Benjamin A. Neville
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Why ethical consumers don’t walk their talk: Towards a framework for understanding the gap between the ethical purchase intentions and actual buying behaviour of ethically …
MJ Carrington, BA Neville, GJ Whitwell
Journal of business ethics 97 (1), 139-158, 2010
7822010
Stakeholder multiplicity: Toward an understanding of the interactions between stakeholders
BA Neville, B Menguc
Journal of business ethics 66 (4), 377-391, 2006
3702006
Corporate reputation, stakeholders and the social performance‐financial performance relationship
MJ Polonsky, BA Neville, SJ Bell, B Mengüç
European Journal of Marketing, 2005
3482005
Convergence versus divergence of CSR in developing countries: An embedded multi-layered institutional lens
D Jamali, B Neville
Journal of Business Ethics 102 (4), 599-621, 2011
3372011
Lost in translation: Exploring the ethical consumer intention–behavior gap
MJ Carrington, BA Neville, GJ Whitwell
Journal of Business Research 67 (1), 2759-2767, 2014
2752014
Stakeholder salience revisited: Refining, redefining, and refueling an underdeveloped conceptual tool
BA Neville, SJ Bell, GJ Whitwell
Journal of business ethics 102 (3), 357-378, 2011
1962011
“Norming” and “conforming”: integrating cultural and institutional explanations for sustainability adoption in business
DV Caprar, BA Neville
Journal of Business Ethics 110 (2), 231-245, 2012
812012
The ideology of the ethical consumption gap
MJ Carrington, D Zwick, B Neville
Marketing Theory 16 (1), 21-38, 2016
772016
Authenticity: Further theoretical and practical development
H Gundlach, B Neville
Journal of Brand Management 19 (6), 484-499, 2012
512012
STAKEHOLDER SALIENCE REVISITED: TOWARD AN ACTIONABLE TOOL FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF STAKEHOLDERS.
BA Neville, SJ Bell, G Whitwell
Academy of Management Proceedings 2004 (1), D1-D6, 2004
312004
a, & Whitwell, GJ (2010). Why Ethical Consumers Don’t Walk Their Talk: Towards a Framework for Understanding the Gap Between the Ethical Purchase Intentions and Actual Buying …
MJ Carrington, B Neville
Journal of Business Ethics 97 (1), 139-158, 0
20
A new perspective on the incentive–blood donation relationship: Partnership, congruency, and affirmation of competence
D Chmielewski, LL Bove, J Lei, B Neville, A Nagpal
Transfusion 52 (9), 1889-1900, 2012
182012
The effectiveness of a single intervention of computer‐aided argument mapping in a marketing and a financial accounting subject
M Carrington, R Chen, M Davies, J Kaur, B Neville
Higher Education Research & Development 30 (3), 387-403, 2011
172011
Stakeholder salience revisited: toward an action tool for the management of stakeholders
B Neville, S Bell, G Whitwell
Academy of Management Best Conference Paper, SIM D1-D5, Montreal, July, 2004
152004
Stakeholder salience reloaded: operationalising corporate social responsibility
BA Neville, B Menguc, SJ Bell
ANZMAC 2003 Conference Proceedings, Adelaide, 1883-1889, 2003
112003
Unmanageable multiplicity: consumer transformation towards moral self coherence
MJ Carrington, B Neville, R Canniford
European Journal of Marketing 49 (7/8), 1300-1325, 2015
92015
Marketers are consumers too: integrating consumer-self in potential value creation
MJ Carrington, BA Neville
European Journal of Marketing 50 (5/6), 863-891, 2016
72016
Activism and abdication on the inside: The effect of everyday practice on corporate responsibility
M Carrington, D Zwick, B Neville
Journal of Business Ethics, 1-27, 2018
42018
Rediscovering divergence in developing countries’ CSR
N Turkina, BA Neville, S Bice
Development-Oriented Corporate Social Responsibility: Volume 2, 13-36, 2017
42017
Reframing The Ethical Consumption ‘Gap’
M Carrington, B Neville
Looking Forward, Looking Back: Drawing on the Past to Shape the Future of …, 2016
32016
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