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Jones, Marc T. and Haigh, Matthew (2015). The Transnational Corporation and New Corporate Citizenship Theory: A Critical Analysis. In: McIntosh, Malcolm ed. Business, Capitalism and Corporate Citizenship: A Collection of Seminal Essays. Leeds: Greenleaf, pp. 129–152.

Haigh, Matthew (2015). Challenges in responsible investment research. In: Hebb, Tessa; Hawley, James P.; Hoepner, Andreas G.F.; Neher, Agnes L. and Wood, David eds. The Routledge Handbook of Responsible Investment. Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Accounting. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 536–542.

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Butler, C. D.; Stott, R.; Bowen, K.; Haigh, Matthew; Smith, B.; Braidwood, M. and Bowles, D. C. (2014). Climate change and health: from adaptation towards a solution. In: Butler, Colin D. ed. Climate Change and Global Health. CABI International, pp. 284–292.

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Hazelton, James and Haigh, Matthew (2013). Incorporating Sustainability into Accounting Curricula: Lessons Learnt From an Action Research Study. In: Sangster, Alan and Wilson, Richard M.S. eds. Liberalising the Accounting Curriculum in University Education. Routledge.

Haigh, Matthew M. and Shapiro, Matthew A. (2013). Do environmental policy instruments influence fiduciaries’ decisions? Environment and Planning A, 45(4) pp. 853–871.

Haigh, Matthew M. (2013). Deconstructing myth: low-carbon sustainability. Social Semiotics, 23(1) pp. 47–66.

Haigh, Matthew (2013). Stakeholders in Climate Policy Instruments: What Role for Financial Institutions? In: Cadman, Timothy ed. Climate Change and Global Policy Regimes: Towards Institutional Legitimacy. International Political Economy Series. Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 111–124.

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Haigh, Matthew and Shapiro, Matthew A. (2012). Carbon reporting: Does it matter? Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 25(1) pp. 105–125.

Haigh, Matthew (2012). Fiduciary finance ≠ stakeholder management: A reply to Cadman’s governance theory. Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment,, 2(2) pp. 119–135.

Haigh, Matthew and Guthrie, Lois (2012). Disclosing climate risk to investors: Is corporate reporting giving investors what they need? In: Jackson, Felicia ed. Corporate Climate Risk Disclosure: An Executive Guide to Monitoring and Disclosing Climate Risk. Environmental Finance, pp. 37–42.

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Haigh, Matthew (2011). Climate policy and financial institutions. Climate Policy, 11(6) pp. 1367–1385.

de Graaf, Frank Jan and Haigh, Matthew (2011). Activism in European Pension Funds: Exerting Pressure on Intermediaries. In: Sun, William; Louche, Céline and Pérez, Roland eds. Finance and Sustainability: Towards a New Paradigm? A Post-Crisis Agenda. Critical Studies on Corporate Responsibility, Governance and Sustainability (2). Emerald, pp. 119–143.

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Haigh, Matthew and Guthrie, James (2010). Management practices in Australasian ethical investment products: a role for environmental regulation? Business Strategy and the Environment, 19(3) pp. 147–163.

Hazelton, James and Haigh, Matthew (2010). Incorporating Sustainability into Accounting Curricula: Lessons Learnt From an Action Research Study. Accounting Education: An International Journal, 19(1-2) pp. 159–178.

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Haigh, Matthew and de Graaf, Frank Jan (2009). The implications of reform-oriented investment for regulation and governance. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 20(3) pp. 399–417.

Haigh, Matthew and Guthrie, James (2009). A political economy approach to regulated Australian information disclosures. Business Ethics: A European Review, 18(2) pp. 192–208.

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Haigh, Matthew (2007). What Counts in Social Managed Investments: Evidence from an International Survey. In: Lehman, Cheryl R. ed. Envisioning a New Accountability. Advances in Public Interest Accounting, 13. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp. 35–62.

Haigh, Matthew and Jones, Marc T. (2007). A Critical Review of Relations between Corporate Responsibility Research and Practice. Electronic Journal of Business Ethics and Organization Studies, 12(1) pp. 16–28.

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Haigh, Matthew (2006). Social investment: Subjectivism, sublation and the moral elevation of success. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 17(8) pp. 989–1005.

Haigh, Matthew (2006). Camouflage play: Making moral claims in managed investments. Accounting Forum, 30(3) pp. 267–283.

Haigh, Matthew (2006). Managed investments, managed disclosures: financial services reform in practice. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 19(2) pp. 186–204.

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Haigh, Matthew and Hazelton, James (2004). Financial Markets: A Tool for Social Responsibility? Journal of Business Ethics, 52(1) pp. 59–71.

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