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Books

Spitzeck, H., Pirson, M., Amann, W., Khan, S. andvon Kimakowitz, E. (Eds.) (2009), Humanism in Business - Perspectiveson Responsible Business in Society, Cambridge University Press,Cambridge.

Weis M.and Spitzeck H. (eds.) (2008): Der Geldkomplex - Kritische Reflexion unseres Geld systems und mögliche Zukunftsszenarien, Haupt, Bern. Containing chapters byHans-Christoph Binswanger, Prabhu Guptara, Bernard Lietaer and others. [The money complex – Critical reflexions on our monetary system and potentional scenarios for the future]

SpitzeckH. (2008): Moralische Organisationsentwicklung, Haupt, Bern. [Moral Organizational Development – What do corporations learn from NGO critique?]

 

Book Chapters

Amaeshi, K. (2008): “Commercialisation of Innovation and Institutional Trust” (with Prof. Harry Scarbrough, Warwick Business School), published in an Oxford University Press book  - Evolution of Business Knowledge

 Scarbrough, H. and Amaeshi, K. (2008). Knowledge Governance for Networked Innovation: Evidence from an EU R&D Collaboration. In: S. Michailova and N. J. Foss (Eds.) Knowledge Governance: Multi-disciplinary Perspectives,Oxford: Oxford University Press

Von Kimakowitz, E., Pirson, M., Spitzeck, H., Amann, W.and Khan, S. (2009): Concluding observations, in: Spitzeck H., Pirson M., AmannW., Khan S. and v. Kimakowitz E. (eds.): Humanism in Business – Perspectives on the development of responsible business in society, Cambridge University Press,Cambridge.

Pirson, M., Von Kimakowitz, E., Spitzeck, H., Amann, W.and Khan, S. (2009): Introduction – Humanism in Business, in: Spitzeck H.,Pirson M., Amann W., Khan S. and v. Kimakowitz E. (eds.): Humanism in Business– Perspectives on the development of responsible business in society, CambridgeUniversity Press, Cambridge.

 

Journal Publications

Amaeshi, K. (2011). “From philanthropy to sustainability: internationalfinancial institutions, CSR discourse and lessons for discursive change indeveloping economies.” Journal of ChangeManagement (forthcoming)

  Amaeshi, K. (2010). Differentmarkets for different folks: exploring the challenges of mainstreamingresponsible investment practices, Journalof Business Ethics, 92(1):41-56

 Ezeoha, A. E. and Amaeshi, K. (2010). “Banking System Development, SmallBusinesses and Minority Lending in Nigeria.”International Journal of FinancialServices Management, 4(4):281-297

Grayson, D. (2010), "Corporate Responsibility and the Media", Economics, Management and Financial Markets, Vol. 5 (3), 2010, pp158-191

Spitzeck,H. (2009), "The development of governance structures for corporate responsibility", Corporate Governance, Vol. 9 No. 4, pp.495-505.

Spitzeck,H. (2009), "Organizational Moral Learning: What, if anything, docorporations learn from NGO critique?" Journal of Business Ethics, Vol.88 No. 1, pp. 157-173.

Amao, O.and Amaeshi, K. (2008). Galvanising Shareholder Activism: A Prerequisite forEffective Corporate Governance and Accountability in Nigeria. Journal of Business Ethics, 82 (1):119-130

Brown R.and Grayson D. (2008): innocent: Values and Value, in: Journal of Business Ethics Education 5 (1): 115-136.

Amaeshi,K., Osuji, O. K. and Nnodim, P. (2008). Corporate Social Responsibility in Supply Chains of Global Brands: A Boundaryless Responsibility? Clarifications, Exceptions and Implications. Journal of Business Ethics,81(1):223-234

Jackson T., Amaeshi K. and Yavuz S. (2008): Untangling African indigenous management: Multiple influences on the success of SMEs in Kenya, in: Journal of World Business 43(4): 400-416.

Special Edition of Journal of Business Ethics Education (JBEE) 2008 Brown, Robert & Grayson, David (2008) - innocent: Values and Value

 

  

Conference Papers

Amaeshi, K., "Rethinking the link between Corporate Responsibility and Financial Performance: a tale of strange bedfellows" was accepted for the second annual conference of the UNPRI Academic Network which took place in Ottawa, Canada in collaboration with The Carleton Centre for Community Innovation.  Click here for a free download.

Spitzeck H. and Hansen E. (2009): Stakeholder Governance - How do stakeholders influence board decision-making?, abstract accepted at the EABIS colloquium, Barcelona, Spain, September 2009.

Spitzeck H. (2009): Spies for Responsible Business – The Case of Anonymous Whistleblowers, paper accepted at the British Academy of Management Conference, Brighton, UK, September 2009.

Bennecke M. and Spitzeck H.(2009): Social Intrapreneurship, paper accepted at the EBEN Annual Conference,Athens, Greece, September 2009.

 Spitzeck H. (2009): The EvilNGO – Good Intentions Gone Wrong, paper accepted at the EBEN Annual Conference, Athens, Greece,September 2009.

 Spitzeck H. (2009): The Caseof the Anonymous Whistle-blowers: Spies for Responsible Business, paperaccepted at the Society of Business Ethics Annual Conference, Chicago,U.S.,August 2009

 Spitzeck H. (2009): Compass or Cube? A heuristic for leading responsibly in the age of globality, abstractaccepted at the Ashridge International Research Conference, Ashridge UK, May2009.

