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Academic Publications on CSR

2013

  • Johan Graafland
    Graafland, J.J. (2013). Motives of CSR. In S.O. Idowu, N. Capaldi, L. Zu & A. Das Gupta (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Corporate Social Responsibility. Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.

2012

  • Daniel Augenstein
    Augenstein, D.H. (2012). The Human Rights Dimension of Environmental Protection in EU External Relations Post-Lisbon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Daniel Augenstein
    Augenstein, D.H. (2012). Civil society as key partner of the EU in promoting economic, social and cultural rights: The case of decent work in Bangladesh. In W. Benedek, F. Benoît-Rohmer, K. Nowak & M. Nowak (Eds.), European Yearbook of Human Rights. Wien: Neuer Wissenschaftlicher Verlag GmbH.
  • Wim Dubbink and Bert van de Ven
    Dubbink, G.W. & Ven, B.W. van de (2011). On the duties of commission of business: A Kantian criticism of moral institutionalism. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 15(2), 221-238
  • Johan Graafland
    Graafland, J.J. & Mazereeuw, C. (2012). Motives for Corporate Social Responsibility. De Economist, 160(4), 377-396.
  • Johan Graafland
    Wells, T. & Graafland, J.J. (2012). Adam Smith's bourgeois virtues in competition. Business Ethics Quarterly, 22(2), 319-350
  • Johan Graafland
    Graafland, J.J. (2012). Crisis en Christendom. De Waarheidsvriend
  • Johan Graafland and Hugo Smid
    Graafland, J.J. & Smid, H. (2012). Drivers of corporate social responsibility. In K. Zoeteman (Ed.), Sustainable Development Drivers. The Role of Leadership in Government, Business and NGO Performance (pp. 156-183).
  • Jenke ter Horst and Luc Renneboog
    Renneboog, L.D.R., Horst, J.R. ter & Zhang, C. (2012). The money-flows of socially responsible investment funds around the world. In H.K. Baker & J.R. Nofsinger (Eds.), Socially Responsible Finance and Investing: Financial Institutions, Corporations, Investors and Activists (Robert W. Kolb Series) (pp. 455-477). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Luc Renneboog
    Renneboog, L.D.R. & Spaenjers, C. (2012). Religion, economic attitudes, and household finance. Oxford Economic Papers, 64(1), 103-127.
  • Luc Renneboog
    Renneboog, L.D.R. & Trojanowski, G. (2012). Governance codes, managerial remuneration and disciplining in the UK: A history of governance reform failure? In R. Thomas & J. Hill (Eds.), Research Handbook on Executive Pay (Research Handbooks in Corporate Law and Governance series) (pp.73-100). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Luc Renneboog
    Renneboog, L.D.R. & Spaenjers, C. (2012). Religion and finance. In H.K. Baker & J.R. Nofsinger (Eds.), Socially Responsible Finance and Investing: Financial Institutions, Corporations, Investors and Activists (Robert W. Kolb Series) (pp. 143-160). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.

