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From the Publisher"This innovative and sophisticated study represents a major contribution to the study of corporate environmental performance . The authors persuasively demonstrate how the 'greening of industry' is affected by a complex interaction of regulatory requirements, community pressures, economic constraints and managerial styles. This creative effort to integrate the study of environmental regulation and corporate environmentalism significantly enriches our understanding of the dynamics of both government regulation and environmental management."—David Vogel, Professor, Department of Political Science, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley.
"Shades of Green is a valuable, finely written investigation of determinants of the varying degree to which corporations comply—or even over-comply—with environmental regulations."—Francine Sanders Romero, Department of Public Administration, University of Texas at San Antonio