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Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management

2002 - 2023

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Volume 12, issue 4, 2005

Observing corporate social performance empirically through the acceptability concept: a global study pp. 183-196 Downloads
Mirja Mikkilä
Economic sustainability and the cost of poor quality pp. 197-209 Downloads
Raine Isaksson
Bureaucratization of environmental management and corporate greening: an empirical analysis of large manufacturing firms in Japan pp. 210-219 Downloads
Takuya Takahashi and Masao Nakamura
Cadmium poisoning: a case study of Gold Peak Batteries in China pp. 220-226 Downloads
Stephen Frost and Mary Ho
CSR Asia news review: July–September 2005 pp. 227-232 Downloads
Jonathan Hills

Volume 12, issue 3, 2005

Integrated management systems as a corporate response to sustainable development pp. 121-128 Downloads
Kristina Oskarsson and Fredrik von Malmborg
Factors influencing the publication of social performance information: an Australian case study pp. 129-143 Downloads
Tony McMurtrie
Development of the use of standardized environmental management systems (EMSs) in local authorities pp. 144-156 Downloads
Sara Emilsson and Olof Hjelm
‘Going out’: the growth of Chinese foreign direct investment in Southeast Asia and its implications for corporate social responsibility pp. 157-167 Downloads
Stephen Frost and Mary Ho
Coca‐Cola and water in India pp. 168-177 Downloads
Jonathan Hills and Richard Welford
CSR Asia news review: April–June 2005 pp. 178-182 Downloads
Jonathan Hills

Volume 12, issue 2, 2005

Editorial pp. 61-61 Downloads
Richard Welford
The introduction of environmental requirements for trucks and construction vehicles used in road maintenance contracts in Sweden pp. 62-72 Downloads
Charlotta Faith‐Ell
Sustainability benchmarking of European banks and financial service organizations pp. 73-87 Downloads
Olaf Weber
Assessing corporate environmental risk in China: an evaluation of reporting activities of Hong Kong listed enterprises pp. 88-104 Downloads
Jason Chi‐hin Chan and Richard Welford
Profits, pollution and prison: a case study of gold mining in Indonesia pp. 105-113 Downloads
Jonathan Hills and Richard Welford
CSR Asia news review: January – March 2005 pp. 114-119 Downloads
Jonathan Hills

Volume 12, issue 1, 2005

The role of corporate social responsibility in an oil company's expansion into new territories pp. 1-9 Downloads
Christina L. Anderson and Rebecca L. Bieniaszewska
Examining the role of the forest industry in collaborative ecosystem management: implications for corporate strategy pp. 10-18 Downloads
Jennifer Dyke, Sean Cash, Samuel D. Brody and Sara Thornton
Value‐based environmental management. From environmental shareholder value to environmental option value pp. 19-30 Downloads
Frank Figge
The challenge of hazardous waste management in a sustainable environment: insights from electronic recovery laws pp. 31-37 Downloads
J. Halluite, J. D. Linton, J. S. Yeomans and R. Yoogalingam
Environmental and social impact considerations for sustainable project life cycle management in the process industry pp. 38-54 Downloads
Carin Labuschagne, Alan C. Brent and Schalk J. Claasen
Corporate social responsibility: a comparison between the United States and the European Union pp. 55-59 Downloads
Daniel J. Tschopp

Volume 11, issue 4, 2004

Corporate sustainability – integrating environmental and social concerns? pp. 179-187 Downloads
Anja Schaefer
Corporate social responsibility in Dutch industry pp. 188-195 Downloads
Jacqueline Cramer, René Kim and Erik van Dam
The UK climate change levy: good intentions but potentially damaging to business pp. 196-210 Downloads
Ann Hansford, John Hasseldine and Thérèse Woodward
Carbon dioxide emission trading, or not? An institutional analysis of company behaviour in Sweden pp. 211-221 Downloads
Fredrik Paulsson and Fredrik von Malmborg
Adverse effects and responsibility of environmental policy: the case of forest fires pp. 222-231 Downloads
Pasquale Pazienza and Sergio Beraldo

Volume 11, issue 3, 2004

Does stewardship travel well? Benchmarking accreditation and certification pp. 121-132 Downloads
Elizabeth Skinner, Xavier Font and Ronald Sanabria
How can you help organizations change to meet the corporate responsibility agenda? pp. 133-139 Downloads
David Lyon
How can SMEs effectively implement the CSR agenda? A UK case study perspective pp. 140-149 Downloads
Pavel Castka, Michaela A. Balzarova, Christopher J. Bamber and John M. Sharp
Eco‐psychological profiling: an oil company example pp. 150-166 Downloads
Tarja Ketola
Uncertainty and equivocality in the commercial and natural environments: the implications for organizational design pp. 167-177 Downloads
Gerard J. Lewis

