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Environmental Protection and the Social Responsibility of Firms: Perspectives From Law, Economics, and Business.

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Environmental protection and the social responsibility of firms; perspectives from law, economics, and business.

Title main entry. Ed. by Bruce L. Hay et al.

Resources for the Future, [c]2005

210 p.

$39.95 (pa)

Hay (Harvard Law School), Stavins (Harvard U.'s John F. Kennedy School of Government), and Vietor (Harvard Business School) present the proceedings of an eponymous scholarly workshop from December of 2003 in which participants examined the advisability and possibility of corporate social responsibility in the environmental sphere. Three papers explore the legal, economic, and business perspectives, with each followed by two commentaries and summary of discussion that followed the presentations at the workshop. Distributed in the US by Johns Hopkins U. Press.
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