2011

  • Daniel Augenstein
    Augenstein, D.H. (2011). State responsibilities to regulate and adjudicate corporate activities under the European convention on human-rights, submission to the special representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (SRSG) on the issue of human rights and transnational corporations and other business entities. London/New York: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre.
  • Jeroen Derwall, Jenke ter Horst and Kees Koedijk
    Derwall, J.M.M., Koedijk, C.G. & Horst, J.R. ter (2011). A tale of values-driven and profit-seeking social investors. Journal of Banking and Finance, 35(8), 2137-2147
  • Wim Dubbink
    Smith, J. & Dubbink, G.W. (2011). Understanding the role of moral principles in business ethics: A Kantian perspective. Business Ethics Quarterly, 21(2), 205-231
  • Wim Dubbink
    Dubbink, G.W. & Smith, J. (2011). A political account of the corporation as a morally responsible actor. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 14(2), 223-246.
  • Wim Dubbink
    Welten, R.B.J.M. & Dubbink, G.W. (2011). MVO dreigt ten onder te gaan aan aflaten. HMR , 135, 67.
  • Wim Dubbink
    Dubbink, G.W. (2011). A matter of commitment. In W. Dubbink, L. van Liedekerke & H. van Luijk (Eds.), European business ethics cases in context: The morality of corporate decision making (Issues in Business Ethics, 28) (pp. 185-211). Dordrecht/Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Wim Dubbink
    Dubbink, G.W. (2011). A matter of commitment. In W. Dubbink, L. van Liedekerke & H. van Luijk (Eds.), European Business Ethics Casebook (Issues in Business Ethics, 29) (pp. 113-144). Dordrecht/Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Wim Dubbink
    Dubbink, G.W. (2011). Institutions and the institutional turn in business ethics. In W. Dubbink, L. van Liedekerke & H. van Luijk (Eds.), European business ethics cases in context: The morality of corporate decision making (Issues in Business Ethics, 28) (pp. 19-30). Dordrecht/Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Wim Dubbink
    Dubbink, G.W. (2011). Institutions and the institutional turn in business ethics. In W. Dubbink, L. van Liedekerke & H. van Luijk (Eds.), European Business Ethics Casebook (Issues in Business Ethics, 28) (pp. 19-36). Dordrecht/Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Wim Dubbink
    Dubbink, G.W. & Luijk, H.J. van (2011). Moral competence. In W. Dubbink, L. van Liederkerke & H. van Luijk (Eds.), European Business Ethics Cases in Context (Issues in Business Ethics, 28 en 29) (pp. 11-18). Dordrecht/Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Wim Dubbink
    Dubbink, G.W. (2011). Preface. In W. Dubbink, L. van Liedekerke & H. van Luijk (Eds.), European business ethics casebook (Issues in Business Ethics Series, 29) (pp. vii-ix). Dordrecht/Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Wim Dubbink
    Dubbink, G.W. (2011). Preface. In W. Dubbink, L. van Liedekerke & H. van Luijk (Eds.), European business ethics cases in context: The morality of corporate decision making (Issues in Business Ethics, 28) (pp. vii-ix). Dordrecht/Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Wim Dubbink
    Dubbink, G.W. (2011). Beneficence and corporate social responsibility. In Third Annual Dutch Conference on Practical Philosophy. Amsterdam.
  • Wim Dubbink
    Dubbink, G.W. (2011). Non-blameworthy involvement: A Kantian rejection of corporate moral indifference. In Society of Business Ethics, Annual Meeting 2011. San Antonio.
  • Wim Dubbink and Bert van de Ven
    Ven, B.W. van de & Dubbink, G.W. (2011). Deliberative democracy and corporate governance. In A. Brink (Ed.), Corporate governance and business ethics: Ethical economy (Studies in economic ethics and philosophy) (pp. 203-221). Dordrecht/Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Tobias Goessling
    Heuvel, G.G.A. van den, Soeters, J.M.M.L. & Goessling, T. (2011). Global business, global responsibilities: Corporate social responsibility orientations within a multinational bank. Business & Society, 1-36
  • Tobias Goessling
    Heuvel, G.G.A. van den, Soeters, J.M.M.L., & Goessling, T. (2011). Global business, global responsibilities - corporate social responsibility orientations within a multinational bank: A cross-cultural comparisson. Business & society: a journal of interdisciplinary exploration , 1-9.
  • Tobias Goessling
    Jansen, P., Goessling, T. & Bullens, T. (2011). Towards shared social responsibility: A study of consumers' willingness to donate micro-insurances when taking out their own insurance. Journal of Business Ethics , 100(1), 175-190.
  • Tobias Goessling
    Goessling, T. (2011). Corporate social responsibility and business performance: Theories and evidence about organizational responsibility. London: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Johan Graafland
    Graafland, J.J. (2011). Consumer welfare versus sustainability in competition policy. In H. Don, J. de Keijzer, E. Lamboo, M. van Oers & J. van Sinderen (Eds.), 'The Art of Supervision, Liber Amicorum' Pieter Kalbfleisch. Den Haag: NMa.
  • Johan Graafland and Bert van de Ven
    Graafland, J.J. & Ven, B. van de (2011). The credit crisis and the moral responsibility of professionals in finance. Journal of Business Ethics , 103(4), 605-619
  • Johan Graafland and Bert van de Ven
    Graafland, J.J. & Ven, B. van de (2011). De kredietcrisis en de morele verantwoordelijkheid van professionals in de financiële sector. Bank- en Effectenbedrijf , december, 18-21.
  • Jenke ter Horst and Luc Renneboog
    Renneboog, L.D.R., Horst, J.R. ter & Zhang, C. (2011). Is ethical money financially smart? Nonfinancial attributes and money flows of socially responsible investment funds. Journal of Financial Intermediation , 20(4), 562-588
  • Kees Koedijk
    Koedijk, C.G. & Slager, A.M.H. (2011). Investment Beliefs. A Positive Approach to Institutional Investing. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Kees Koedijk
    Koedijk, C.G. & Slager, A.M.H. (2011). Shaken, but not stirred? The importance of investment beliefs after the financial crises. In E. Halvarsson & T.F. Franzén (Eds.), Pension System and Reform (AP2 Anthology Project) (pp. 55-67). Göteborg, Sweden: AP2 Fonden.
  • Luc Renneboog
    Renneboog, L.D.R. & Szilagyi, P.G. (2011). The role of shareholder proposals in corporate governance. Journal of Corporate Finance , 17(1), 167-188
  • Luc Renneboog
    Martynova, M. & Renneboog, L.D.R. (2011). Evidence on the international evolution and convergence of corporate governance regulations. Journal of Corporate Finance , 17(5), 1531-1557.
  • Luc Renneboog
    Martynova, M. & Renneboog, L.D.R. (2011). The performance of the European market for corporate control: Evidence from the 5th takeover wave. European Financial Management, 17(2), 208-260.

