Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility Group

Purpose

The main objective of the Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) group is to foster and facilitate exchange of knowledge, debate and consultancy between academics and practitioners from both the private and public sectors.

In an environment of constant growth, strained resources and an increasingly connected world, the concept of corporate social responsibility is becoming increasingly important to building a sustainable future, but also to business' competitive viability. Research in this area can be used to encourage, justify and promote sustainable and socially responsible business practices.

More information about Sustainability @ Massey can be found at this website.

Sustainability and CSR research group

  • Associate Professor Ralph Bathurst

    Associate Professor Ralph Bathurst

    Associate Professor - School of Management

    Dr Ralph Bathurst is a leadership scholar focusing on the arts of leadership and the aesthetics of organisations.  He has published in Leadership, Journal of Management Inquiry, International Journal of Arts Management, ephemera: theory & politics in organization and Philosophy of Management. He maintains an interest in arts organisations and their sustainability, focusing on how the arts can influence business practice.  

  • Dr Anna Berka

    Dr Anna Berka

    Lecturer in Management, Entrepreneurship & Innovation - School of Management

  • Dr Kate Bone

    Dr Kate Bone

    Lecturer - School of Management

    Dr Kate Bone is an interdisciplinary academic with interests in workplace wellbeing and tourism. Kate's research is concerned with social justice issues and she presents critical accounts of lived experiences from a largely sociological perspective. Kate is an active member of the Healthy Work Group.

    Kate is a named investigator awarded $1.2 million in funding (Feb 2020) from WorkSafe New Zealand and the Health Research Council to support a 3-year project investigating how participatory Psychosocial Safety Climate interventions can reduce psychosocial risk and enhance wellbeing within SMEs in New Zealand's health, education and manufacturing sectors.

  • Prof Gabriel Eweje

    Prof Gabriel Eweje

    Professor - School of Management

    Gabriel Eweje is  Professor of Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability. He is also Director of the CSR and Sustainability Research Group– a multidisciplinary team of researchers from Massey Business School. He is the Editor-in-Chief, Corporate Governance – An International Journal of Business in Society. Gabriel background is mostly in teaching, research and consultancy in Social Issues in Management. His research interest lies around the issues of business ethics, corporate social responsibility and sustainability related disciplines. He has also published his work in international academic journals and presented his research findings at international conferences.

     

  • Dr Jeffrey Kennedy

    Dr Jeffrey Kennedy

    Senior Lecturer - Massey Executive Development

    Jeff is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Management at Massey University’s Auckland campus. From 2003 to 2013, he was on the faculty of Singapore’s Nanyang Business School (NBS) and, from 2009, was Director of Open and Custom Programs for Nanyang Executive Education. His research has been published in a variety of journals, including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Global Mobility, Academy of Management Executive, and Human Relations. Jeffrey obtained his PhD in Organisational Behaviour from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. His research interests cover careers, cross-cultural management, and leadership.

  • Dr Kazunori Kobayashi

    Dr Kazunori Kobayashi

    Lecturer in Management, Entrepreneurship & Innovation - School of Management

  • Dr Harvey Nguyen

    Dr Harvey Nguyen

    Senior Lecturer - School of Economics and Finance

    Harvey is a Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at Massey Business School. He received a Ph.D. in Finance from Monash University, Australia where he was awarded the Vice Chancellor's Commendation for Thesis Excellence. His research interests are corporate finance, behavioral finance, climate finance, empirical asset pricing, and market microstructure. Harvey has published in internationally recognized journals such as Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Financial Markets, and Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money. Harvey is the Director, Ph.D. Studies (School of Economics and Finance- Albany campus) and serves on the editorial board of a number of journals.

  • Associate Professor Nitha Palakshappa

    Associate Professor Nitha Palakshappa

    Associate Head of School, School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing - School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing

    Dr Nitha Palakshappa is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing at Massey University.  Before coming to Massey she was at the University of Waikato.  Nitha currently lectures in the field of Marketing Strategy and Management.

  • Prof David Pauleen

    Prof David Pauleen

    Professor in Technology Management - School of Management

    David J. Pauleen (PhD) is a professor in the School of Management, Massey University, Albany, New Zealand. Long-term research interests include emerging and virtual work practices, knowledge management, and more recently, the role of  wisdom in management. His work has appeared in such journals as the Journal of Management Information Systems, Sloan Management Review, Journal of Business Ethics,  Journal of Knowledge Management, and the Journal of Information Technology. He is also (co-) editor of four books and co-author of the book, Wisdom, Analytics and Wicked Problems: Integral Decisionmaking for the Data Age (2018).

