Amir is one of the top 25 youngest world leaders in sustainable business (2degrees), a Science Sentinel (publons), world’s young researcher nominee (Antwerp), and He is a sustainability researcher and CSR consultant, an external reviewer for several Int. academic journals (JCR & Scopus), a research contributor to leading Sustainability platforms. He has published with JCLP, Scandinavian J. Man., Fuzzy Eco. Rev., & Soc. Resp. J.
*Rahdari, Amir H. (2016), Hyper-Transparency: The Stakeholders Uprising, in David Crowther, Shahla Seifi (ed.) Corporate Responsibility and Stakeholding (Developments in Corporate Governance and Responsibility, Volume 10) Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.3 – 30.
* Rahdari, Amir; et al. (2016), Achieving sustainability through Schumpeterian social entrepreneurship: The role of
social enterprises, Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 137, pp. 347-360, 10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.06.159.
* Rahdari, Amir H. (2016), Opportunities and Challenges of Circular Economy: The Case of Iran, October 2016,
* Rahdari, Amir H. (2016), Developing a fuzzy corporate performance rating system: a petrochemical industry case
study, Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 131, pp. 421-434, 10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.05.007.
* Rahdari, Amir Hossein (2016), Book Review: Thinking the 21st Century: The Ideas for a New Political Economy
(By: Malcolm McIntosh), Scandinavian Journal of Management, Volume 32, Issue 2, pp. 119-120. DOI: 10.1016/j.
* Rahdari, Amir H., ; Braendle, Udo(2016) Linguistic perception of corporate responsibility disclosure: the case of
Japanese Idemitsu, Social Responsibility Journal, Volume 12, 2, pp. 643-659 (presented in International Con on
Organization and Management (ICOM); Abu Dhabi, UAE, November 22-23).
* Braendle, Udo; Rahdari, Amir Hossein (2016) Corporate Governance and Remuneration in Alexander Kostyuk,
et al. (Eds.), Theory and Practice of Directors’ Remuneration: New Fundamentals and Challenges, Emerald.
* Braendle, Udo; Rahdari, Amir Hossein (2016), Executive Compensation in the 21st Century: Future Directions
in Alexander Kostyuk, et al. (Eds.), Theory and Practice of Directors’ Remuneration: New Fundamentals and Challenges,
* Rahdari, Amir Hossein; Anvary Rostamy, Ali Asghar, (2015), Designing a General Set of Sustainability Indicators
at the Corporate Level, Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 108, Part A, 1, pp. 757–771, DOI: 10.1016/j.
jclepro.2015.05.108 (December 2015).
* Braendle, Udo; Sepasi, Sahar; Rahdari, Amir Hossein. (2014), Fuzzy Evaluation of Service Quality in the Banking
Sector: A Decision Support System, Fuzzy Economic Review, Volume 19, Issue 2, pp. 47-79.
Sustainability Research Group (SRG) intends to contribute to sustainability education, research, and science by conducting academic studies and industry research.
Corporate governance has experienced numerous changes in chime with the exigencies of the time during which it has been introduced or the context in which it has been practiced. Its gestation can be divided into three stages of development namely traditional governance, the current transitional governance, and the upcoming sustainable governance. Traditional governance refer to the period hitherto the industrial revolution when corporations have not yet been formed, in today’s sense, but the governance structures were already in place in the existing entities at the time. Transitional governance refers to a period between the industrial revolution and the information age when corporations started to rise as a new economic entity. Reviewing the dominant corporate governance models are integral to the transitional era. At the end of the transitional governance era, a transmogrification in corporate governance is underway to prepare itself for the coming age of sustainability.