Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management

Papers
(The TQCC of Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management is 16. 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Extending the benefits of ESG disclosure: The effect on the cost of debt financing182
Green human resource management and employees pro‐environmental behaviours: Examining the underlying mechanism167
Inside the ESG ratings: (Dis)agreement and performance163
Impact of CSR and environmental triggers on employee green behavior: The mediating effect of employee well‐being156
Corporate social responsibility and financial performance of companies: The puzzle of concepts, definitions and assessment methods153
Do ESG scores effect bank risk taking and value? Evidence from European banks138
Corporate social responsibility and employees' voluntary pro‐environmental behavior: The role of organizational pride and employee engagement135
Organizations' engagement with sustainable development goals: From cherry‐picking to SDG‐washing?134
The interplay of green servant leadership, self‐efficacy, and intrinsic motivation in predicting employees’ pro‐environmental behavior108
Confession or justification: The effects of environmental disclosure on corporate green innovation in China104
Digital transformation and corporate environmental performance: The moderating role of board characteristics104
Trends in the dynamic evolution of board gender diversity and corporate social responsibility103
Board structure, financial performance, corporate social responsibility performance, CSR committee, and CEO duality: Disentangling the connection in healthcare90
Do CSR activities increase organizational citizenship behavior among employees? Mediating role of affective commitment and job satisfaction89
Being sustainable: The three‐way interactive effects of CSR, green human resource management, and responsible leadership on employee green behavior and task performance88
The role of dynamic capabilities in circular economy implementation and performance of companies85
Assessment of corporate social responsibility by addressing sustainable development goals84
Corporate social responsibility and eco‐innovation: The triple bottom line perspective81
Perceived corporate social responsibility and pro‐environmental behaviors: The role of organizational identification and coworker pro‐environmental advocacy81
Gender diversity and sustainability performance in the banking industry80
Retracted: Green human resource management and employees' green creativity: The roles of green behavioral intention and individual green values76
Does green public procurement encourage firm's environmental certification practice? The mediation role of top management support72
Does better environmental, social, and governance induce better corporate green innovation: The mediating role of financing constraints72
Does corporate governance matter in corporate social responsibility disclosure? Evidence from Italy in the “era of sustainability”71
How fashion can achieve sustainable development through a circular economy and stakeholder engagement: A systematic literature review70
Performance measurement tools for sustainable business: A systematic literature review on the sustainability balanced scorecard use69
Impact of social responsibility disclosure between implementation of green accounting and sustainable development: A study on heavily polluting companies in Bangladesh69
Economic policy uncertainty, stakeholder engagement, and environmental, social, and governance practices: The moderating effect of competition68
ESG and reputation: The case of sanctioned Italian banks67
Corporate Governance Configurations and Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure: Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Audit Committee and Board characteristics63
Corporate social responsibility's influence on firm risk and firm performance: the mediating role of firm reputation63
Organizational ambidexterity, green entrepreneurial orientation, and environmental performance in SMEs context: Examining the moderating role of perceived CSR63
Embedding sustainability in risk management: The impact of environmental, social, and governance ratings on corporate financial risk62
Impact of climate change mitigation policies on corporate financial performance: Evidence‐based on European publicly listed firms61
Environmental management system according to ISO 14001:2015 as a driver to sustainable development61
Stakeholder engagement, Csr development and Sdgs compliance: A systematic review from 2015 to 202160
Does corporate social responsibility commitment and participation predict environmental and social performance?59
The impact of board cultural diversity on a firm's commitment toward the sustainability issues of emerging countries: The mediating effect of a CSR committee58
The application of corporate social responsibility (CSR) actions for mitigation of environmental, social, corporate governance (ESG) and reputational risk in integrated reports57
Environmental sustainability orientation and corporate social responsibility influence on environmental performance of small and medium enterprises: The mediating effect of green capability56
Gender diversity and corporate performance: Emphasis on sustainability performance56
Banks and environmental, social and governance drivers: Follow the market or the authorities?56
Social sustainable supply chains in the food industry: A perspective of an emerging economy55
Responsible digitalization through digital technologies and green practices53
The relationship between integrated reporting and corporate environmental performance: A green trial52
The rationale for ISO 14001 certification: A systematic review and a cost–benefit analysis52
