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Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., (2022), Addressing the complexities in implementing SDGs in international business, Progress in International Business Research (PIBR), forthcoming
The current chapter investigates the tensions inherent in the SDGs implementations by MNEs and how paradox theory can provide IB literature with an important theoretical lens to analyze and study these contradictions
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., (2022), Addressing the complexities in implementing SDGs in international business, Progress in International Business Research (PIBR), forthcoming
The current chapter investigates the tensions inherent in the SDGs implementations by MNEs and how paradox theory can provide IB literature with an important theoretical lens to analyze and study these contradictions
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., (2022), Addressing the complexities in implementing SDGs in international business, Progress in International Business Research (PIBR), forthcoming
The current chapter investigates the tensions inherent in the SDGs implementations by MNEs and how paradox theory can provide IB literature with an important theoretical lens to analyze and study these contradictions
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., (2022), Addressing the complexities in implementing SDGs in international business, Progress in International Business Research (PIBR), forthcoming
The current chapter investigates the tensions inherent in the SDGs implementations by MNEs and how paradox theory can provide IB literature with an important theoretical lens to analyze and study these contradictions
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., (2022), Nuovi Territori per la Sostenibilità (New Territories for Sustainability), Economia e Società Regionale
This paper reflects on the centrality of territories to understanding climate challenges and developing effective responses. The environmental crises are global emergencies on a local scale because they have specific territorial consequences. Choosing sustainability will require reshaping territories in terms of geographical boundaries – e.g., ecosystems, natural realities, etc. – and actors’ boundaries – e.g., […]
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., (2022), Nuovi Territori per la Sostenibilità (New Territories for Sustainability), Economia e Società Regionale
This paper reflects on the centrality of territories to understanding climate challenges and developing effective responses. The environmental crises are global emergencies on a local scale because they have specific territorial consequences. Choosing sustainability will require reshaping territories in terms of geographical boundaries – e.g., ecosystems, natural realities, etc. – and actors’ boundaries – e.g., […]
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., (2022), Nuovi Territori per la Sostenibilità (New Territories for Sustainability), Economia e Società Regionale
This paper reflects on the centrality of territories to understanding climate challenges and developing effective responses. The environmental crises are global emergencies on a local scale because they have specific territorial consequences. Choosing sustainability will require reshaping territories in terms of geographical boundaries – e.g., ecosystems, natural realities, etc. – and actors’ boundaries – e.g., […]
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., (2022), Nuovi Territori per la Sostenibilità (New Territories for Sustainability), Economia e Società Regionale
This paper reflects on the centrality of territories to understanding climate challenges and developing effective responses. The environmental crises are global emergencies on a local scale because they have specific territorial consequences. Choosing sustainability will require reshaping territories in terms of geographical boundaries – e.g., ecosystems, natural realities, etc. – and actors’ boundaries – e.g., […]
Carmine S., Sharma G., Keller J., Pradies C., Communal theorizing: a relational way of doing research
This papers aim at reflecting on the methodological approach adopted by paradox theory scholars in reflecting on paradox approaches to examining the COVID-19 pandemic and how the COVID-19 pandemic informs paradox theory. A process based on a relational ontology has been implemented in order to provide a common perspective over a phenomenon Target Journal: Organizational […]
Carmine S., Sharma G., Keller J., Pradies C., Communal theorizing: a relational way of doing research
This papers aim at reflecting on the methodological approach adopted by paradox theory scholars in reflecting on paradox approaches to examining the COVID-19 pandemic and how the COVID-19 pandemic informs paradox theory. A process based on a relational ontology has been implemented in order to provide a common perspective over a phenomenon Target Journal: Organizational […]
Carmine S., Sharma G., Keller J., Pradies C., Communal theorizing: a relational way of doing research
This papers aim at reflecting on the methodological approach adopted by paradox theory scholars in reflecting on paradox approaches to examining the COVID-19 pandemic and how the COVID-19 pandemic informs paradox theory. A process based on a relational ontology has been implemented in order to provide a common perspective over a phenomenon Target Journal: Organizational […]
