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Stakeholders and Environmental Management Practices: An Institutional Framework
Despite burgeoning research on companies' environmental strategies and environmental management practices, it remains unclear why some firms adopt environmental management practices beyond regulatoryExpand
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The diffusion of environmental management standards in Europe and in the United States: An institutional perspective
ISO 14001, released in 1996, provides the basic framework for the establishment of an Environmental Management System (EMS) that can be audited and certified. ISO is not only an acronym for theExpand
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The Drivers of Greenwashing
More and more firms are engaging in greenwashing, misleading consumers about their environmental performance or the environmental benefits of a product or service. The skyrocketing incidence ofExpand
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Organizational Responses to Environmental Demands: Opening the Black Box
This article combines new and old institutionalism to explain differences in organizational strategies. We propose that differences in the influence of corporate departments lead their facilities toExpand
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Information Strategies and Energy Conservation Behavior: A Meta-Analysis of Experimental Studies from 1975 to 2012
Strategies that provide information about the environmental impact of activities are increasingly seen as effective to encourage conservation behavior. This article offers the most comprehensiveExpand
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STAKEHOLDERS AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE: THE CASE OF ISO 14001
This paper integrates a stakeholder perspective into the resource-based view of the firm, to analyze the mechanisms that link the adoption of the international Environmental Management Standard ISOExpand
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Free riding in voluntary environmental programs: The case of the U.S. EPA WasteWise program
Voluntary Environmental Programs (VPs) involving industry and regulatory agencies have emerged as the promise of the future in environmental policy circles. Although the number of these agreements isExpand
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US State Policies for Renewable Energy: Context and Effectiveness
Over the past decade, state policies on renewable energy have been on the rise in the U.S., providing states with various options for encouraging the generation of renewable electricity. TwoExpand
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Nonprice incentives and energy conservation
  • O. Asensio, M. Delmas
  • Economics, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 12 January 2015
Significance We investigate the effectiveness of nonprice incentives to motivate conservation behavior. We test whether tailored information about environmental and health damages produces behaviorExpand
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Eco-Labeling Strategies and Price-Premium
Although there is increasing use of eco-labeling, conditions under which eco-labels can command price premiums are not fully understood. In this article, we demonstrate that the certification ofExpand
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