Environmental performance, carbon performance and earnings management: Empirical evidence for the European capital market52
A systematic literature review on employee relations with CSR: State of art and future research agenda51
Does it pay off? Integrated reporting and cost of debt: European evidence51
Corporate environmental performance and financing constraints: An empirical study in the Chinese context50
The future ofnon‐financialbusinesses reporting: Learning from the Covid‐19 pandemic50
The effects of green supply chain management capability on the internalisation of environmental management systems and organisation performance50
Assurance of corporate social responsibility reports: Examining the role of internal and external corporate governance mechanisms49
Environmental, social and governance ratings and firm performance: The moderating role of internal control quality49
Stakeholder pressure for eco‐friendly practices, international orientation, and eco‐innovation: A study of small and medium‐sized enterprises in Vietnam49
Shortcomings in reporting contributions towards the sustainable development goals48
Actions and approaches for enabling Industry 5.0‐driven sustainable industrial transformation: A strategy roadmap48
How stakeholders affect the pursuit of the Environmental, Social, and Governance. Evidence from innovative small and medium enterprises47
Board gender diversity and corporate social responsibility assurance: The moderating effect of ownership concentration47
Sustainable human resources management in crisis contexts: Interaction of socially responsible labour practices for the wellbeing of employees47
The importance of corporate social responsibility in achieving high corporate reputation47
How does greenwashing influence managers' decision‐making? An experimental approach under stakeholder view46
Corporate social responsibility performance and information asymmetry: The moderating role of analyst coverage45
The role of corporate governance in environmental policy disclosure and sustainable development. Generalized estimating equations in longitudinal count data analysis.45
Digital transformation and environmental performance: Evidence from Chinese resource‐based enterprises45
Exploring sustainable development goals reporting practices: From symbolic to substantive approaches—Evidence from the energy sector45
The level of sustainability and mutual fund performance in Europe: An empirical analysis using ESG ratings44
Hotel employees' corporate social responsibility perception and organizational citizenship behavior: Perceived external prestige and pride in organization as serial mediators44
Climate change policies: Good news or bad news for firms in the European Union?43
Shaping sustainable development: External environmental pressure, exploratory green learning, and radical green innovation43
Transparency of materiality analysis in GRI‐based sustainability reports43
Bright harmony of environmental management initiatives for achieving corporate social responsibility authenticity and legitimacy: Glimpse of hotel and tourism industry43
Environmental, social and governance, corporate social responsibility, and stock returns: What are the short‐ and long‐Run relationships?43
The quality of nonfinancial voluntary disclosure: A systematic literature network analysis on sustainability reporting and integrated reporting43
Green human resource management, a gateway to employer branding: Mediating role of corporate environmental sustainability and corporate social sustainability42
Do ESG reporting guidelines and verifications enhance firms' information disclosure?42
Employee green behavior: A meta‐analysis42
Assessing the interrelationship corporate environmental responsibility, innovative strategies, cognitive and hierarchical CEO: A stakeholder theory perspective42
Green ambidexterity and environmental performance: The role of green human resources41
The link between female representation in the boards of directors and corporate social responsibility: Evidence from B corps41
The impact of corporate social responsibility on innovation in small and medium‐sized enterprises: The mediating role of debt terms and human capital40
Forecasting volatility by integrating financial risk with environmental, social, and governance risk39
Corporate social responsibility and sustainability issues of small‐ and medium‐sized enterprises39
Using big data to evaluate corporate social responsibility and sustainable development practices38
CSR and organizational performance: The role of pro‐environmental behavior and personal values38
The impact of the amount of environmental information disclosure on financial performance: The moderating effect of corporate internationalization38
The impact of social responsibility on corporate financial performance: A systematic literature review38
B Corp versus ISO 9001 and 14001 certifications: Aligned, or alternative paths, towards sustainable development?37
Corporate social performance and non‐financial reporting in the cruise industry: Paving the way towards UN Agenda 203037
Influence of corporate social responsibility on sustainable practices of small and medium‐sized enterprises: Implications on business performance36
Exploring consumer participation in environment management: Findings from two‐staged structural equation modelling‐artificial neural network approach36
Doing well by doing good: How corporate environmental responsibility influences corporate financial performance36
Women on corporate boards and sustainable development in the American and European markets: Is there a limit to gender policies?36
Green dynamic capability of construction enterprises: Role of the business model and green production36
