IÉSEG School of Management, through ICOR, encourages and supports research-related initiatives addressing the analysis of business and society relationships and relating to ethics, social responsibility and sustainability in a business context. In this line, ICOR members mostly develop research activities across three broad axes:

1. Business and its relationships with society: A business-oriented focus

Along this axis, IÉSEG researchers develop efforts to understand the strategic, organisational and operational implications of the adoption a social responsibility and/or sustainability-oriented, values-driven paradigm by business organizations. In this line of research, ICOR researchers mostly study the development of values-based and stakeholder-oriented management models; social responsibility and sustainability strategy design and development processes; organisational learning, development and change for social responsibility and sustainability; social and environmental accounting practices; organizational justice and the human impact of organizational life; and responsible leadership practices.

2. Business and its relationships with society: A society-oriented focus

Along this second axis, ICOR researchers focus on understanding the role of societal actors and business organizations’ external stakeholders in the development of socially responsible and sustainability-oriented business practices. These research efforts include in this perspective the study of stakeholder influence tactics and strategies; the consideration of anti-corporate social movements; and analysis of the role of business schools in developing more responsible business practices.

3. Business and its relationships with society: An interaction and collaboration focus

Finally, in line with the idea according to business organisations must constructively interact and engage with their internal and external stakeholders in order to walk the social responsibility and sustainability talk, ICOR members across different departments study social responsibility- and sustainability-related reporting and communication strategies and their impact on stakeholders; social responsibility- and sustainability-related identity management practices; stakeholder dialogue processes; cross-sector social partnerships; and social innovation processes.

The research expertise of ICOR members is reflected by their growing record of publications.

Research Seminars

ICOR runs research seminars that are open to all academics, including researchers who are not part of IESEG School of Management or Université Catholique de Lille. Launched at the end of 2014, these seminars cover a wide range of topics related to business and society relationships and attract guest speakers from the School and other French and international experts from the field. These seminars provide academics with a platform to meet and discuss the latest topics in business and society relationships.


Conferences and Colloquiums

Next to ICOR research seminars, ICOR and its members contribute to the organization and hosting of wider research events in France and abroad.



  • Bapuji H., Brown J., De Bakker F., Higgins C., Rehbein K., Spicer A., (2020), From the editors, Business & Society, 59(1), pp. 3-4
  • Bapuji H., De Bakker F., Brown J., Higgins C., Rehbein K., Spicer A., (2020), Business and Society Research in Times of the Corona Crisis, Business & Society, 59(6)
  • Bruneel J., Clarysse B., Bobelyn A., Wright M., (2020), Liquidity events and VC-backed academic spin-offs: the role of search alliances, Research Policy, 49(10), pp. 104035
  • De Bakker F., Matten D., Spence L., Wickert C., (2020), The Elephant in the Room: The Nascent Research Agenda on Corporations, Social Responsibility, and Capitalism, Business & Society, 59(7), pp. 1295-1302
  • Laguecir A., Kern A., Kharoubi C., (2020), Management accounting systems in institutional complexity: Hysteresis and boundaries of practices in social housing, Management Accounting Research, 49(100715), pp. 1-14
  • Laguecir A., Chapman C., Kern A., (2020), Profitability calculations under trial of strength: Insights into intra-accounting variation in a social housing organization, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 33(4), pp. 727-751
  • Parrotta P., Jochem A., Valletta G., (2020), The impact of the 2002 reform of the EU leniency program on cartel outcomes, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 71
  • Rehbein K., Leonel R., Den Hond F., De Bakker F., (2020), How do firms that are changing the world engage politically?, Rutgers Business Review, 5(2), pp. 203-225
  • Farias, C., Seremani, T. & Fernández, P.D., (2020), Popular Culture, Moral Narratives and Organizational Portrayals: A Multimodal Reflexive Analysis of a Reality Television Show. J Bus Ethics, pp. 1-18
  • van Hille I., De Bakker F., Ferguson J., Groenewegen P., (2020), Cross-sector partnerships for sustainability: How mission-driven conveners drive change in national coffee platforms, Sustainability

