COVID-19 Insights from Business Sustainability Scholars
Business sustainability researchers provide insights and solutions for the Covid-19 pandemic and for other natural environmental disasters and stressors.
Aiming to generate a better understanding of, ideas, and/or solutions to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are cooperating to promote a joint Online Essay/Opinion Forum for management scholars. We are seeking commentary essays discussing: How your current/previous research can help to develop better understanding and solutions for the Covid-19 pandemic and/or more generally for other natural environmental disasters and stressors (750 words max, Word file). To submit a commentary for review and possible posting, email Jorge Rivera.
- Judith Walls & Steve Walls, "What Can Corporations Do to Help Navigate the Storm that is COVID-19?"
- Jorge Rivera, "Responding to Slow Onset Disasters: The Boiling Frog Syndrome"
- Tima Bansal, "From Tima's Desk: Does the Coronavirus Offer Lessons for Climate Change?"
- Tobias Hahn, "The COVID-19 Pandemic, Paradox, and Sustainability"
- Andrew Hoffman & Dev Jennings, "How We Respond to COVID-19 Foreshadows Future Life in the Anthropocene"
- Jennifer Oetzel & Chang Hoon Oh, "Learning to Carry the Cat by the Tail: What We Know about Business Response to Disasters and How that Relates to the COVID-19 Crisis"
- Jonatan Pinkse, "Climate change in the Time of Corona: That's So 2019..."
- Nives Dolsak & Aseem Prakash, "Coronavirus and Global Supply Chain Disruption: A Wake-Up Call for Climate Policy?"
- Leopoldo Gutierrez-Gutierrez, Ana Castillo, & Ivan Montiel, "Companies vs. Coronavirus: A Call for Rapid Responsible Innovation"
- Herman Aguinis, "Understanding COVID-19: A Behavioral Corporate Social Responsibility Perspective"
- Martina Linnenluecke, "Resilience in Uncertain Times"
- Andrew Crane, "COVID-19 and the destitution of workers in global supply chains"
- Juan L. Senga & Geoffrey A. Chua, "Blood Banking in the Time of Coronavirus"
- Pete Tashman, "The Socioecological Systems Framework, COVID-19 and Organizations"
- Kirsten Martin, "Privacy In The Age Of A Pandemic"
- Dror Etzion, Bernard Forgues, & Emmanuel Kypraios, "Pandemic bonds: The financial cure we need for COVID-19?"
- Fabien Martinez, "Covid-19, business and faith: An intriguing field for research in (and the practice of) responsible"
- Carlos Martin-Rios, "Do-undo-redo: unlocking sustainable strategic renewal in services after the coronavirus"
- Ranjith PV and Uma Warrier, "Community kitchen for common man in the times of coronavirus"
- Klaus Meyer, Carsten Lund Pedersen, and Thomas Ritter, "The coronavirus crisis: A catalyst for entrepreneurship"
- Wendy Smith and Natalie Slawinski, "What can the Covid-19 crisis teach us about the importance of geographical communities to enable human connection?"
- Valentina De Marchi, "What about the toiletpapergate? Global pandemics and sustainability in a world of global value chains"
- Rajat Panwar, "Preventing future pandemics: A research avenue for corporate sustainability/social responsibility scholars"
- Ijeoma Nwagwu, "How Covid-19 is changing philanthropy and responsible business practices in Africa"
- Cynthia E. Clark, "Let values drive your board"
- Jonathan Doh, "Covid, culture, and political-economic systems"
- Luis A. Perez-Batres and Len J Treviño, "Exposure, black swans, and real options"
- Mette Morsing, "The return of the state"
- Frederick Ahen, "COVID–19: I saw it coming and was vilified for taking it serious!"
- Robert Sroufe and Marissa Mitzner, "Lifting the mask of materiality"
- Ilan Alon, "Covid-19 and international business: A viewpoint"
- Sophie Bacq, "The power of social entrepreneurship in the face of urgent grand societal challenges"
This forum brings together business school researchers from multiple professional societies: