His scientific interests lie mostly in Economic system, Multinational corporation, Marketing, Sustainability organizations and Social sustainability. His Multinational corporation study incorporates themes from Supply chain, Competitor analysis and Strategic management. His work on Competitive advantage as part of general Marketing study is frequently linked to Discretion, Kyoto Protocol and Global warming, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
The Sustainability organizations study combines topics in areas such as Corporate sustainability, Corporate communication, Positive economics, Business ethics and Business case. Jonatan Pinkse combines subjects such as Social psychology, Framing and Sensemaking with his study of Positive economics. His work carried out in the field of Social sustainability brings together such families of science as Corporate security, Stakeholder and Management science.
Jonatan Pinkse focuses on Industrial organization, Marketing, Public relations, Economic system and Multinational corporation. His Industrial organization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Public policy and Commercialization. Business model, Disruptive innovation and Competitive advantage are the subjects of his Marketing studies.
His Public relations research integrates issues from Resource, Social issues, General partnership and Corporate governance. He has included themes like Corporate sustainability, Sustainability organizations, Process and Social sustainability in his Economic system study. His Multinational corporation research includes elements of International business and Environmental issue.
Public relations, Industrial organization, Process management, Face and Corporate sustainability are his primary areas of study. Jonatan Pinkse interconnects Intermediary and Impression management in the investigation of issues within Public relations. His research investigates the connection between Industrial organization and topics such as Core that intersect with problems in Bandwagon effect.
His research investigates the connection between Process management and topics such as Business model that intersect with issues in Space and Corporate social responsibility. The concepts of his Corporate sustainability study are interwoven with issues in Business case, Value, Natural resource economics and Social sustainability. His research ties Corporate governance and Economic system together.
His primary areas of investigation include Perspective, Public relations, Position, Industrial organization and Organizational structure. Perspective is integrated with Business case, Social sustainability, Sustainability organizations, Business ethics and Positive economics in his study. His study in Collective identity extends to Public relations with its themes.
His Position study combines topics in areas such as Institutional theory, Civil society, General partnership, Diversity and Developing country. His Industrial organization research incorporates themes from Bandwagon effect and Core. His Organizational structure research includes themes of Environmental resource management, Perceived vulnerability, Public economics and Process.
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Corporate Responses in an Emerging Climate Regime: The Institutionalization and Commensuration of Carbon Disclosure
Ans Kolk;David Levy;Jonatan Pinkse.
European Accounting Review (2008)
Cognitive Frames in Corporate Sustainability: Managerial Sensemaking with Paradoxical and Business Case Frames
Tobias Hahn;Lutz Preuss;Jonatan Pinkse;Frank Figge.
Academy of Management Review (2014)
Trade-offs in corporate sustainability: you can't have your cake and eat it
Tobias Hahn;Frank Figge;Jonatan Pinkse;Lutz Preuss.
Business Strategy and The Environment (2010)
Tensions in Corporate Sustainability:Towards an Integrative Framework
Tobias Hahn;Jonatan Pinkse;Lutz Preuss;Frank Figge.
Journal of Business Ethics (2015)
Business Models for Sustainable Technologies: Exploring Business Model Evolution in the Case of Electric Vehicles
René Bohnsack;Jonatan Pinkse;Ans Kolk.
Research Policy (2014)
Business Responses to Climate Change: Identifying Emergent Strategies
Ans Kolk;Jonatan Pinkse;Jonatan Pinkse.
California Management Review (2005)
Market Strategies for Climate Change
Ans Kolk;Jonatan Pinkse.
European Management Journal (2004)
Promises and paradoxes of the sharing economy: An organizing framework
Aurélien Acquier;Thibault Daudigeos;Jonatan Pinkse.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (2017)
The integration of corporate governance in corporate social responsibility disclosures
Ans Kolk;Jonatan Pinkse.
Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management (2009)
A perspective on multinational enterprises and climate change: Learning from “an inconvenient truth”?
Ans Kolk;Jonatan Pinkse.
Journal of International Business Studies (2008)
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