2010

  • Daniel Augenstein
    Augenstein, D.H., Boyle, A. & Singh Galeigh, N. (2010). Study of the legal framework on human rights and the environment applicable to European enterprises operating outside the European Union. Brussels: European Commission.
  • Jeroen Derwall
    Verwijmeren, P. & Derwall, J.M.M. (2010). Employee well-being, firm leverage, and bankruptcy risk. Journal of Banking and Finance, 34(5), 956-964
  • Wim Dubbink
    Dubbink, G.W. & Liedekerke, L. (2010). Bedrijfsethiek in Nederland: Dialectiek van de marginalisering. In B. Musschenga & A.W. Musschenga (Eds.), Ethiek in Nederland: Van 1900 tot 1970 en daarna (pp. 206-225). Budel: Damon.
  • Johan Graafland
    Graafland, J.J., Kaptein, M. & Mazereeuw v/d Duijn Schouten, C. (2010). Motives of Socially Responsible Business Conduct. CentER Discussion Paper (Ext. rep. 2010-74). Tilburg: Macroeconomics.
  • Jenke ter Horst and Luc Renneboog
    Renneboog, L.D.R., Horst, J.R. ter & Zhang, C. (2010). Socially responsible investment funds.In G. Aras & D. Crowther (Eds.), Handbook of Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility (pp. 395-413). Surrey: Gower Publishers.
  • Luc Renneboog
    Goergen, M. & Renneboog, L.D.R. (2010). The social responsibility of major shareholders. In G. Aras & D. Crowther (Eds.), Handbook of Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility (pp. 287-307). Surrey: Gower Publishers
  • Luc Renneboog
    Martynova, M. & Renneboog, L.D.R. (2010). Spillover of corporate governance standards in cross-border mergers and acquisitions. In A. Pacces (Ed.), The Law and Economics of Corporate Governance: Changing Perspectives (pp. 122-181). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Luc Renneboog
    Martynova, M. & Renneboog, L.D.R. (2010). Spillover of corporate governance standards in cross-border mergers and acquisitions. In B.E. Eckbo (Ed.), Corporate Takeovers: Modern Empirical Developments, Volume 2: Bidding Strategies, Financing, and Corporate Control (pp. 200-223). Amsterdam: Elsevier.