  • Bouilloud J.-P., Deslandes G., Mercier G., (2019), The Leader as Chief Truth Officer: The Ethical Responsibility of « Managing the Truth » in Organizations, Journal of Business Ethics, 157(1), pp. 1-13
  • Bouten L., Baele A., (2019), CSR website disclosure: the influence of the upper echelons, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 32(2), pp. 421-455
  • Bruneel J., Cherchye L., (2019), Data envelopment analysis and social enterprises: analysing performance, strategic orientation, and mission drift, Journal of Business Ethics, 159(2), pp. 325–341
  • De Bakker F., Crane A., Henriques I., Husted B., (2019), Publishing interdisciplinary research in Business & Society, Business & Society, 58(3), pp. 443-452
  • Whelan G., De Bakker F., Den Hond F., Muthuri J., (2019), Talking the Walk: The Deflation Response to Legitimacy Challenges, <i>M@na@gement</i>, 22(4), pp. 633-663
  • Crane A., De Bakker F., Henriques I., Husted B., (2019), Taking stock at Business & Society: Reflections on our tenure as co-editors, 2015-2019., Business & Society, 58(8), pp. 1483-1495
  • Kok A., De Bakker F., Groenewegen P., (2019), Sustainability struggles: conflicting cultures and incompatible logics, Business & Society, 58(8), pp. 1496-1532
  • van Hille I., De Bakker F., Ferguson J., Groenewegen P., (2019), Navigating tensions in a cross-sector social partnership: How a convener drives change for sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 26(2), pp. 317-329
  • van Wijk J., Zietsma C., Dorado S., De Bakker F., Martí I., (2019), Social innovation: Integrating micro, meso and macro level insights from institutional theory, Business & Society, 58(5), pp. 887-918
  • Barberá-Tomás D., Castelló-Molina I., De Bakker F., Zietsma C., (2019), Energizing through visuals: How social entrepreneurs use emotion-symbolic work for social change, Academy of Management Journal, 62(6), pp. 1789-1817
  • De Bakker F., Rasche A., Ponte S., (2019), Multi-stakeholder initiatives on sustainability: A cross-disciplinary review and research agenda for business ethics, Business Ethics Quarterly, 29(3), pp. 343-383
  • Hudson B. A., Jarvis L., Goodrick E., (2019), Where the Heart Functions Best: The Role of Suppressed Emotion in Disruptive Institutional Work, Academy of Management Journal, 62(5), pp. 1358–1387
  • Laguecir A., Leca B., (2019), Strategies of visibility in contemporary surveillance settings: Insights from misconduct concealment in financial markets, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 62(July 2019), pp. 39-58
  • Maon F., Lindgreen A., (2019), Editorial: Organization and Management Paradoxes, International Journal of Management Reviews, 21(2), pp. 139-142
  • Lindgreen A., Maon F., Vallaster C., Yousafzai S., Palacios Florencio B., (2019), Sustainable Entrepreneurship: Discovering, Creating and Seizing Opportunities for Blended Value Generation, 978-1472483591, Routledge, London, 354 pages
  • Maon F., Lindgreen A., (2019), Editorial: Organization and Management Paradoxes, International Journal of Management Reviews, 21(2), pp. 139-142
  • Mitra P., Kickul J., Gundry L., Orr J., (2019), The Rise of Hybrids: A Note for Social Entrepreneurship Educators, International Review of Entrepreneurship, 17(2), pp. 107-126
  • Petitjean M., (2019), Eco-Friendly Policies and Financial Performance:  Was the Financial Crisis a Game Changer for Large US Companies?, Energy Economics, 80, pp. 502-511
  • Rieu Plichon, C., « Le manager face aux paradoxes du changement : le rôle de la capabilité négative », Revue Française de Gestion, 2019, vol. 278, no. 1, pp. 105-119
  • Du S., Swaen V., Lindgreen A., Sen S., (2019), The Role of Leadership Styles in Corporate Social Responsibility , in: Lindgreen A., Maon F., Vallaster C., Yousafzai S. and Palacios Florencio B. (Eds.),  Sustainable entrepreneurship: Discovering, creating and seizing opportunities for blended value generation, 9781472483591, Routledge, London, chapter 3.2, pp. 195-220

