Saphira Rekker
Saphira Rekker
Lecturer Finance, University of Queensland
Verified email at business.uq.edu.au
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Corporate social responsibility and CEO compensation revisited: Do disaggregation, market stress, gender matter?
SAC Rekker, KL Benson, RW Faff
Journal of Economics and Business 72, 84-103, 2014
782014
Divestment from fossil fuel companies: Confluence between policy and strategic viewpoints
MK Linnenluecke, C Meath, S Rekker, BK Sidhu, T Smith
Australian Journal of Management 40 (3), 478-487, 2015
532015
Do high and low‐ranked sustainability stocks perform differently?
DD Lee, RW Faff, SAC Rekker
International Journal of Accounting & Information Management, 2013
452013
Converting planetary boundaries into action, a new approach to meeting global greenhouse gas targets: A pitch
S Rekker
Accounting and Management Information Systems 15 (1), 160-167, 2016
252016
The relationship between culture and information privacy policy
S Cockcroft, S Rekker
Electronic Markets 26 (1), 55-72, 2016
242016
Do sustainability rating schemes capture climate goals?
SAC Rekker, JE Humphrey, KR O’Brien
Business & Society 60 (1), 125-160, 2021
172021
Comparing extraction rates of fossil fuel producers against global climate goals
SAC Rekker, KR O’Brien, JE Humphrey, AC Pascale
Nature Climate Change 8 (6), 489-492, 2018
132018
Motivating postgrad research students to pitch their ideas: What have we learned from'pitching research'competitions at UQ?
RW Faff, N Babakhani, R Carrick, A Chen, K Dallest, L Daunt, M Escobar, ...
132017
Motivating Postgrad Research Students to Pitch Their Ideas: What Have We Learned from
RW Faff, R Carrick, A Chen, K Dallest, M Escobar, G Foley, C Gill, ...
Pitching Research” Competitions at UQ, 2017
92017
Research can (and should) support corporate decarbonization
B Wade, S Rekker
Nature Climate Change 10 (12), 1064-1065, 2020
42020
The Paris-compliant company: Measuring transition performance using a strict science-based approach
S Rekker, M Ives, B Wade, C Greig, L Webb
2021
Raw data for figures in" The Paris Compliant Company: Measuring transition performance against the Paris goals using a strict science-based approach"
S Rekker
The University of Queensland, 2021
2021
Measuring corporate performance in meeting climate change limits using a planetary boundaries approach
S Rekker
2019
Fossil fuel producers' reserves (2010) and production (2010-2015) burnable fossil fuel allowances, proportion extracted (2011-2015), and estimated year to finish
S Rekker
The University of Queensland, 2018
2018
Tying green bonds to Australia’s commitments to the COP 21 agreement
S Rekker, J Humphrey
2016
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