Petra Dilling, Ph.D.

Petra Dilling

Petra Dilling, Ph.D.

School: Management
Department: Accounting and Financial Studies

Rank: Associate Professor
Primary Domain of Expertise: Financial and Non-financial Reporting/Corporate Social Responsibility
Education: Ph.D. - University of Frankfurt

Member of NYIT since: 2007
Administrative Title: Associate Dean (Vancouver)

Campus: Vancouver
Office: 701 W. Georgia St., Room 1710
Phone: 604.639.0942 x5906

Representative Intellectual Contributions

Dilling, P. (2013) "Communication of corporate social responsibility information on Canadian corporate webpages;" International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability; Vol. 8:XX-XX.

Dilling, P. & Harris, P. (2012) "Managerial opportunities post the last in first out (LIFO) methods (2012);" Journal of Global Business Management 8(1): pp.160-165

Dilling, P. & Lorne, F. (2012) "Creating values for sustainability: stakeholders engagement, incentive alignment, and value currency;" Economics Research International; Article ID 142910, doi:10.1155/2012/142910: pp.1-9

Dilling, P. (2011) "Stakeholder perception of corporate social responsibility;" International Journal of Management and Marketing Research; 4(2): pp.23-34

Dilling, P. (2011) "Stakeholder perception of corporate social responsibility - CSR reporting and organizational age matter;" The Institute for Business and Finance Research; January 2-5; Las Vegas, Nevada.

Dilling, Petra (2010) "Sustainability reporting in a global context: what are the characteristics of corporations that provide high quality sustainability reports – an empirical analysis;" International Business and Economics Research Journal; 9(1): pp. 19-30

Dilling, P., Harris, P. & Khoo, B. (2009): "The effect of corporate social responsibility related information on the capital market: an empirical event study approach;" Journal of Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review 5(3): pp. 119-127

Dilling, P. (2009) "Characteristics of sustainable corporations - are they really more profitable and better governed? Empirical evidence from a global perspective;" Peer-reviewed proceedings from the 15th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference; July 5-8, 2009; Utrecht, Netherlands.

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