Environmental Policy and Corporate Behaviour

Environmental Policy and Corporate Behaviour

Edited by Nick Johnstone

For the last 30 years, analysis of the inner workings of the firm has been largely absent from economic assessments of environmental policy. Recent work has highlighted the importance of understanding a firm’s commercial motivations, decision-making procedures and organizational structure when designing and implementing public environmental policies. Environmental Policy and Corporate Behaviour responds to this need, investigating the many internal challenges faced by firms seeking to implement new policies and achieve significant and long-lasting environmental progress.

Annex 1: Government Advisory Group

Edited by Nick Johnstone

Subjects: business and management, management and sustainability, economics and finance, environmental economics, public sector economics, environment, environmental economics, environmental management


CANADA Geoff Oliver A/Director Policy Research and Intelligence Division Environment Canada 10 Wellington Street Gatineau Quebec FRANCE Christine Lagarenne Ministere de l’Aménagement du Territoire et de l’Environnement Direction des Etudes Economiques et des Etudes Environnementales 20, Avenue de Ségur F-75007 Paris Cedex GERMANY Helena Schulte to Buehne Federal Ministry of Education and Research Culture, Sustainability and Environmental Law D-53170 Bonn 266 Appendix 1 267 HUNGARY Nemes Csaba Department of Planning and Strategic Cooperation Ministry of the Environment Fo utca 44-50 H-1011 Budapest JAPAN Koichi F. Kawano (Formerly) Deputy Director Environment and Economy Division Integrated Environmental Policy Bureau Ministry of the Environment, Japan NORWAY Bent Arne Saether Senior Adviser Ministry of the Environment PO Box 8013 Dep N-0030 Oslo UNITED STATES Chuck Kent Office of Policy, Economics and Innovation USEPA Headquarters Ariel Rios Building 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20460

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