  • Dr Aymen Sajjad

    Dr Aymen Sajjad

    Senior Lecturer - School of Management

  • Associate Professor David Tappin

    Associate Professor David Tappin

    Associate Professor - School of Management

    As an academic in the School of Management I teach courses in HR/ER, Decent Work and Project Management, and I supervise postgraduate students.  I am a co-director of the Healthy Work Group - a research team involved in evaluating and addressing psychosocial risks and interventions in work, and I am a member of the human ethics committee in Albany.  I have been at Massey University since 2011.  Before this I was a self-employed consultant and a researcher with Scion (a Crown Research Institute).

  • Dr Lili Zhao

    Dr Lili Zhao

    Academic Administrator - School of Management

Other members (Visiting Scholars)

Dr Shobod Nath

"My PhD research title was “Embedding Synergistic Sustainability into Global Supply Chains: Investigating Apparel SME Suppliers of Bangladesh”. This study primarily explored the reasons behind the current CSR and sustainability practices adopted by Bangladeshi export-oriented apparel SME suppliers, and how do they embed synergistic sustainability into their core business decisions as globally responsible local entities."

Dr Sitong Chen

"My research topic is: Sustaining Cross-cultural Leadership: New Zealand and Chinese Business Partnerships. I am studying how Chinese and New Zealand companies establish and sustain business partnerships in New Zealand.  With the rise of investment in New Zealand from China, it is a timely study that will assist companies manage their cultural partnerships.  My study will help identify factors that will ensure these partnerships become firmly established and flourish over time."

Minh Nguyen

Minh Nguyen is a Ph.D. student in the School of Management, Massey University. Minh Nguyen holds a bachelor’s degree in Business from University of Technology Sydney (Australia), an MBA in Finance from University of Stirling (UK) and a Postgraduate Diploma in Educational Leadership and Management from University of Portsmouth (UK). His PhD thesis aims to theoretically and empirically understand corporate social responsibility in SMEs in developing countries, through an exploration of the underlying assumptions and reasons for the CSR engagement among SMEs in Vietnam. This study contributes to CSR literature by exploring the dynamic interaction between the individual agency of owner-managers and institutional pressures regarding CSR and highlighting the interplay between the economic and non-economic motivations that underlie CSR. 

Publications and projects

Recent Academic Publications

Journal articles

·      Nguyen, H., and Pham, M. (2021). “Air Pollution and Behavioral Biases: Evidence from Stock Market Anomalies”. Journal of Behavioral & Experimental Finance, Volume 29. [ABDC Journal Rank: A].

·      Nguyen, L., Nguyen, H., and Pham, M. (2021). “Bribe or Die: Evidence from Female Entrepreneurs in Emerging Markets”. Applied Economics, 2021 forthcoming.  [ABDC Journal ranking: A; SSCI].

·      Thakerngiat, K., Nguyen, H., Nguyen, N., and Visaltanachoti, N. (2021). “Do Accounting Information and Market Environment Matter for Cross-Asset Predictability?”. Accounting and Finance, 2021 forthcoming. [ABDC Journal Rank: A; SSCI].

·      Nguyen, H., and Pham, M. (2021). “Does Investor Attention Matter for Market Anomalies”. Journal of Behavioral & Experimental Finance, Volume 29. [ABDC Journal Rank: A].

·      Marshall, B. R., Nguyen, H., Nguyen, N. H., and Visaltanachoti, N. (2021). “Country Governance and International Equity Returns”. Journal of Banking and Finance, Volume 122, pages 1-13. [ABDC Journal Rank: A*; SSCI; Impact Factor: 3.527].

