Sub-theme 34: Responding to Climate Change: Organizational Processes and Discourses

Christopher Wright, University of Sydney, Australia
Daniel Nyberg, University of Sydney, Australia
Bettina Wittneben, University of Oxford, UK
Session I: Thursday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:45, H-F43
Macro Perspectives: Climate Change Policy
Chair: Christopher Wright
Annika Skoglund
Homo clima – The neoliberal subject of climate change
Discussant(s): Georg Susse and Lise Justesen
Ian McGregor
Contestation, coalitions and Copenhagen: Interorganizational collaboration and the failure of global climate change governance
Discussant(s): Riccardo Maiolini
Jane Kirsten Lê
Discourse and paradoxical tensions: Climate change discourse in the Canadian oil sands
Discussant(s): Daniel Nyberg
Session II: Thursday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, H-F43
Macro Perspectives: Cross-National Insights
Chair: Daniel Nyberg
Javier Caracuel, Natalia Ortiz-de-Mandojana and Eulogio Cordón-Pozo
The moderating effect of countries' institutional conditions on the relationship between green product innovation and firm financial performance
Discussant(s): Johannes Georg
Andrew Griffiths and Martina Linnenluecke
Institutional responses to climate change: A comparative study of the Australian, United Kingdom and United States reports on climate change
Discussant(s): Ian McGregor
Mélodie Cartel and Joël Ntsondé
The European electricity sector experimenting on in vitro carbon markets, an alternative story of the EU-ETS design
Discussant(s): Bettina Wittneben
Session III: Thursday, July 07, 16:00 to 17:30, H-F43
Organizational Perspectives to Climate Change
Chair: Bettina Wittneben
Francesca Ciulli
International diversification of multinational power companies and adoption of a corporate climate strategy – An integrated approach
Discussant(s): Mélodie Cartel
Timo Busch, Nils Lehmann and Volker Hoffmann
Corporate social responsibility, negative externalities, and organizational risk: The case of climate change
Discussant(s): Nardia Haigh
Session IV: Friday, July 08, 09:00 to 11:00, H-F43
Business Discourses about Climate Change
Chair: Bettina Wittneben
Daniel Nyberg and Christopher Wright
Prevention, pre-emption and preparedness: Corporate responses to climate change as a logic of risk
Discussant(s): Annika Skoglund
Sara Soderstrom and Krista Badiane
Climate change discourse and corporate responses: Multiple institutional logics
Discussant(s): Aharon Factor
Roberta Atzori, Ernestina Giudici and Giuseppe Melis
A challenge to climate change: Turning a cost into a gain
Discussant(s): Nils Lehmann
Marcos Bidart de Novaes, Marcos Bidart de Novaes, Marcos Bidart de Novaes and Marcos Bidart de Novaes
The discourse about sustainability and the development of managerial competencies in organizations: A cooperative inquiry into practice
Discussant(s): Timo Leiter
Session V: Friday, July 08, 14:00 to 16:00, H-F43
Management Responses to Climate Change
Chair: Daniel Nyberg
Aharon Factor
Organizational responses to climate change: A mixed method investigation of Australian industrial SMEs
Discussant(s): Andrew Griffiths
Susse Georg and Lise Justesen
Energy accounting – Energizing organizational processes in building design
Discussant(s): Lisa Suckert
Johannes Georg
The institutionalization of sustainability and the role of management accounting practices
Discussant(s): Francesca Ciulli
Nardia Haigh and Andrew Griffiths
Surprise as a catalyst for including climatic change in the strategic environment
Discussant(s): Christopher Wright
Session VI: Saturday, July 09, 09:00 to 10:30, H-F43
Managing Stakeholders & Environmental Sustainability
Chair: Christopher Wright
Lisa Suckert
The construction of ecological markets: How ecopreneurs discursively bridge the gap between two fields of power – A case study of the German market for organic dairy products
Discussant(s): Javier Aguilera-Caracuel
Bettina Wittneben and André Spicer
Out of thin air: The emergence of a 'market' logic in climate change policy
Discussant(s): Sara Soderstrom and Krista Badiane
Sub-theme 34 wrap-up
Session VII: Saturday, July 09, 11:00 to 12:30, H-F43
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