- Factors Influencing the Implementation of Environmental Management Systems, Practices and Performance
The last decade has seen increasing awareness of the importance of understanding corporate environmental management systems (EMSs) and their relationships with sustainability, competitiveness and institutional practice....
Citation: Weber, O. (2007). Factors Influencing the Implementation of Environmental Management Systems, Practices and Performance. Strategic Sustainability: the State of the Art in Corporate Environmental Management Systems. R. Sroufe and J. Sarkis. Sheffield, UK, Greenleaf: 190-204.
Areas of Interest: Environment & Business, Sustainability
- Incorporating sustainability criteria into credit risk management
Does a commercial debtor’s economic, environmental and social performance in terms of sustainability affect its credit risk rating?...
Citation: Weber, O., R. W. Scholz, et al. (2010). "Incorporating sustainability criteria into credit risk management." Business Strategy and the Environment 19(1): 39-50.
Areas of Interest: Leadership, SRI/Responsible Investment, Sustainability
- Management Ethics [Summer, 2010]
Editorial; Speakers' Corner; Microfinance; A World Apart?; New EthicsCentre Member; Accounting for CSR and Sustainable Development in South Africa...
Citation: EthicsCentre CA. 2010. Management Ethics, Summer. EthicsCentre CA
Areas of Interest: Accountability - Reporting, Corporate Governance - Transparency, Corporate Social Responsibility, Development, Poverty, SRI/Responsible Investment
- Perception of Environmental Risks of Company Sites
What are the stimulus properties that affect risk? Is it possible to assess the environmental risk of an industrial site by analysing the company's site or a photograph of the site?...
Citation: Weber, O. (2001). "Assessment of enterprises environmental risks: Using photographs as perceptual stimuli." Journal of Environmental Psychology 21: 165-178.
Areas of Interest: Environment & Business
- Sustainability Benchmarking of European Banks and Financial Service Organizations
A benchmark study of European banks and financial service organizations is presented, inquiring into the extent to which they have integrated sustainability into their policies, strategies, products, services and processes....
Citation: Weber, O. (2005). "Sustainability Benchmarking of European Banks and Financial Service Organizations." Corp. Soc. Responsib. Environ. Mgmt. 12: 73-87.
Areas of Interest: Corporate Social Responsibility
- The relation between sustainability performance and financial performance of firms
Sustainable investments have become increasingly common in recent last years. By reporting their environmental, social and sustainability performance, companies want to present themselves as good corporate citizens and thus to attract investors....
Citation: Weber, O., T. Koellner, et al. (2008). "The relation between sustainability performance and financial performance of firms." Progress in Industrial Ecology 5(3): 236-254.
Areas of Interest: SRI/Responsible Investment, Sustainability
- Who invests in SRI Products?
Who invests in SRI products? GOE analyzed the influence of attitudes and of the individual situation like income, education, profession, etc. on the willingness to invest in SRI products and on the real investments in SRI products....
Citation: Weber, O. and T. Koellner (2006). Who invests in SRI Products? Kusnacht, Switzerland, GOE m.b.H.
Areas of Interest: SRI/Responsible Investment