 Spitzeck H. and Dierksmeier C.(2009): Crisis and Philosophy – How the underlying philosophy impacts theperception and resolution of a crisis, abstract accepted at the Philosophy of Management Conference, St. Anne’s College Oxford University, July 2009.

 Spitzeck H. (2009):Marks & Spencer Plan A, paper accepted at the „Business as an Agent of World Benefit“ conference in Cleveland U.S., Oct. 2009.

 Spitzeck H. (2009):Terra Cycle, paper accepted at the "Business as an Agent of World Benefit“conference in Cleveland U.S., Oct. 2009. 

AmaeshiK. (2008): Are corporate stakeholder salience patterns institutionally embedded?Evidence from UK and Germany, paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim California, 12. August 2008.   

AmaeshiK. and Amao O. (2008): Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in TransnationalSpaces: An Institutionalist Deconstruction, paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim California, 11. August 2008.   

Scarbrough H., Amaeshi K., Briggs A. and CarlileP.R. (2008): ‘It’s not personal...’ : The role of trust in investordecision-making on early-stage technology, paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim California, 11. August 2008.

Amaeshi,K. & Grayson, D. 2008, 'Count me out: The challenges of environmental,social and governance risks in making investment decisions', in EABIS 2008 Colloquium: Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability, Cranfield.

Amaeshi,K. (2008). Institutional Embeddedness of Corporate Social Accounts: Evidencefrom Liberal and Coordinated Market Economies. Presented at a workshop onVarieties of Capitalism and Corporate Social Responsibility, at theInternational Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ICCSR), NottinghamUniversity Business School, University of Nottingham, England (July 4, 2008)

Amaeshi,K. (2008). “Who cares wins”: IFC and promotion of sustainable project finance ideals – any implications for CSR discourse? PhD Workshop of the Annual WorldBank Conference on Development Economics, Cape Town, South Africa, June 7-11,2008

Amaeshi,K. (2008). Neither National Boundaries nor Transnational Social Spaces:Accounting for Variations in Valuation of ESG Risks in Varieties of Capitalism.Presented at a workshop on Financial Markets and Environmental Governance, atthe Oxford University Centre for the Environment (May 29, 2008)http://www.geog.ox.ac.uk/news/events/080529/amaeshi_figueira_presentation.pdf

Amaeshi, K. (2008). Visual analysis of social accounts: a strategy for discerning corporate stakeholder salience patterns. Presented at the Oxford, Cambridge, Warwick joint PhD Workshop (March, 2008)

Spitzeck H. (2008): Moral Organizational Development, paper presented at the EBEN Annual Conference in Turkey, Oct.2008.

Spitzeck H., Krishnan A., Grayson D. (2008): The Development of Governance Structuresfor Corporate Responsibility, paper presented at EBEN Annual Conference in Turkey, Oct. 2008.

Spitzeck H. (2008): Moral Organizational Development, paper presented at a PDW at the Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim California, 8. August 2008.

Spitzeck H. (2008): Moral Organisation Development- What, if anything, do corporationslearn from NGO critique, paper presented at the EABIS Colloquium, Cranfield University, 12. September 2008.

Spitzeck H., Krishnan A., Grayson D. (2008): The Development of Governance Structures for Corporate Responsibility, paper presented at the EABIS Colloquium,Cranfield University, 12. September 2008.

Spitzeck H., Krishnan A., Grayson D. (2008): The Development of Governance Structures for Corporate Responsibility, paperpresented at the 3rd International CSR-Conference on "Corporate Responsibility and Governance", Humboldt University Berlin, 9. October2008

 

 

Working Papers

Amaeshi,K. (2009) "Is corporate responsibility not anti-profit?  What we still gloss over about CSR in Nigeria"

http://www.martinoluba.com/publications/articles/what%20CSR%20is%20not.pdf

 

Amaeshi, K. (2008). Neither national boundaries nor transnational social spaces: Accounting for variations of CSR practices invarieties of capitalism, Centre for the Study of Globalisationand Regionalisation (CSGR)Working Paper Series, University of Warwick http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/csgr/research/workingpapers/2008/24608.pdf

Amaeshi,K. and O. Amao (2008). Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Transnational Spaces: An Institutionalist Deconstruction of MNCs’ CSR Practices in the Nigerian Oil and Gas Sector. Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation (CSGR) Working Paper Series, Universityof Warwick. http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/csgr/research/workingpapers/2008/24808.pdf

Amaeshi,K., Ezeoha, A. E., Adi, B. and Nwafor, M. (2008) Financial Exclusion andStrategic Corporate Social Responsibility: A missing link in sustainablefinance discourse? ICCSR Research Paper Series - ISSN1479-5124 http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/business/ICCSR/research.php?action=single&id=30

Spitzeck H. andWeis M. (2009): Bis zur nächsten Krise? [Until the next crisis?] in:Nachhaltigkeit.org – Forum für nachhaltige Wirtschaft und Politik. Available at:http://www.nachhaltigkeit.org/mensch-gesellschaft/beitrage/bis-zur-naechsten-krise?

 

Case Studies

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Marks & Spencer

 

 

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