Sara Walton
Sara Walton
Department of Management, University of Otago
Verified email at otago.ac.nz
TitleCited byYear
Creating adventures in wonderland: The journey metaphor and environmental sustainability
MJ Milne, K Kearins, S Walton
Organization 13 (6), 801-839, 2006
4012006
Words not actions! The ideological role of sustainable development reporting
MJ Milne, H Tregidga, S Walton
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal 22 (8), 1211-1257, 2009
3602009
What motivates ecopreneurs to start businesses?
J Kirkwood, S Walton
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research 16 (3), 204-228, 2010
2262010
The triple-bottom-line: benchmarking New Zealand’s early reporters
S Walton, H Tregidga, MJ Milne
University of Otago, 2003
1182003
Redefining the boundaries? Making sense of career in contemporary New Zealand
S Walton, M Mallon
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 42 (1), 75-95, 2004
762004
The energy cultures framework: Exploring the role of norms, practices and material culture in shaping energy behaviour in New Zealand
J Stephenson, B Barton, G Carrington, A Doering, R Ford, D Hopkins, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 7, 117-123, 2015
752015
Career and learning: the ins and the outs of it
M Mallon, S Walton
Personnel Review 34 (4), 468-487, 2005
482005
Encouraging sustainable entrepreneurship in climate-threatened communities: a Samoan case study
BJ Gray, S Duncan, J Kirkwood, S Walton
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development 26 (5-6), 401-430, 2014
462014
Business makes a journey out of sustainability: Creating adventures in wonderland
MJ Milne, K Kearins, S Walton
Proceedings of 4th APIRA Conference, 4-6, 2004
432004
Site the mine in our backyard! Discursive strategies of community stakeholders in an environmental conflict in New Zealand
S Walton
Organization & Environment 20 (2), 177-203, 2007
422007
How ecopreneurs’ green values affect their international engagement in supply chain management
J Kirkwood, S Walton
Journal of International Entrepreneurship 8 (2), 200-217, 2010
402010
How green is green? Ecopreneurs balancing environmental concerns and business goals
J Kirkwood, S Walton
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 21 (1), 37-51, 2014
382014
Emerging energy transitions: PV uptake beyond subsidies
R Ford, S Walton, J Stephenson, D Rees, M Scott, G King, J Williams, ...
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 117, 138-150, 2017
232017
Engaging with a Laclau & Mouffe informed discourse analysis: a proposed framework
S Walton, B Boon
Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: An International …, 2014
152014
Eco‐innovation and business performance: the moderating effects of environmental orientation and resource commitment in green‐oriented SME s
JA Zhang, S Walton
R&D Management 47 (5), E26-E39, 2017
122017
How do developing country constraints affect renewable energy entrepreneurs?
CA Gabriel, J Kirkwood, S Walton, EL Rose
Energy for sustainable development 35, 52-66, 2016
122016
WORDS OF ACTION: THE CENTRIST AND PRAGMATIC DISCOURSE OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT REPORTING.
MJ MILNE, H TREGIDGA, S WALTON
Academy of Management Proceedings 2008 (1), 1-6, 2008
122008
Tempered radicals! Ecopreneurs as change agents for sustainability–an exploratory study
S Walton, J Kirkwood
International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation 2 (5), 461-475, 2013
102013
Words not actions! The ideological role of sustainable development reporting
S Walton
Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal228 1211, 1257, 2009
102009
MAKING GREENING MATTER! ECOPRENEURS COMMITMENT TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS AND ECONOMIC SUCCESS.
S WALTON, J KIRKWOOD
Academy of Management Proceedings 2009 (1), 1-6, 2009
92009
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