·      Shahbaz, W., & Sajjad, A. (2021). Integrating management control systems, mindfulness and sustainability: an occupational health and safety perspective. Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business and Society. https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/CG-06-2020-0242/full/html

·      Mohammad, A., Sajjad, A., Farooq, S., Abrar, M., & Joyo, AS. (2021). The impact of audit committee attributes on the quality and quantity of environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosures. Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business and Society. https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/CG-06-2020-0243/full/html

·      Bentley, T., Green, N., Tappin, D., & Haslam, R. (2020). State of science: the future of work - ergonomics and human factors contributions to the field.. Ergonomics, 1-13. doi:10.1080/00140139.2020.1841308

·      Green, N., Tappin, D., & Bentley, T. (2020). Working from home before, during and after the Covid-19 pandemic: implications for workers and organisations. New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations, 45(2), 5-16. doi:10.24135/nzjer.v45i2.19

·      Tappin, D., Forsyth, D., Gardner, D., Ashby, L., Bentley, T., Bone, K., . . . Cordier, J. (2020). The New Zealand Workplace Barometer: Psychosocial safety climate and worker health ñ findings from the 2019 NZ Workplace Barometer.

·      Mrowinski, B., Brougham, D., & Tappin, D. (2020). Managersí Perceptions of Artificial Intelligence and Automation: Insights into the Future of Work. New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations, 44(3), 76-91.

·      Dreyfus M., Berka, A.L. (in press). Institutional perspectives on decentralisation in the energy sector: key findings from the literature and avenues for further research, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.

·      MacArthur J., Berka A.L. (in press). (Re)charging communities? Three energy futures for Aotearoa New Zealand, New Zealand Sociology Special Issue on Social Futures (December 2020).

·      Berka, A. L., MacArthur, J. L., & Gonnelli, C. (2020). Explaining inclusivity in energy transitions: Local and community energy in Aotearoa New Zealand. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 34, 165–182. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eist.2020.01.006

·      Palakshappa, N., & Dodds, S. (2020). Mobilising SDG 12: Co-creating sustainability through brands. Marketing Intelligence & Planning. doi:10.1108/MIP-08-2018-0360

·      Templer, K. J., Kennedy, J. C., & Phang, R. (2020). Customer orientation: The interactive effect of role clarity and learning goal orientation. Journal of Asian Business and Economic Studies, 00(EarlyCite). https://doi.org/10.1108/JABES-12-2019-0122

·      Sajjad, A., & Shahbaz, W. (2020). Integrating mindfulness and social sustainability: a critical review. Social Indicators Research, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11205-020-02297-9.

·      Eweje, G. (2020). Proactive Environmental and Social Strategies in a Small to Medium Sized Company: a case study of a Japanese SME. Business Strategy and the Environment. (in press). DOI: 10.1002/bse.2582

·      Eweje, G. (2020). Sustainability Discourse: Contemporary issues from Different Perspectives. Business Strategy and the Environment. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/bse.2583

·      Liu, S., Eweje, G., He, Q., & Lin, Z. (2020). Turning motivation into action: A strategic orientation model for green supply chain management. Business Strategy and the Environment, 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.2580

·      Chen, M. and Eweje, G. (2020). Establishing ethical Guanxi (interpersonal relationships) through Confucian virtues of Xinyong (trust), Lijie (empathy) and Ren (humanity), Corporate Governance– The International Journal of Business in Society, 20 (1), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1108/CG-01-2019-0015

·      Amoah, P., Eweje, G. & Bathurst, R. (2020). Understanding grand challenges in sustainability implementation within mining in developing countries. Social Business. 1-28. https://doi.org/10.1362/204440820X15813359568309

·      Amoah, P., Eweje, G. (2020). CSR in Ghana’s Gold Mining Sector: Assessing expectation and perception of performance within institutional and stakeholder lenses. Social Business. (in press)

·      Eweje, G., Sajjad, A., Shobod, N., & Kobayashi, K. (2020). Multi-stakeholder partnerships: a catalyst to achieve sustainable development goals. Marketing Intelligence and Planning Journal, DOI: 10.1108/MIP-04-2020-0135.

·      Shobod, N., Eweje, G., & Sajjad, A. (2020). The hidden side of sub-supplier firms’ sustainability – an empirical analysis. International Journal of Operations and Production Management, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOPM-05-2019-0403.

·      Latif, K.F., & Sajjad, A. (2020). Revising the relationship between corporate social responsibility and organizational performance: the mediating role of team outcomes. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/csr.1911.

·      Sajjad, A., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2020). Greening the supply chain: an empirical study. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 27(1), 42–62.

·      Sajjad, A., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2020). Managerial perspective on drivers for and barriers to sustainable supply chain management: evidence from New Zealand. Business Strategy and the Environment, 29(2), 592–604.