Walking the talk in family firms. An empirical investigation of CSR communication and practices36
Demonstrating the interconnection of hierarchical order disturbances in CEO succession with corporate social responsibility and environmental sustainability35
The usefulness of sustainable business models: Analysis from oil and gas industry35
Corporate social responsibility and financial performance: International evidence of the mediating role of reputation35
Corporate social responsibility and employee performance: The mediating role of employee engagement in the manufacturing sector of Pakistan35
Greenwashing behavior and firm value – From the perspective of board characteristics35
Identifying the moral–practical gaps in corporate social responsibility missions of Vietnamese firms: An event‐based analysis of sustainability feasibility34
The influence of green trust on travel agency intentions to promote low‐carbon tours for the purpose of sustainable development34
Impact of family involvement on internal and external corporate social responsibilities: Evidence from Chinese publicly listed firms33
Non‐financial disclosure and information asymmetry: A stakeholder view on US listed firms33
Social impacts of a circular business model: An approach from a sustainability accounting and reporting perspective33
Does top management team responsible leadership help employees go green? The role of green human resource management and environmental felt‐responsibility32
The philanthropic response of substantive and symbolic corporate social responsibility strategies to COVID‐19 crisis: Evidence from China32
Promoting employees' environmental performance in hospitality industry through environmental attitude and ecological behavior: Moderating role of managers' environmental commitment32
Corporate sustainability and trade credit financing: Evidence from environmental, social, and governance ratings32
Corporate sustainability and analysts' earnings forecast accuracy: Evidence from environmental, social and governance ratings31
Evaluating board diversity and its importance in the environmental and social performance of organizations31
Conceptualizing and enabling circular economy through integrated thinking31
Socially responsible investing worldwide: Do markets value corporate social responsibility?31
Exploring the impact of corporate social responsibility on real earning management and discretionary accruals31
Board diversity and corporate social performance: Does the family firm status matter?30
Contribution of social responsibility to the work involvement of employees30
Social and environmental reporting, sustainable development and institutional voids: Evidence from a developing country30
Corporate social responsibility corporate innovation: A cross‐country study of developing countries30
Analyst coverage and corporate social responsibility decoupling: Evidence from China30
Corporate social responsibility, green financial system guidelines, and cost of debt financing: Evidence from pollution‐intensive industries in China30
Green innovation peer effects in common institutional ownership networks29
Board gender diversity and sustainability performance: Nordic evidence29
The three pillars of sustainability and agile project management: How do they influence each other29
Do circular economy practices affect corporate performance? Evidence from Italian large‐sized manufacturing firms29
Impact of corporate social responsibility on financial expert CEOs' turnover in heavily polluting companies in Bangladesh29
Framing the evolution of the corporate social responsibility and environmental management journal29
Can green credit policy reduce corporate carbon emission intensity: Evidence from China's listed firms29
How does corporate R&D investment respond to climate policy uncertainty? Evidence from heavy emitter firms in the United States28
A need for assurance: Do internal control systems integrate environmental, social, and governance factors?28
Impact of environmental, social and governance disclosure on dividend policy: What is the role of corporate governance? Evidence from an emerging market28
Executive personality and sustainability: Do extraverted chief executive officers improve corporate social responsibility?28
Circular economy business models: Towards achieving sustainable development goals in the waste management sector—Empirical evidence and theoretical implications28
Visualizing the triple bottom line: A large‐scale automated visual content analysis of European corporations' website and social media images28
Social sustainability in the food value chain: An integrative approach beyond corporate social responsibility28
The impact of ESG factors on financial efficiency: An empirical analysis for the selection of sustainable firm portfolios28
The moderating effects of corporate social responsibility assurance in the relationship between corporate social responsibility disclosure and corporate performance28
Effects of environmental corporate social responsibility on environmental well‐being perception and the mediation role of community resilience28
The profitable relationship among corporate social responsibility and human resource management: A new sustainable key factor28
Multidimensional corporate social responsibility disclosure and financial performance: A meta‐analytical review28
Financial constraints and corporate greenwashing strategies in China27
Social media as stakeholder engagement tool: CSR communication failure in the oil and gas sector27
Non‐financial disclosure regulation and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance: The case of EU and US firms27
Drivers of the CSR report assurance quality: Credibility and consistency for stakeholder engagement27
