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Author: Neil A. Gunningham,Robert A. Kagan,Dorothy Thornton
ISBN13: 978-0804748520
Title: Shades of Green: Business, Regulation, and Environment (Stanford Law & Politics)
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Publisher: Stanford Law and Politics; 1 edition (July 8, 2003)
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Shades of Green: Business, Regulation, and Environment (Stanford Law & Politics) by Neil A. Gunningham,Robert A. Kagan,Dorothy Thornton



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But while all firms have shown improvement, some have improved more than others, many going substantially beyond compliance. What explains the variation in compliance? It’s not necessarily the differences in regulation in each country. Shades of Green provides the most extensive and systematic empirical study to date of why firms achieve the levels of environmental performance that they do. Users who liked this book, also liked. Walking the Talk : The Business Case for Sustainable Development (English).

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Shades of Green provides the most extensive and systematic empirical study to date of why firms achieve the levels of environmental performance that they d. Robert A. Kagan is Director of the Center for the Study of Law and Society and Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley. This innovative and sophisticated study represents a major contribution to the study of corporate environmental performance.

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1 Professor Neil Gunningham, School of Resources, Environment & Society, Australian National University; Professor Robert A. Kagan, Department of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley; Dorothy Thornton, Centre for Law and Society, University of California, Berkeley. The material in this working paper forms part of a larger project, supported by the Smith Richardson Foundation, to be published in book form in 2003 by Stanford University Press, provisionally entitled Shades of Green: business, regulation and environment. 2 Hawkins and Hutter, 1993. 3 For example, in the case.

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How much does regulation matter in shaping corporate behavior? This pathbreaking, in-depth study of fourteen pulp manufacturing mills in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand reveals that steadily tightening regulatory standards have been crucial for raising environmental performance. But while all firms have shown improvement, some have improved more than others, many going substantially beyond compliance. What explains the variation in compliance? It's not necessarily the differences in regulation in each country. Rather, variation is accounted for by the complex interaction between tightening regulations and a social license to operate (especially pressures from community and environmental activists), economic constraints, and differences in corporate environmental management style. Shades of Green provides the most extensive and systematic empirical study to date of why firms achieve the levels of environmental performance that they do.