• Basic Information
  • Awards & Honors
  • Publications
  • Areas of Interest
  • Professional Affiliations
  • Presentations

Jennifer L. DeBoer

Assistant Professor of Business Management

[email protected]
920-748-8393
Office: Todd Wehr 314, ext. 8393

Basic Information

Education

  • B.A., Business Management Economics, University of California-Santa Cruz
  • MBA, Humboldt State University
  • Ph.D., Sustainable Business Management, University of British Columbia

Courses Taught

  • BSA 110: Introduction to Management
  • BSA 208: Introduction to Marketing
  • BSA 223: Business and Society
  • BSA 315: Strategic Management

Awards & Honors

  • BioProducts Institute Rising Star Award, 2018.
  • Mary and David MacAree Fellowship, 2017 & 2018.

Publications

  • DeBoer, J., Panwar, R., Kozak, R., & Cashore, B. (2019). Squaring the circle: Refining the
    competitiveness logic for the circular bioeconomy. Forest Policy and Economics, 101858.
  • DeBoer, J., Panwar, R., & Rivera, J. (2017). Toward a place‐based understanding of business
    sustainability: The role of green competitors and green locales in firms' voluntary
    environmental engagement. Business Strategy and the Environment, 26(7), pp. 940-955.

Areas of Interest

  • Business Sustainability
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Business Strategy
  • Organizational Theory
  • Circular Economy

Professional/Scholarly Affiliations

  • Academy of Management
  • International Association of Business and Society

Presentations

  • DeBoer, J. and Panwar, R. (2018). The effects of regulatory and voluntary initiatives on firm
    competitiveness. Paper presented at the Organizations and Natural Environment Division at the
    78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Chicago, IL.
  • Panwar, R., Suddaby, R., DeBoer, J. (2018). A configurational model of legitimacy judgements.
    Paper presented in Pecha Kucha on Social Evaluations Professional Development Workshop at
    the 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Chicago, IL.
  • DeBoer, J. (2018). Environmental adversity and the us pulp and paper sector. Paper presented at the
    2018 Western Forestry Graduate Research Symposium in Corvallis, OR.
  • DeBoer, J. (2017). Strategy development for global sustainability in the pulp and paper industry.
    Presentation at the Spring Campus of the University Alliance for Sustainability, Freie Universität,
    Berlin, Germany.
  • DeBoer, J., Panwar, R., and Rivera, J. (2016). Does being close to green make a firm
    green? Paper presented at the Organizations and Natural Environment Division at the 76th
    Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Anaheim, CA.
  • DeBoer, J. and Panwar, R. (2016). Industry competitiveness and that “green” thing - What we know,
    don’t know, and ought to know. Paper presented at the Forest Products Society Convention in
    Portland, OR.
  • DeBoer, J., Panwar, R., and Rivera, J. (2016). Pristine neighborhoods, progressive neighbors:
    Toward a place-based understanding of companies’ voluntary environmental
    behaviors. Paper presented at the International Association for Business and Society Annual
    Meeting. Park City, UT.
  • DeBoer, J., Panwar, R., Kozak, R., and Cashore, B. (2016). Environmental performance and sectoral
    competitiveness of Canada’s forest industry. Research presented at the Social Sciences and
    Humanities Research Council’s Imagining Canada’s Future Initiative on Energy and Natural
    Resources in Calgary, AB.
  • DeBoer, J., Panwar, R., Kozak, R., and Cashore, B. (2016). Systematic review of the environmental
    performance and sectoral competitiveness of Canada’s forest industry. Paper and poster
    presented at the Society of Wood Science and Technology’s International Convention in
    Curitiba, Brazil.
  • DeBoer, J., Panwar, R., Kozak, R., and Cashore, B. (2015). Environmental performance and sectoral
    competitiveness of Canada’s forest industry. Proposal presented at the Social Sciences and
    Humanities Research Council’s Imagining Canada’s Future initiative on Energy and Natural
    Resources in Ottawa, ON.