Johanne Grosvold
Johanne Grosvold
Associate Professor in Corporate Governance and CSR, School of Management, University of Bath
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National institutional systems as antecedents of female board representation: An empirical study
J Grosvold, S Brammer
Corporate Governance: An International Review 19 (2), 116-135, 2011
Board diversity in the United Kingdom and Norway: An exploratory analysis
J Grosvold, S Brammer, B Rayton
Business ethics: A European review 16 (4), 344-357, 2007
Reputational risks and sustainable supply chain management
H Walker, S Seuring, J Sarkis, R Klassen, JK Roehrich, J Grosvold, ...
International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 2014
Is doing more doing better? The relationship between responsible supply chain management and corporate reputation
SU Hoejmose, JK Roehrich, J Grosvold
Industrial Marketing Management 43 (1), 77-90, 2014
Squaring the circle: Management, measurement and performance of sustainability in supply chains
J Grosvold, SU Hoejmose, JK Roehrich
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal 19 (3), 292-305, 2014
Socially responsible supply chains: power asymmetries and joint dependence
SU Hoejmose, J Grosvold, A Millington
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 2013
The effect of institutional pressure on cooperative and coercive ‘green’supply chain practices
SU Hoejmose, J Grosvold, A Millington
Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 20 (4), 215-224, 2014
Where are all the women? Institutional context and the prevalence of women on the corporate board of directors
J Grosvold
Business & Society 50 (3), 531-555, 2011
Business school legitimacy and the challenge of sustainability: A fuzzy set analysis of institutional decoupling
A Snelson-Powell, J Grosvold, A Millington
Academy of Management Learning & Education 15 (4), 703-723, 2016
Women on corporate boards: A comparative institutional analysis
J Grosvold, B Rayton, S Brammer
Business & Society 55 (8), 1157-1196, 2016
Environmental managers and institutional work: Reconciling tensions of competing institutional logics
F Dahlmann, J Grosvold
Business Ethics Quarterly 27 (2), 263-291, 2017
Management models and priorities in member associations: Is credit unions’ community involvement crowded-out?
J Forker, J Grosvold, AM Ward
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 43 (2_suppl), 105S-123S, 2014
Organizational hypocrisy in business schools with sustainability commitments: The drivers of talk-action inconsistency
AC Snelson-Powell, J Grosvold, AI Millington
Journal of Business Research 114, 408-420, 2020
New modes of managing grand challenges: Cross-sector collaboration and the refugee crisis of the Asia Pacific
A Quayle, J Grosvold, L Chapple
Australian Journal of Management 44 (4), 665-686, 2019
Ambidextrous Environmental Managers: Trading off the Natural Environment?
F Dahlmann, J Grosvold
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 10817, 2018
Predicting Board Decisions: Are Agency Theory and Resource Dependency Theory Still Relevant?
J Grosvold, K Rehbein, P Baker
Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (1), 12155, 2015
Advantages and disadvantages of socially and environmentally sustainable procurement practices in the public and private sectors: An empirical investigation
C Oldroyd, J Grosvold, A Millington
Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 22 …, 2011
Gender diversity on company boards
J Grosvold, S Pavelin, I Tonks
Transportation 26 (8.5), 4.1, 2012
Organisational responses to mandatory modern slavery disclosure legislation: a failure of experimentalist governance?
M Rogerson, A Crane, V Soundararajan, J Grosvold, CH Cho
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 2020
Country, industry, and firm-level influences on the prevalence of women on corporate boards: an institutional approach
J Grosvold, S Brammer
Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 20 …, 2009
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