Do Chief Sustainability Officers Make Companies Greener? The Moderating Role of Regulatory Pressures

@article{Kanashiro2019DoCS,
  title={Do Chief Sustainability Officers Make Companies Greener? The Moderating Role of Regulatory Pressures},
  author={Patricia Kanashiro and Jorge E. Rivera},
  journal={Journal of Business Ethics},
  year={2019},
  volume={155},
  pages={687-701}
}
We draw from upper echelons theory to investigate whether the presence of a chief sustainability officer (CSO) is associated with better corporate environmental performance in highly polluting industries. Such firms are under strong pressure to remediate environmental damage, to comply with regulations, and to even exceed environmental standards. CSOs in these firms are likely to be hired as legitimate agents to lead and successfully implement environmental strategy aimed at reducing pollution… Expand
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