  • Ben-Hafaïedh, C., Micozzi, A., & Pattitoni, P. (2018). Academic spin-offs’ entrepreneurial teams and performance: a subgroups approach. Journal of Technology Transfer, 43(3), pp. 714-73
  • Byrne J., Fattoum S., Giacomin O., Tounés A., (2018), L’intention de croissance et le genre à l’épreuve de la parentalité, Management International, 22(4), pp. 1- 15
  • Byrne J., Fattoum S., Thébaud S., (2018), A Suitable Boy? Gendered Roles and Hierarchies in Family Business Succession , European Management Review
  • Byrne J., Fattoum S., Diaz C., (2018), Role Models and Women Entrepreneurs:  Entrepreneurial Superwoman has her say, Journal of Small Business Management, 57(1), pp. 154-184
  • De Bakker F., Crane A., Henriques I., Husted B., (2018), Editors’ insights. What makes for an exemplarary contribution? Introducing the Business & Society Best Paper Award, Business & Society, 57(7), pp. 1291-1300
  • De Colle S., O’ Brolchain F., Gordijn B., (2018), “The Ethics of Smart Stadia:  A Stakeholder Analysis of the Croke Park Project”, Science and Engineering Ethics, pp. 1-33
  • De Roeck K., Maon F., (2018), Building the theoretical puzzle of employees’ reactions to corporate social responsibility: An integrative conceptual framework and research agenda, Journal of Business Ethics, 149(3), pp. 609-625
  • El Akremi A., Gond J.-P., Swaen V., De Roeck K., Igalens J., (2018), How Do Employees Perceive Corporate Responsibility? Development and Validation of a Multidimensional Corporate Stakeholder Responsibility Scale, Journal of Management, 44(2), pp. 619-657
  • Fortis Z., Maon F., Frooman J., Reiner G., (2018), Unknown Knowns and Known Unknowns: Framing the Role of Organizational Learning in Corporate Social Responsibility Development, International Journal of Management Reviews, 20(2), pp. 277-300
  • Kickul J., Gundry L., Mitra P., Berçot L., (2018), Designing with Purpose: Advocating Innovation, Impact, Sustainability, and Scale in Social Entrepreneurship Education, Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy, 1(2), pp. 205-221
  • Rehbein, K., den Hond, F., & de Bakker, F.G.A. (2018). Aligning adverse activities? Corporate social responsibility and political activity. In D.M. Wasieleski & J. Weber (eds.). Business and Society 360. Bingley, UK, Emerald, pp.295 – 324
  • Bruneau V., Zidda P., Swaen V., (2018), Are loyalty program members really engaged? Measuring customer engagement in loyalty programs, Journal of Business Research, 91, pp. 144-158
  • Vieira da Cunha J., Carugati A., (2018), Transfiguration work and the system of transfiguration: How employees represent and misrepresent their work, MIS Quarterly, 42(3), pp. 873-894
  • Wickert C., De Bakker F., (2018), Pitching for social change: Towards a relational approach to selling and buying social issues, Academy of Management Discoveries, 4(1), pp. 50-73

