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Access to the Corporate Venture Capital Investors' Complementary Resources to Leverage Innovation
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Access to the Corporate Venture Capital Investors’ Complementary Resources to Leverage Innovation

The aim of this study is to provide investors, policymakers and others with information on how greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and green innovation affect corporate financial performance. Although reporting by corporate venture capital (CVC) firms on GHG emissions as well as their green innovation has increased significantly, especially in the last two decades, little is known about how these two factors affect financial performance. To fill this gap, this article investigates the relationships between environmental performance, green innovation, and financial performance in CVC investments in the US over an 18-year period between 2002 and 2019.

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CHAUDHURI Ranjan - EMLV |
Based on institutional theory and the dynamic capability view, this study delves into the relationship between a firm’s climate change adaptation (CCA) capability and its performance, with a focus on the mediating influence of business-to-business (B2B) marketing capability. The study poses two main research questions: RQ1: What role do institutional pressures play in fostering CCA capability among B2B firms in both developed and developing countries? RQ2: How does the CCA capability of B2B firms impact their performance? To validate the theoretical model developed, data is collected through surveys conducted in a developed country (Australia) and a developing country (South Africa). The study holds significance on two fronts: (a) being among the first to examine the influence of institutional pressures on CCA capability development, and (b) uncovering the mediating role of marketing capability in enhancing B2B firm performance through CCA capability. The study’s novel contribution lies in identifying pivotal elements for driving exceptional B2B firm performance amidst climate change, while employing institutional theory and the dynamic capability view to elucidate underlying mechanisms.
BAG Surajit - EMLV |
With improving environmental consciousness and the growing demand for valuable resources, waste recycling has become an important concern. This work studies the profit of recyclers and platforms with a degree of trust-building in the reverse logistics system considering the following scenarios: online recycling platform builds trust or not under centralized and decentralized models. The results show that trust-building can effectively make more revenue for the system of the online recycling platform with enhanced demand if the cost of the trust-building construction is relatively low. The revenue-sharing contract is more profitable than the cost-sharing contract but fails to achieve optimization in the integrated setting. We find a new decision support tool for optimal strategies under different decision-making models.
YUAN Zhe - EMLV |
This cross-cultural study (individualistic vs. collectivistic culture) applies construal level theory, exploring the impact of cause familiarity on brand attitudes and how cause–brand fit mediates this link. The study also examines how perceived betrayal moderates the relationship between cause–brand fit and brand attitude. Data collection involved 455 participants from French and Turkish cultures via snowball sampling. Findings show cause familiarity significantly influences brand attitude, with attitude toward fit in a cause–brand alliance as a mediator. Perceived betrayal also moderates the cause–brand fit and brand attitude relationship, shedding light on the positive effects of aligning with a familiar cause on brand attitudes, emphasizing the crucial role of fit in such alliances.
KHELLADI Insaf - EMLV |
REZAEE VESSAL Saeedeh - EMLV |

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CHAUDHURI Ranjan - EMLV |
When time is of the essence and teams face unexpected contextual changes, they must adapt quickly, sometimes even in real time, that is, they may have to improvise. This paper adopts an inductive approach to explore how teams decide to engage in improvised adaptation, and what happens during those processes for improvisation to be successful. The study analyzes improvisation from the perspective of paradox theory and identifies six paradoxical tensions driven by these contexts: deployment, development, temporal, procedural, structural, and behavioral tensions. We propose a dynamic equilibrium model of team improvised adaptation that leads to team plasticity.
ABRANTES Antonio - TBS Education |
Sylvain Bureau is a Professor of entrepreneurship on the Paris campus. Based on his research, he developed the Art Thinking method, designed to help new strategies, managerial solutions, business models, or communication tools that appear to be improbable at first sight emerge with certainty by using the artist’s mindset. A Visiting scholar at Duke University, UC Berkeley and the City University of New York, Sylvain Bureau teaches this agile method  in collaboration with artists and cultural institutions in France and abroad.
BUREAU Sylvain - ESCP Business School |
Alisa Sydow is an Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation on the Turin campus. Her research interests lie in entrepreneurship, with a specific emphasis on the African context. Alisa is also the founder of Nampelka - a start-up that provides a platform to connect women entrepreneurs from developing countries with international experts to create a shared learning experience.
SYDOW Alisa - ESCP Business School |

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