmental performance: The natural resource‐based view and environmental policy perspective72
Sustaining the sustainable development: How do firms turn government green subsidies into financial performance through green innovation?71
Performance evaluation of reverse logistics in food supply chains in a circular economy using system dynamics70
From circular business models to circular business ecosystems70
Improving companies' impacts on sustainable development: A nexus approach to the SDGS70
Do constraints created by economic growth targets benefit sustainable development? Evidence from China70
Circular economy and innovation: A look from the perspective of organizational capabilities69
Environmental, social and governance disclosure and default risk69
Internal green integration and environmental performance: The predictive power of proactive environmental strategy, greening the supplier, and environmental collaboration with the supplier69
Sustainable Supplier Selection in Megaprojects: Grey Ordinal Priority Approach69
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