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Baker, P. L., 2017. An analysis of the corporate income tax policy of less developed countries. Scandinavian Journal of Economics
Casson, M. C. and Pavelin, S., 2016. The social performance and responsibilities of entrepreneurship. Business & Society, 55 (1), pp. 11-13.
Grosvold, J., Rayton, B. and Brammer, S., 2016. Women on corporate boards:a comparative institutional analysis. Business & Society, 55 (8), pp. 1157-1196.
Rapti, A., Rayton, B. and Yalabik, Z., 2016. Employee Psychological Ownership and Work Engagement. In: European Academy of Management (EURAM), 2015-06-17 - 2015-06-20.
Snelson-Powell, A., Grosvold, J. and Millington, A., 2016. Business school legitimacy and the challenge of sustainability:a fuzzy set analysis of institutional decoupling. Academy of Management, Learning and Education, 15 (4), pp. 703-723.
Alexander, K. A., Kershaw, P., Cooper, P., Gilbert, A. J., Hall-Spencer, J. M., Heymans, J. J., Kannen, A., Los, H. J., O'Higgins, T., O'Mahony, C., Tett, P., Troost, T. A. and van Beusekom, J., 2015. Challenges of achieving good environmental status in the Northeast Atlantic. Ecology and Society, 20 (1), 49.
Clemente, M. and Roulet, T. J., 2015. Public opinion as a source of deinstitutionalization:a 'spiral of silence' approach. Academy of Management Review (AMR), 40 (1), pp. 96-114.
Mee, L., Cooper, P., Kannen, A., Gilbert, A. J. and O'Higgins, T., 2015. Sustaining Europe's seas as coupled social ecological systems. Ecology and Society, 20 (1), 1.
Powell, A., Ward-Grosvold, J. and Millington, A., 2015. Trying and failing: Understanding adoption and enactment processes of organizational sustainability commitments through unintended decoupling. In: International Association of Business and Society, 2015-03-12 - 2015-03-15.
Rayton, B. A., Brammer, S. J. and Millington, A. I., 2015. Corporate social performance and the psychological contract. Group and Organization Management, 40 (3), pp. 353-377.
Roulet, T., 2015. “What good is Wall Street?” Institutional contradiction and the diffusion of the stigma over the finance industry. Journal of Business Ethics, 130 (2), pp. 389-402.
Roulet, T. J. and Touboul, S., 2015. The intentions with which the road is paved:attitudes to liberalism as determinants of greenwashing. Journal of Business Ethics, 128 (2), pp. 305-320.
Baker, P. L., 2014. An analysis of double taxation treaties and their effect on foreign direct investment. International Journal of the Economics of Business, 21 (3), pp. 341-377.
Bondy, K. and Starkey, K., 2014. The dilemmas of internationalization:corporate social responsibility in the multinational corporation. British Journal of Management, 25 (1), pp. 4-22.
Börger, T., Beaumont, N.J., Pendleton, L., Boyle, K.J., Cooper, P., Fletcher, S., Haab, T., Hanemann, M., Hooper, T.L., Hussain, S.S., Portela, R., Stithou, M., Stockill, J., Taylor, T. and Austen, M.C., 2014. Incorporating ecosystem services in marine planning:The role of valuation. Marine Policy, 46, pp. 161-170.
Cooper, P., O'Higgins, T., Roth, E., Newton, A., Farmer, A., Goulding, I. and Tett, P., 2014. Temporal constraints on ecosystem management:Definitions and examples from Europe's regional seas. Ecology and Society, 19 (4), 46.
Forker, J., Grosvold, J. and Ward, A. M., 2014. Management models and priorities in member associations:Is credit unions' community involvement crowded-out? Non-Profit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 43 (S2), 105S-123S.
Garrette, B., Kozan, A. and Roulet, T., 2014. Forthcoming. Challenges at the bottom of the pyramid. Management International
Grosvold, J., Hoejmose, S. and Roehrich, J., 2014. Squaring the circle: Management, measurement and performance of sustainability in supply chains. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 19 (3), pp. 292-305.
Hoejmose, S. U., Roehrich, J. K. and Grosvold, J., 2014. Is doing more, doing better?:The relationship between responsible supply chain management and corporate reputation. Industrial Marketing Management, 43 (1), pp. 77-90.
Hoejmose, S., Ward-Grosvold, J. and Millington, A., 2014. The effect of institutional pressure on cooperative and coercive ‘green’ supply chain practices. Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, 20 (4), 215 - 224.
Hooper, T., Cooper, P., Hunt, A. and Austen, M., 2014. A methodology for the assessment of local-scale changes in marine environmental benefits and its application. Ecosystem Services, 8, pp. 65-74.
Oikonomou, I., Brooks, C. and Pavelin, S., 2014. The effects of corporate social performance on the cost of corporate debt and credit ratings. The Financial Review, 49 (1), pp. 49-75.
Oikonomou, I., Brooks, C. and Pavelin, S., 2014. The financial effects of uniform and mixed corporate social performance. Journal of Management Studies, 51 (6), pp. 898-925.
Rayton, B. A. and Yalabik, Z. Y., 2014. Work engagement, psychological contract breach and job satisfaction. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25 (17), pp. 2382-2400.
Ridzuan Kushairi, M. R., 2014. An Organisational Approach to Sustainable Public Procurement. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
Roehrich, J., Grosvold, J. and Hoejmose, S., 2014. Reputational risks and sustainable supply chain management:Decision making under bounded rationality. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 34 (5), pp. 695-719.
Wong, R. and Millington, A., 2014. Corporate social disclosures:A user perspective on assurance. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 27 (5), pp. 863-887.
Cooper, P., 2013. Socio-ecological accounting:DPSWR, a modified DPSIR framework, and its application to marine ecosystems. Ecological Economics, 94, pp. 106-115.
