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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Carmine, S., De Marchi, V., Di Maria, E., The Tetris of Sustainability. Business model integrations and sustainability outcomes in hybrid organizations
In this study, we investigate the combinations of different SBMs and their impact on sustainability performance, focusing our analysis on B Corporations, emerging hybrid organizations. We collected data regarding sustainability performance and SBMs adopted by B Corps in Italy, Spain, and UK. Then, we apply cluster analysis to examine the possible combinations of SBMs that […]
Carmine, S., De Marchi, V., Di Maria, E., The Tetris of Sustainability. Business model integrations and sustainability outcomes in hybrid organizations
In this study, we investigate the combinations of different SBMs and their impact on sustainability performance, focusing our analysis on B Corporations, emerging hybrid organizations. We collected data regarding sustainability performance and SBMs adopted by B Corps in Italy, Spain, and UK. Then, we apply cluster analysis to examine the possible combinations of SBMs that […]
Carmine, S., De Marchi, V., Di Maria, E., The Tetris of Sustainability. Business model integrations and sustainability outcomes in hybrid organizations
In this study, we investigate the combinations of different SBMs and their impact on sustainability performance, focusing our analysis on B Corporations, emerging hybrid organizations. We collected data regarding sustainability performance and SBMs adopted by B Corps in Italy, Spain, and UK. Then, we apply cluster analysis to examine the possible combinations of SBMs that […]
Carmine, S., De Marchi, V., Di Maria, E., The Tetris of Sustainability. Business model integrations and sustainability outcomes in hybrid organizations
In this study, we investigate the combinations of different SBMs and their impact on sustainability performance, focusing our analysis on B Corporations, emerging hybrid organizations. We collected data regarding sustainability performance and SBMs adopted by B Corps in Italy, Spain, and UK. Then, we apply cluster analysis to examine the possible combinations of SBMs that […]
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., Game of Green Thrones. Sustainability Tensions and Power in Global Value Chains
This paper aims at bringing the GVC perspective in the paradox and corporate sustainability literature through the analysis of sustainability tensions and their management in the leather GVC. Through an in-depth case study we investigate the dynamics of disempowerment in the management of interorganizational tension in sustainability Target Journal: Academy of Management Journal  
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., Game of Green Thrones. Sustainability Tensions and Power in Global Value Chains
This paper aims at bringing the GVC perspective in the paradox and corporate sustainability literature through the analysis of sustainability tensions and their management in the leather GVC. Through an in-depth case study we investigate the dynamics of disempowerment in the management of interorganizational tension in sustainability Target Journal: Academy of Management Journal  
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., Game of Green Thrones. Sustainability Tensions and Power in Global Value Chains
This paper aims at bringing the GVC perspective in the paradox and corporate sustainability literature through the analysis of sustainability tensions and their management in the leather GVC. Through an in-depth case study we investigate the dynamics of disempowerment in the management of interorganizational tension in sustainability Target Journal: Academy of Management Journal  
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., Game of Green Thrones. Sustainability Tensions and Power in Global Value Chains
This paper aims at bringing the GVC perspective in the paradox and corporate sustainability literature through the analysis of sustainability tensions and their management in the leather GVC. Through an in-depth case study we investigate the dynamics of disempowerment in the management of interorganizational tension in sustainability Target Journal: Academy of Management Journal  
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., Tensions and Outcomes In Corporate Sustainability: The Moderating Role Of Paradoxical Frame
Revise & Resubmit Journal of Cleaner Production This study aims at quantitatively investigating whether adopting a paradoxical cognitive frame can support companies to achieve higher sustainability outcomes while coping with tensions.
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., Tensions and Outcomes In Corporate Sustainability: The Moderating Role Of Paradoxical Frame
Revise & Resubmit Journal of Cleaner Production This study aims at quantitatively investigating whether adopting a paradoxical cognitive frame can support companies to achieve higher sustainability outcomes while coping with tensions.
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., Tensions and Outcomes In Corporate Sustainability: The Moderating Role Of Paradoxical Frame
Revise & Resubmit Journal of Cleaner Production This study aims at quantitatively investigating whether adopting a paradoxical cognitive frame can support companies to achieve higher sustainability outcomes while coping with tensions.
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., Tensions and Outcomes In Corporate Sustainability: The Moderating Role Of Paradoxical Frame
Revise & Resubmit Journal of Cleaner Production This study aims at quantitatively investigating whether adopting a paradoxical cognitive frame can support companies to achieve higher sustainability outcomes while coping with tensions.
Carmine S., . & De Marchi, V. (2022). Reviewing Paradox Theory in Corporate Sustainability Toward a Systems Perspective. Journal of Business Ethics
In this paper we perform a systematic review and content analysis of the empirical literature on paradox and sustainability, offering a useful guide for researchers aiming at adopting it empirically. The analysis provides a comprehensive account of the uses and meanings of the concept, systematizing the literature in three distinct research streams around the three […]
Carmine S., . & De Marchi, V. (2022). Reviewing Paradox Theory in Corporate Sustainability Toward a Systems Perspective. Journal of Business Ethics
In this paper we perform a systematic review and content analysis of the empirical literature on paradox and sustainability, offering a useful guide for researchers aiming at adopting it empirically. The analysis provides a comprehensive account of the uses and meanings of the concept, systematizing the literature in three distinct research streams around the three […]
Carmine S., . & De Marchi, V. (2022). Reviewing Paradox Theory in Corporate Sustainability Toward a Systems Perspective. Journal of Business Ethics
In this paper we perform a systematic review and content analysis of the empirical literature on paradox and sustainability, offering a useful guide for researchers aiming at adopting it empirically. The analysis provides a comprehensive account of the uses and meanings of the concept, systematizing the literature in three distinct research streams around the three […]
Carmine S., . & De Marchi, V. (2022). Reviewing Paradox Theory in Corporate Sustainability Toward a Systems Perspective. Journal of Business Ethics
In this paper we perform a systematic review and content analysis of the empirical literature on paradox and sustainability, offering a useful guide for researchers aiming at adopting it empirically. The analysis provides a comprehensive account of the uses and meanings of the concept, systematizing the literature in three distinct research streams around the three […]

