Markus Beckmann
Markus Beckmann
Professor for Corporate Sustainability Management, FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg
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Moral commitments and the societal role of business: An ordonomic approach to corporate citizenship
I Pies, S Hielscher, M Beckmann
Business Ethics Quarterly 19 (3), 375-401, 2009
2292009
Transdisciplinarity in corporate sustainability: Mapping the field
S Schaltegger, M Beckmann, EG Hansen
Business Strategy and the Environment 22 (4), 219-229, 2013
2062013
Commitment strategies for sustainability: How business firms can transform trade‐offs into win–win outcomes
M Beckmann, S Hielscher, I Pies
Business Strategy and the Environment 23 (1), 18-37, 2014
1862014
Value creation, management competencies, and global corporate citizenship: An ordonomic approach to business ethics in the age of globalization
I Pies, M Beckmann, S Hielscher
Journal of Business Ethics 94 (2), 265-278, 2010
1762010
Social entrepreneurship and broader theories: Shedding new light on the ‘Bigger Picture’
A Zeyen, M Beckmann, S Mueller, JG Dees, D Khanin, N Krueger, ...
Journal of Social Entrepreneurship 4 (1), 88-107, 2013
1092013
The political role of the business firm: An ordonomic concept of corporate citizenship developed in comparison with the Aristotelian idea of individual citizenship
I Pies, M Beckmann, S Hielscher
Business & Society 53 (2), 226-259, 2014
922014
Third sector organizations and migration: A systematic literature review on the contribution of third sector organizations in view of flight, migration and refugee crises
M Garkisch, J Heidingsfelder, M Beckmann
VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 28 …, 2017
762017
A configuration of sustainable sourcing and supply management strategies
RM Akhavan, M Beckmann
Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 23 (2), 137-151, 2017
692017
Sozialunternehmen in Deutschland: Analysen, trends und handlungsempfehlungen
SA Jansen, R Heinze, M Beckmann
Springer-Verlag, 2013
692013
Actor and institutional dynamics in the development of multi-stakeholder initiatives
A Zeyen, M Beckmann, S Wolters
Journal of Business Ethics 135 (2), 341-360, 2016
642016
Freiheit durch Bindung—Zur ökonomischen Logik von Verhaltenskodizes
M Beckmann, I Pies
Schmalenbachs Zeitschrift für betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung 59 (5), 615-645, 2007
642007
Verantwortung als marktwirtschaftliches Prinzip: zum Verhältnis von Moral und Ökonomie
L Heidbrink, A Hirsch
Campus Verlag, 2008
632008
Collaborative entrepreneurship for sustainability. Creating solutions in light of the UN sustainable development goals
S Schaltegger, M Beckmann, K Hockerts
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing 10 (2), 131-152, 2018
592018
Franchising as a strategy for combining small and large group advantages (logics) in social entrepreneurship: A Hayekian perspective
M Beckmann, A Zeyen
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 43 (3), 502-522, 2014
562014
Unternehmerische Nachhaltigkeit
M Beckmann, S Schaltegger
Nachhaltigkeitswissenschaften, 321-367, 2014
562014
Social entrepreneurs and social change: tracing impacts of social entrepreneurship through ideas, structures and practices
S Ney, M Beckmann, D Graebnitz, R Mirkovic
International journal of entrepreneurial venturing 6 (1), 51-68, 2014
492014
Corporate social responsibility und corporate citizenship
M Beckmann
Eine empirische Bestandsaufnahme der aktuellen Diskussion über die …, 2007
452007
Ordnungs-, Steuerungs-und Aufklärungsverantwortung–Konzeptionelle Überlegungen zugunsten einer semantischen Innovation
M Beckmann, I Pies
Verantwortung als marktwirtschaftliches Prinzip. Zum Verhältnis von Moral …, 2008
442008
In crowdfunding we trust? Investigating crowdfunding success as a signal for enhancing trust in sustainable product features
P Wehnert, CV Baccarella, M Beckmann
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 141, 128-137, 2019
412019
Participation versus Consent: Should Corporations Be Run according to Democratic Principles? 1
S Hielscher, M Beckmann, I Pies
Business Ethics Quarterly 24 (4), 533-563, 2014
392014
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