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About Irene Henriques
My research interests span economics, stakeholder management and sustainability. My research and teaching are highly interdisciplinary. In the past few years I have undertaken interdisciplinary work with York University colleagues in science and law. My management research has its theoretical bases in both stakeholder theory and social sciences such as microeconomics, finance, management and ecology. I am currently examining the role that financial institutions, governments and businesses play in encouraging or discouraging social Indigenous entrepreneurs.
2018-2022 SSHRC Insight Grant
2015 to present Distinguished Visiting Star Professor, EGADE Business School, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico
2018-2019 Schulich Research Fellowship
2014 to present Co-Editor, Business & Society
2012-2014 Representative-at-large, Stakeholder Strategy IG, Strategic Management Society (SMS)
2005 “An International Comparison of the Factors Affecting Environmental Strategy and Performance” nominated by ONE division of Academy of Management for the Carolyn Dexter Best International Paper Award
2005 “An International Comparison of the Factors Affecting Environmental Strategy and Performance” nominated by ONE division of Academy of Management for the ONE Best Paper Award
2003 Best Paper Award for the Strategy Division of ASAC at the 2003 Conference: "Stakeholder Influences and Sustainability Practices in the Canadian Forest Products Industry"
Journal Articles – Refereed:
Barnett, M., Henriques, I. & Husted, B. W. (in press) The rise and stall of stakeholder influence: How the digital age limits social control. Academy of Management Perspectives.
Barnett, M., Henriques, I. & Husted, B. W. (2018) Governing the void between stakeholder management and sustainability. Advances in Strategic Management, 38: 121-143 .
Crane, A., Henriques, I. & Husted, B. W. (2017) Quants & Poets: Advancing methods and methodologies in Business & Society research. Business & Society, 57(1): 3-25.
Henriques, I. & Sadorsky, P. (forthcoming) Investor implications of divesting from fossil fuels. Global Finance Journal.
Aguiñaga, E., Henriques, I., Scheel, C. & Scheel, A. (2018) Building Resilience: A Self-sustainable Community Approach to the Triple Bottom Line. Journal of Cleaner Production, 173: 186-196.
Potvin, C., Creed, I., Sharma, D., Aitken, S., Anctil, F., Bennett, E., Berkes, F., Bernstein, S., Bleau, N., Bourque, A., Brown, B., Burch, S., Byrne, J., Cunsolo W., Dale, A., de Lange, D., Dyck, B., Entz, M., Etcheverry, J., Faucher, R., Fenech, A., Fraser, L., Henriques, I., Heyland, A., Hoffmann, M., Hoberg, G., Holden, M., Huang, G., Jacob, A. L., Jodoin, S., Kemper, A., Lucotte, M., Maranger, R., Margolis, L., Matthews, H. D., Damon, M., McDonnell, J., Meadowcroft, J., Messier, C., Mkandawire, M., Morency, C., Mousseau, N., Ken, O., Perl, S., Potvin, A., Ramos, H., Raudsepp-Hearne, C., Richards, N., Robinson, J., Sheppard, S., Simard, S., Sinclair, B., Slawinski, N., Stoddart, M., Villard, M.-A., Villeneuve, C., Wesche, S., Wright, T. (2017) Stimulating a Canadian Narrative for Climate Action, FACETS, 2(1), 131–149. Retrieved from http://facetsjournal.com/doi/abs/10.1139/facets-2016-0029
A. Crane, I. Henriques, B. Husted & D. Matten (2016) Publishing country studies in Business & Society: or, do we care about CSR in Mongolia? Business & Society, 55(1): 3-10.
D. Cumming, I. Henriques & P. Sadorsky (2016) “Cleantech” Venture Capital Around the World, International Review of Financial Analysis. 44: 86-97.
I. Henriques, P. Sadorsky (2013) Environmental Management Practices and Performance in Canada, Canadian Public Policy, 39(s2): 157-175.
I. Henriques, B. W. Husted and I. Montiel (2013) Spillover effects of voluntary environmental programs on greenhouse gas emissions: Lessons from Mexico. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 32(2): 296-322.
