Research

WORKING PAPERS

Voluntary Sustainability Standards.

Nava L. and Tampe M. (2nd round Revise and Resubmit: Business Ethics Quarterly)

Abstract and Title removed to preserve the anonymity of the review process

 

Organizational Adaptation to Climate Change 

Nava L., Chiapetti J., Barbosa da Rocha R. and Tampe M. (Under Review in Management Science)

Abstract and Title removed to preserve the anonymity of the review process

Organizational Post-traumatic Growth

Nava L., Matsuno K. and Kohlbacher F. (Under Review in Academy of Management Discoveries)

Abstract and Title removed to preserve the anonymity of the review process

Rediscovering the Bucolic Tale: The Role of Place Embeddedness in Fostering Sustainable Practices.

Nava L., Chiapetti J., Barbosa da Rocha R. and Tampe M. (Target Journal: Administrative Science Quarterly)

Based on a mixed-methods study of agricultural producers, this article examines whether and how the embeddedness in the natural and social environment surrounding the organization (i.e. place embeddedness) affects the implementation of sustainable practices. Theoretically, the study draws on practice theory to understand how the different elements of practices (competence, meaning and material) are shaped by each the constituents of place embeddedness. In the empirical analysis, the article derives and tests a model that shows three trajectories through which these effects occur. The article concludes with the implications of our study for both the place-oriented and the practice-oriented literature in the sustainability field.

 

Organizational Learning in Distruptions

Nava L. (Revise & Resubmit: Business & Society Review)

Abstract and Title removed to preserve the anonymity of the review process

The Place of the Material for Organizational Practices.

Tampe M. and Nava L. (Target Journal: Organization Science)

WORK IN PROGRESS

Long-term Effects of Natural Disasters on the organization - Data collection from Japanese organizations.

NEGEM Project: Quantifying and Deploying Responsible Negative Emissions in Climate Resilient Pathways (Data collection from relevant stakeholders: Interviews, surveys, workshops, expert elicitations)
 

 

RECENT CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS PRESENTATIONS

Academy of Management Annual Meeting, ONE division – Virtual, August 2021 (co-organization of a PDW: Step ONE: Starting Your Sustainability PhD Journey with ONE, invited presentation in a symposium: The Grasshopper and the Ant: Explaining the Variation in Organizational Adaptation to Climate Change)

 

Society of Business Ethics Annual Meeting- Virtual, Aug 2021 (Accepted paper: Rediscovering the Bucolic Tale: The Role of Place Embeddedness in Fostering Sustainable Practices)

EGOS Annual Meeting- Virtual, July 2021 (Accepted paper: Rediscovering the Bucolic Tale: The Role of Place Embeddedness in Fostering Sustainable Practices)

ARCS Annual Meeting – Virtual, June 2021 (Accepted paper: Organizational Post-Traumatic Growth: How Disasters Affect Responsiveness to Environmental Opportunities and Threats)

Business and Society Workshop - CBOS University of Bath – Virtual, May 2021 (Accepted paper: Rediscovering the Bucolic Tale: The Role of Place Embeddedness in Fostering Sustainable Practices)

 

University of St. Gallen - Virtual Brownbag Seminar, February 2021 (Paper Presented: Rediscovering the Bucolic Tale: The Role of Place Embeddedness in Fostering Sustainable Practices)

Cambridge Judge Business School - Virtual PhD Seminar, February 2021 (Paper Presented: Rediscovering the Bucolic Tale: The Role of Place Embeddedness in Fostering Sustainable Practices)

 

Rotterdam School of Management - Virtual Invited Seminar, November 2020 (Paper Presented: The Grasshopper and the Ant: Explaining the Variation in Organizational Adaptation to Climate Change)

 

Academy of Management Discoveries Workshop - Virtual, November 2020 (Paper accepted: Organizational Post-Traumatic Growth: How Disasters Affect Responsiveness to Environmental Forces)

 

