Regulatory Regime Changes Under Federalism: Do States Matter More?

@inproceedings{Pekar2008RegulatoryRC,
  title={Regulatory Regime Changes Under Federalism: Do States Matter More?},
  author={Zachary Pekar and Susan Lyon Stone},
  year={2008}
}
The types and nature of a firm’s innovative activities are influenced by a firm’s organizational structure. We develop an empirical framework to examine the effect of Total Quality Environmental Management (TQEM) on the adoption of 43 types of innovative pollution prevention activities over the period 1992-1996, and to determine whether the effect of this management system differs systematically across innovation types. We differentiate innovations according to (i) their functional… CONTINUE READING

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