  • Byrne J., Fattoum S., (2017), L’influence du genre dans le choix du successeur en entreprise familiale, Revue de l’Entrepreneuriat, 16(3-4), pp. 219-246
  • den Nieuwenboer N., Vieira da Cunha J., Trevino L., (2017), Middle Managers and Corruptive Routine Translation: The Social Production of Deceptive Performance, Organization Science, 28(5), pp. 781–803
  • Bayle-Cordier J., (2017), Cooperative Dynamics During the Financial Crisis: Evidence from Basque and Breton Case Studies, Non Profit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 46(3), pp. 505-524
  • Janssen C., Swaen V., (2017), Inclure les publireportages aux outils de communication sur la responsabilité sociétale des entreprises, Gestion 2000, 2017/5(34), pp. 361-380
  • Ben-Hafaïedh C., & Cooney T., (2017). Research Handbook on Entrepreneurial Teams: Theory and Practice. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar.
  • Byrne J., & Canato, A. (2017). It’s been a hard day’s night: Work family interface and employee engagement. Organizational Dynamics, 46(2): 104-112.
  • Byrne J., & Diaz Garcia, M. (2017). Entrepreneurial Role Models: An Integrated Framework from a Constructionist Perspective. In: C. Henry, T. Nelson & K. Kate Lewis(Eds.). The Routledge Companion to Global Female Entrepreneurship. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham: pp. 203-220.
  • de Bakker, F.G.A., den Hond, F., & Laamanen, M. (2017). Social Movements: Organizations and Organizing. In: C. Roggeband & B. Klandermans (eds.). Handbook of Social Movements Across Disciplines. 2nd Edition. Cham, Springer: 203-231.
  • de Bakker, F.G.A., & den Hond, F. (2017). NGO Activism and CSR. In: A. Rasche, M. Morsing & J. Moon (eds.). Corporate Social Responsibility: Strategy, Communication, Governance. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 220-245.
  • de Colle S., Fassin Y., & Freeman, R.E. (2017). When David Beats Goliath: Two Case-Studies in the Brewery Sector. In: Freeman R., Kujala J., & Sachs S. (eds). Stakeholder Engagement: Clinical Research Cases. Issues in Business Ethics, vol 46. Springer, Cham.
  • de Colle S., Fassin Y., & Freeman, R. (2017), Intra-stakeholder alliances in plant-closing decisions: a stakeholder theory approach. Business Ethics: A European Review, 26(2): 97–111.
  • de Colle S., Freeman R.E., Parmar B., & de Colle L. (2017), ‘Practicing Human Dignity: Ethical Lessons from Commedia dell’Arte and Theater’. Journal of Business Ethics, 144(2): 251-262.
  • Gond J.-P., El Akremi A., Swaen V., & Babu N., (2017), The psychological micro-foundations of corporate social responsibility: A person-centric systematic review. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38(2): 225-246.
  • Hasanefendic, S., Patrício, M.T., & de Bakker, F.G.A. (2017). Heterogeneous responses of Portuguese polytechnics to the new research policy demands. In R. Deem & H. Eggins (eds.). University as a Critical Institution? Rotterdam, Sense Publishers: 133-151.
  • Janssen C., Vanhamme J., & Leblanc, S. (2017). Should luxury brands say it out loud? Brand conspicuousness and consumer perceptions of responsible luxury. Journal of Business Research, 77: 167-174.
  • Ligonie M. (2017). The « forced performativity » of a strategy concept: Exploring how shared value shaped a gambling company’s strategy, Long Range Planning, 51, pp. 463-479
  • Ligonie M., & Gond, J.-P. (2017). Building on Actor-Network Analysis to Study Corporate Social Responsibility: Conceptual and Methodological Insights. In: P. H. Werhane, E.R. Freeman and S. Dmytriev (Eds.). Cambridge Handbook of Research Approaches to Business Ethics and Corporate Responsibility. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, chapter 16, pp. 232-246
  • Maon F., Lindgreen A., & Swaen V. (2017). One vision, Different Paths: An Investigation of Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives in Europe. Journal of Business Ethics, 143(2): 405-422.
  • Mercier G., Deslandes G., (2017), There are no codes, only interpretations. Practical wisdom and hermeneutics in monastic organizations, Journal of Business Ethics, 145(4), pp. 781-794
  • Mercier, G. (2017), Le cynisme organisationnel comme réponse à une violation de contrat psychologique: un moindre mal? Le cas d’un cabinet de conseil. Revue Française de Gestion, 43(266), 53-68.
  • Mitra P., Byrne J., Janssen F., (2017), Advantages of Hybrid Organising in Social Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Norway, International Review of Entrepreneurship, 15(4), pp. 519-536.
  • Narvaiza L., Aragon-Amonarriz C., Iturrioz-Landart C., Bayle-Cordier J., & Stervinou S. (2017). ‘Cooperative Dynamics During the Financial Crisis: Evidence From Basque and Breton Case Studies’. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 46(3): 505-524.
  • Vakkayil J., & Chatterjee D. (2017). Globalization routes: The pursuit of conformity and distinctiveness by top business schools in India. Management Learning, 48(3), pp. 328-344
  • Vakkayil J., Della Torre E., & Giangreco, A. (2017). « It’s not how it looks! » Exploring managerial perspectives on employee wellbeing. European Management Journal, 35(4): 548-562
  • Vakkayil J., (2017), Resistance and integration: Working with capitalism at its fringes, M@na@gement, 20(4), pp. 394-417

