CME Faculty is actively engaged in collaborative research in Sustainable Commerce in diverse topics including sustainable consumption, social responsibility, organizational reputation, diversity, unemployment, tobacco, technology, pollution and housing.
Sample Publications and Conference Proceedings – for a complete listing please see faculty profiles
Chhinzer, N. "Attempts to legislate ethical layoff practices in Canada: Strengths and Weaknesses?"(Forthcoming). Proceedings of The 18th Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics, New York
Chhinzer, N. "A Framework of Restructuring Pressures and Stakeholder Influence in Public Sector Organizations" (Forthcoming). Proceedings of The 18th Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics, New York
Chhinzer, N. & Ababneh, K.I. (2008) Disaggregating Unemployment: Job Leavers, Losers and Layoffs, in Proceedings of Administrative Sciences Academy of Canada Annual Conference, Halifax, NS, Canada.
Colwell & Joshi (2009), Multi-item scale development for measuring institutional pressures in the context of corporate environmental action. Presented at the 2009 International Associations for Business and Society Conference Proceedings, Snowmass, Colorado.
Colwell & Noseworthy (2009), When we confuse market economics as market ethics: evidence from an event study. 2009 International Associations for Business and Society Conference Proceedings, Snowmass, Colorado.
Colwell & Zyphur (2007), When a supplier’s ethical policies matter to buyers (and when they don’t): The moderating role of switching cost. 2007 Academy of Management Conference Proceedings, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Best Paper Award Winner
Colwell & Zyphur (2007), Switching costs as a potential motivator of organizational decoupling of ethical supplier commitments. 2007 International Associations for Business and Society Conference Proceedings, Florence, Italy
Dewhirst, T. & Davis, R.M. (2008). Key principles of tobacco promotion and rationales for regulation. In: The Role of the Media in Promoting and Discouraging Tobacco Use (Chapter 3, pp. 53-97), Tobacco Control Monograph No. 19. Bethesda, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute.
Dewhirst, T. (2008). Tobacco portrayals in U.S. advertising and entertainment media. In: P.E. Jamieson & D. Romer (Eds.), The Changing Portrayal of Adolescents in the Media since 1950 (Chapter 9, pp. 250-283). New York: Oxford University Press.
Dewhirst, T. (2009). New directions in tobacco promotion and brand communication [editorial]. Tobacco Control, 18 (2).
Dhalla, R. (2007). The construction of organizational identity: Key contributing external and intra-organizational factors, Corporate Reputation Review, 10(4)
Holzinger, I. and Dhalla, R. (2007). Multiple identities in organizations: The effects of diversity on organizational identity. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 7(5)
Dhalla, R. and Karambayya, R. (2004). Surviving the double bind: Coping strategies used by women of color, in proceedings of 9th Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values, New Orleans, August, 2004
Godfrey, Kerry. (1996) The Application of Environmental Capacity to Land Use Planning. Report to the UK Department of the Environment, (ENTEC, UK, LTD, with E. Wilson and J. Glasson)
Dodds, R. & Joppe, M. (2009). “Have certification programs allowed SMEs in LDCs access to markets?” Tourisme & Territoires/Territories & Tourism, 1/2, 16 p.
Dodds, R. & Joppe, M. (2009). “The Demand for, and Participation in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Tourism: Implications for the Caribbean”. ARA (Caribbean) Journal of Tourism Research, 2(1). 11 p
Joppe, M. (2006). “CSR in the Tourism Industry? The Status of and Potential for Certification, Codes of Conduct, and Guidelines”, Academic Roundtable Series, Nov. 3, 2006; Service Industry Research Centre, Griffith University, Australia
Dodds, R. & Joppe, M. (2005). CSR in the Tourism Industry? A Value-Chain Approach. New York: World Bank.
Dodds, R. & Joppe, M. (2003). "The Application of Ecotourism to Urban Environments". Tourism, V. 51 (2), 157-164.
Gibson, A., Dodds, R., Joppe, M. & Jamieson, B. (2003). Ecotourism in the City? Toronto's Green Tourism Association. International Journal Contemporary Hospitality Management, V. 15(6)
Dodds, R. & Joppe, M. (2001). “Promoting Urban Green Tourism: The Development Of The Other Map Of Toronto ”. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing
Dodds, R., Gibson, A. & Joppe, M. (2001). “Urban Green Tourism – Ecotourism in the City: A Case Study of Toronto , Canada ”, Sustainable Development and Management of Ecotourism in the Americas , Preparatory Conference for the International Year of Ecotourism, 2002, Cuiab, Brazil.
Joppe, M. & Dodds, R. (2000). “Urban Green Tourism: Applying ecotourism principles to the city”. Conference Proceedings of the 2000 Conference in Whitehorse , Canada . TTRA-Canada
Joppe, M. (1996). Sustainable community tourism development revisited. Tourism Management, 17 (7), 475-479.
Joppe, M. (1995). Research support for sustainable community tourism development. Tourism and Sustainable Community Development. Travel and Tourism Research Association-Canada, St. John, Newfoundland (October).169-174.
Kurucz, E.C., B.A. Colbert and D.C. Wheeler (2008).The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility. In A. Crane, A. McWilliams, D. Matten, J. Moon, D. Seigel (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook on Corporate Social Responsibility. Oxford University Press: Oxford. pp. 83-112.
Colbert, Barry A. and Elizabeth C. Kurucz (2007). Three Conceptions of Triple Bottom Line Business Sustainability and the Role for HRM. Human Resource Planning, 30(1): 21-29.
Colbert, Barry. A., E.C. Kurucz and D.C. Wheeler (2007). Building the Sustainable Organization through Adaptive, Creative Coherence in the HR System. In R. Burke and C. Cooper (Eds.), Building More Effective Organizations. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
Londerville, J. and Steele, M. (2008). Research on National Housing Strategies in 19 GE/ OECD and developing countries (with an emphasis on sustainable social housing), CMHC, Ottawa, ON.
McKitrick, Ross (2006) Why Did US Air Pollution Decline After 1970? Empirical Economics , 33(3): 491-513.
McKitrick, Ross (2006). The Politics of Pollution: Party Regimes and Air Quality in Canada Canadian Journal of Economics 39(2), May 2006, 604-620.
McKitrick, Ross R. and Robert C. Collinge. (2002) "The Existence and Uniqueness of Optimal Pollution Policy in the Presence of Victim Defense Measures." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management44, pp 106-122.
McKitrick, Ross R. (2001). "Mitigation versus Compensation in Global Warming Policy" Economics Bulletin, Vol 17 no. 2 pp. 1-6.
McKitrick, Ross R. and Robert C. Collinge, (2000) "Linear Pigovian Taxes and the Optimal Size of a Polluting Industry" Canadian Journal of Economics 33(4) pp. 1106-1119.
Padanyi, P., Yi, S., Schultz, P.W., Brown, L. and Bruni, C. (2009). Consumer Behaviour and Sustainable Consumption: How Do We Encourage Consumers to Purchase Sustainably?. Canadian Centre for Pollution Prevention, Toronto, ON.