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Publications

ESMT Berlin publishes in international academic journals, which are first-class in their respective fields. Research also provides cutting-edge and profound insights for the business community as well as the classroom through managerial publications and case studies. This rare integration of research and practice makes ESMT Berlin an outstanding location for generating relevant and ground-breaking knowledge.

Journal Article

Corruption by design? L'ArtiMarche's struggles in Russia

Emerging Markets Case Studies Collection 2 (1): 1–10
Urs Müller (2012)
Abstract:
Subject(s): Ethics and social responsibility
Keyword(s): business ethics, corruption, Russia, retail

With permission of Emerald

Volume 2
Issue 1
Pages 1–10

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Engaging with stakeholders to create value

Ernst and Young T Magazine 06: 48–49
Abstract:
Subject(s): Human resources management/organizational behavior
Keyword(s): sustainability, CSR, stakeholder
Issue 06
Pages 48–49

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HR trendek a 2011-es kutatasi eredmenyek tükreben: Emberi Elöny Teremtes [Creating people advantage: HR trends in the light of 2011 BCG study results]

Human Resources Magazin 4 (1): 58–60
Nora Grasselli, Adam Kotsis (2012)
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Subject(s): Human resources management/organizational behavior
Keyword(s): HR, people advantage
Volume 4
Issue 1
Pages 58–60

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What really drives value in corporate responsibility?

McKinsey Quarterly 1: 14–16
CB Bhattacharya, Daniel Korschun, Sankar Sen (2012)
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Subject(s): Strategy and general management
Keyword(s): Sustainability, CSR, stakeholder
Volume 1
Pages 14–16

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Defining product markets for shopping centers: Thoughts on methodological choices

European Competition Journal 7 (3): 421–431
Jakub Kałużny, Rainer Nitsche, Lars-Hendrik Röller (2011)
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Subject(s): Economics, politics and business environment
Keyword(s): market definition, shopping centre, externalities, characteristics approach
Volume 7
Issue 3
Pages 421–431

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Maximizing ROI from corporate responsibility

European Financial Review 11/12: 48–50
CB Bhattacharya, Sankar Sen, Daniel Korschun (2011)
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Subject(s): Strategy and general management
Keyword(s): sustainability, CSR, stakeholder
Volume 11/12
Pages 48–50

Journal Article

Fett und Filz

Querdenker 3 (2): 75–78
Martin Kupp, Jörg Reckhenrich (2011)
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Subject(s): Strategy and general management
Volume 3
Issue 2
Pages 75–78

Journal Article

How to co-create corporate responsibility strategy

Ethical Corporation 11: 35–38
CB Bhattacharya, Sankar Sen, Daniel Korschun (2011)
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Subject(s): Strategy and general management
Keyword(s): co-creation, corporate responsibility, sustainability, stakeholders
Volume 11
Pages 35–38

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The next challenge for corporate responsibility

EFMD Global Focus 5 (3): 44–47
CB Bhattacharya, Sankar Sen, Daniel Korschun (2011)
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Subject(s): Strategy and general management
Keyword(s): Corporate responsibility, sustainability, stakeholders
Volume 5
Issue 3
Pages 44–47

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Does it pay to be good? The doing well by doing good conundrum

Sustainability Tomorrow 6 (4): 58–63
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Subject(s): Strategy and general management
Keyword(s): Sustainability, CSR, stakeholder
Volume 6
Issue 4
Pages 58–63

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Corporate social responsibility and competitive advantage: Overcoming the trust barrier

Management Science 57 (9): 1528–1545
Shuili Du, CB Bhattacharya, Sankar Sen (2011)
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Subject(s): Strategy and general management
Keyword(s): corporate social responsibility, competitive strategy, challenger brand, affective trust

This research builds on the complementary corporate social responsibility (CSR) literatures in strategy and marketing to provide insight into the efficacy of CSR as a challenger's competitive weapon against a market leader. Through an investigation of a real world CSR initiative, we show that the challenger can reap superior business returns among consumers who had participated in its CSR initiative, relative to those who were merely aware of the initiative. Specifically, participant consumers demonstrate the desired attitudinal and behavioral changes in favor of the challenger, regardless of their affective trust in the leader, whereas aware consumers' reactions become less favorable as their affective trust in the leader increases. Furthermore, participation, unlike mere awareness, transforms the nature of the consumer-challenger relationship from a transactional one to a communal, trust-based one.

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Volume 57
Issue 9
Pages 1528–1545

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HLB-Geschäftsmodelle – Partialmodellierung zur Systematisierung von Geschäftsmodellen „Hybrider Leistungsbündel" (HLB)

wt Werkstattstechnik online 101 (7–8): 498–504
Mario Rese, H. Meier, Judith Gesing, M. Boßlau (2011)
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Subject(s): Strategy and general management
Keyword(s): marketing, goods and services
Volume 101
Issue 7–8
Pages 498–504

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Innovation in multi-invention contexts: Mapping solutions to technological and intellectual property complexity

California Management Review 53 (4): 47–79
2012 CMR Best Paper Award
Deepak Somaya, David Teece, Simon Wakeman (2011)
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Subject(s): Technology, R&D management
Keyword(s): innovation, commercialization, patents, multi-invention context
Volume 53
Issue 4
Pages 47–79

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Kundenzufriedenheit im Kontext hybrider Leistungsbündel – Besonderheiten und Vermarktungserfordernisse

wt Werkstattstechnik online 101 (7–8): 521–524
Mario Rese, Julian Everhartz, Kira Maiwald (2011)
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Subject(s): Strategy and general management
Keyword(s): Marketing, consumer satidfaction
Volume 101
Issue 7–8
Pages 521–524

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Challenges in EU competition policy

Empirica 38 (3): 287–314
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Subject(s): Economics, politics and business environment
Keyword(s): competition policy, merger control, market definition, state aid, regulation
Volume 38
Issue 3
Pages 287–314

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