  • Bhatt M., Van Riel C. B. M., Baumann M. (2016). ‘Planned Organizational Identity Change: Insights from Practice’. In M.G. Pratt, M. Schultz, B.E. Ashforth, D. Ravasi (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Identity, Oxford, Oxford University Press: 436-454.
  • Bouten L., Hoozée S. (2016). Let’s Do It Safely: How Altrad Balliauw Developed Incentives Tailored to the Lowest Organizational Levels. Journal of Cleaner Production, 136(part A): 172-180.
  • Charry K., Tessitore T. (2016). Product Placement, Its Supporters and Detractors: A Quest for Balance. In P. De Pelsmacker (Eds.). Handbook of Research on New Advertising Formats. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley.
  • Degryse H., de Jong F., & Lefebvre J. (2016). Legal insider trading and stock market liquidity. De Economist, 164(1): 83-104.
  • De Pauw A.-S., Baert S., Deschacht N. (2016). Do Employer Preferences Contribute to Sticky Floors? Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 69(3): 714-736.
  • De Roeck K., El Akremi A., Swaen V. (2016). Consistency Matters! How and When Does Corporate Social Responsibility Affect Employees’ Organizational Identification? Journal of Management Studies, 53(7): 1141-1168.
  • Lindgreen A., Maon F., Vallaster, C. (2016). ‘Building Brands via Corporate Social Responsibility’. In. F. Dall’Olmo Riley, J. Singh, C. Blankson (Eds.). The Routledge Companion to Contemporary Brand Management. Routledge, London.
  • MacIntosh R., Bartunek J. M., Bhatt M., MacLean D. (2016). ‘I Never Promised You a Rose Garden: When research questions ought to change’. In A.B. Shani, D.A. Noumair (Eds.). Research in Organizational Change and Development. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley.
  • Mzembe A., Lindgreen A., Maon, F., Vanhamme J. (2016). ‘Investigating the drivers of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the global tea supply chain: A case study of Eastern Produce Limited in Malawi’. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 23(3): 165-178.
  • Titova Y. (2016). Are board characteristics relevant for banking efficiency? Evidence from the US. Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society, 16(4): 655-679.
  • van Halderen M., Bhatt M., Berens G., Brown T., van Riel C. (2016), Managing Impressions in the Face of Rising Stakeholder Pressures: Examining Oil Companies’ Shifting Stances in the Climate Change Debate’. Journal of Business Ethics, 133(3): 567-582.

  • Angot J., Plé L. (2015). ‘Serving Poor People in Rich Countries: The Bottom-of-the-Pyramid Business Model Solution’. Journal of Business Strategy, 36(2): 3-15.
  • Bayle-Cordier J., Mirvis P., Moingeon B. (2015). ‘Projecting different identities: A longitudinal study of the whipsaw effects of changing leadership discourse about the triple bottom line’. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 51(3): 336-374.
  • Bouten L., Everaert P. (2015). ‘Social and environmental reporting in Belgium: ‘Pour vivre heureux, vivons cachés’. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 33(5): 24-43.
  • Bouten L., Hoozée S. (2015). ‘Challenges in Sustainability and Integrated Reporting’. Issues in Accounting Education, 30(4): 373-381.
  • Janssen C., Sen S., Bhattacharya C. (2015). ‘Corporate crises in the age of corporate social responsibility’. Business Horizons, 58(2): 183-192.
  • Janssen C., Vanhamme J. (2015). ‘Theoretical lenses for understanding the CSR-consumer paradox’. Journal of Business Ethics, 130(4): 775-787.
  • Maon F. (2015). ‘Commanded aspirations and half-hearted enactments: The (yet) unfulfilled promises of French-style CSR’. In M. Fifka, S. Idowu (Eds.). Corporate Social Responsibility in Europe. Springer, Berlin.
  • Maon F., Lindgreen A. (2015). ‘Reclaiming the child left behind: The case for corporate cultural responsibility’. Journal of Business Ethics, 130(4): 755-766.
  • Vanhamme J., Swaen V., Berens G., Janssen C. (2015). ‘Playing with fire: Aggravating and buffering effects of ex ante CSR communication campaigns for companies facing allegations of social irresponsibility’. Marketing Letters, 26(4): 565-578.

