1st Edition

Sustainability Performance and Business Competitiveness
A special themed issue of Greener Management International (Issue 44)



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ISBN 9781783531066
Published October 7, 2004 by Routledge
115 Pages

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Book Description

This special issue provides a concise overview of the current status and an insight into recent new work on the debate and practice of the relationship between sustainability performance, business competitiveness and economic success, with a particular focus on empirical evidence and on a wide geographical and industrial scope . 

Table of Contents

Table of ContentsEditorial   Introduction: How Does Sustainability Performance Relate to Business Competitiveness?Marcus Wagner and Stefan Schaltegger, Centre for Sustainability Management (CSM), University of Lüneburg, GermanyDeveloping Value: The Business Case for Sustainability in Emerging MarketsJodie Thorpe and Kavita Prakash-Mani, SustainAbility, UKThe Economic Performance of European Stock Corporations: Does Sustainability Matter?Klaus Rennings, Michael Schröder and Andreas Ziegler, Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), GermanyCompetitiveness, Environmental Performance and Management of SMEsDavid Hitchens, Queen’s University Belfast, UK, Jens Clausen, IÖW, Germany, Mary Trainor, Queen’s University Belfast, UK, Michael Keil, IÖW, Germany, and Samarthia Thankappan, Cardiff University, UKThe Promises and Pitfalls of ISO 14001 for Competitiveness and Sustainability: A Comparison of Japan and the United StatesEric W. Welch, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, and Ashish Rana and Yasuhumi Mori, National Institute for Environmental Studies, JapanHave Trends in Corporate Environmental Management Influenced Companies’ Competitiveness?Henning Madsen and John P. Ulhøi, The Aarhus School of Business, DenmarkAchieving Sustainable Corporate Competitiveness: Strategic Link between Top Management’s (Green) Commitment and Corporate Environmental StrategyKi-Hoon Lee, KwangWoon University, Korea, and Robert Ball, University of Stirling, UKSustainability and Competitiveness in the Renewable Energy Sector: The Case of Vestas Wind SystemsRolf Wüstenhagen, Institute for Economy and the Environment, SwitzerlandThe Promises and Pitfalls of ISO 14001 for Competitiveness and Sustainability: A Comparison of Japan and the United StatesEric W. Welch, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, and Ashish Rana and Yasuhumi Mori, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan

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