Chapter 27 – Business Environment

Chapter 27

 

1. Michael Silverstein, The Environmental Economic Revolution, New York, N.Y.: St. Martins Press, 1993, pp. 6–22.

2. Bhushan Bahree, Kyle Pope, and Allama Sullivan, “Giant Outsmarted: How Greenpeace Sank Shell's Plan to Dump Big Oil Rig in Atlantic,” Wall Street Journal, 7 July 1995, p. A1.

3. Thomas A. W. Miller and Edward B. Keller, “What the Public Wants,” Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Journal, March–April 1991, pp. 40–43.

4. Nityanand Jayaraman, “Industrial Pollution: Pollute First. Plan Later,” The Hindu Survey of the Environment (2001), The Hindu, pp. 53–4.

5. Adam Smith, An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of Wealth of Nations, New York, N.Y.: Random House/Modern Library, 1937.

6. Michael E. Porter and Vanders Linde, “Green and Competitive: Ending the Stalemate,” Harvard Business Review, 73(5), September–October 1995, pp. 120–134.

7. A. C. Fernando, “Role of the State in Environmental Governance,” Management Matters, 1(3), September 2004–February 2005, pp. 97–121.

8. Ibid.

9. Ibid.

10. Ibid.

11. F. Reinhardt and R. Victor, Business Management and the National Environment, Cincinnati, OH: South-Western College Publishing, 1996

12. Ciba. Environment, Health and Safety 1997. Basel, Switzerland: Ciba Speciality Chemicals Inc, 1997. www.cibasc.com/1997-ciba-ehs-report_en.pdf?wobj=29033#page=10.

13. F. Reinhardt, “Environmental Product Differentiation: Implications for Corporate Strategy,” California Management Review, 1998, cited in A. C. Fernando, Corporate Governance, Principles, Policies and Practices, New Delhi, India: Pearson Education, 2006.

14. Ibid.

15. Michael E. Porter and Claas van der Linde, “Green and Competitive: Ending the Stalemate,” Harvard Business Review, 73(5), September-October 1995, pp. 120-134.

16. Claas van der Linde, “Green and Competitive: Ending the Stalemate,” Journal of Business Administration and Policy Analysis, January, 1999.

17. Ibid.

18. Ibid.

19. F. Reinhardt, “Environmental Product Differentiation: Implications for Corporate Strategy,” California Management Review, 1998, cited in A. C. Fernando, Corporate Governance, Principles, Policies and Practices, New Delhi, India: Pearson Education, 2006.

20. Ibid.

21. Ibid.

22. Michael E. Porter and Vanders Linde, “Green and Competitive: Ending the Stalemate,” Harvard Business Review, 73(5), September–October 1995, pp. 120-134A.

23. A. C. Fernando, “Role of the State in Environmental Governance,” Management Matters, 1(3), September 2004-February 2005, pp. 97-121.

24. Ibid.

25. Ibid.

26. Ibid.

27. Ibid.

28. Staff Correspondent, “Charter for Voluntary Pollution Control,” The Hindu, 10 March 2003.

29. Constitution of India (2004) “Part IV: Directive Principles of State Policy” Commonwealth Legal Information Institute, www.commonlii.org/in/legis/const/2004/6.htm.

30. S.N. Tripathy and Suvakar Panda, Fundamentals of Environmental Studies, second edition, New Delhi: Vrinda Publications, 2003.

31. N. R. Krishnan, “The National Environment Policy 2004,” The Hindu, 30 September, 2004.

32. Aarti Dhar, “A Daunting Task Before Forests Ministry,” The Hindu, 10 October, 2004.

33. See Note 31.

34. Times News Network, “Jairam Unveils Blueprint for New Environmental Authority,” The Times of India, 18 November 2009.

35. Written by correspondents in the Special Report on World Environment Day in The Economic Times, 5 June 2004.

36. M. K Bhardwaj, “Corporate India Gets Eco-friendly,” Indian Institute of Materials Management IIMM, June 2004, available at http://iimm.org/knowledge_bank/8_corporate-india-gets-eco-friendly.htm