Organization & Environment

Papers
(The median citation count of Organization & Environment is 3. 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
Can Sustainable Investing Save the World? Reviewing the Mechanisms of Investor Impact93
Corporate Carbon and Financial Performance Revisited45
Material ESG Outcomes and SDG Externalities: Evaluating the Health Care Sector’s Contribution to the SDGs44
“I Don’t Owe You, But I Am Committed”: Does Felt Obligation Matter on the Effect of Green Training on Employee Environmental Commitment?42
ESG Standards: Looming Challenges and Pathways Forward41
Do Private Regulations Ratchet Up? How to Distinguish Types of Regulatory Stringency and Patterns of Change21
Organizational Learning for Environmental Sustainability: Internalizing Lifecycle Management20
The Impact of Managers and Network Interactions on the Integration of Circularity in Business Strategy18
Regenerative Organizations: Introduction to the Special Issue16
New Business Models for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Management Services: Action Research With a Large Environmental Sector Company14
The Transition Value of Business Models for a Sustainable Energy System: The Case of Virtual Peer-to-Peer Energy Communities13
The Importance of Social Norm on Adopting Sustainable Digital Fertilisation Methods12
Why Do Firms Participate in Voluntary Environmental Programs? A Meta-Analysis of the Role of Institutions, Resources, and Program Stringency9
Environmental Management Maturity: The Role of Dynamic Validation9
What Really Explains ESG Performance? Disentangling the Asymmetrical Drivers of the Triple Bottom Line9
The Impact of EU Allowance Prices on the Stock Market Indices of the European Power Industries: Evidence From the Ongoing EU ETS Phase III8
Under Pressure? The Link Between Mandatory Climate Reporting and Firms’ Carbon Performance8
Supplier Engagement in Sustainability Programs: A Field Experiment of Enabling Versus Coercive Formalization8
Digital Platforms for the Circular Economy: Exploring Meta-Organizational Orchestration Mechanisms7
Communicating Sustainable Business Models to Consumers: A Translation Theory Perspective7
An Attention-Based View on Environmental Management: The Influence of Entrepreneurial Orientation, Environmental Sustainability Orientation, and Competitive Intensity on Green Product Innovation in Sw7
Different Reasons for Different Responses: A Review of Incumbents’ Adaptation in Carbon-Intensive Industries7
Learning Organization for Corporate Social Responsibility Implementation: Unravelling the Intricate Relationship Between Organizational and Operational Learning Organization Characteristics7
From Values to Value: The Commensuration of Sustainability Reporting and the Crowding Out of Morality6
Through the Smokescreen of the Dieselgate Disclosure: Neutralizing the Impacts of a Major Sustainability Scandal6
Legitimizing Potential “Bad News”: How Companies Disclose on Their Tension Experiences in Their Sustainability Reports6
Culture as Context: A Five-Country Study of Discretionary Green Workplace Behavior6
Bridging the Understanding of Sustainability Accounting and Organizational Change6
Involuntary Disclosures and Stakeholder-Initiated Communication on Social Media6
Cut Them Loose? Firms’ Response Strategies to Environmental Misconduct by Supplying Firms5
Reformists, Decouplists, and Activists: A Typology of Ecocentric Management5
Human Hubris, Anthropogenic Climate Change, and an Environmental Ethic of Humility5
Why Bad News Can Be Good News: The Signaling Feedback Effect of Negative Media Coverage of Corporate Irresponsibility5
Mainstreaming Business Models for Sustainability in Mature Industries: Leveraging Alternative Institutional Logics for Optimal Distinctiveness5
Tinkering With the Plumbing of Sustainable Enterprises: The Case for Field Experimental Research in Corporate Sustainability4
Examining the Institutional and Organizational Antecedents to Organizational Participation in Environmental Management4
Developing Sustainable Business Models: A Microfoundational Perspective3
The Quest for Low-Carbon Mobility: Sustainability Tensions and Responses When Retail Translates a Manufacturer’s Decarbonization Strategy3
Join In . . . and Drop Out? Firm Adoption of and Disengagement From Voluntary Environmental Programs3
Enablers and Barriers: The Conflicting Role of Institutional Logics in Business Model Change for Sustainability3
“Nature Cannot Be Fooled”: A Dual-Equilibrium Simulation of Climate Change3
Nonfinancial Reporting and Real Sustainable Change: Relationship Status—It’s Complicated3
Organisational Drivers and Challenges in Circular Economy Implementation: An Issue Life Cycle Approach3
No End in Sight? A Greenwash Review and Research Agenda3
Special Issue of Organization & Environment on “Nonfinancial Disclosure and Real Sustainable Change Within and Beyond Organizations: Mechanisms, Outcomes, and Complications”3
Leadership Forum on Organizations and Sustainability: Taking Stock, Looking Forward3
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