  • Baert S., De Pauw A.-S. (2014). Is ethnic discrimination due to distaste or statistics? Economics Letters, 125(2): 270-273.
  • Byrne J., Fattoum S. (2014). ‘A gender perspective on family business succession: case studies from France’. In K. Lewis, C. Henry, E. Gatewood, J. Watson (Eds.). Women’s Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham.
  • Charry K. (2014). ‘Product placement and the promotion of healthy food to pre-adolescents: When popular TV series make carrots look cool’, International Journal of Advertising, 33(3): 599-616.
  • Charry K., De Pelsmacker, P., Pecheux, C. (2014). ‘How does perceived effectiveness affect adults’ ethical acceptance of anti-obesity threat appeals to children? When the going gets tough, the audience gets going’. Journal of Business Ethics, 124(2): 243-257.
  • Charry K., Demoulin N. (2014), ‘Children’s response to co-branded products: The facilitating role of fit’. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 42(11/12): 1032-1052.
  • de Colle S., Bennett A.M. (2014). ‘State-induced, strategic, or toxic? An ethical analysis of tax avoidance practices’. Business and Professional Ethics Journal, 33(1): 53-82.
  • de Colle S., Henriques A., Sarasvathy S. (2014). ‘The paradox of corporate social responsibility standards’. Journal of Business Ethics, 125(2): 177-191.
  • De Roeck K., Marique G., Stinglhamber F., Swaen V., (2014). ‘Understanding employees’ responses to corporate social responsibility: Mediating roles of overall justice and organizational identification’. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25(1): 91-112.
  • Hota M., Charry K. (2014). ‘The Impact of Visual and Child Oriented Packaging Elements Versus Information On Children’s Purchase Influence Across Various Age Groups’, International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 42(11/12): 1069-1082.
  • Janssen C., Vanhamme J., Lindgreen A., Lefebvre C. (2014). ‘The catch-22 of responsible luxury: Effects of luxury product characteristics on consumers’ perception of fit with corporate social responsibility’. Journal of Business Ethics, 119(1): 45-57.
  • Marzucco L., Marique G., Stinglhamber F., De Roeck K., Hansez I. (2014). ‘Justice and employee attitudes during organizational change: The mediating role of overall Justice’. European Review of Applied Psychology, 64(6): 289-298.

