Judith Schrempf-Stirling
Judith Schrempf-Stirling
Associate Professor of Responsible Management, University of Geneva
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Historic corporate social responsibility
J Schrempf-Stirling, G Palazzo, RA Phillips
Academy of Management Review 41 (4), 700-719, 2016
Upstream corporate social responsibility: The evolution from contract responsibility to full producer responsibility
J Schrempf-Stirling, G Palazzo
Business & Society 55 (4), 491-527, 2016
Beyond guilty verdicts: Human rights litigation and its impact on corporations’ human rights policies
J Schrempf-Stirling, F Wettstein
Journal of Business Ethics 145, 545-562, 2017
A social connection approach to corporate responsibility: The case of the fast-food industry and obesity
J Schrempf
Business & Society 53 (2), 300-332, 2014
State power: Rethinking the role of the state in political corporate social responsibility
J Schrempf-Stirling
Journal of Business Ethics 150, 1-14, 2018
The past, history, and corporate social responsibility
R Phillips, J Schrempf-Stirling, C Stutz
Journal of Business Ethics 166 (2), 203-213, 2020
Business and human trafficking: A social connection and political responsibility model
HJ Van Buren III, J Schrempf-Stirling, M Westermann-Behaylo
Business & Society 60 (2), 341-375, 2021
The delimitation of corporate social responsibility: Upstream, downstream, and historic CSR
J Schrempf
Business & Society 51 (4), 690-707, 2012
Business and human rights scholarship in social issues in management: An analytical review
J Schrempf-Stirling, HJ Van Buren
Business and Human Rights Journal 5 (1), 28-55, 2020
Entrepreneurial opportunities as responsibility
DA Bosse, JS Harrison, JM Pollack, J Schrempf-Stirling
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 47 (1), 3-16, 2023
Human rights: A promising perspective for Business & Society
J Schrempf-Stirling, HJ Van Buren III, F Wettstein
Business & Society 61 (5), 1282-1321, 2022
Nokia Siemens networks: Just doing business–or supporting an oppressive regime?
J Schrempf
Journal of Business Ethics 103 (1), 95-110, 2011
Anticipating, preventing, and surviving secondary boycotts
J Schrempf-Stirling, DA Bosse, JS Harrison
Business Horizons 56 (5), 573-582, 2013
Using the past responsibly: what responsible managers and management academics can learn from historians professional ethics
C Stutz, J Schrempf-Stirling
Research handbook of responsible management, 745-758, 2020
Fit for addressing grand challenges? A process model for effective accountability relationships within multi‐stakeholder initiatives in developing countries
E Hennchen, J Schrempf‐Stirling
Business Ethics, the Environment & Responsibility 30, 5-24, 2021
Roche’s clinical trials with organs from prisoners: Does profit trump morals?
J Schrempf-Stirling
Journal of business ethics 121, 315-328, 2014
Ever expanding responsibilities: Upstream and downstream corporate social responsibility
J Schrempf-Stirling, G Palazzo, RA Phillips
Sustainable value chain management, 353-368, 2016
Bringing human rights together with management studies: Themes, opportunities, and challenges
J Schrempf-Stirling, HJ Van Buren
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 16791, 2017
Young’s social connection model and corporate responsibility
R Phillips, J Schrempf-Stirling
Philosophy of Management 21 (3), 315-336, 2022
Beyond structural injustice: Pursuing justice for workers in post‐pandemic global value chains
HJ Van Buren III, J Schrempf‐Stirling
Business Ethics, the Environment & Responsibility 31 (4), 969-980, 2022
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