Selected journal articles

• Borland, H., Ambrosini, V., Lindgreen, A., and Vanhamme, J. (2016), “Building theory at the intersection of ecological sustainability and strategic management,” Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 135, No. 2, pp. 293—307.

• Borland, H. and Lindgreen, A., (2013), “Sustainability, epistemology, ecocentric business and marketing strategy: ideology, reality, and vision,” Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 117, No. 1, pp. 173—187.

• Caliendo, M., Clement, M., and Shehu, E. (2015), “The Effect of Individual Professional Critics on Books' Sales: Capturing Selection Biases from Observable and Unobservable Factors,” Marketing Letters, Vol. 26, No. 4, pp. 423–436.

• Eshuis, J., Braun, E., Klijn, E. H., and Zenker, S. (2018), “The differential effect of various stakeholder groups in place marketing,” Environment and Planning C, Vol. 36, No. 5, pp. 916-936.

• Iglesias, O., Markovic, S., Bagherzadeh, M., and Singh, J. J. (2018), “Co-creation: A key link between corporate social responsibility, customer trust, and customer loyalty.” Journal of Business Ethics.

• Iglesias, O., Markovic, S., Singh, J. J., and Sierra, V. (2019), “Do customer perceptions of corporate services brand ethicality improve brand equity? Considering the roles of brand heritage, brand image, and recognition benefits,” Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 154, No. 2, pp. 441-459.

• Joseph, J., Borland, H., Orlitzky, M., and Lindgreen, A. (2018), “Seeing versus doing: how businesses manage tensions on pursuit of sustainability,” Journal of Business Ethics, in press.

• Lund-Thomsen, P. and Lindgreen, A. (2015), “Corporate social responsibility in global value chains: where are we now, and where are we going?” Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 123, No. 1, pp. 11—22.

• Lund-Thomsen, P., Lindgreen, A., and Vanhamme, J. (2016), “Industrial clusters and corporate social responsibility in developing countries: what we know, what we do not know, and what we need to know,” Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 133, No. 1, pp. 9—24.

• Maon, F., Swaen, V., and Lindgreen, A. (2017), “One vision, different paths: an investigation of corporate social responsibility initiatives in Europe,” Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 143, No. 2, pp. 405—422.

• Markovic, S., and Bagherzadeh, M. (2018), “How does breadth of external stakeholder co-creation influence innovation performance? Analyzing the mediating roles of knowledge sharing and product innovation,” Journal of Business Research, Vol. 88, pp. 173-186.

• Markovic, S., Iglesias, O., Singh, J. J., and Sierra, V. (2018), “How does the perceived ethicality of corporate services brands influence loyalty and positive word-of-mouth? Analyzing the roles of empathy, affective commitment, and perceived quality,” Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 148, No. 4, pp. 721-740.

• Shehu, E., Becker, J., Langmaack, A., and Clement, M. (2016), “The Brand Personality of Nonprofit Organizations and the Influence of Monetary Incentives,” Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 138, No. 3, pp. 589–600.

• Sierra, V., Iglesias, O., Markovic, S., and Singh, J. J. (2017), “Does ethical image build equity in corporate services brands? The influence of customer perceived ethicality on affect, perceived quality, and equity,” Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 144, No. 3, pp. 661-676.

• Tollin, K., and Bech Christensen, L. (2019), “Sustainability Marketing Commitment: Empirical Insights about its Drivers at the Corporate and Functional Level of Marketing,” Journal of Business Ethics.

• Vallaster, C., and von Wallpach, S. (2018), “Brand Strategy Co-creation in a Nonprofit Context: A Strategy-as-Practice Approach,” Non-profit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Vol. 47, No. 5, pp. 984-1006.

• Zenker, S., Braun, E., and Petersen, S. (2017), “Branding the destination versus the place: The effects of brand complexity and identification for residents and visitors,” Tourism Management, Vol. 58, pp. 15-27.

• Zenker, S., von Wallpach, S., Braun, E., and Vallaster, C. (2019), “How the refugee crisis impacts the decision structure of tourists: A cross-country scenario study,” Tourism Management, Vol. 71, pp. 197-212.

Selected books

• Borland, H., Lindgreen, A., Maon, F., Vanhamme, J., Ambrosini, V., and Palacios Florencio, B. (Eds.) (2018), Business Strategies for Sustainability, Routledge, London, 423 pp.

• Lindgreen, A., Kotler, P., Vanhamme, J., and Maon, F. (Eds.) (2012), A Stakeholder Approach to Corporate Social Responsibility: Pressures, Conflicts, Reconciliation, Gower Publishing, Aldershot, 418 pp.

• Lindgreen, A., Maon, F., Vallaster, C., Yousafzai, S., and Palacios Florencio, B. (Eds.) (2018), Sustainable Entrepreneurship: Discovering, Creating, and Seizing Opportunities for Blended Value Generation, Routledge, London, 354 pp.

• Lindgreen, A., Maon, F., Vanhamme, J., and Sen, S. (Eds.) (2013), Sustainable Value Chain Management: A Research Anthology, Gower Publishing, Aldershot, 529 pp.

• Lindgreen, A., Vallaster, C., Yousafzai, S., and Hirsch, B. (Eds.) (2018), Measuring and Controlling Sustainability: Spanning Theory and Practice, Routledge, London, 293 pp.

• Lindgreen, A., Vanhamme, J., Maon, F., and Mardon, R. (Eds.) (2018), Communicating Corporate Social Responsibility in the Digital Era, Routledge, London, 364 pp.


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