This section displays a number of publications of our researchers.

S.P. Kennedy & E.M. Rood (2017). Eco-transformation: a global sustainability wake-up call. RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge, 29 (1), 5-7.
S.P. Kennedy, G.M. Whiteman & J. van den Ende (2017). Radical Innovation for Sustainability: The Power of Strategy and Open Innovation. Long Range Planning, Accepted. doi:
S.P. Kennedy & G.M. Whiteman (2017). A Place-based analysis of sustainable water management. In The World Scientific Reference on Entrepreneurship volume 3: Sustainability, Ethics and Entrepreneurship (pp. 159-192). World Scientific Publishing
A. Williams, S.P. Kennedy, F. Philipp & G. Whiteman (2017). Systems Thinking: A Review of Sustainability Management Research. Journal of Cleaner Production, 148, 866-881. doi:
A.O.P. Akemu (2017, februari 17). Corporate Responses to Social Issues: Essays in Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility. EUR (350 pag.) Prom./coprom.: prof.dr. G.M. Whiteman & dr. S.P. Kennedy.
S.P. Kennedy & P.M. Perego (2016). Value creation through integrated reporting. RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge, 26 (2), 11-13.
O. Akemu, G.M. Whiteman & S.P. Kennedy (2016). Social enterprise emergence from social movement activism: The Fairphone Case. Journal of Management Studies, 53 (5), 846-877. doi:
A.R. Muller & G.M. Whiteman (2016). Corporate philanthropic responses to emergent human needs: The role of organizational attention focus. Journal of Business Ethics, 137 (2), 299-314. doi:
P.M. Perego, S.P. Kennedy & G.M. Whiteman (2016). A lot of Icing but little cake? Taking Integrated Reporting forward. Journal of Cleaner Production, 136 (Part A), 53-64. doi:[go to publisher's site]
G.M. Whiteman & S.P. Kennedy (2016). Sustainability as process. In A Langley & H Tsoukas (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Process Organization Studies. SAGE Publications Ltd
Romy Kraemer (2016, november 18). A license to mine? : Community organizing against multinational corporations. Erasmus University Rotterdam (225 pag.) (Rotterdam: Erasmus Research Institute of Management (PhD Serie 383)) Prom./coprom.: prof.dr. R. Van Tulder & prof.dr. G.M. Whiteman.
J. Burchell, S.P. Kennedy & A. Murray (2015). Responsible management education in UK Business Schools: Examining the role of the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) as a driver for change. Management Learning, 46 (4), 479-497. doi:
S.P. Kennedy, G.M. Whiteman & A. Williams (2015). Sustainable Innovation at Interface: Workplace Pro-Environmental Behavior as a Collective Driver for Continuous Improvement. In The Psychology of Green Organizations. Oxford University Press
C. De Jonge & G.M. Whiteman (2014). Chapter 26: Arne Naess. In T. Hernes, J. Halin, D. Hjorth & R. Holt (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Process Philosophy and Organization Studies (pp. 432-451). Oxford: Oxford University Press
G. Guthey, G.M. Whiteman & M. Elmes (2014). Place and Sense-of-Place: Implications for Organizational Studies of Sustainability. Journal of Management Inquiry, 23, 254-265. doi:
S.P. Kennedy & G.M. Whiteman (2014). Environmentalism and corporate sustainability. In Wiley Encyclopedia of Management, 3rd edition
G.M. Whiteman & L. Sawahata (2013). Sustainability as a team sport. RSM Insight, 16 (4), 5-7.
Romy Kraemer, G.M. Whiteman & B. Banerjee (2013). Conflict and astroturfing in Niyamgiri: The importance of national advocacy networks in anti-corporate social movements. Organization Studies, 34 (5), 823-852. doi:[go to publisher's site]
G.M. Whiteman, B. Walker & P.M. Perego (2013). Planetary Boundaries: Ecological Foundations for Corporate Sustainability. Journal of Management Studies, 50 (2), 307-336. doi:[go to publisher's site]
G.M. Whiteman, C. Hope & P. Wadhams (2013). Climate science: Vast costs of Arctic change. Nature, 499 (7459), 401-403. doi:[go to publisher's site]
G.M. Whiteman, C. Hope & P. Wadhams (2013). Response to Correspondence on Vast Costs of Arctic Change. Nature, 500, 529-529.
C. Wright, D. Nyberg, C. De Cock & G.M. Whiteman (2013). Future Imaginings, Organizing for Climate Change. Organization, 20 (5), 647-658. doi:[go to publisher's site]
C. Wright, D. Nyberg, C. De Cock & G.M. Whiteman (2013). Voices from the front lines of the climate wars. Organization, 20 (5), 743-744. doi:[go to publisher's site]
G.M. Whiteman & P.M. Perego (2012). Planetary boundaries and corporate sustainability. RSM Insight, 11 (3), 10-11.
G.M. Whiteman (2012). Ecological sensemaking and climate change. RSM Insight, 9 (1), 8-10.
