Corporate Environmental Performance Evaluation: Evidence from the Mepi Project

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Corporate Environmental Performance Evaluation : Evidence from the Mepi Project. / Tyteca, Daniel; Carlens, Jéröme; Berkhout, Frans; Hertin, Julia; Wehrmeyer, Walter; Wagner, Marcus.

in: Business Strategy and the Environment, Jahrgang 11, Nr. 1, 2002, S. 1-13.

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