Industrial Innovation and Environmental Regulation: Developing Workable Solutions

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Index
Alternative technologies 10
Argentina 81–114
eco-efficiency 81
economic restructuring 89–95 1990s, in 89–95
bankrupt firms 90–91
competition 93–94
enforcement of regulations 92
environmental concerns, and 89–95
environmental management methods 92
environmental performance 92
environmental standards in export markets 93
expansion of TNC affiliates 91
foreign investment 94
foreign technology sources 91
import competition 89–90
imports 94–95
innovation activities, and 89–95
innovation expenditure 91
labour productivity 90
loans from foreign institutions 94
local resources for science and technology 91
positive role of 94
private environmental expenditure 92
table 93
quality improvements 90
rationalization strategies 90
technology acquisition 91
technology transfers 94–95
variables affecting adoption of pollution prevention measures 95
environmental management 95–107
adoption of PP practices, table 99, 100
analysis of main issues 96
benefits from adoption of pollution prevention measures 101–103
diffusion of PP practices in SMEs, table 105
environmental investments, table 98
environmental management activities, table 106
environmental management in SMEs, table 104
firms' environmental management, table 99
firms' innovative capabilities, table 100, 101
innovation intensity 99–101
innovation and pollution prevention, and 95–107
market orientation 97–99
obstacles to improving environmental management, table 106

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