Frederik Dahlmann
Frederik Dahlmann
Associate Professor of Strategy and Sustainability, Warwick Business School
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Environmental management in the United Kingdom: new survey evidence
F Dahlmann, S Brammer, A Millington
Management Decision 46 (2), 264-283, 2008
782008
Exploring and explaining patterns of adaptation and selection in corporate environmental strategy in the USA
F Dahlmann, S Brammer
Organization Studies 32 (4), 527-553, 2011
582011
Barriers to proactive environmental management in the United Kingdom: Implications for Business and Public Policy
F Dahlmann, S Brammer, A Millington
Journal of General Management 33 (3), 1-20, 2008
432008
Environmental managers and institutional work: Reconciling tensions of competing institutional logics
F Dahlmann, J Grosvold
Business Ethics Quartely 27 (2), 263–291, 2017
392017
Managing carbon aspirations: The Influence of Corporate Climate Change Targets on Environmental Performance
F Dahlmann, L Branicki, S Brammer
Journal of Business Ethics 158 (1), 1-24, 2019
292019
‘Carrots for Corporate Sustainability’: Impacts of Incentive Inclusiveness and Variety on Environmental Performance
F Dahlmann, L Branicki, S Brammer
Business Strategy and the Environment 26 (8), 1110-1131, 2017
162017
Emerging energy geographies: Scaling and spatial divergence in European electricity generation capacity
F Dahlmann, A Kolk, J Lindeque
European Urban and Regional Studies, 1-24, 2016
142016
Sustainable supply chain management and partner engagement to manage climate change information
F Dahlmann, JK Roehrich
Business Strategy and the Environment, https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.2392, 2019
112019
Corporate actors, the UN Sustainable Development Goals and Earth System Governance: A research agenda
F Dahlmann, W Stubbs, D Griggs, K Morrell
The Anthropocene Review, 1-10, 2019
102019
Nexus thinking in business: Analysing corporate responses to interconnected global sustainability challenges
F Dahlmann, G Bullock
Environmental Science & Policy 107, 90-98, 2020
62020
Reducing Carbon Emissions Worldwide: MNCs and Global Environmental Performance
F Dahlmann, S Brammer
Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 24 …, 2013
32013
Ambidextrous Environmental Managers: Trading off the Natural Environment?
F Dahlmann, J Grosvold
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 10817, 2018
22018
Corporate governance vs. corporate environmental governance: complementary or separate drivers of environmental performance?
F Dahlmann, S Brammer
Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 24 …, 2013
22013
The ‘purpose ecosystem’: Emerging private sector actors in earth system governance
F Dahlmann, W Stubbs, R Raven, JP de Albuquerque
Earth System Governance, 100053, 2020
12020
Environmental managers and organisational ambidexterity
F Dahlmann, J Ward-Grosvold
Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 28, 6-14, 2017
12017
The role of umbrella agreements in achieving sustainability goals: Energy efficiency at the Empire State Building
F Dahlmann, G Veal
Journal of Green Building 11 (1), 71-94, 2016
12016
Between inertia and adaptation: state and evolution of corporate environmental strategy
F Dahlmann
University of Bath, 2009
12009
Earth System Governance
F Dahlmann, W Stubbs, R Raven, JP de Albuquerque
2020
How to manage your supply chain's carbon footprint
F Dahlmann, J Roehrich
2020
Ethics in the Anthropocene
K Morrell, F Dahlmann
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 12244, 2020
2020
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