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8th Annual ARCS Research Conference - Save the Date!

May 1820, 2016
Hosted by the Leeds School of Business at University of Colorado, Boulder

8th Annual Ivey/ARCS PhD Sustainability Academy

November 58, 2015
Hosted by the Ivey Business School at Western University

7th Annual ARCS Research Conference

May 1315, 2015
Hosted by the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University

Call for Papers - ARCS 8th Annual Research Conference

ALLIANCE FOR RESEARCH ON CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY EIGHTH ANNUAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE May 18-20, 2016 Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado Boulder Boulder, CO, USA  DEADLINE: JANUARY 8, 2016  This eighth annual conference of the Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability (ARCS) will bring together scholars from a variety of disciplinary…

The 7th Annual ARCS Research Conference at Northwestern University

The 7th Annual ARCS Conference was hosted by the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University from May 13-15, 2015. The Conference Chair was Dylan Minor, Assistant Professor  of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences at Kellogg. Junior and senior scholars from 8 countries attended to discuss the latest corporate sustainability research from…

Trade-offs in the Adoption of Sustainability Standards

The issue of social and environmental sustainability is arguably highly relevant today, as forward-looking, self-interested companies have broadly shown they understand. Adherence to the principles underlying standards to pursue sustainability can, however, deliver unintended consequences. How sustainable is sustainability? Some people might ask this question ironically, drawing attention to the lack of a standard definition…

Size Matters?

How the business case for CSR can apply to any company, no matter the size. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is largely associated with big companies.  They are more high profile, attract more media attention and are concerned about protecting and enhancing their reputations with the broader public as well as key stakeholders.  They are also…

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