Jonatan Pinkse
Jonatan Pinkse
Centre for Sustainable Business, King's Business School, King's College London
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Tensions in corporate sustainability: Towards an integrative framework
T Hahn, J Pinkse, L Preuss, F Figge
Journal of Business Ethics 127, 297-316, 2015
Cognitive Frames in Corporate Sustainability: Managerial Sensemaking with Paradoxical and Business Case Frames
T Hahn, L Preuss, J Pinkse, F Figge
Academy of Management Review 39 (4), 463-487, 2014
Promises and paradoxes of the sharing economy: An organizing framework
A Acquier, T Daudigeos, J Pinkse
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 125, 1-10, 2017
Corporate responses in an emerging climate regime: the institutionalization and commensuration of carbon disclosure
A Kolk, D Levy, J Pinkse
European Accounting Review 17 (4), 719-745, 2008
Trade‐offs in corporate sustainability: you can't have your cake and eat it
T Hahn, F Figge, J Pinkse, L Preuss
Business Strategy and the Environment 19 (4), 217-229, 2010
Business models for sustainable technologies: Exploring business model evolution in the case of electric vehicles
R Bohnsack, J Pinkse, A Kolk
Research Policy 43 (2), 284-300, 2014
Business responses to climate change: identifying emergent strategies
A Kolk, J Pinkse
California Management Review, Vol. 47, No. 3, pp. 6-20, 2005
Market strategies for climate change
A Kolk, J Pinkse
European Management Journal 22 (3), 304-314, 2004
A paradox perspective on corporate sustainability: Descriptive, instrumental, and normative aspects
T Hahn, F Figge, J Pinkse, L Preuss
Journal of Business Ethics 148 (2), 235-248, 2018
The integration of corporate governance in corporate social responsibility disclosures
A Kolk, J Pinkse
Corporate social responsibility and environmental management 17 (1), 15-26, 2010
Harmonization in CSR reporting: MNEs and global CSR standards
F Fortanier, A Kolk, J Pinkse
Management international review 51, 665-696, 2011
A perspective on multinational enterprises and climate change: Learning from “an inconvenient truth”
A Kolk, J Pinkse
Journal of International Business Studies 39 (8), 1359-1378, 2008
International business and global climate change
J Pinkse, A Kolk
Taylor & Francis, 2009
The Role of Short-Termism and Uncertainty Avoidance in Organizational Inaction on Climate Change A Multi-Level Framework
N Slawinski, J Pinkse, T Busch, SB Banerjee
Business & Society 56 (2), 253-282, 2017
Stakeholder mismanagement and corporate social responsibility crises
A Kolk, J Pinkse
European Management Journal 24 (1), 59-72, 2006
Multinationals' political activities on climate change
A Kolk, J Pinkse
Business & Society 46 (2), 201-228, 2007
Addressing the Climate Change—Sustainable Development Nexus: The Role of Multistakeholder Partnerships
J Pinkse, A Kolk
Business & Society 51 (1), 176-210, 2012
Sustainable entrepreneurship and corporate political activity: Overcoming market barriers in the clean Energy sector
J Pinkse, K Groot
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 39 (3), 633-654, 2015
Accountability for social impact: A bricolage perspective on impact measurement in social enterprises
G Molecke, J Pinkse
Journal of Business Venturing 32 (5), 550-568, 2017
Challenges and trade‐offs in corporate innovation for climate change
J Pinkse, A Kolk
Business Strategy and the Environment 19 (4), 261-272, 2010
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