·      Zhao, C., Kang, Y., & Kennedy, J. C. (2019). Going global, fast or slow? Networking decisions for smaller firms. Journal of Business Strategy, 41(3), 11–19. https://doi.org/10.1108/JBS-01-2019-0010

·      Parker, J., Arrowsmith, J., Barney, A., Bone, K., Junaid, F., Port, Z., . . . Tappin, D. (2019). Eurofound Country Profile: Working life in New Zealand. Dublin, Ireland: Eurofound. Retrieved from https://www.eurofound.europa.eu/country/new-zealand

·      D'Souza, N., Catley, B., Tappin, D., & Forsyth, D. (2019). 'You live and breathe it⋯': Exploring experiences of workplace cyberbullying among New Zealand nurses. Journal of Management and Organization, 19 pages. doi:10.1017/jmo.2019.71

·      Forsyth, D., Tappin, D., & Port, Z. (2019). Barometric pressure. In Safeguard Magazine (September/October 2019 ed., Iss. 177). Retrieved from https://safeguard.co.nz/databases/modus/sgmag/sgmagazine/toc?tid=184773369

·      Bentley, T., Tappin, D., Blackwood, K., Bone, K., Forsyth, D., Gardner, D., . . . Ashby, L. (2019). The New Zealand Workplace Barometer: A report on findings from the 2018 survey of the New Zealand Workplace Barometer.

·      Green, N., Tappin, D., & Bentley, T. (2019). The impact of telehealth video-conferencing services on work systems in New Zealand: Perceptions of expert stakeholders. In Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing Vol. 818 (pp. 192-197). doi:10.1007/978-3-319-96098-2_25

·      Meyer, F., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2019). Past, Present and Future of the Workforce at the Chilean Forestry Sector from a Social and Ergonomics Perspective. In A. Thatcher, K. Zink, & K. Fischer (Eds.), Human Factors for Sustainability: Theoretical Perspectives and Global Applications. CRC Press.

·      Cuny-Guerrier, A., Savescu, A., & Tappin, D. (2019). Strategies to commit senior subcontractor managers in participatory ergonomics interventions.. Appl Ergon, 81, 102878. doi:10.1016/j.apergo.2019.102878

·      Chaudhry, M.S., Raziq, M.M., Saeed, A., Sajjad, A., & Borini, F.M. (2019). Management Styles in a Project Environment: evidence from the Software Industry in Oman, Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 40(5), 600–611.

·      Nath, S. D., Eweje, G., & Bathurst, R. (2019). The invisible side of managing sustainability in global supply chains: evidence from multitier apparel suppliers. Journal of Business Logistics, 1-26. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbl.12230

·      Sarvaiya H., Arrowsmith J., & Eweje G. (2019). Exploring HRM involvement in CSR: variation of Ulrich’s HR roles by organisational context. International Journal of Human Resource Management. https://doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2019.1660698

·      Berka, A.L. (2019). A review of the Support environment for Local and Community energy in New Zealand. Report commissioned by the New Zealand Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority.

·      Martin, D., Palakshappa, N., & Woodside, A. (2019). Consumer metaphoria: Uncovering the automaticity of animal, product/brand, and country meanings. Australasian Marketing Journal, 27(2), 113-125. doi:10.1016/j.ausmj.2018.08.001

·      Palakshappa, N., & Grant, S. (2018). Social enterprise push or corporate social responsibility pull?  The mainstreaming of fair trade. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing. doi:10.1002/nvsm.1625

·      Palakshappa, N., & Grant, S. (2018). Social enterprise and corporate social responsibility: Toward a deeper understanding of the links and overlaps. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 24(3), 606-625. doi:10.1108/IJEBR-05-2016-0131

·      Palakshappa, N., & Chatterji, M. (2018). Guest editorial. Social Responsibility Journal, 14(2), 249-254. doi:10.1108/SRJ-04-2018-0087

·      Berka, A. L., & Creamer, E. (2018, February 1). Taking stock of the local impacts of community owned renewable energy: A review and research agenda. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2017.10.050.

·      Berka, A. L. (2018). Community Renewable Energy in the UK: A Short History. In Handbuch Energiewende und Partizipation (pp. 1011–1035). Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-09416-4_59.

