Hamish van der Ven
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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
612017
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
422015
Best practices in global governance
S Bernstein, H van der Ven
Review of International Studies 43 (3), 534-556, 2017
262017
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
182018
Forest certification: the challenge of measuring impacts
H van der Ven, B Cashore
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 32, 104-111, 2018
182018
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
152014
Beyond Greenwash: Explaining Credibility in Transnational Eco-Labeling
H Van der Ven
Oxford University Press, 2019
62019
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
52018
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
42019
Continuity and change in global environmental politics
S Bernstein, VDV Hamish
International politics and institutions in time, 293-317, 2017
42017
Bringing values back into CSR
H van der Ven
Business Ethics Journal Review 1 (16), 99-105, 2014
42014
Global environmental governance and the accountability trap
A Gupta, H van Asselt, H van der Ven, CM Balboa, O Widerberg, ...
MIT Press, 2019
32019
2010 Muskoka G8 Summit Interim Compliance Report
G8 Research Group
February, 2011
22011
2010 Muskoka G8 Summit Final Compliance Report
G8 Research Group
May, 2011
22011
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
12020
Eco-labeling and the conditions for rigorous and credible transnational governance
H van der Ven
University of Toronto (Canada), 2016
12016
Beyond market, firm, and state: Mapping the ethics of global value chains
AA Singer, H van der Ven
Business and Society Review 124 (3), 325-343, 2019
2019
3 Private Accountability in Global Value Chains
H van der Ven
Global Environmental Governance and the Accountability Trap, 63, 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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