Roth S. (2019), Heal the world. A solution-focused systems therapy approach to environmental problems, Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 216 No. April, pp. 504-510 [SSCI 6.395, Scopus, FNEGE**, CABS**, VHB***]. Article available for download here. Abstract: In observing a capitalist lifestyle of addiction to relentless growth responsible for an imminent self-extinction of the human race, environmentalism […]Read more "Release | Heal the world. A solution-focused systems therapy approach to environmental problems"
Roth S., Valentinov V., Heidingsfelder M., and Pérez-Valls M. (2020) CSR beyond Economy and Society. A post-capitalist approach, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 165 No. 3, pp. 411-423 [SSCI 4.141, FT50, CNRS***, FNEGE****, CABS***, VHB***]. Online first version of the article available for download here. Abstract: In this article, we draw on established views of CSR dysfunctionalities to […]Read more "Release | CSR Beyond Economy and Society: A Post-capitalist Approach"
Roth S., Valentinov V., Kaivo-oja J., and Dana L.-P. (2018), Multifunctional organisation models. A systems-theoretical framework for new venture discovery and creation, Journal of Organizational Change Management, Vol. 31 No. 7, pp. 1383-1400 [SSCI 1.262, Scopus, CNRS**, FNEGE**, CABS**]. This article won an Emerald Literati Award 2019 for Highly Commended articles and has therefore been made […]Read more "Release | Multifunctional organisation models. A systems-theoretical framework for new venture discovery and creation"
Roth S., Melkonyan A., Kaivo-oja J., Manke B., and Dana L.-P. (2018), Interfunctional business models. Map to an uncharted quadrant of the blue ocean, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing, Vol. 10, No. 5, pp. 581–595 [Scopus, ABS*, VHB***]. Abstract: This article makes a case for the significance that borders have for new venture discovery. Since markets are […]Read more "Release | Interfunctional business models. Map for the next venture discoveries"
Valentinov V., Roth S., and Will M. G. (2019), Stakeholder theory: A Luhmannian perspective, Administration and Society, Vol. 51 No. 5, pp. 826-849 [SSCI 1.698, Scopus, CNRS***, FNEGE**, ABS**, VHB**]. Abstract: We explore the cross-fertilization potential between stakeholder theory and Niklas Luhmann’s social systems theory. Social systems, such as corporations or nonprofits, are defined by complexity reduction […]Read more "Release | Stakeholder Theory: A Luhmannian Perspective"
Highlights: Foresights and futures studies depend on the adequacy of our knowledge of the present and the past. Big data evidence suggests that the English language area was not capitalist between 1800 and 2000. Popular social macro trend statements ought to be regularly scrutinised so as to reduce the risk that inadequate trend assumptions are […]Read more "Release | Was that capitalism? A future-oriented big data analysis of the 19th and 20th century"
Will M. G., Roth S., and Valentinov V. (2018), From nonprofit diversity to organizational multifunctionality: a systems-theoretical proposal, Administration and Society, Vol. 50 No. 7, pp. 1015-1036 [SSCI 1.698, Scopus, CNRS***, ABS**, VHB**]. Abstract: The remarkable feature of the nonprofit sector is its astonishing diversity. This feature gets short shrift in the traditional market or […]Read more "Release | From nonprofit diversity to organizational multifunctionality: a systems-theoretical proposal"
Roth S. (2017), Parsons, Luhmann, Spencer Brown. NOR design for double contingency tables, Kybernetes, Vol. 46 No. 8, pp. 1469-1482 [SCI .881, Scopus, ABS*]. Final version available for download here (or at emeraldinsight.com). Purpose: Cross tables are omnipresent in management, academia and popular culture. The Matrix has us, despite all criticism, opposition and desire for a way out. […]Read more "Parsons, Luhmann, Spencer Brown. NOR design for double contingency tables"
Modern societies are usually defined as relatively unreligious, dominated by money and power rather than religious beliefs. But why are we so sure that secularisation and the dominance of politics and economy are in the DNA of modern societies? We turned these and similar assumptions into big data research questions and found that, despite all contradicting […]Read more "Power not money is the new religion. Big data @The Conversation"