·      Kennedy, J. C. (2018). Forbearance of culturally inappropriate leadership behaviors: A conceptual model. Journal of Global Mobility: The Home of Expatriate Management Research, 6(1), 4–19. https://doi.org/10.1108/JGM-04-2017-0016

·      D'Souza, N., Forsyth, D., Tappin, D., & Catley, B. (2018). Conceptualizing workplace cyberbullying: Toward a definition for research and practice in nursing. J Nurs Manag, 26(7), 842-850. doi:10.1111/jonm.12614

·      Raziq, M.M., Ahmed, A.M., Ahmad, M., Yusaf, S., Sajjad, A., & Waheed, S. (2018). Advertising skepticism, need for cognition and consumers’ attitudes. Marketing Intelligence and Planning Journal, 36(6), 678–693.

·      Latif, K.F., & Sajjad, A. (2018). Measuring corporate social responsibility: a critical review of survey instruments. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 25(6), 1174–1197.

·      Sajjad, A., Jelani, A., & Raziq, M.M. (2018). Sustainability in the Pakistani hotel industry: an empirical study. Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society. 18(4), 714–725.

·      Marshall, B. R., Nguyen, H., Nguyen, N. H., and Visaltanachoti, N. (2018). “Politics and liquidity”. Journal of Financial Markets, Volume 38, 1-13. [ABDC Journal Rank: A*; SSCI]. Lead Article.

·      Nguyen, H., and Truong, C. (2018). “When are extreme daily returns not lottery? At earnings announcements!”. Journal of Financial Markets, Volume 41, 92-116 [ABDC Journal Rank: A*; SSCI].

·      Kazunori, K., Eweje, G, & Tappin, D. (2018). Employee wellbeing and human sustainability: Perspectives of managers in large Japanese corporations. Business Strategy and the Environment. 27 (7), 801-810. https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.2032

·      Nguyen, M., Bensemann, J., & Kelly, S. (2018). Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Vietnam: a conceptual framework. International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility, 3(1), 9. doi:10.1186/s40991-018-0032-5

·      Kazunori, K., Eweje, G, & Tappin, D. (2018). Employee wellbeing and human sustainability: Perspectives of managers in large Japanese corporations. Business Strategy and the Environment. 27 (7), 801-810. https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.2032

·      Sarvaiya, H., Eweje, G., Arrowsmith H. (2018). The roles of HRM in CSR: Strategic partnership or operational support? Journal of Business Ethics. 153 825-837. DOI:10.1007/s10551-016-3402-5 

 

Edited Book/ Book Chapters

·      Kobayashi K., & Eweje, G. (2021). Barriers to Gender Equality in Japan: Moving from myths to reality. In Eweje G., Nagano, S. (Eds) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Gender Equality in Japan: Historical and Current Perspectives. Springer, Cham (in press)

·      Kobayashi K. (2021). The Future of Gender Equality in Nippon: The role of business, government and society. In Eweje G., Nagano, S. (Eds) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Gender Equality in Japan: Historical and Current Perspectives. Springer, Cham (in press)

·      Ho, M.-H. R., Kennedy, J. C., Uy, M. A., & Chan, K. Y. (Eds.). (2020). Entrepreneurship–professionalism–leadership: A multidimensional framework for human capital and career development in the 21st century. Singapore: Springer Nature.

·      Kennedy, J. C., & Chan, K. Y. (2020). Entrepreneurship-professionalism-leadership as a framework for careers and human capital across levels of social organization. In M.-H. R. Ho, J. C. Kennedy, M. A. Uy, & K. Y. Chan (Eds.), Entrepreneurship–professionalism–leadership: A multidimensional framework for human capital and career development in the 21st century (pp. 15–34). Singapore: Springer Nature.

·      Kennedy, J. C., & Ho, R. M.-h. (2020). The influence of values on entrepreneurial, professional, and career motivations. In M.-H. R. Ho, J. C. Kennedy, M. A. Uy, & K. Y. Chan (Eds.), Entrepreneurship–professionalism–leadership: A multidimensional

·      Eweje, G., & Bathurst R. 2019: (Co-Editor) ‘Clean, Green & Responsible: Soundings from Down Under’. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

·      Chan, K. Y., Kennedy, J. C., & Ramaya, R. (2020). Entrepreneurship-professionalism-leadership as dimensions of career space: Career agency in the macro context of boundaryless careers. In R. M.-h. Ho, J. C. Kennedy, M. A. Uy, & K. Y. Chan (Eds.), Entrepreneurship-professionalism-leadership: A multidimensional framework for career and human capital development in the 21st century (pp. 3–13). Singapore: Springer Nature.

