Carol-Ann Tetrault Sirsly
Carol-Ann Tetrault Sirsly
Associate Professor, Sprott School of Business, Carleton University
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When does a corporate social responsibility initiative provide a first-mover advantage?
CA Tetrault Sirsly, K Lamertz
Business & Society 47 (3), 343-369, 2008
1402008
Determinants and consequences of employee attributions of corporate social responsibility as substantive or symbolic
MBL Donia, CAT Sirsly
European Management Journal 34 (3), 232-242, 2016
952016
From Doing Good to Looking Even Better: The Dynamics of CSR and Reputation
CA Tetrault Sirsly, E Lvina
Business & Society 58 (6), 1234-1266, 2019
862019
CSR by any other name? The differential impact of substantive and symbolic CSR attributions on employee outcomes
MBL Donia, S Ronen, CAT Sirsly, S Bonaccio
Journal of Business Ethics 157 (2), 503-523, 2019
632019
Employee attributions of corporate social responsibility as substantive or symbolic: Validation of a measure
MBL Donia, CA Tetrault Sirsly, S Ronen
Applied Psychology 66 (1), 103-142, 2017
542017
75 years of lessons learned: chief executive officer values and corporate social responsibility
CAT Sirsly
Journal of Management History, 2009
402009
Strategies for sustainability initiatives: why ownership matters
CAT Sirsly, S Sur
Corporate Governance, 2013
312013
What’s in a name? Decomposing corporate reputation to assess the relative impact of temporal, firm and industry level factors
S Sur, CAT Sirsly
Journal of Management & Governance 17 (4), 1047-1072, 2013
182013
Do firms seek social license to operate when stakeholders are poor? Evidence from Africa
ML McIntyre, SA Murphy, CAT Sirsly
Corporate Governance, 2015
162015
Sustainability measures: a stakeholder focus beyond shareholders
CAT Sirsly
World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, 2015
52015
Good neighbor or good employer?: A stakeholder view on CSR dimensions in reputation improvement
CAT Sirsly, E Lvina, C Ratiu
Journal of Global Responsibility, 2019
32019
Validation of a Measure of Employee Attributions of CSR as Substantive or Symbolic
M Donia, S Ronen, CA Tetrault Sirsly
Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (1), 12556, 2015
22015
Corporate Social Actions and Reputation: From Doing Good to Looking Good
CA Tetrault Sirsly
Concordia University, 2012
22012
From Doing Good to Looking Even Better: The Dynamics of CSR and Reputation
E Lvina, CAT Sirsly
Business and Society 58 (6), 2019
2019
From Doing Good to Looking Good: A Longitudinal Study of Corporate Social Actions and Reputation
CA Tetrault Sirsly, E Lvina
Academy of Management Proceedings 2012 (1), 13304, 2012
2012
Doing Good or Just Good Enough: Employee Outcomes of Corporate Social Responsibility
M Donia, CA Tetrault Sirsly, G Johns, C Ratiu
Academy of Management Proceedings 2012 (1), 13868, 2012
2012
A Stakeholder View of Corporate Governance
CAT Sirsly
ASAC 28 (6), 2007
2007
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER VALUES AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: 75 YEARS OF LESSONS LEARNED 1
CT Sirsly
2007
DISENTANGLING CORPORATE REPUTATION: HOW MUCH DO TIME, FIRM AND INDUSTRY MATTER?
CAT Sirsly
THE IMPACT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL ACTIONS ON CORPORATE REPUTATION
S Sur
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