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Escaping the iron cage: Liabilities of origin and CSR reporting of emerging market multinational enterprises
V Marano, P Tashman, T Kostova
Journal of International Business Studies 48 (3), 386–408, 2017
5112017
Walking the walk or talking the talk? Corporate social responsibility decoupling in emerging market multinationals
P Tashman, V Marano, T Kostova
Journal of International Business Studies 50 (2), 153-171, 2019
3832019
The Corporate Governance of Environmental Sustainability: A Review and Proposal for More Integrated Research
RV Aguilera, JA Aragón-Correa, V Marano, PA Tashman
Journal of Management 47 (6), 1468-1497, 2021
2242021
Why do SMEs go green? An analysis of wine firms in South Africa
R Hamann, J Smith, P Tashman, RS Marshall
Business & Society 56 (1), 11-22, 2017
2152017
Adapting to grand environmental challenges through collective entrepreneurship
J Doh, P Tashman, M Benischke
Academy of Management Perspectives 33 (4), 450-468, 2019
2102019
Who and what really matters to the firm: Moving stakeholder salience beyond managerial perceptions
P Tashman, J Raelin
Business Ethics Quarterly 23 (4), 591-616, 2013
1802013
Half a world away: The integration and assimilation of corporate social responsibility, sustainability, and sustainable development in business school curricula
JP Doh, P Tashman
Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 21 (3), 131-142, 2014
1372014
Dynamic capabilities and base of the pyramid business strategies
P Tashman, V Marano
Journal of business ethics 89, 495-514, 2009
1152009
MNE/NGO partnerships and the legitimacy of the firm
V Marano, P Tashman
International Business Review 21 (6), 1122-1130, 2012
1112012
Ecological uncertainty, adaptation and mitigation in the US ski resort industry: Managing resource dependence and institutional pressures
P Tashman, J Rivera
Strategic Management Journal 37 (7), 1507-1525, 2016
942016
A Natural Resource Dependence Perspective of the Firm: How and Why Firms Manage Natural Resource Scarcity
P Tashman
Business & Society 60 (6), 1279-1311, 2021
512021
Are Members of Business for Social Responsibility More Responsible?
P Tashman, J Rivera
Policy Studies Journal 38 (3), 487-514, 2010
482010
Firm-specific assets and the internationalization–performance relationship in the U.S. movie studio industry
P Tashman, V Marano, J Babin
International Business Review 28 (4), 785-795, 2019
342019
Corporate Climate Change Adaptation, Vulnerability and Environmental Performance in the United States Ski Resort Industry
P Tashman
THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, 2012
202012
Why Do Firms Participate in Voluntary Environmental Programs? A Meta-Analysis of the Role of Institutions, Resources, and Program Stringency
P Tashman, S Flankova, M van Essen, V Marano
Organization & Environment 35 (1), 3-29, 2022
172022
Corporate climate change adaptation: An emerging non-market strategy in an uncertain world
P Tashman, M Winn, JE Rivera
The Routledge companion to non-market strategy, 317-336, 2015
82015
Escaping the iron cage: Developing economy multinational enterprises and CSR reporting
V Marano, P Tashman, T Kostova
Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (1), 11320, 2015
82015
A Meta-Analysis of the Effectiveness of Voluntary Environmental Programs
S Flankova, P Tashman, M Van Essen, V Marano
Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings 2018 (1), 14943, 2018
72018
The Socioecological Systems Framework, COVID-19 and Organizations
P Tashman
Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability. Alliance for Research on …, 2020
62020
Talking the talk and walking the walk: CSR reporting and CSP of emerging market multinationals
P Tashman, V Marano, T Kostova
Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings 2017 (1), 1-6, 2017
62017
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