·      Kobayashi K., Nath S., Chen M.S., Malenga J. (2019). Decent Work and Economic Growth: Is NZ Business Progressing Well? In Eweje G., Bathurst R. (Eds) Clean, Green and Responsible? Soundings from down under. CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance. Springer, Cham.

·      Sajjad, A. (2019). Greening the supply chain: a framework for best practices. In G. Eweje, & R. Bathurst (Eds.), Clean, Green, & Responsible: Sounding from Down Under, (pp. 191-209). Springer. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-21436-4_11.

·      Chen, M., Eweje, G., & Kennedy, J. C. (2019). Managing tensions in sustainability in Chinese and New Zealand business partnerships: A conceptual perspective. In N. Capaldi, S. O. Idowu, R. Schmidpeter, & M. Brueckner (Eds.), Responsible business in uncertain times and for a sustainable future (pp. 145–168). Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature.

·      framework for human capital and career development in the 21st century (pp. 151–171). Singapore: Springer Nature.

·      Kobayashi, K., Nath, S., D., Chen, M. S., and Malenga, J. (2019, August). “Decent work and economic growth: Is NZ business progressing well?” In G. Eweje and R. Bathurst (Eds.), Clean, green & responsible? Soundings from down under. Cham, Swizerland: Springer.

·      Nath, S. D., Eweje, G., and Bathurst, R. (2019, June). “Why supply chain sustainability matters for developing countries’ apparel suppliers? An integrated framework.” In N. Capaldi, S. O. Idowu, R. Schmidpeter, and M. Brueckner (Eds.), Responsible business in uncertain times and for a sustainable future (pp. 187–206). Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

·      Eweje, G., & Bathurst R. (2019). Introduction - Clean, Green and Responsible? Soundings from Down Under: An Overview. In G. Eweje & R Bathurst (Eds.), Green and Responsible? Soundings from Down Under. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

·      Felipe, M., Apud, E., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2019). Past, Present and Future of the Workforce at the Chilean Forestry Sector from a Social and Ergonomics Perspective. In A. Thatcher, K. Zink, & K. Fischer (Eds.), Human Factors for Sustainability: Theoretical Perspectives and Global Applications. CRC Press.

·      Nath, S. D., Eweje, G., & Bathurst, R. (2019). Why Supply Chain Sustainability Matters for Developing Countries’ Apparel Suppliers? An Integrated Framework. In N. Capaldi, S. O. Idowu, R. Schmidpeter, & M. Brueckner (Eds.), Responsible business in uncertain times and for a sustainable future (pp. 187-206). Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

·      Chen, M. S., Eweje, G., & Kennedy, J. C. (2019). Managing tensions in sustainability in Chinese and New Zealand business partnerships: A conceptual perspective. In N. Capaldi, S. O. Idowu, R. Schmidpeter, & M. Brueckner (Eds.), Responsible business in uncertain times and for a sustainable future (pp. 145-168). Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

·      Sajjad, A, Eweje, G, & Wang, Y. (2018). Sustainability in a world of climate change: implications for HRM and ER. In J. Parker, & M. Baird (Eds.) The Big Issues in Employment: HR Management and Employment Relations in Australasia (2nd Edition): Wolters Kluwer (pp. 185-202), https://books.wolterskluwer.co.nz/items/1664ZS.

·      Blackwood, K., Bentley, T., Green, N., & Tappin, D. (2018). Changing Terrain: Flexible Forms of Working and their Meaning for Human Resource Management and Employment Relations. In J. Parker, & M. Baird (Eds.), Big Issues in Employment: HRM and Employment Relations in Australasia (Second ed.). CCH.

·      Eweje, G., Sajjad, A., & Sakaki, M. (2015). Corporate greening – a conceptual analysis. Annual book 2015 Sustainability and Strategy (pp. 95-117). Japan Forum of Business and Society.

·      Sajjad, A., & Eweje, G. (2014). Corporate social responsibility in Pakistan: current trends and future directions. Eweje, G (Ed), Corporate Social Responsibility: Emerging Trends in Developing Economies (pp. 163-190). Emerald. https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/S2043-905920140000008010/full/html.

