Hamish van der Ven
TitleCited byYear
Valuing the contributions of nonstate and subnational actors to climate governance
H Van der Ven, S Bernstein, M Hoffmann
Global Environmental Politics 17 (1), 1-20, 2017
532017
Correlates of rigorous and credible transnational governance: A cross‐sectoral analysis of best practice compliance in eco‐labeling
H Van der Ven
Regulation & Governance 9 (3), 276-293, 2015
382015
Best practices in global governance
S Bernstein, H van der Ven
Review of International Studies 43 (3), 534-556, 2017
252017
Socializing the C-suite: why some big-box retailers are “greener” than others
H Van der Ven
Business and Politics 16 (1), 31-63, 2014
132014
Forest certification: the challenge of measuring impacts
H van der Ven, B Cashore
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 32, 104-111, 2018
102018
Do eco-labels prevent deforestation? Lessons from non-state market driven governance in the soy, palm oil, and cocoa sectors
H Van der Ven, C Rothacker, B Cashore
Global environmental change 52, 141-151, 2018
82018
Beyond Greenwash: Explaining Credibility in Transnational Eco-Labeling
H Van der Ven
Oxford University Press, 2019
42019
Gatekeeper power: understanding the influence of lead firms over transnational sustainability standards
H van der Ven
Review of International Political Economy 25 (5), 624-646, 2018
42018
Bringing values back into CSR
H van der Ven
Business Ethics Journal Review 1 (16), 99-105, 2014
42014
Continuity and change in global environmental politics
S Bernstein, VDV Hamish
International politics and institutions in time, 293-317, 2017
32017
2010 Muskoka G8 Summit Final Compliance Report
G8 Research Group
May, 2011
32011
The Shadow of the Consumer: Analyzing the Importance of Consumers to the Uptake and Sophistication of Ratings, Certifications, and Eco-Labels
G Bullock, H van der Ven
Organization & Environment, 1086026618803748, 2019
22019
2010 Muskoka G8 Summit Interim Compliance Report
G8 Research Group
February, 2011
22011
Eco-labeling and the conditions for rigorous and credible transnational governance
H van der Ven
12016
Swimming in their own direction: Explaining domestic variation in homegrown sustainability governance for aquaculture in Asia
Y Sun, H van der Ven
Ecological Economics 167, 106445, 2020
2020
3 Private Accountability in Global Value Chains
H van der Ven
Global Environmental Governance and the Accountability Trap, 63, 2019
2019
Global Environmental Governance and the Accountability Trap
A Gupta, H van Asselt, H van der Ven, CM Balboa, O Widerberg, ...
MIT Press, 2019
2019
Beyond market, firm, and state: Mapping the ethics of global value chains
AA Singer, H van der Ven
Business and Society Review, 2019
2019
Exploring the Relationship Between Agricultural Sustainability Standards, Deforestation, and Land Use Change
H van der Ven
2018
Power in a Warming World: The New Global Politics of Climate Change and the Remaking of Environmental Inequality
H van der Ven
GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS 16 (4), 130-135, 2016
2016
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