Strategic Management Society Annual Meeting- London, Oct ober2020 (Accepted paper: The Grasshopper and the Ant: Explaining the Variation in Organizational Adaptation to Climate Change) - Finalist for the Research Methods Prize and nominated for the Best PhD Paper Prize, Awarded Honorable Mention by Behavioral Strategy Interest Group

 

Academy of Management Annual Meeting, ONE division – Virtual due to Covid-19 outbreak, August 2020 (Three papers accepted: Organizational Post-Traumatic Growth: How Disasters Affect Responsiveness to Environmental Forces; Rediscovering the Bucolic Tale: The Role of Place Embeddedness in Fostering Sustainable Practices; Enablers and Tensions of Voluntary Sustainability Standards' Successful Implementation Process) - Best Reviewer Award

Academy of Management Doctoral Consortium, ONE division – Virtual (Accepted paper: The Grasshopper and the Ant: Explaining the Variation in Organizational Adaptation to Climate Change)

EGOS Doctoral Consortium – Virtual Seminar due to Covid-19 outbreak, July 2020 

 

ARCS Annual Meeting – Cancelled due to Covid-19 outbreak, June 2020 (Accepted paper: Organizational Post-Traumatic Growth: How Disasters Affect Responsiveness to Environmental Forces)

 

Sustainability Salon at Ivey Business School – Virtual Seminar, May 2020 (Paper: Organizational Post-Traumatic Growth: How Disasters Affect Responsiveness to Environmental Forces)

 

ARCS PhD Sustainability Academy - London (ON), Nov 2019 (Paper: Rediscovering the Bucolic Tale: The Role of Place Embeddedness in Fostering Sustainable Practices)

 

Strategic Management Society Annual Meeting- Minneapolis (MN), Oct 2019 (Paper: When the Going Gets Risky: How Climate Risk perception and Risk Attitude Affect Sustainable Practices)

Participation also in the Paper Development Workshop

 

European Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (ERSCP) - Barcelona, Oct 2019 (Paper: The Grasshopper and the Ant: Why some Vulnerable Organizations Adapt to Climate Change and Others Do Not)

Participation also in PhD Day

 

Society of Business Ethics Annual Meeting- Boston (MA), Aug 2019 (Paper: The Grasshopper and the Ant: Why some Vulnerable Organizations Adapt to Climate Change and Others Do Not)

Emerging Scholar Award recipient

 

EDAMBA Summer Academy- Athens, July 2019 (Paper:Rediscovering the Bucolic Tale: The Role of Place Embeddedness in Fostering Sustainable Practices)

 

Esade PhD Paper Development Workshop– Barcelona, July 2019

With prof. Ruth Aguilera

 

Misbehavior BCN Meeting - Barcelona, June 2019 (Paper: The Grasshopper and the Ant: Why some Vulnerable Organizations Adapt to Climate Change and Others Do Not)

 

IABS Business & Society Paper Development Workshop - Barcelona, June 2019 (Paper:Rediscovering the Bucolic Tale: The Role of Place Embeddedness in Fostering Sustainable Practices)

 

Esade Business & Society and IIS Seminars– Barcelona

Feb 2020 and Nov 2020 (Paper: The grasshopper and the ant: Why some vulnerable organizations adapt to climate change while others do not)

June 2019 (PhD Thesis Proposal)

June 2018 (Paper: When standards lead to a non-standard world: What explains differences in implementation quality of    voluntary sustainability standards in developing countries)

 

Other attended conferences: EGOS, 2020, virtual; Academy of Management, 2019, Boston (MA); ECPR conference, Lausanne (2018)

 

AWARDS

Honorable Mentioned Award - Behavioral Strategy Interest Group - SMS Annual Conference 2020

Finalist as Best Methods Paper Prize and Nomination as Best PhD Paper Prize - SMS Annual Conference 2020

 

Best Reviewer Award - AOM Annual Meeting, 2020

 

Emerging Scholar Award Recipient from Society of Business Ethics

Ermenegildo Zegna Scholarship

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