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Managing Reputational Risk through Environmental Management and Reporting: An Options Theory Approach
Reputation is a complex and multidimensional concept that may be organized in downside and upside reputational risk. In this article, we present a formal modelling for the management capabilities of environmental management ...
Responsabilidade Social Empresarial e resiliencia
(Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 2011)
Nunha contorna globalizada, interdependente e en constante cambio non só compiten os produtos e os servizos que desenvolven as empresas, senón tamén os modelos de negocio. O éxito empresarial non pode seguir sustentándose ...
Labour practice, decent work and human rights performance and reporting: the impact of women managers
This paper uses a sample of 1243 international firms for the period 2013–2017 to analyse the effect that a greater presence of women in management teams has on business behaviour in relation to labour and human rights, and ...
The moderating effect of contextual factors and employees' demographic features on the relationship between CSR and work-related attitudes: a meta-analysis
This paper aims to identify the conditions under which corporate social responsibility (CSR) affects employees' work-related attitudes. A meta-analysis of 42 studies published between 1999 and 2019 is elaborated considering ...