Carmine S., Sharma G., Keller J., Pradies C., Communal theorizing: a relational way of doing research
This papers aim at reflecting on the methodological approach adopted by paradox theory scholars in reflecting on paradox approaches to examining the COVID-19 pandemic and how the COVID-19 pandemic informs paradox theory. A process based on a relational ontology has been implemented in order to provide a common perspective over a phenomenon Target Journal: Organizational […]
Carmine S. & Ciambotti G., Paradoxical by Vocation. How Organizations Implement a Paradoxical Frame
In this study we investigate how hybrid organizations can embed a paradoxical frame as collective mindset in order to manage conflicting logics. We study hybrid organizations in which the paradoxical frame is, primarily, the frame of the organization rather than the personal approach: the Benedictine monasteries. Target Journal: Organization Studies 
Carmine S. & Ciambotti G., Paradoxical by Vocation. How Organizations Implement a Paradoxical Frame
In this study we investigate how hybrid organizations can embed a paradoxical frame as collective mindset in order to manage conflicting logics. We study hybrid organizations in which the paradoxical frame is, primarily, the frame of the organization rather than the personal approach: the Benedictine monasteries. Target Journal: Organization Studies 
Carmine S. & Ciambotti G., Paradoxical by Vocation. How Organizations Implement a Paradoxical Frame
In this study we investigate how hybrid organizations can embed a paradoxical frame as collective mindset in order to manage conflicting logics. We study hybrid organizations in which the paradoxical frame is, primarily, the frame of the organization rather than the personal approach: the Benedictine monasteries. Target Journal: Organization Studies 
Carmine S. & Ciambotti G., Paradoxical by Vocation. How Organizations Implement a Paradoxical Frame
In this study we investigate how hybrid organizations can embed a paradoxical frame as collective mindset in order to manage conflicting logics. We study hybrid organizations in which the paradoxical frame is, primarily, the frame of the organization rather than the personal approach: the Benedictine monasteries. Target Journal: Organization Studies 
Carmine S. & De Marchi V., Paradoxical Paths: Configuring Willingness and Ability for a Paradoxical Approach to Corporate Sustainability
This study aims at exploring how internal factors combine to lead companies to adopt a comprehensive perspective in approaching competing demands in their sustainability efforts. We investigates configurations associated with developing an elevated organizational paradox approach in corporate sustainability by the mean fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA) analysis. Four paradoxical paths has emerged from our […]
Carmine S. & De Marchi V., Paradoxical Paths: Configuring Willingness and Ability for a Paradoxical Approach to Corporate Sustainability
This study aims at exploring how internal factors combine to lead companies to adopt a comprehensive perspective in approaching competing demands in their sustainability efforts. We investigates configurations associated with developing an elevated organizational paradox approach in corporate sustainability by the mean fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA) analysis. Four paradoxical paths has emerged from our […]
Carmine S. & De Marchi V., Paradoxical Paths: Configuring Willingness and Ability for a Paradoxical Approach to Corporate Sustainability
This study aims at exploring how internal factors combine to lead companies to adopt a comprehensive perspective in approaching competing demands in their sustainability efforts. We investigates configurations associated with developing an elevated organizational paradox approach in corporate sustainability by the mean fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA) analysis. Four paradoxical paths has emerged from our […]
Carmine S. & De Marchi V., Paradoxical Paths: Configuring Willingness and Ability for a Paradoxical Approach to Corporate Sustainability
This study aims at exploring how internal factors combine to lead companies to adopt a comprehensive perspective in approaching competing demands in their sustainability efforts. We investigates configurations associated with developing an elevated organizational paradox approach in corporate sustainability by the mean fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA) analysis. Four paradoxical paths has emerged from our […]

WORKING PAPERS

Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., (2022), Addressing the complexities in implementing SDGs in international business, Progress in International Business Research (PIBR), forthcoming
The current chapter investigates the tensions inherent in the SDGs implementations by MNEs and how paradox theory can provide IB literature with an important theoretical lens to analyze and study these contradictions
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., (2022), Nuovi Territori per la Sostenibilità (New Territories for Sustainability), Economia e Società Regionale
