Organization & Environment

(The TQCC of Organization & Environment is 9. 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 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
Corporate Carbon and Financial Performance Revisited60
ESG Standards: Looming Challenges and Pathways Forward51
Organizational Learning for Environmental Sustainability: Internalizing Lifecycle Management30
The Impact of Managers and Network Interactions on the Integration of Circularity in Business Strategy23
Regenerative Organizations: Introduction to the Special Issue22
What Really Explains ESG Performance? Disentangling the Asymmetrical Drivers of the Triple Bottom Line19
Digital Platforms for the Circular Economy: Exploring Meta-Organizational Orchestration Mechanisms16
New Business Models for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Management Services: Action Research With a Large Environmental Sector Company15
Under Pressure? The Link Between Mandatory Climate Reporting and Firms’ Carbon Performance14
An Attention-Based View on Environmental Management: The Influence of Entrepreneurial Orientation, Environmental Sustainability Orientation, and Competitive Intensity on Green Product Innovation in Sw14
Why Do Firms Participate in Voluntary Environmental Programs? A Meta-Analysis of the Role of Institutions, Resources, and Program Stringency13
Communicating Sustainable Business Models to Consumers: A Translation Theory Perspective11
Human Hubris, Anthropogenic Climate Change, and an Environmental Ethic of Humility10
Bridging the Understanding of Sustainability Accounting and Organizational Change10
No End in Sight? A Greenwash Review and Research Agenda10
Mainstreaming Business Models for Sustainability in Mature Industries: Leveraging Alternative Institutional Logics for Optimal Distinctiveness10
From Values to Value: The Commensuration of Sustainability Reporting and the Crowding Out of Morality9
Developing Sustainable Business Models: A Microfoundational Perspective9