  • Bollaert H., Daher H., Deroo A., Dupire-Declerck M. (2011). ‘Corporate governance and performance of French listed companies’. Bankers, Markets and Investors. 109(December): 45- 57.
  • Bouten L., Everaert P., Roberts R.W. (2012). ‘How a two-step approach discloses different determinants of voluntary social and environmental reporting’. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 39(5): 567- 605.
  • Bouten L., Everaert P., Van Liedekerke L., De Moor L., Christiaens J., (2011), Corporate social responsibility: A comprehensive picture?’. Accounting Forum, 35(3): 187-201.
  • Bouten L., Hoozée S., (2013). ‘On the interplay between environmental reporting and management accounting change’. Management Accounting Research, 24(4): 333-348.
  • Charry K., Demoulin N.M. (2012). ‘Behavioural evidence of the effectiveness of threat appeals in the promotion of healthy food to children’. International Journal of Advertising, 31(4): 741-771.
  • Charry K., Kindt M., Pecheux C., Rodhain A. (2013). ‘L’élargissement du marketing à destination des enfants : le marketing social et le marketing de l’art et de la culture’. In J. Brée (Ed.). Kids Marketing. EMS, Cormelles-Le-Royal.
  • Charry K., Pecheux C. (2011). Enfants et promotion de l’alimentation saine : Etude de l’efficacité de l’utilisation de menaces en publicité. Recherche et Applications en Marketing, 26(2): 2-28.
  • De Roeck K., Swaen V. (2013), Corporate Social Responsibility and Employee Responses to M&As. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken.
  • De Woot P., Kleymann B. (2011). ‘Changer le paradigme culturel dans l’enseignement du management: un impératif, pas une option’. In L. Taskin, M. De Nanteuil (Eds.). Perspectives Critiques en Management: Pour une gestion citoyenne. De Boeck, Brussels.
  • Du S., Swaen V., Lindgreen A., Sen S. (2013). ‘The roles of leadership styles in corporate social responsibility’. Journal of Business Ethics, 114(1): 155-169.
  • Gond J-P., El Akremi A., Igalens J., Swaen V. (2008). ‘A Corporate social responsibility – corporate financial performance behavioural model for employees’. In C. Smith, C.B. Bhattacharya, D. Vogel, D. Levine. (Eds.). Global Challenges in Responsible Business. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
  • Gond J-P., Igalens J., Swaen V., El Akremi A. (2011). ‘The human resources contribution to responsible leadership: An exploration of the CSR-HR interface’. Journal of Business Ethics, 98(1): 115-132.
  • Hota M., Chumpitaz R., Cousin A. (2010). ‘Can Public Service Advertising Change Children’s Nutrition Habits? The Impact of Relevance and Familiarity’. Journal of Advertising Research, 50(4): 460-477.
  • Igalens J., El Akremi A., Gond J-P., Swaen V. (2011). ‘La responsabilité sociale des entreprises vue par les salariés: Phare ou rétroviseur?’. Revue de Gestion des Ressources Humaines, 82: 33-45.
  • Kleymann B., Tapie P. (2010). ‘Corporate responsibility and the business school agenda’. In A. Rasche, G. Kell (Eds). The United Nations Global Compact: Achievements, Trends and Challenges. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • Kotler P., Lindgreen A., Vanhamme J., Maon F. (2012). A Stakeholder Approach to Corporate Social Responsibility: Pressures, Conflicts, Reconciliation. Ashgate/Gower, Aldershot.
  • Lindgreen A., Campbell T., Swaen V. (2010). ‘Corporate social responsibility practices in developing and transitional countries: Botswana and Malawi’. Journal of Business Ethics, 90(3): 429-440.
  • Lindgreen A., Cordoba-Pachon J., Maon F., Mendoza J.M. (2010). ‘Corporate social responsibility in Colombia: making sense of social strategies’. Journal of Business Ethics, 91(2): 229-242.
  • Lindgreen A., Maon F., Reast J., Yani-De-Soriano M. (2012). ‘Corporate social responsibility in controversial industry sectors’ (special issue editorial). Journal of Business Ethics, 110(4): 393-395.
  • Lindgreen A., Maon F., Sen S., Vanhamme J. (2013). Sustainable Value Chain Management: Analyzing, Designing, Implementing, and Monitoring for Social and Environmental Responsibility. Ashgate/Gower, Aldershot.
  • Lindgreen A., Swaen V. (2010). ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’ (special issue editorial). International Journal of Management Reviews, 12(1): 1-7.
  • Lindgreen A., Swaen V., Harness D. (2012). ‘The role of ‘high potentials’ in integrating and implementing corporate social responsibility’. Journal of Business Ethics, 99(1): 73-91.
  • Lindgreen A., Xu Y.T, Maon F., Wilcock J. (2012). ‘Corporate social responsibility brand leadership: A multiple case study’. European Journal of Marketing, 46(7): 965-993.
  • Maon F., Lindgreen A., Swaen V. (2009). ‘Mainstreaming CSR: A triadic challenge from a general management perspective’. In S. Idowu, W. Filho (Eds.), Professionals’ Perspectives of Corporate Social Responsibility (71-96). Springer, Berlin.
  • Maon F., Lindgreen A., Swaen V. (2010). ‘Organizational stages and cultural phases: A critical review and a consolidative model of corporate social responsibility development’. International Journal of Management Reviews, 12(1): 20-38.
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