Environmental Regulations and Corporate Strategy: A NAFTA Perspective

By Alan Rugman; John Kirton et al. | Go to book overview

List of Figures
2.1 Competitiveness, trade, and the environment27
3.1 The NAFTA environmental regulations across the member states41
3.2 NAFTA, trade, and environmental regulations51
7.1 The institutional deepening of the NAFTA regime133

List of Tables
1.1 Interviewees by community14
1.2 Interviewees by country15
1.3 Interviewees by community and country16
5.1 NAFTA's share of US and Canadian exports, 1994, 1990-199488
5.2 US exports over imports 1994 (1990-1994)89
7.1 The conditions of complex institutional responsiveness116
7.2 Corporate strategies under complex institutional responsiveness118
7.3 Political strategies under complex institutional responsiveness122
8.1 NAFTA Chapter 11 cases initiated155
9.1 NAFTA agriculture cases166
11.1 Cases of North American environmental regulatory protection212-14
11.2 Preferred corporate and political strategies by level of internationalization of firm228
11.3 Outcomes of North American regulatory protectionism by country and issue (post-NAFTA)229
11.4 Outcomes of resolved cases of North American environmental regulatory protection (pre- and post-NAFTA)231
11.5 Resolved cases of post-NAFTA North American environmental regulatory protection dealt with through the NAFTA institutions233
11.6 Major EU trade and environment disputes238
11.7 Major US-EU trade and environment disputes239

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