Grosvold, J., Hoejmose, S. and Roehrich, J., 2013. Is doing more doing better? The relationship between responsible supply chain management and corporate reputation. In: EurOMA Conference 2013, 2013-06-07 - 2013-06-12.
Grosvold, J., Rehbein, K. and Hoejmose, S., 2013. Shareholder resolutions & corporate board interlocks:An empirical test of network effects. In: Internationa, 2013-06-20 - 2013-06-23, Oregon.
Hoejmose, S., Brammer, S. and Millington, A., 2013. An empirical examination of the relationship between business strategy and socially responsible supply chain management. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 33 (5), pp. 589-621.
Hoejmose, S., Grosvold, J. and Millington, A., 2013. Socially responsible supply chains:Power asymmetries and joint dependence. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 18 (3), pp. 277-291.
Loneragan, E., Hoejmose, S. U. and Roehrich, K. J., 2013. Battling opportunism in supply chains: an empirical assessment of governance mechanisms and performance implications.
Yalabik, Z. Y., Popaitoon, P., Chowne, J. A. and Rayton, B. A., 2013. Work engagement as a mediator between employee attitudes and outcomes. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 24 (14), pp. 2799-2823.
Brammer, S., Hoejmose, S. and Marchant, K., 2012. Environmental management in SMEs in the UK:practices, pressures and perceived benefits. Business Strategy and the Environment, 21 (7), pp. 423-434.
Cheng, S. and Rayton, B., 2012. A study of the incidence and independence of nomination committees. International Journal of Corporate Governance, 3 (1).
Rayton, B., Dodge, T. and D'Analeze, G., 2012. The Evidence:Employee Engagement Task Force “Nailing the evidence” workgroup. Engage for Success.
Ward, A. M., Grosvold, J. and Forker, J. J., 2012. Management models and priorities:Is credit unions' community involvement crowded-out? In: Accounting and Finance Association Conference, 2012-05-24 - 2012-05-25, Galway.
Brammer, S., Hoejmose, S. and Millington, A., 2011. Managing Sustainable Global Supply Chain: Framework and Best Practices. Network for Business Sustainability.
Grosvold, J. and Brammer, S., 2011. National institutional systems as antecedents of female board representation:an empirical study. Corporate Governance: An International Review, 19 (2), pp. 116-135.
James, C., Brammer, S., Connolly, M., Fertig, M., James, J. and Jones, J., 2011. School governing bodies in England under pressure: the effects of socio-economic context and school performance. Educational Management Administration and Leadership, 39 (4), pp. 414-433.
Pavelin, S. and Porter, L. A., 2011. Race-to-the-bottom or -top at home or abroad:health and safety standards and the multinational firm. Economic and Social Review, 42 (3), pp. 289-311.
Elms, H., Brammer, S., Harris, J. D. and Phillips, R. A., 2010. New directions in strategic management and business ethics. Business Ethics Quarterly, 20 (3), pp. 401-425.
Caulfield, P., 2009. The complex landscape of UK corporate philanthropy: a fuzzy sets perspective. In: BAM 2009: The End of the Pier? Competing perspectives on the challenges facing business and management, 2009-09-15 - 2009-09-17.
Rayton, B. and Cheng, S., 2009. Corporate Governance in the United Kingdom: Changes to the Regulatory Template and Company Practice. In: Iturriaga, F. J. L., ed. Codes of good governance around the world. Nova Publishers, pp. 383-411.
Cox, P., Brammer, S. and Millington, A., 2008. Pension funds and corporate social performance:an empirical analysis. Business & Society, 47 (2), pp. 213-241.
Dahlmann, F., Brammer, S. and Millington, A., 2008. Barriers to proactive environmental management in the United Kingdom: implications for business and public policy. Journal of General Management, 33 (3), pp. 1-20.
Grosvold, J. and Brammer, S., 2008. Nomination committee:a help or a hindrance to gender diversity? In: International Association of Business and Society, 2008, 2008-06-25 - 2008-06-29.
Grosvold, J. and Brammer, S., 2007. Women on corporate boards:a comparative analysis of 36 countries. In: International Association of Business and Society, 2007, 2007-05-31 - 2007-06-03.
Grosvold, J., Brammer, S. and Rayton, B., 2007. Board diversity in the United Kingdom and Norway: an exploratory analysis. Business Ethics: A European Review, 16 (4), pp. 344-357.
Rayton, B., 2007. The Causes and Consequences of Investors in People Accreditation. Department for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform.
Brammer, S., Brooks, C. and Pavelin, S., 2006. Corporate social performance and stock returns:UK evidence from disaggregate measures. Financial Management, 35 (3), pp. 97-116.
Brammer, S., Millington, A. and Pavelin, S., 2006. Is philanthropy strategic? An analysis of the management of charitable giving in large UK companies. Business Ethics: A European Review, 15 (3), pp. 234-245.
Brammer, S., Pavelin, S. and Porter, L. A., 2006. Corporate social performance and geographical diversification. Journal of Business Research, 59 (9), pp. 1025-1034.
Grosvold, J. and Brammer, S., 2006. Board diversity in Norway and the UK:an exploratory analysis. In: European Business Ethics Network (EBEN), 2006-04-11 - 2006-04-12.
Barry, F. and Pavelin, S., 2005. The single market and the geographical diversification of leading firms in the EU. Economic and Social Review, 36 (1), pp. 1-17.
Leahy, D. and Pavelin, S., 2004. Divide and rule:geographical diversification and the multinational firm. Open Economies Review, 15 (4), pp. 363-374.
Rayton, B. A., 1999. The Size of Employee Stakeholding in Large UK Corporations. Managerial and Decision Economics, 20, pp. 259-266.