Research - Articles

Elsevier,

Human Resource Management Review, Volume 26, Issue 3, 2016, Pages 181-197.

The article furthers SDG 17 by providing a systematic review of research linking corporate social responsibility (CSR) and human resource management (HRM). It proposes a political view on CSR–HRM as the perspective most suitable to address challenges for a socially conscious HRM.
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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,

Journal of Business Venturing, Volume 34, Issue 1, 2019, Pages 197-214.

In this paper, the authors review the existing literature on entrepreneurship and poverty alleviation with a focus on poverty in developing and emerging economies. This review covers over 200 articles and 77 journals over a 28-year period and supports SDGs 1, 8 and 10.
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,

The Leadership Quarterly, Volume 30, Issue 5, 2019, 101297

Norway was the first of ten countries to legislate gender quotas for boards of publicly traded firms. There is considerable debate and mixed evidence concerning the implications of female board representation. In this paper, the researchers explain the main sources of biases in the existing literature on the effects of women directors on firm performance and review methods to account for these biases. This addresses SDGs 5 and 8.
Elsevier,

Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, Volume 161, 2020, 107996.

The authors of this meta-analysis assessed the usefulness of multidisciplinary care teams (MCTs) in reducing amputation rates in adults with diabetes. They found that after implementing an MCT amputation prevention program, healthcare systems experience a very significant reduction in amputations. The study furthers SDG 3 (Good health and well-being) by illustratating the effectiveness of investing in an MCT prevention program in terms of ‘possible limbs saved’.
Elsevier,

Journal of Clinical & Translational Endocrinology, Vol 15, 2019, pages 70-75.

The KiDS project is a new collaboration designed to inform and teach staff, children and parents about diabetes management. Following trials in Brazil and India, the project has increased knowledge about diabetes, reflected through healthier food choices and support for physical activities at school. This supports SDG's 3, 4 and 10.
Elsevier,

Metabolism, Vol 101, 2019, 153988

A systematic review to investigate the effects of lifestyle interventions on health outcomes for people with metabolic syndrome. The results indicate that Health services should consider implementing lifestyle-intervention programs for people with metabolic syndrome to improve outcomes and prevent progression to chronic disease supporting SDGs 3 and 4.

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