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This analysis explores the competitive implications of new institutional standards within the organic certification industry based on a theoretical perspective that integrates institutional and resource-based theories. The authors provide a historical account of the development of certification...
Eco-certification is widely perceived to be an increasingly important strategy to improve the environmental performance of agriculture in an era of global trade integration and apparent weakening of regulatory capacity of nation-states. Few analyses have sought to determine whether ecolabeled...
Two commonly held views about the nature of Nature lead to a systematic misunderstanding and mismeasurment of natural processes. The “economistic” view conceives of the natural environment as a repository of resources, available for human exploitation, and “services” provided by mechanistic...
At present, the progress achieved by the environmental movements of the 20th century is being challenged or arrested on many fronts. Environmental legislation at the national level has encountered limits to its efficacy, liberalizing trends in global trade policies continue to undermine such...
This essay reflects upon the reasons for the early dominance of the painting tradition in Australia and the later blossoming of both visual and literary art forms. Artists tapped into cross-currents of feeling and opinion—at times with praise, on other occasions with a sense of an alien,...
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