Aseem Prakash
Aseem Prakash
Walker Family Professor; Director, Center for Environmental Politics
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Green clubs and voluntary governance: ISO 14001 and firms' regulatory compliance
M Potoski, A Prakash
American Journal of Political Science 49 (2), 235-248, 2005
7332005
Green marketing, public policy and managerial strategies
A Prakash
Business strategy and the environment 11 (5), 285-297, 2002
6282002
Using ideas strategically: The contest between business and NGO networks in intellectual property rights
SK Sell, A Prakash
International Studies Quarterly 48 (1), 143-175, 2004
6112004
Covenants with weak swords: ISO 14001 and facilities' environmental performance
M Potoski, A Prakash
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 24 (4), 745-769, 2005
5322005
Racing to the bottom? Trade, environmental governance, and ISO 14001
A Prakash, M Potoski
American Journal of Political Science 50 (2), 350-364, 2006
5232006
The voluntary environmentalists: Green clubs, ISO 14001, and voluntary environmental regulations
A Prakash, M Potoski
Cambridge University Press, 2006
4922006
Greening the firm: The politics of corporate environmentalism
A Prakash
Cambridge University Press, 2000
4572000
Globalization and governance
A Prakash, JA Hart
Routledge, 1999
3221999
Trade-based diffusion of labor rights: A panel study, 1986–2002
B Greenhill, L Mosley, A Prakash
American Political Science Review, 669-690, 2009
2902009
Investing Up: FDI and the Cross‐Country Diffusion of ISO 14001 Management Systems1
A Prakash, M Potoski
International Studies Quarterly 51 (3), 723-744, 2007
2562007
Collective action through voluntary environmental programs: A club theory perspective
A Prakash, M Potoski
Policy Studies Journal 35 (4), 773-792, 2007
2392007
The regulation dilemma: Cooperation and conflict in environmental governance
M Potoski, A Prakash
Public Administration Review 64 (2), 152-163, 2004
2342004
Voluntary programs: A club theory perspective
M Potoski, A Prakash
The MIT Press, 2009
229*2009
EMS-based environmental regimes as club goods: Examining variations in firm-level adoption of ISO 14001 and EMAS in UK, US and Germany
K Kolln, A Prakash
Policy Sciences 35 (1), 43-67, 2002
2282002
Why do firms adopt ‘beyond‐compliance’environmental policies?
A Prakash
Business strategy and the environment 10 (5), 286-299, 2001
2282001
Responsible care: An assessment
A Prakash
Business & Society 39 (2), 183-209, 2000
2252000
Bargains old and new: multinational corporations in global governance
DL Levy, A Prakash
Business and Politics 5 (2), 131-150, 2003
2192003
Green by choice? Cross-national variations in firms' responses to EMS-based environmental regimes
K Kollman, A Prakash
World Politics 53 (3), 399-430, 2001
2022001
Advocacy organizations and collective action
A Prakash, MK Gugerty
Cambridge Univ Pr, 2010
1722010
Regulatory Convergence in Nongovernmental Regimes? Cross‐National Adoption of ISO 14001 Certifications
M Potoski, A Prakash
Journal of Politics 66 (3), 885-905, 2004
1692004
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