All SMART publications
Hanna Ahlström and Sarah E. Cornell (2018): 'Governance, Polycentricity and the Global Nitrogen and Phosphorus Cycles', Environment Science & Policy, volume 79 issue 1, pp. 54-65.
Andrew Johnston, Climate-Related Financial Disclosures: What Next for Environmental Sustainability (February 12, 2018). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research paper No. 2018-02. Available at SSRN.
Reijo Knuutinen and Matleena Pietiläinen (2018): ´Responsible Investment: Taxes and Paradoxes`, Nordic Tax Journal, volume 1 issue 1, pp. 135-150. Available online (open access)
María Jesús Muñoz-Torres, María Ángeles Fernández-Izquierdo, Juana M. Rivera-Lirio, Idoya Ferrero-Ferrero, Elena Escrig-Olmedo, José Vicente Gisbert-Navarro and María Chiara Marullo (2018): 'An Assessment Tool to Integrate Sustainability Principles into the Global Supply Chain', Sustainability, Volume 10, issue 2, pp. 535 - 555. Available online (open access).
Beate Sjåfjell (2018): 'Redefining the Corporation for a Sustainable New Economy', Journal of Law and Society, volume 45 issue 1, pp. 29-45. Available online (open Access until 31 December 2018).
Karin Buhmann, Neglecting the Proactive Aspect of Human Rights Due Diligence? A Critical Appraisal of the EU's Non-Financial Reporting Directive as a Pillar One Avenue for Promoting Pillar Two Action (October 25, 2017). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research paper No. 2017-34. Available at SSRN.
Elena Escrig-Olmedo, Juana María Rivera-Lirio, María Jesús Munoz-Torres, María Ángeles Fernández-Izquierdo (2017): 'Integrating Multiple ESG Investors' Preferences into Sustainable Investment: A Fuzzy Multicriteria Methodological Approach', Journal of Cleaner Production, volume 162, 20 September 2017, pp. 1334-1345 (requires log-in).
Andrew Johnston, 'The Shrinking Scope of CSR in UK Corporate Law' (2017), Washington and Lee Law Review, volume 74, pp. 1001-1042 (requires log-in).
Andrew Johnston and Kerrie Sadiq, 'Beyond Country-by-Country Reporting: A Modest Proposal to Enhance Corporate Accountability' (2017), New Zealand Universities Law Review, volume 27, pp. 569-600 (abstract available).
Genevieve LeBaron and Andreas Rühmkorf (2017) ‘The domestic politics of corporate accountability legislation: struggles over the 2015 UK Modern Slavery Act’, Socio Economic Review (published: 02 December 2017), available online (open access).
David Monciardini, John Dumay and Lucia Biondi, Integrated Reporting and EU Law. Competing, Converging or Complementary Regulatory Frameworks? (June 7, 2017). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research paper No. 2017-23. Available at SSRN.
Maria Jesús Muñoz-Torres, Maria Angeles Fernández Izquierdo, Juana Maria Rivera Lirio, Idoya Ferrero-Ferrero and Elena Escrig Olmedo, Responsible Investment as Market Driver for Sustainable Development (June 7, 2017). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research paper No. 2017-24. Available at SSRN.
Jukka Mähönen, Public Entities as Institutional Investors for Corporate Sustainability (June 7, 2017). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research paper No. 2017-25. Available at SSRN.
Heidi Rapp Nilsen, The Hierarchy of Resource Use in a Sustainable Circular Economy (June 7, 2017). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research paper No. 2017-22. Available at SSRN.
Katerina Peterkova, Life-Cycle Based Climate Regulation Through Supply Chain Contracts (May 26, 2017). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research paper No. 2017-22. Available at SSRN.
Jaakko Salminen, Governance Through Contract and the Environmental Impact of Supply Chains - Still Waiting for a 'Rana Plaza' Moment of Global Recognition (June 13, 2017). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research paper No. 2017-28. Available at SSRN.
Beate Sjåfjell (2017): ‘When the Solution Becomes the Problem: The Triple Failure of Corporate Governance Codes’, in Jean Jacques Du Plessis and C.K. Low (eds), Corporate Governance Codes for the 21st Century: International Perspectives and Critical Analyses (Springer Verlag, 2017), pp. 23-55. The book and the chapter is electronically available from the publisher (for a fee). A working paper version is freely available at SSRN
Beate Sjåfjell (2017) 'Achieving Corporate Sustainability: What is the Role of the Shareholder?' In Hanne Birkmose (ed.) Shareholders' duties. New York: Kluwer Law International.
Beate Sjåfjell, Dismantling the Legal Myth of Shareholder Primacy: The Corporation as a Sustainable Market Actor (February 6, 2017). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2017-03. Available at SSRN.
Beate Sjåfjell, Heidi Rapp Nilsen and Benjamin Richardson, Investing in Sustainability or Feeding on Stranded Assets? The Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global (June 19, 2017). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2017-29. Available at SSRN.
Katrien Steenmans, Rosalind Malcolm and Jane Marriott, Commodification of Waste: Legal and Theoretical Approaches to Industrial Symbiosis as Part of a Circular Economy (June 10, 2017). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2017-26. Available at SSRN.
Dániel Gergely Szabó, Fueling Life-Cycle Assessment: Lessons from the Life-Cycle Assessment of Transport Fuels (June 13, 2017). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper 2017-27. Available at SSRN.
Linn Anker-Sørensen (2016): Financial Engineering as an Alternative Veil for the Corporate Group.
Jukka Mähönen (2016): The Pervasive Issue of Liability in Corporate Groups
Beate Sjåfjell, Bridge Over Troubled Water: Corporate Law Reform for Life-Cycle Based Governance and Reporting (November 22, 2016). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2016-23. Available at SSRN.
Beate Sjåfjell (2016): The Courts as Environmental Champions: The Norwegian Hempel Cases
Vibe Ulfbeck and Andreas Bloch Ehlers (2016): Tort Law, Corporate Groups and Supply Chain Liability for Workers' Injuries: The Concept of Vicarious
Maja Van Der Velden (2016) "Design as Regulation: Opportunities and Limitations for Sustainable Mobile Phone Design". In Culture, Technology, Communication. Common World, Different Futures: 10th IFIP WG 13.8 International Conference, CaTaC 2016, London, UK, June 15-17, 2016, Revised Selected Papers. Springer International Publishing AG. pp. 32 - 54
Beate Sjåfjell and Mark B. Taylor, Planetary Boundaries and Company Law: Towards a Regulatory Ecology of Corporate Sustainability (May 26, 2015). University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 2015-11. Available at SSRN.