Volume 11, issue 2, 2004

Accounting for the cost of occupational accidents pp. 63-70 Downloads
Pall M. Rikhardsson
Managing the interface between suppliers and organizations for environmental responsibility – an exploration of current practices in the UK pp. 71-84 Downloads
Diane Holt
The Marine Stewardship Council: A multi‐stakeholder approach to sustainable fishing pp. 85-94 Downloads
Alexia Cummins
Project PASCALEA – public and stakeholder consultation in developing high‐profile corporate environmental strategy pp. 95-102 Downloads
Linda Collins and Sam Usher
Strategies for sustainable development: use of a benchmarking tool to understand relative strengths and weaknesses and identify best practice pp. 103-113 Downloads
Christine Hemming, Shirley Pugh, Geraint Williams and Deborah Blackburn
The cement sustainability initiative – implementing change across a global industry pp. 114-120 Downloads
Howard Klee and Elaine Coles

Volume 11, issue 1, 2004

Multinationals and corporate social responsibility in developing countries: a case study of Nigeria pp. 1-11 Downloads
Uwem E. Ite
Environmental reporting by Indian corporations pp. 12-22 Downloads
A. Sahay
Corporate social responsibility and the mining industry: conflicts and constructs pp. 23-34 Downloads
Heledd Jenkins
An environment for prosperity and quality living accommodating growth in the Thames Valley pp. 35-47 Downloads
Hugh Howes
Different approaches to standardized environmental management systems in local authorities – two case studies in Gothenburg and Newcastle pp. 48-60 Downloads
Sara Emilsson and Olof Hjelm
INSTALLING ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS by Christopher Sheldon and Mark Yoxon, 1999. Earthscan, 249 pp, ISBN 1‐85383‐868‐3 pp. 61-61 Downloads
Senga Briggs

Volume 10, issue 4, 2003

Sustainability hijacked by the sociological wall of self‐evidence pp. 175-185 Downloads
Pontus Cerin
Can services lead to radical eco‐efficiency improvements? – a review of the debate and evidence pp. 186-198 Downloads
Eva Heiskanen and Mikko Jalas
An exploration of corporate attitudes to the significance of environmental information for stakeholders pp. 199-211 Downloads
David Collison, Nathan Lorraine and David Power
Ethical investment and the incentives for corporate environmental protection and social responsibility pp. 212-223 Downloads
Iulie Aslaksen and Terje Synnestvedt
Can the principle of the ecological footprint be applied to measure the environmental sustainability of business? pp. 224-232 Downloads
Leigh Holland

Volume 10, issue 3, 2003

Corporate social responsibility in international development: an overview and critique pp. 115-128 Downloads
Bryane Michael
Balancing performance, accountability and equity in stakeholder relationships: towards more socially responsible HR practice pp. 129-140 Downloads
John Simmons
Corporate social responsibility and the identification of stakeholders pp. 141-152 Downloads
Janita F. J. Vos
The Global Reporting Initiative and corporate sustainability reporting in Swedish companies pp. 153-164 Downloads
Carl‐Johan Hedberg and Fredrik von Malmborg
The potential for high‐performance design adoption in retail property portfolios pp. 165-174 Downloads
Mark Preston and Alison Bailey

Volume 10, issue 2, 2003

Implementing environmental management in SMEs pp. 67-77 Downloads
D. Perez‐Sanchez, J. R. Barton and D. Bower
Limited LCAs of pharmaceutical products: merits and limitations of an environmental management tool pp. 78-90 Downloads
Anne Marie de Jonge
The ponderous evolution of corporate environmental reporting in Ireland. Recent evidence from publicly listed companies pp. 91-100 Downloads
Brendan O'Dwyer
Using environmental management systems to increase firms' competitiveness pp. 101-110 Downloads
Gerusa Giménez Leal, Martí Casadesús Fa and Jaume Valls Pasola
Greening trade and investment: environmental protection without protectionism by Eric Neumayer, 2001. Earthscan, 228 pp, ISBN 1‐85383‐788‐1 pp. 111-112 Downloads
Paul Arnell
Sustainable banking—the greening of finance by JJ Bouma, M Jeucken and L Klinkers, 2001. Greenleaf in association with Deloitte & Touche, 480 pp, ISBN 18747 19 381 pp. 112-114 Downloads
Jouni Korhonen

Volume 10, issue 1, 2003

Socially responsible investment in the UK—criteria that are used to evaluate suitability pp. 1-11 Downloads
Michael Ross Jayne and Glynn Skerratt
Corporate socially responsible (CSR) practices in the context of Greek industry pp. 12-24 Downloads
Constantina Bichta
Should we measure corporate social responsibility? pp. 25-39 Downloads
Jouni Korhonen
EMAS and its local diffusion in Italy pp. 40-49 Downloads
Rita Jirillo, Andrea Rocchi and Olimpia Martucci
Managing ISO 14001 implementation in the United Kingdom Continental Shelf (UKCS) pp. 50-63 Downloads
Peter A. Strachan, Ivor McKay Sinclair and David Lal
A thousand shades of green: sustainable strategies for competitive advantage by Peter Winsemius and Ulrich Guntram, 2002. Earthscan, 251 pp, ISBN 1‐85383‐846‐2 pp. 64-65 Downloads
Peter Strachan and David Lal
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