By Jorge E. Rivera
It's more and more universal for companies to stand public regulations and executive rules that call for a few kind of environmental or social security. those protecting public guidelines have grown in quantity, complexity, and stringency during the last few many years, not just in industrialized international locations but in addition within the constructing international. during this publication, Jorge Rivera provides a brand new theoretical framework for realizing the connection among protecting public rules and enterprise compliance. This framework explains assorted degrees of commercial compliance by way of 3 various factors: the hyperlink among the phases of protecting public rules and diversified degrees of commercial resistance, the impact of nation context, and the influence of firm-level features. the second one a part of the e-book helps and elaborates in this framework via proposing empirical reports that research voluntary environmental courses: the USA ski industry's Sustainable Slopes application and the Certification for Sustainable Tourism in Costa Rica.
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This feedback loop occurs not only during late implementation but it is also ubiquitous across all stages of the policy process. Change of institutionalized protective policies is more likely when their implementation results in significant contradictions between dominant collective values advocated by influential groups/actors and the actual environmental social practices adopted by business in response to these institutionalized protective policies (Peters and Pierre, 1998). These contradictions are pervasive because protective policy implementation rarely meets the expectations of environmental and social protection groups.
Frederico R. Lopez, CEO, First Gen Corporation, Philippines 16. K enneth F. Siebel, Chairman, Private Wealth Partners LLC 20. R ob Walton, Chairman, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. â•‡ 7. Robert J. Fisher, Chairman, Gap Inc. â•‡ 6. Mark L. Feldman, President and CEO, L&L Manufacturing Company 10. , former CEO, J P Morgan Chase and Company 14. Nicholas J. Pritzker, Vice Chairman, Hyatt Corporation â•‡ 5. A ndré Esteves, Chairman and CEO, UBS Bank, Latin America â•‡ 9. Judson Green, CEO, NAVTEQ Corporation 13.
Bribe politicians, government officials, and/ or environmental activists. ) Political strategy Tactics (examples) 2. â•‡ Attack • Characterize environmentalists and government officials as radical left-wing irrational alarmists. • Aggressively condemn environmental regulations as communist-type laws that are anti-economic growth. • Covertly assault environmental activists and government inspectors. â•‡ Challenge • Actively refuse responsibility over environmental problems. • Dispute the legitimacy of regulators’ enforcement activities with top government officials.