This paper reflects on the centrality of territories to understanding climate challenges and developing effective responses. The environmental crises are global emergencies on a local scale because they have specific territorial consequences. Choosing sustainability will require reshaping territories in terms of geographical boundaries – e.g., ecosystems, natural realities, etc. – and actors’ boundaries – e.g., […]
Carmine S., Sharma G., Keller J., Pradies C., Communal theorizing: a relational way of doing research
This papers aim at reflecting on the methodological approach adopted by paradox theory scholars in reflecting on paradox approaches to examining the COVID-19 pandemic and how the COVID-19 pandemic informs paradox theory. A process based on a relational ontology has been implemented in order to provide a common perspective over a phenomenon Target Journal: Organizational […]
Carmine S. & Ciambotti G., Paradoxical by Vocation. How Organizations Implement a Paradoxical Frame
In this study we investigate how hybrid organizations can embed a paradoxical frame as collective mindset in order to manage conflicting logics. We study hybrid organizations in which the paradoxical frame is, primarily, the frame of the organization rather than the personal approach: the Benedictine monasteries. Target Journal: Organization Studies 
Carmine S. & De Marchi V., Paradoxical Paths: Configuring Willingness and Ability for a Paradoxical Approach to Corporate Sustainability
This study aims at exploring how internal factors combine to lead companies to adopt a comprehensive perspective in approaching competing demands in their sustainability efforts. We investigates configurations associated with developing an elevated organizational paradox approach in corporate sustainability by the mean fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA) analysis. Four paradoxical paths has emerged from our […]
Baudoin L., Carmine S., van den Broek O. M., Nava L., Poggioli N., Sustainability as A Distinct Field In Management Studies
Revise & Resubmit Journal of Management Studies – JMS Says As Early career sustainability scholars, we propose that recognizing sustainability as a distinct – but not isolated – field within management will support the interactions among social and natural sciences and so will foster theory development and research relevance to practice. We discuss the role […]

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Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., (2022), Addressing the complexities in implementing SDGs in international business, Progress in International Business Research (PIBR), forthcoming
The current chapter investigates the tensions inherent in the SDGs implementations by MNEs and how paradox theory can provide IB literature with an important theoretical lens to analyze and study these contradictions
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., (2022), Nuovi Territori per la Sostenibilità (New Territories for Sustainability), Economia e Società Regionale
This paper reflects on the centrality of territories to understanding climate challenges and developing effective responses. The environmental crises are global emergencies on a local scale because they have specific territorial consequences. Choosing sustainability will require reshaping territories in terms of geographical boundaries – e.g., ecosystems, natural realities, etc. – and actors’ boundaries – e.g., […]
Carmine S., Sharma G., Keller J., Pradies C., Communal theorizing: a relational way of doing research
This papers aim at reflecting on the methodological approach adopted by paradox theory scholars in reflecting on paradox approaches to examining the COVID-19 pandemic and how the COVID-19 pandemic informs paradox theory. A process based on a relational ontology has been implemented in order to provide a common perspective over a phenomenon Target Journal: Organizational […]
Carmine S. & Ciambotti G., Paradoxical by Vocation. How Organizations Implement a Paradoxical Frame
In this study we investigate how hybrid organizations can embed a paradoxical frame as collective mindset in order to manage conflicting logics. We study hybrid organizations in which the paradoxical frame is, primarily, the frame of the organization rather than the personal approach: the Benedictine monasteries. Target Journal: Organization Studies 
Carmine S. & De Marchi V., Paradoxical Paths: Configuring Willingness and Ability for a Paradoxical Approach to Corporate Sustainability
This study aims at exploring how internal factors combine to lead companies to adopt a comprehensive perspective in approaching competing demands in their sustainability efforts. We investigates configurations associated with developing an elevated organizational paradox approach in corporate sustainability by the mean fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA) analysis. Four paradoxical paths has emerged from our […]
Baudoin L., Carmine S., van den Broek O. M., Nava L., Poggioli N., Sustainability as A Distinct Field In Management Studies
Revise & Resubmit Journal of Management Studies – JMS Says As Early career sustainability scholars, we propose that recognizing sustainability as a distinct – but not isolated – field within management will support the interactions among social and natural sciences and so will foster theory development and research relevance to practice. We discuss the role […]