Andrew A. King

PROFESSOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Business and the Natural Environment

My work on this topic falls into four areas:

Reviews of the Field
Corporate Strategy
Gaining Environmental Capabilities
Environmental Capabilities and Financial Performance

REVIEWS OF THE FIELD

Berchicci, L., & King, A. 2007. Postcards from the edge:  A review of the business and environment literature. Annals of the Academy of Management. 513 - 547

CORPORATE STRATEGY

Berchicci, L. Dowell, G. & King, A. Environmental Performance and Corporate Strategy:  Exploring Acquisitions Among US Manufacturing Firms. (Forthcoming in Strategic Management Journal)

King, A. & Shaver, M. 2001. Are aliens green? Assessing foreign establishments’ environmental conduct in the U.S. Strategic Management Journal, 22(11): 244-256

GAINING ENVIRONMENTAL CAPABILITIES

Lenox, M. & King, A. 2004. Prospects for developing absorptive capacity through internal information provision. Strategic Management Journal,25(4): 331-345

King, A. & Lenox, M. 2001b. Lean and green?  An empirical examination of the relationship between lean production and environmental performance. Production and Operations Management, 10(3): 244-257

King, A. 2000. Organizational response to environmental regulation: Punctuated change or autogenesis?  Business Strategy and the Environment,4 (9): 224-238

Lenox, M., King, A. & Ehrenfeld, J. 2000. An assessment of design-for-environment practices in leading U.S. electronics firms, Interfaces,30(3): 83-94

King, A. 1999. Retrieving and transferring embodied data: Implications for management of interdependence within organizations. Management Science,45(7): 918-935

King, A. 1992. Innovation from differentiation: Pollution control departments and innovation in the printed circuit industry. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 42(3): 270-277

ENVIRONMENTAL CAPABILITIES AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

King, A. & Lenox, M. 2002. Exploring the locus of profitable pollution reduction. Management Science, 48(2):289-299

King, A. & Lenox, M. 2001c. Does it really pay to be green? The Journal of Industrial Ecology, 5(1): 105-116


CONTACT

Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
114 Buchanan Hall
Hanover, NH 03755
Tel: 603-646-8985
andrew.a.king@dartmouth.edu