Sustainable strategies and corporate social responsibility in the Italian fisheries companies26
Best of the world or better for the world? A systematic literature review on benefit corporations and certified B corporations contribution to sustainable development26
Does TMT composition matter to environmental policy and firm performance? The role of organizational slack26
The impact of green innovation on manufacturing small and medium enterprises corporate social responsibility fulfillment: The moderating role of regional environmental regulation26
R&D as bridge to sustainable development? Case of Czech Republic and Slovenia25
The effect of managerial ability on corporate social responsibility and firm value in the energy industry25
How CEO social capital drives corporate social performance: The roles of stakeholders, and CEO tenure25
Seeing is believing? The impact of air pollution on corporate social responsibility25
Combining lean and green practices to achieve a superior performance: The contribution for a sustainable development and competitiveness—An empirical study on the Portuguese context25
Impact of corporate social responsibility attributions on employee's extra‐role behaviors: Moderating role of ethical corporate identity and interpersonal trust25
Executives' overseas background and corporate green innovation25
Sustainable development—Direct and indirect effects between economic, social, and environmental dimensions in business practices24
Corporate social responsibility perceptions and sustainable safety behaviors among frontline employees: The mediating roles of organization‐based self‐esteem and work engagement24
Revisiting the association between environmental performance and financial performance: Does the level of environmental orientation matter?24
How and when does perceived greenwashing affect employees' job performance? Evidence from China24
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) performance and stakeholder engagement: Evidence from the quantity and quality of CSR disclosures24
Green supplier integration and environmental innovation in Chinese firms: The joint effect of governance mechanism and trust24
Predicting required and voluntary employee green behavior using the theory of planned behavior24
Cultural organizations, digital Corporate Social Responsibility and stakeholder engagement in virtual museums: a multiple case study. How digitization is influencing the attitude toward CSR24
The interplay among green brand knowledge, expected eudaimonic well‐being and environmental consciousness on green brand purchase intention23
Configurational paths of employee reactions to corporate social responsibility: An organizational justice perspective23
Corporate social responsibility, emotions, and consumer loyalty in the food retail context: Exploring the moderating effect of regional identity23
Green patenting and corporate social responsibility: Does family involvement in business matter?23
Religious social norms and corporate sustainability: The effect of religiosity on environmental, social, and governance disclosure23
Importance and role of CSR and stakeholder engagement strategy in polish companies in the context of activities of experts handling public relations23
Sustainable social responsibility through stakeholders engagement22
The effect of sustainable business practices on profitability. Accounting for strategic disclosure22
An experimental test of the impact of corporate social responsibility on consumers' purchasing behavior: The mediation role of trust22
Basics of macro to microlevel corporate social responsibility and advancement in triple bottom line theory22
Stakeholder management, CSR commitment, corporate social performance: The moderating role of uncertainty in CSR regulation22
EU financial regulations and social impact measurement practices: A comprehensive framework on finance for sustainable development22
Linking environmentally‐specific transformational leadership and employees' green advocacy: The influence of leadership integrity22
Corporate social responsibility in the retail business: A case study22
A bibliometric performance analysis of publication productivity in the corporate social responsibility field: Outcomes ofSciValanalytics22
Shaping a sustainable future: The impact of board gender diversity on clean energy use and the moderating role of environmental, social and governance controversies21
Eco‐control for corporate sustainable management: A sustainability development stage perspective21
How and when corporate social performance reduces firm risk? The moderating role of corporate governance21
Towards sustainable development: Environmental innovation, cleaner production performance, and reputation21
Mapping the emergence of a new organisational form: An exploration of the intellectual structure of the B Corp research21
Digital economy development, corporate social responsibility and low‐carbon innovation21
How corporate social responsibility can incentivize top managers: A commitment to sustainability as an agency intervention21
How green investment drives sustainable business performance for food manufacturing small‐ and medium‐sized enterprises? Evidence from an emerging economy21
Static supply chain complexity and sustainability practices: A multitier examination21
Implementation of sustainability management tools: The contribution of awareness, external pressures, and stakeholder consultation21
Digital transformation, financing constraints, and corporate environmental, social, and governance performance20
Whether an innovation act as a catalytic moderator between corporate social responsibility performance and stated owned and non‐state owned enterprises' performance or not? An evidence from20
