The promise and limitations of partnered governance: the case of sustainable palm oil

@article{Nikoloyuk2010ThePA,
  title={The promise and limitations of partnered governance: the case of sustainable palm oil},
  author={Jordan Nikoloyuk and Tom R. Burns and Reinier de Man},
  journal={Corporate Governance},
  year={2010},
  volume={10},
  pages={59-72}
}
Purpose – This paper sets out to report on a study of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) as an instance of “partnered governance” oriented to advance sustainable development in a supply chain. After briefly discussing the conceptualization of partnered governance, its social organizational features, and its drivers, the paper aims to outline the history and structure of RSPO and then to assess the effectiveness, efficiency and level of legitimation of this innovative governance… 

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