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  1. Innovating for Good in Opportunistic Contexts: The Case for Firms’ Environmental Divergence.Dante I. Leyva-de la Hiz, J. Alberto Aragon-Correa & Andrew G. Earle - 2022 - Journal of Business Ethics 176 (4):705-721.
    Opportunistic behaviors are considered ethically and strategically troublesome since they disrupt otherwise mutually beneficial relationships. Previous literature has shown that firms attempt to protect their investments from opportunism by generating a large amount of patented marginal innovations in domains central to their industry. However, this approach may generate some ethical dilemmas by preventing firms and societies from more radical, collaborative, and much-needed environmental progress. We extend the environmental innovation literature using strategic and ethical lenses to analyze the potential of an (...)
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  • Organizations, Learning, and Sustainability: A Cross-Disciplinary Review and Research Agenda.Melanie Feeney, Therese Grohnert, Wim Gijselaers & Pim Martens - forthcoming - Journal of Business Ethics:1-19.
    This paper explores the role of learning in organizational responses to sustainability. Finding meaningful solutions to sustainability challenges requires companies and other actors to broaden their thinking, go beyond organizational boundaries and engage more with their stakeholders. However, broadening organizational perspective and collaborating with diverse stakeholders involves inherent political and process-related tensions. Learning has been identified as a key organizing process for overcoming the challenges that arise through collaborative action for sustainability. In order to understand the role of learning in (...)
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