Gender quotas and the environment: Environmental performance and enforcement20
The valuation effects of corporate social responsibility on mergers and acquisitions: Evidence from U.S. target firms20
Board gender diversity and environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosure: Is it different for developed and developing nations?20
Investment efficiency and environmental, social, and governance reporting: Perspective from corporate integration management20
Moving beyond economic criteria: Exploring the social impact of green innovation from the stakeholder management perspective20
User‐driven supply chain business model innovation: The role of dynamic capabilities20
The impact of corporate social responsibility activities on stakeholders' value co‐creation behaviour20
Board gender diversity, corporate social commitment and sustainability20
Co‐development of a framework for circular economy assessment in organisations: Learnings from the public sector20
Institutional and stakeholder pressures on organisational performance and green human resources management19
CSR and investment efficiency in Western European countries19
Felt betrayed or resisted? The impact of pre‐crisis corporate social responsibility reputation on post‐crisis consumer reactions and retaliatory behavioral intentions19
Assessing the impact of socially responsible human resources management on company environmental performance and cost of debt19
Environmental, Social, Governance scores and the Missing pillar—Why does missing information matter?19
The effect of green strategies and eco‐innovation on Mexican automotive industry sustainable and financial performance: Sustainable supply chains as a mediating variable18
Personal social responsibility: Scale development and validation18
Nonlinear effects of ESG on energy‐adjusted firm efficiency: Evidence from the stakeholder engagement of apple incorporated18
How does green credit policy improve corporate social responsibility in China? An analysis based on carbon‐intensive listed firms18
Are gender‐diverse boards eco‐innovative? The mediating role of corporate social responsibility strategy18
Corporate social responsibility and firm performance: Green supply chain management as a mediating variable18
Corporate social responsibility strategy, sustainable product attributes, and export performance18
Drivers of corporate social responsibility and firm performance for sustainable development—An institutional theory approach18
Testing the stakeholder pressure, relative advantage, top management commitment and green human resource management linkage18
Modelling the impact of corporate reputation on customers' behaviour18
How do female CEOs affect corporate environmental policies?17
Corporate social responsibility and export performance under stakeholder view: The mediation of innovation and the moderation of the legal form17
Leading for social change: Waste management in the place of social (ir)responsibility17
Media coverage, corporate social irresponsibility conduct, and financial analysts' performance17
Volunteering sustainability: An advancement in corporate social responsibility conceptualization17
Participation of hotel managers in CSR activities in developing countries: A defining role of CSR orientation, CSR competencies, and CSR commitment17
The impact of social responsibility on corporate financial performance in the energy sector: Evidence from Lithuania17
The influence of social media on stakeholder engagement and the corporate social responsibility of small businesses17
Minding the gap: Asymmetric effects of pay dispersion on stakeholder engagement in corporate environmental (Ir)responsibility17
Monetizing impacts of Spanish companies toward the Sustainable Development Goals17
The stakeholder engagement in the European banks: Regulation versus governance. What changes after the NF directive?17
Determinants of insurance companies' environmental, social, and governance awareness17
Is CSR the new competitive environment for CEOs? The association between CEO turnover, corporate social responsibility and board gender diversity: Asian evidence16
Local embeddedness, and corporate social performance: The mediating role of social innovation orientation16
CSR and branding in emerging economies: The effect of incomes and education16
What environmental social responsibility practices do large companies manage for sustainable development?16
The impact of board gender diversity on banks' environmental policy: The moderating role of gender inequality in national culture16
Corporate social responsibility performance and the cost of capital in BRICS countries. The problem of selectivity using environmental, social and governance scores16
Triggers for and barriers to the adoption of environmental management practices by small and medium‐sized enterprises: A critical review16
Corporate governance and environmental sustainability: Addressing the dual theme from a bibliometric approach16
Board gender diversity and firm performance: The mediating role of sustainability disclosure16
Impact of corporate governance on environmental, social, and governance disclosure: Any difference between financial and non‐financial companies?16
Politically connected firms and corporate social responsibility implementation expenditure in sub‐Saharan Africa: Evidence from Ghana16
Corporate social responsibility antecedents and practices as a path to enhance organizational performance: The case of small and medium sized enterprises in an emerging economy country16
Managing corporate social responsibility in the bank sector: A fuzzy and disaggregated approach16
Employee‐oriented corporate social responsibility, innovation, and firm value16
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