The Arctic Environmental Responsibility Index : A method to rank heterogenous extractive industry companies for governance purposes

  title={The Arctic Environmental Responsibility Index
 : A method to rank heterogenous extractive industry companies for governance purposes},
  author={Indra Overland and Anatoli Bourmistrov and Brigt Dale and Stephanie Irlbacher-Fox and Javlon Juraev and Eduard Podgaiskii and Florian Stammler and Stella Tsani and Roman Vakulchuk and Emma Wilson},
  journal={Business Strategy and The Environment},
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