E.C. Carmack, F. McLaughlin, G.M. Whiteman & T. Homer-Dixon (2012). Detecting and Coping with Disruptive Shocks in Arctic Marine Systems: A Resilience Approach to Place and People. Ambio, 41 (1), 56-65. doi:
M.B. Elmes, S.J. Juisto, G.M. Whiteman, B. Hersh & G.T. Guthey (2012). Teaching social entrepreneurship and innovation from the perspective of place and place making. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 11 (4), 533-554. doi:[go to publisher's site]
Romy Kraemer & R. Van Tulder (2012). A license to operate for the extractive industries? Operationalizing stakeholder thinking in international business. In A. Lindgreen (Ed.), A stakeholder approach to corporate social responsibility (pp. 97-120). Surrey: Gower Publishing Ltd.
F. Jolly & G.M. Whiteman (2011). Managing and Educating Outside: A Cree hunter's perspective. Journal of Management Education, 35 (1), 27-50. doi:[go to publisher's site]
S.P. Kennedy (2011). Stakeholder Management for Sustainable Development Implementation: The Case of a Sustainable Urban Drainage System. Social & Environmental Accounting, 31 (2), 139-153. doi:
G.M. Whiteman & W.H. Cooper (2011). Ecological Sensemaking. Academy of Management Journal, 54 (5), 889-911. doi:[go to publisher's site]
G.M. Whiteman, R. Vos, F.S. Chapin, V. Yli-Pelkonen, J. Niemelä & B. Forbes (2011). Business strategies and the transition to low-carbon cities. Business Strategy and the Environment, 20 (4), 251-265. doi:[go to publisher's site]
E. Bruijn & G.M. Whiteman (2010). That which doesn't break us: Identity work by local `stakeholders'. Journal of Business Ethics, 96 (3), 479-496. doi:[go to publisher's site]
G.T. Guthey & G.M. Whiteman (2010). Social and ecological transitions: The case of winemaking in California. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 11, 37-48.
D. Loorbach, J. Van Bakel, G.M. Whiteman & J. Rotmans (2010). Business strategies for transitions towards sustainable systems. Business Strategy and the Environment, 19 (2), 133-146. doi:
G.M. Whiteman (2010). Heart Matters. Journal of Management Inquiry, 19, 348-349. doi:
G.M. Whiteman, M.K. Dorsey & B.B.F. Wittneben (2010). Business and biodiversity: They would say that. Nature, 466, 435-435. doi:[go to publisher's site]
G.M. Whiteman (2010). Management Studies That Break Your Heart. Journal of Management Inquiry, 19, 328-337. doi:[go to publisher's site]
G.M. Whiteman (2010). First you have to get outside: Reflections on the ecological location of qualitative fieldwork. Organization and Environment, 23, 119-131. doi:[go to publisher's site]
W. Flanagan & G.M. Whiteman (2009). AIDS is Not a Business: A Study in Global Corporate Responsibility Securing Access to Low-cost HIV Medications. In S.J. Shapiro, M. Tadajewski & C.J. Shultz (Eds.), Macromarketing (pp. 65-75). London: Sage
R. Kraemer & R. Van Tulder (2009). Internationalization of TNCs from the extractive industries: a literature review. Transnational Corporations, 18 (1), 137-157. doi:
D.A. Loorbach, J. Van Bakel, G.M. Whiteman & J. Rotmans (2009). Business strategies for transitions to sustainable systems. Business Strategy and the Environment, 19 (2), 133-146. doi:[go to publisher's site]
A.R. Muller & G.M. Whiteman (2009). Exploring the geography of corporate philanthropic disaster response. Journal of Business Ethics, 84 (4), 589-603. doi:[go to publisher's site]
G.M. Whiteman, T. Müller & J. Johnson (2009). Strong Emotions at Work. Qualitative Research in Organization and Management, 4 (1), 46-61. doi:
G.M. Whiteman (2009). All my relations: Understanding perceptions of justice and conflict between companies and Indigenous Peoples. Organization Studies, 30 (1), 105-124. doi:[go to publisher's site]
G.M. Whiteman & N. Phillips (2008). Through the looking glass: The role of fictional and semi-fictional narrative in organizational research. In D. Barry & H. Hansen (Eds.), Sage Handbook of New and Emerging Approaches to Management and Organization (pp. 288-301). London: Sage
B.B.F. Wittneben (2008). George Monbiot on Management and Climate Research. Organization and Environment, 21 (1), 76-81. doi:[go to publisher's site]
W. Flanagan & G.M. Whiteman (2007). Aids is not a business: A study in global corporate responsibility - Securing Access to Low-cost HIV Medications. Journal of Business Ethics, 73 (1), 65-75. doi:[go to publisher's site]
W. Sterk, H.E. Ott, R. Watanabe & B.B.F. Wittneben (2007). The Nairobi Climate Change Summit (COP 12 - MOP 2): Taking a Deep Breath before Negotiating post-2012 Targets. Journal of European Environmental & Planning Law, 4 (2), 139-148.
G.M. Whiteman (2007). Exploracao de Florestas e a Situacao dos Povos Indigenas: o exemplo problematico da empresa Samling, na Guina. In F. Bird & M. A. Griesse (Eds.), Responsibilidades Sociais (pp. 191-220). Sao Paolo: UNIMEP
B.B.F. Wittneben (2007). Institutional Change in the Transfer of Climate-Friendly Technology. Business and Society, 46 (1), 117-124.
Romy Kraemer & R. Van Tulder (2007). Internationalisation Strategies of Extractive Industries: A Review of the Literature. (Extern rapport, Wold Investment Report). New York: United Nations/ United Nations Centre on Transnational Corporations