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Ecolabels are policies and programs that are designed to signal information to stakeholders about a product’s attributes and reduce stakeholder uncertainty about the validity of green product claims. However, for ecolabels to be successful at addressing information asymmetries external...
This essay examines links, similarities, and dissimilarities between stakeholder theory and sustainability management. Based on the analysis a conceptual framework is developed to increase the applicability and the application of stakeholder theory in sustainability management. Concluding from...
Despite their apparent interest, private investors are surprisingly disengaged from sustainable investing, an observation that has received limited scholarly attention. This theory building study draws on the theory of planned behaviour to conceptualize the decision-making process of private...
Resource extraction and development have had significant impacts on Indigenous Peoples (IPs), and states have been slow to respond. The need for better engagement practices with IPs has been recognized internationally and in the academic literature. We examine the extent to which IPs and their...
This article extends resource dependence theory to systematically explain what types of firms are likely to partner with governments through government–business partnerships (GBPs) to address environmental challenges. Using data from 377 environmental alliances formed between 1985 and 2013, this...
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