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[Excerpt] What can proponents of liberalized international trade do about barriers to trade erected in the name of environmental protection? What can corporate strategists do to expand their firms' trade opportunities in new institutional frameworks linking trade and environmental protection? The Canadian authors of Environmental Regulations and Corporate Strategy address these questions from backgrounds in management studies, economics, political science, international relations, and law. Drawing on each discipline, they set out an ambitious goal: "a new and unified model" for corporate strategy and public policy that reconciles trade promotion and environmental concerns.


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Compa, L. (2000). [Review of the book Environmental regulations and corporate strategy: A NAFTA perspective]. [Electronic version]. Administrative Science Quarterly, 45(4), 840-843.

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