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The Oxford Handbook of Business and the Natural Environment


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Part I: Introduction 1. Introduction, Andrew J. Hoffman and Tima Bansal Part II: Business Strategy 2. Competitive Strategy, Michael V. Russo and Amy Minto 3. International Business and the Environment, Petra Christmann and Glen Taylor 4. Environmental Entrepreneurship, Mike Lenox and Jeffrey G. York 5. The Value of Managing Stakeholders, George Kassinis Part III: Policy and Non-Market Strategies 6. Industry Self-Regulation, Andrew King, Andrea M. Prado and Jorge Rivera 7. Environmental Governance, David P. Baron and Tom P. Lyon 8. Business and Environmental Law, Cary Coglianese and Ryan Anderson Part IV: Organizational Theory and Behavior 9. Cognitive Barriers to Environmental Action: Problems and Solutions, Lisa L. Shu and Max H. Bazerman 10. Intergenerational Beneficence and the Success of Sustainability Initiatives in Organizational Contexts, Leigh Plunkett Tost and Kimberly A. Wade-Benzoni 11. Bringing the Environment into Organizational Culture, Jennifer Howard-Grenville and Stephanie Bertels 12. Institutional Approaches to Organizations and the Natural Environment, Michael Lounsbury, Samantha Fairclough and Min-Dong Paul Lee 13. Institutional Pressures and Organizational Characteristics: Implications for Environmental Strategy, Magali A. Delmas and Michael W. Toffel 14. Social Movements, Business, and the Environment, Klaus Weber and Sara B. Soderstrom Part V: Operations and Technology 15. Greener Supply Chain Management, Robert D. Klassen and Stephan Vachon 16. Closed-Loop Supply Chains, James D. Abbey and V. Daniel R. Guide, Jr. 17. Industrial Ecology: Business Management in a Material World, Reid Lifset and Frank Boons 18. Information Systems, Business, and the Natural Environment: Can Digital Business Transform Environmental Sustainability? Nigel P. Melville, Nigel P. Melville Part VI: Marketing 19. From Green Marketing to Marketing for Environmental Sustainability, Debra Scammon and Jenny Mish 20. Why not Choose Green Consumer Decision Making for Environmentally Friendly Products, Andrew Gershoff and Julie R. Irwin 21. Using Market Segmentation Approaches to Understand the Green Consumer, Timothy M. Devinney Part VII: Accounting and Finance 22. Sustainability and Social Responsibility Reporting and the Emergence of the External Social Audits: The Struggle for Accountability? Rob Gray and Irene Herremans, Rob Gray and Irene Herremans 23. Environmental Management, Measurement and Accounting: Information for Decision and Control? Nola Buhr and Rob Gray, Nola Buhr and Rob Gray 24. Corporate Environmental Financial Reporting and Financial Markets, Charles Cho, Dennis Patten and Robin Roberts 25. Values-driven and Profit-seeking Dimensions of Environmentally Responsible Investing, Rob Bauer and Jeroen Derwall 26. Environmental Risks and Financial Markets: A Two-Way Street, Jean-Louis Bertrand and Bernard Sinclair-Desgagne 27. Corporate Decision Making, Net Present Value, and the Environment, Bryan Routledge Part VIII: Emergent and Associated Perspectives 28. Corporate Social Responsibility, Krista Bondy and Dirk Matten 29. Business, Society and the Environment, James E. Post 30. The New Corporate Environmentalism and the Symbolic Management of Organizational Culture, Linda C. Forbes and John M. Jermier 31. Critical Perspectives on Business and the Natural Environment, Subhabrata Bobby Banerjee 32. Approaching Business and the Environment with Complexity Theory, David L. Levy and Benyamin B. Lichtenstein Part IX: Future Perspectives 33. Beyond the Brave New World: Business for Sustainability, John R. Ehrenfeld 34. Looking Back, Thinking Forward: Distinguishing Between Weak and Strong Sustainability, Nigel Roome 35. Enterprise Sustainability 2.0: Aesthetics of Sustainability, Paul Shrivastava 36. Tomorrow s C-Suite Agenda, John Elkington and Charmain Love 37. The Third-Generation Corporation, Stuart L. Hart 38. Capitalism Critique: Systemic Limits On Business Harmony With Nature, Thomas N. Gladwin

About the Author

Pratima Bansal is Director of the Centre for Building Sustainable Value and the Executive Director for the Network for Business Sustainability. In 2008, she was awarded the Aspen's Institute title of Faculty Pioneer for Academic Leadership. She also held the title of Faculty Scholar from 2008-2010, awarded by the University of Western Ontario. Her first co-edited book with Elizabeth Howard, Business and the Natural Environment, took a disciplinary perspective. She has sat on six different editorial boards and is presently an Associate Editor for the Academy of Management Journal. Her research has also been cited in the popular press including The Independent, The Wall Street Journal, The National Post, and the Globe and Mail. She has also been awarded 13 research grants. Tima has been researching social and environmental issues since she completed her doctorate in 1996 at the University of Oxford. He was awarded the 2011 Aldo Leopold Leadership Fellowship, the 2009 Aspen Environmental Fellowship, the 2009 Manos Page Prize and the 2003 Faculty Pioneer/Rising Star Award. His book, From Heresy to Dogma, was awarded the 2001 Rachel Carson Prize from the Society for Social Studies of Science. Andy serves on advisory boards of the SustainAbility Council, Next Era Renewable Energy Trust, and the Michigan League of Conservation Voters, as well as the editorial board of Organization & Environment.


... a good resource for business reference and presents a good starting point for anyone interested in studying how business affects and is affected by the natural environment. -- Ed Hahn, Weber State University

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