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Christopher Wickert
Christopher Wickert
Associate Professor, Director VU Center for Business & Society, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU)
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Organizing corporate social responsibility in small and large firms: Size matters
D Baumann-Pauly, C Wickert, LJ Spence, AG Scherer
Journal of business ethics 115 (4), 693-705, 2013
7422013
Talking the talk, moral entrapment, creeping commitment? Exploring narrative dynamics in corporate responsibility standardization
P Haack, D Schoeneborn, C Wickert
Organization Studies 33 (5-6), 815-845, 2012
3342012
Walking and talking corporate social responsibility: Implications of firm size and organizational cost
C Wickert, AG Scherer, LJ Spence
Journal of Management Studies 53 (7), 1169-1196, 2016
3282016
Towards a progressive understanding of performativity in critical management studies
C Wickert, SM Schaefer
Human relations 68 (1), 107-130, 2015
2232015
Reducing complexity by creating complexity: A systems theory perspective on how organizations respond to their environments
A Schneider, C Wickert, E Marti
Journal of Management Studies 54 (2), 182-208, 2017
1922017
“Political” corporate social responsibility in small-and medium-sized enterprises: A conceptual framework
C Wickert
Business & Society 55 (6), 792-824, 2016
1502016
Pitching for social change: Toward a relational approach to selling and buying social issues
C Wickert, FGA De Bakker
Academy of Management Discoveries 4 (1), 50-73, 2018
126*2018
Reconsidering the ‘symmetry’between institutionalization and professionalization: The case of corporate social responsibility managers
D Risi, C Wickert
Journal of Management Studies 54 (5), 613-646, 2017
932017
New roles of government in the governance of business conduct: Implications for management and organizational research
A Kourula, J Moon, ML Salles-Djelic, C Wickert
Organization Studies 40 (8), 1101-1123, 2019
872019
“Buying” corporate social responsibility: organisational identity orientation as a determinant of practice adoption
C Wickert, A Vaccaro, J Cornelissen
Journal of Business Ethics 142 (3), 497-514, 2017
682017
Management Research that Makes a Difference: Broadening the Meaning of Impact
C Wickert, C Post, J Doh, JE Prescott, A Prencipe
Journal of Management Studies 58 (2), 297-320, 2021
602021
The elephant in the room: The nascent research agenda on corporations, social responsibility, and capitalism
FGA de Bakker, D Matten, LJ Spence, C Wickert
Business & Society, 2020
502020
Corporate social responsibility
C Wickert, D Risi
Cambridge University Press, 2019
372019
On the potential of progressive performativity: Definitional purity, re-engagement and empirical points of departure
SM Schaefer, C Wickert
Human Relations 69 (2), 215-224, 2016
352016
Rethinking professionalization: A generative dialogue on CSR practitioners
L Brès, S Mosonyi, JP Gond, D Muzio, R Mitra, A Werr, C Wickert
Journal of Professions and Organization 6 (2), 246-264, 2019
262019
Integrating corporate social responsibility into efforts to realize millennium development goals: Lessons from Uganda
D Katamba, CM Nkiko, C Tushabomwe-Kazooba, SB Mpisi, I Kemeza, ...
World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, 2014
172014
Corporate Social Responsibility Research in the Journal of Management Studies: A Shift from a Business-Centric to a Society-Centric Focus
C Wickert
Journal of Management Studies 58 (8), 2021
102021
How CSR managers can inspire other leaders to act on sustainability
C Wickert, F de Bakker
Harvard Business Review, 2019
102019
The efficiency paradox in organization and management theory
S Schaefer, C Wickert
Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (1), 10958, 2015
92015
Implementing corporate social responsibility as institutional work: Exploring the day-to-day activities of CSR managers in multinational corporations
C Wickert, D Risi
Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Change, 243-258, 2019
62019
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