Recent Submissions

  • Public service management reform: an institutional work and collective framing approach 

    Bertz, J; Quinn, M; Burns, J (Routledge, 1 May 2023)
    Research on how public service management copes in difficult times is needed. This paper theorizes how collective action frames are created to nurture new practices in challenging contexts. The case concerns an Irish local ...
  • ESG positioning in private infrastructure fundraising 

    Duncombe, S; Park, M; Tarsalewska, M; et al. (Elsevier, 9 September 2023)
    We examine if environmental, social and governance (ESG) positioning by private equity infrastructure funds affects fundraising success. We use novel hand-collected data from a proprietary sample of fund marketing documents. ...
  • Learning to be green: Accounting comparability and environmental violations 

    Chircop, J; Tarsalewska, M; Trzeciakiewicz, A (Elsevier, 29 July 2023)
    Over recent years there has been an increasing awareness of the costs to the environment of corporate actions. We posit that accounting comparability between a firm and its peers, facilitates firm learning of the impact ...
  • Innovation in Private Equity 

    Tarsalewska, M (Palgrave Macmillan, 15 August 2023)
    Definition/Description Innovation is critical from the firm perspective as it has consequences for the long-term growth and productivity; however, it is costly investment with uncertain outcome. This entry analyzes the ...
  • Information complementarities and the dynamics of transparency shock spillovers 

    Banerjee, S; Dasgupta, S; Shi, R; et al. (Wiley, 2023)
    We show that information complementarities play an important role in the spillover of transparency shocks. We exploit the revelation of financial misconduct by S&P 500 firms, and in a “Stacked Difference-in-Differences” ...

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