A. L. Smith, N. Klenk, S. Wood, N. Hewitt, I. Henriques, N. Yan and D. R. Bazely (2013) Second Generation Biofuels and Bioinvasions: An evaluation of invasive risks and policy responses in Canada and the United States, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 27: 30-42.
L.A. Perez-Batres, V.V. Miller, M.J. Pisani, I. Henriques and J.A. Renau-Sepulveda (2012) Why do firms engage in national sustainability programs and transparent reporting? Evidence from Mexico’s Clean Industry Program. Management International Review, 54 (1): 107-136.
A. L. Smith, N. Hewitt, N. Klenk, D.R. Bazely, N. Yan, S. Wood, I. Henriques, J.I. MacLellan and C. Lipsig-Mumme (2012) The effects of climate change on the distribution of invasive alien species in Canada: a knowledge synthesis of range change projections in a warming world. Environmental Reviews, 20: 1-16. (Lead article)
I. Henriques and P. Sadorsky (2011) The effect of oil price volatility on strategic investment, Energy Economics, 33(1): 79-87.
N. Hewitt, N. Klenk, A.L. Smith, D.R. Bazely, N. Yan, S. Wood, J.I. MacLellan, C. Lipsig-Mumme and I. Henriques (2011) Taking stock of the assisted migration debate. Biological Conservation, 144(11): 2560-2572.
N. Darnall, I. Henriques and P. Sadorsky (2010) Adopting Proactive Environmental Strategy: The Influence of Stakeholders and Firm Size, Journal of Management Studies, 47 (6), 1072-1094.
I. Henriques and P. Sadorsky (2010) Can environmental sustainability be used to manage energy price risk? Energy Economics, 32(5), 1131-1138.
Book Chapters - Refereed:
Henriques, I. (forthcoming),“Stakeholder Theory in Management Education” in Jay B. Barney, R. Edward Freeman, Jeffrey S Harrison and Robert A. Phillips (eds) The Cambridge Handbook of Stakeholder Theory , Cambridge University Press.
Henriques, I. (2011) “How can sustainable environmental stewardship enhance global competitiveness?”, in Subhash Jain and Ben Kedia (editors), Enhancing Global Competitiveness Through Sustainable Environmental Stewardship, Edward Elgar Publishing, Northhampton, MA.
Henriques, I. and P. Sadorsky (2010), “Voluntary Environmental Programs: A Canadian Perspective”, in Peter deLeon and Jorge Rivera (Eds.), Voluntary Environmental Programs: A Policy Perspective, Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield: New York. pp. 265-290.
Project Title Role Award Amount Year Awarded Granting Agency Project TitleIndigenous social entrepreneurship: A co-generated approach RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$344,754.00 Year Awarded2018-2022 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Insight Grant Project TitleEnvironmental Management Practices and Performance in Canada RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$10,000.00 Year Awarded2012-2013 Granting AgencyYork University - Sabbatical Leave Fellowship Fund Project TitleConnecting four research solitudes: The impacts and implications of climate change for invasive species, biodiversity and society RoleCo-Investigator Award Amount$80,000.00 Year Awarded2010-2014 Granting AgencyCanadian Foundation for Climate and Atmospheric Sciences Project TitleAn analysis of environmental technical and administrative innovations: A Dynamic perspective RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$105,250.00 Year Awarded2005-2009 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Standard Research Grant Project TitleOrganizing Capabilities, Institutional Influences and Environmental Management Systems: A comparative Study of the NAFTA Countries RoleCo-Investigator Award Amount$160,603.00 Year Awarded2005-2009 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Standard Research Grant Project TitleBuilding Canadian Corporate Competitiveness through Sustainable Development RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$ Year Awarded2004-2005 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Strategic Research Cluster Project TitleEnvironmental Policy Design and Firm-Level Management RoleCo-Investigator Award Amount$52,400.00 Year Awarded2002-2005 Granting AgencyOrganisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Project TitleFactors Shaping Sustainable Practices in the Canadian Forest Products Industry RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$ Year Awarded2000 Granting AgencySchulich School of Business - Small Research Grant