Elsevier,

Sport Management Review, Volume 22, Issue 4, 2019, Pages 540-552

For the purpose of this study, innovation is defined as the implementation of new or improved ways of promoting social change. The researchers draw primarily on the social innovation literature given the nature of sport for development and peace (SDP), with a clear emphasis on innovations related to social change and how these SDP entities utilize sport-based initiatives to help address broader development goals. This relates to SDGs 3, 16 and 17.
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Business Horizons, Volume 59, Issue 5, 2016, Pages 525-532.

This article explains why peace through commerce is a topic worthy of study and sets out an empirical approach to operationalise it. Furthering SDGs 1, 12 and 16, it demonstrates how some businesses have already begun to move towards advancing peace and details how businesses could follow suit in the future.
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Journal of World Business, Volume 53, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 177-193.

This paper furthers SDG 16 by investigating the association between the Big 4 accountancy firms and the extent to which multinational enterprises build, manage and maintain their networks of tax haven subsidiaries.
Elsevier,

The Leadership Quarterly, Volume 29, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 443-456.

When a subordinate is subjected to abusive supervision such as public ridicule, yelling, scapegoating, or other forms of supervisor mistreatment, a natural response for the subordinate is to directly retaliate against the abusive supervisor. Although retaliation is dysfunctional and should be discouraged, the researchers examine the potential functional role retaliation plays in terms of alleviating the negative consequences of abusive supervision on subordinate justice perceptions. This article contributes to SDGs 3 and 16.
Elsevier,

Women's Studies International Forum, Volume 79, 2020

Iranian women are at the forefront when it comes to breaking down the boundaries and taboos, changing collective social capital.
Elsevier,

International Journal of Educational Research, Volume 102, 2020

Winner of the Elsevier Atlas Award in June 2020, this article advances SDG 16 by reconsidering existing approaches to peace education from the perspective of communities affected by high levels of violence.
Elsevier,

World Development, Volume 127, 2020,104770, ISSN 0305-750X, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2019.104770.

This special issue of World Development is part of the SDG Perspectives Series, a collaborative, interdisciplinary endeavour whose aim is to interrogate the gap between academic and policy discourses underpinning the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. The articles offer rich overviews on key goals, and provide examples, research evidence, and empirical data that illustrate important challenges and new lines of enquiry. By narrowing down the discussion on specific aspects of the SDGs that deserve particular attention, the special issue offers a nuanced perspective on the potential and limitations of the 2030 Agenda.
Elsevier,

The Lancet Global Health, Volume 7, Issue 12, December 2019, Pages e1622-e1631

This article addresses SDGs 3 and 16 by documenting the increased maternal mortality among women of childbearing age living near areas of armed conflicts in Africa. Although many deaths in women and children occur as a result of the violence itself, this study highlights that the increased mortality risk in women of childbearing age is largely due to poor or destroyed health infrastructure.
Elsevier,

World Development, Volume 126, 2020, 104706, ISSN 0305-750X

This paper contributes to the debate on the agency of the South in shaping global norms by focusing on the adoption of sustainable development as the consensus framework for the SDGs. Based on documentary and archival research, interviews with stakeholders, and direct participant observation of the SDG negotiations and consultations, the paper chronicles the ideas originating from the South in the emergence and subsequent evolution of the sustainable development concept and the adoption of the SDG.
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One Earth Perspective, Volume 1, ISSUE 2, P202-215, October 25, 2019

This article addresses goals 16, 12, and 15 by discussing the Initiative for the Integration of the Regional Infrastructure of South America, or IIRSA, and presenting results of a projection analysis showing that IIRSA could push the Amazonian forest past a “tipping point,” degrading biodiversity, reducing carbon storage, and harming continental agriculture.

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