42 Politics Within Markets : Regulating Forestry through Non-State Environmental Governance

@inproceedings{Cashore200242PW,
  title={42 Politics Within Markets : Regulating Forestry through Non-State Environmental Governance},
  author={Benjamin Cashore and Graeme Auld and Deanna N. Newsom},
  year={2002}
}
The presentation in Chapter One of forest certification as an emerging form of global and domestic non-state market driven (NSMD) governance immediately presents a comparative policy analyst with important analytical and methodological decisions. We must first develop an analytical framework that permits us to uncover and classify the phenomenon we seek to study, and that is appropriate and applicable across cases. The analytical framework must also facilitate broader reflections into the… CONTINUE READING

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