it´s here! The SIR Annual research book: this year on sustainable development and business
Every year a collection of essays are published as SIR’s Yearbook. The book is written by researchers at SIR. This year the theme is sustainability.
The book is also dedicated to the SIR Research Award Winner.
SIR´s Yearbook 2016 Sustainable Development and Business is edited by Markus Kallifatides and Lin Lerpold.
The authors are:
Staffan Furusten and Sven-Olof Junker: Hybrid organization and social responsibility - does the organizational form matter?
Lars Gunnar-Mattsson and Örjan Sjöberg: Market practice, policy practice: The quest for urban sustainability
Mats Jutterström Sustainability - a popular management idea
Christine Alamaa, Chloé Le Coq and Clara My Lernborg: Collaboration and Economic performance: The case of social entrepreneurs in Sweden
Markus Kallifatides and Anna Larsson: Neoliberal 'sustanability' in the UK: The case of regulating domestic pension funds
Max Jerneck: How do low-carbon industries emerge? The evolution of solar photovoltaics in the United States and Japan, 1973-2005
Marijane Luistro Johnson, Emre Yildiz and Sofia Altafi: A postcolonial critique of the Base-of-the Pyramid discourse
Ingalill Holmberg and Pernilla Petrelius Karlberg: Sustainable business in a stakeholder society - a relational leadership approach
Lin Lerpold and Ursula Tengelin: The fundrasing manager´s dilemma: Balancing diverse stakeholder images
Sophie Nachemson-Ekwall: Swedish institutional investors as large stake owners: Enhancing sustainable stakeholder capitalism
Clara My Lernborg and Tina Sendlhofer: The case of (partial) organising for CSR: Bridging the responsibility gap for SMEs
Read more and order the book.
The editors Lin Lerpold and Markus Kallifatides.