Conferences

·      Nath, S.D. and Eweje, G. (2020, June). Inside the multi-tier supply firms: Exploring responses to institutional pressures and challenges for sustainable supply management. Proceedings of the 27th European Operations Management Association (EurOMA) conference (pp. 1075-1084), Warwick, United Kingdom. (Awarded Chris Voss Best Paper Award 2020).

·      Eweje, G., Sajjad, A. (2019, October). Business sustainability and the UN sustainable development goals in New Zealand: an empirical study. Presented at the 2019 third joint symposium between Massey University and Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. Guangzhou, China.

·      Eweje, G., Sajjad, A., Kobayashi, K., and Nath, S. D. (2019, April). Complexity, Synergism, and Dynamism: Achieving the SDGs through Meta-Governance and Stakeholder Engagement. 46th Academy of International Business (AIB) United Kingdom and Ireland (UKI) chapter conference, Brighton, UK.

·      Nath, S. D., Eweje, G., and Bathurst, R. (2019, March). The hidden side of integrating sustainability into global supply chains: Empirical evidence from Bangladeshi apparel sub-suppliers. Paper presented at the International Business Research Conference, Sydney, Australia.

·      Eweje, G., Sajjad, A., Kobayashi, K. and Nath, S. D., (2019, January). Collaborative Paradigm: Pursuing Sustainable Development Goals through Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships. Paper presented at the Tourism and the Sustainable Development Goals Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Palakshappa, N., & Venkateswar, S. (2019). Asset to zero waste: Innovation, science and technology for circular bioeconomics. Society for the Social Studies of Science Annual Meeting – Innovations, Interruptions, Regenerations, New Orleans 4-7 September

·      Keynote Speaker - May (17, 18, 21) 2018, Massey Business School Big Issues in Business event: The Rise in Responsible Business.  Auckland/Wellington/Palmerston North (keynote presentation on ‘The Rise in Responsible Business’). 

·      Eweje, G., Sajjad, A., Nath, S., & Kobayashi, K. (2018, December). Collaborative multi-stakeholder partnerships for sustainable development goals: a litmus test for business and global actors. Presented at the 2018 Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) Conference. Auckland, New Zealand

·      Eweje, G., & Mi, L. (2018, December). Do investors and employees value CSR oriented innovation? The role of CSR communication. Presented at the 2018 Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) Conference, Auckland New Zealand.

·      Nath, S. D., Eweje, G., & Bathurst, R. (2018, December). The Invisible Side of Embedding Sustainability into Global Supply Chains: Investigating Institutional Decoupling and Logics across Multi-tier Apparel Suppliers. Paper presented at the Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN), Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Nath, S. D., Eweje, G., & Bathurst, R. (2018, December). Challenges for Implementing Sustainable Supply Management: Evidence from Bangladeshi Multi-tier Apparel Suppliers. Paper presented at the Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Kobayashi, K., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2018, December). Corporate approach to human sustainability: Integrating human sustainability initiatives into CSR strategy in large Japanese companies. Paper presented at Australia & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Sajjad, A., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2018, September). Sustainable development in supply chain: a New Zealand empirical study. The 32nd British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference, Hosted by Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, UK.

·      Sajjad, A., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2018, September). Governing sustainability in supply chains: challenges and opportunities. The 32nd British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference, Hosted by Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, UK.

·      Chen, M. S., Eweje, G., & Kennedy, J. C. (2018). Discovering tensions in sustainability in Chinese and New Zealand business partnerships. Presented at the Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Kobayashi, K., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2018, December). What Constrains Human Sustainability Initiatives in Japan? Perspectives of managers in large companies. Paper presented at Annual Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Kobayashi, K., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D (2018, April). Employee wellbeing and human sustainability: Perspectives of managers in large Japanese corporations. Paper presented at Inaugural Research Meeting, The Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility Research Hub at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. Guangdong, China.

·      Sajjad, A. (2019, December). Contradictions in sustainable supply chain governance. Presented at the 2019 Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) Conference. RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.

·      Eweje, G., Sajjad, A. (2019, October). Business sustainability and the UN sustainable development goals in New Zealand: an empirical study. Presented at the 2019 third joint symposium between Massey University and Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. Guangzhou, China.