WORKING PAPERS

Carmine, S., De Marchi, V., Di Maria, E., The Tetris of Sustainability. Business model integrations and sustainability outcomes in hybrid organizations
In this study, we investigate the combinations of different SBMs and their impact on sustainability performance, focusing our analysis on B Corporations, emerging hybrid organizations. We collected data regarding sustainability performance and SBMs adopted by B Corps in Italy, Spain, and UK. Then, we apply cluster analysis to examine the possible combinations of SBMs that […]
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., Game of Green Thrones. Sustainability Tensions and Power in Global Value Chains
This paper aims at bringing the GVC perspective in the paradox and corporate sustainability literature through the analysis of sustainability tensions and their management in the leather GVC. Through an in-depth case study we investigate the dynamics of disempowerment in the management of interorganizational tension in sustainability Target Journal: Academy of Management Journal  
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., Tensions and Outcomes In Corporate Sustainability: The Moderating Role Of Paradoxical Frame
Revise & Resubmit Journal of Cleaner Production This study aims at quantitatively investigating whether adopting a paradoxical cognitive frame can support companies to achieve higher sustainability outcomes while coping with tensions.
Carmine S., . & De Marchi, V. (2022). Reviewing Paradox Theory in Corporate Sustainability Toward a Systems Perspective. Journal of Business Ethics
In this paper we perform a systematic review and content analysis of the empirical literature on paradox and sustainability, offering a useful guide for researchers aiming at adopting it empirically. The analysis provides a comprehensive account of the uses and meanings of the concept, systematizing the literature in three distinct research streams around the three […]
Keller, J., Carmine, S., Jarzabkowski, P., Lewis, M. W., Pradies, C., Sharma, G., … & Vince, R. (2021). Our Collective Tensions: Paradox Research Community’s Response to COVID-19. Journal of Management Inquiry.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, researchers studying paradox have seen tensions embedded in the crisis itself, in government responses, and in the day-to-day experiences of the organizational actors studied—from the CEO to the frontline worker. Multiple media outlets have used the word “paradox” to describe the crisis. Therefore, a group of 42 paradox scholars […]
Pradies, C., Carmine, S., Cheal, J., e Cunha, M. P., Gaim, M., Keegan, A., … & Keller, J. The Lived Experience of Paradox: How Individuals Navigate Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
In this article, we present seven short essays that focus on various aspects of the lived experience during the pandemic crisis through a paradox theoretical lens, providing new insights on the pandemic while also using the pandemic experience to push the boundaries of paradox theory. Bednarek and Lê discuss how the boundary between work and […]

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Carmine, S., De Marchi, V., Di Maria, E., The Tetris of Sustainability. Business model integrations and sustainability outcomes in hybrid organizations
In this study, we investigate the combinations of different SBMs and their impact on sustainability performance, focusing our analysis on B Corporations, emerging hybrid organizations. We collected data regarding sustainability performance and SBMs adopted by B Corps in Italy, Spain, and UK. Then, we apply cluster analysis to examine the possible combinations of SBMs that […]
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., Game of Green Thrones. Sustainability Tensions and Power in Global Value Chains
This paper aims at bringing the GVC perspective in the paradox and corporate sustainability literature through the analysis of sustainability tensions and their management in the leather GVC. Through an in-depth case study we investigate the dynamics of disempowerment in the management of interorganizational tension in sustainability Target Journal: Academy of Management Journal  
Carmine, S. & De Marchi, V., Tensions and Outcomes In Corporate Sustainability: The Moderating Role Of Paradoxical Frame
Revise & Resubmit Journal of Cleaner Production This study aims at quantitatively investigating whether adopting a paradoxical cognitive frame can support companies to achieve higher sustainability outcomes while coping with tensions.
Carmine S., . & De Marchi, V. (2022). Reviewing Paradox Theory in Corporate Sustainability Toward a Systems Perspective. Journal of Business Ethics
In this paper we perform a systematic review and content analysis of the empirical literature on paradox and sustainability, offering a useful guide for researchers aiming at adopting it empirically. The analysis provides a comprehensive account of the uses and meanings of the concept, systematizing the literature in three distinct research streams around the three […]
Keller, J., Carmine, S., Jarzabkowski, P., Lewis, M. W., Pradies, C., Sharma, G., … & Vince, R. (2021). Our Collective Tensions: Paradox Research Community’s Response to COVID-19. Journal of Management Inquiry.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, researchers studying paradox have seen tensions embedded in the crisis itself, in government responses, and in the day-to-day experiences of the organizational actors studied—from the CEO to the frontline worker. Multiple media outlets have used the word “paradox” to describe the crisis. Therefore, a group of 42 paradox scholars […]
Pradies, C., Carmine, S., Cheal, J., e Cunha, M. P., Gaim, M., Keegan, A., … & Keller, J. The Lived Experience of Paradox: How Individuals Navigate Tensions during the Pandemic Crisis. Journal of Management Inquiry.
In this article, we present seven short essays that focus on various aspects of the lived experience during the pandemic crisis through a paradox theoretical lens, providing new insights on the pandemic while also using the pandemic experience to push the boundaries of paradox theory. Bednarek and Lê discuss how the boundary between work and […]