Corporate Environmentalism: Problems and Prospects
Aseem Prakash is Associate Professor of Political Science at University of Washington-Seattle. His research focuses on non-governmental institutions, specifıcally the ISO 14000 and 9000 standards. He is also examining issues pertaining to: (1) NGO advocacy and (2) the impact of trade and FDI networks on host countries' macro and micro institutions. He is the author of Greening the Firm (2000), the co-author of The Voluntary Environmentalists (2006), and the co-editor of Coping with Globalization (2000), Responding to Globalization (2000), and Globalization and Governance (1999).
I thank Nives Dolsak for comments on the previous draft. Financial support from the Marc Lindenberg Center at the University of Washington-Seattle is gratefully acknowledged.
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Aseem Prakash; Corporate Environmentalism: Problems and Prospects. Global Environmental Politics 2007; 7 (3): 130–135. doi: https://doi.org/10.1162/glep.2007.7.3.130
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