·      Eweje, G., Sajjad, A., Kobayashi, K., & Nath, S. (2019, April). Complexity, synergism, and dynamism: achieving the SDGs through meta-governance and stakeholder engagement, the 46th Academic of International Business (AIB) UK & Ireland Chapter Conference, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK.
·      Eweje, G., Sajjad, A., Nath, S., & Kobayashi, K. (2019, January). Collaborative paradigm: pursuing sustainable development goals through multi-stakeholder partnerships, Tourism and the SDGs Conference 2019, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Latif, K.F., Shaukat, B., & Sajjad, A. (2018, December). Linking sustainability to project success: moderating role of stakeholder engagement and team building. Presented at the 2018 Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) Conference. Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Eweje, G., Sajjad, A., Nath, S., & Kobayashi, K. (2018, December). Collaborative multi-stakeholder partnerships for sustainable development goals: a litmus test for business and global actors. Presented at the 2018 Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) Conference.

·      Shahbaz, W., & Sajjad, A. (2018, December). Mindfulness and sustainability: an occupational health and safety perspective. The 32nd annual Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Sajjad, A., & Wahab, S. (2018, December). Integrating mindfulness and social sustainability: a critical review. The 32nd annual Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Eweje, G., Sajjad, A., Nath, S., & Kobayashi, K. (2018, December). Maximizing the impact of MSPs for the SDGs: the role of stakeholder engagement and meta-governance. Second Joint Symposium organized by the Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility Research Hub, A collaboration between Massey University and Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Massey Business School.

·      Sajjad, A., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2018, September). Sustainable development in supply chain: a New Zealand empirical study. The 32nd British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference, Hosted by Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, UK.

·      Sajjad, A., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2018, September). Governing sustainability in supply chains: challenges and opportunities. The 32nd British Academy of Management (BAM) Conference, Hosted by Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, UK.

·      Palakshappa, N., & Dodds, S. (2018). Marketing and the co-creation of sustainability – harnessing the power of brands. In 8th Annual Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) Conference 2018. Massey University, Auckland.

·      Nath, S. D., Eweje, G., and Bathurst, R. (2018, December). The invisible side of embedding sustainability into global supply chains: Investigating institutional decoupling and logics across multi-tier apparel suppliers. Paper presented at the 8th Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) conference, Auckland, New Zealand. [Awarded Best Paper and the Jan Schapper Scholarship]

·      Nath, S. D., Eweje, G., and Bathurst, R. (2018, December). Challenges for implementing sustainable supply management: Evidence from Bangladeshi multi-tier apparel suppliers. Paper presented (interactive session) at the 32nd Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Eweje, G., Sajjad, A., Nath, S. D., and Kobayashi, K. (2018, December). Collaborative Multi-stakeholder Partnerships for Sustainable Development Goals: A litmus Test for Business and Global Actors. Paper presented at the Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN), Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Kobayashi, K., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2018, December). Corporate approach to human sustainability: Integrating human sustainability initiatives into CSR strategy in large Japanese companies. Paper presented at Australia & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Kobayashi, K., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2018, December). What constrains human sustainability initiatives in Japan? Perspectives of managers in large companies. Paper presented at Annual Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

·      Bentley, T., Tappin, D., Catley, B., Forsyth, D., Blackwood, K., Gardner, D., . . . D'Souza, N. (2018). The New Zealand Workplace Barometer: Monitoring psychosocial risks and impacts on individual and organisational outcomes. In IEA 2018 - 20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association. Florence, Italy.

·      Tappin, D. (2018, August 26). Starting Different Conversations: Drivers to Reduce Musculoskeletal Disorder Risk Factors. In IEA 2018 - 20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association. Florence, Italy.

·      Tappin, D., Forsyth, D., Port, Z., & Bentley, T. (2018). The development of a qualitative tool to measure psychosocial safety culture ñ a case study within a transport fuel distribution company. In IEA 2018 - 20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association. Florence, Italy.

·      D'Souza, N., Forsyth, D., Tappin, D., & Catley, B. (2018). Exploring workplace cyberbullying among New Zealand nurses. In Better Understanding of Workplace Bullying and Harassment in a Changing World. IAWBH Conference, Bordeaux, France.

Seminars & Workshops

Contact

For enquiries regarding the Sustainability & Corporate Social Responsibility research group, please contact Associate Professor Gabriel Eweje: G.Eweje@massey.ac.nz