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Liudmila Nazarkina

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journal paper
Mueller, S., Nazarkina, L., Volkmann, C., & Blank, C. (2011). Social Entrepreneurship Research as a Means of Transformation: A Vision for the Year 2028. Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 2(1), 112-120, DOI:10.1080/19420676.2011.555463.
   
Jørgensen, A., Le Bocq, A., Nazarkina, L., & Hauschild, M. (2008). Methodologies for Social Life Cycle Assessment. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 13(2), 96-103.
   
book
Binswanger, H. C., Sunde, U., Vischer, T., Kienzler, D., Kreutzer, M., Oschlies, M., Nazarkina, L., Rüdisser, M. F., Dwertmann, D. J. G., Kunz, J. J., Roy, F. ., Komba, X. K., Meissner, F., Pieper, C., Rubel, H., & Schädler, J., Mennillo, G. (Ed.), Schlenzig, T. (Ed.), & Friedrich, E. (Ed.) (2012). Balanced Growth: finding strategies for sustainable development. Berlin: Springer. - ISBN 978-3-642-24652-4.
   
conference paper
Nazarkina, L. (2012). Designing growth strategies for sustainable enterprises: Investigating the link between multiple organizational identities, strategic choice and strategy legitimacy. In Design!? – 28th EGOS Colloquium, pp.1: 28th EGOS Colloquium.
   
Nazarkina, L. (2012). How to grow your organic business: Multiple organizational identities of sustainable enterprises and their growth strategies. In , pp.1: GRONEN Research Conference 2012.
   
Nazarkina, L. (2011). The Big Green Sell Out: Setting a Research Agenda to Explore Growth Strategies of Ethical Businesses. In West meets East: Enlightening, Balancing, Transcending, Paper Session 606, pp.39. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Nazarkina, L. (2011). Selling without selling out: Growth dilemma of sustainability-driven firms. In Managing in a Global Economy XIV: Global Web of Knowledge. USA: EAOM Eastern Academy of Management International. - ISBN 978-0-9742304-3-6.
   
presentation
Nazarkina, L. (2011). It’s not easy being green, or why sustainability entrepreneurs sell their businesses. Presented at oikos Young Scholars Entrepreneurship Academy 2011, Filzbach, Switzerland.
   
 
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