Modes of Response
Over the last 60 years, issues connected to the environmental impact of business have come up in each wave of environmental awareness discussed in Chapter 1. The following discussion looks at how firms have responded to these issues and explores some high-profile and well documented cases from the past.
KeywordsCorporate Governance Wind Energy Senior Management Initial Public Offering Prospect Theory
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