Found 4 article(s) for author 'Germany'

Making ‘Green Giants’: Environment Sustainability in the German Chemical Industry, 1950s–1980s

Making ‘Green Giants’: Environment Sustainability in the German Chemical Industry, 1950s–1980s. Geoffery G. Jones, April 2014, Paper. “This article examines the evolution of corporate environmentalism in the West German chemical industry between the 1950s and the 1980s. It focuses on two companies, Bayer and Henkel, that have been identified as “green giants,” and traces the evolution of their environmental strategies in response to growing evidence of pollution and resulting political pressures. The variety of capitalism literature has suggested that…” May require purchase or user account. Link Verified October 11, 2014

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Waste, Recycling and Entrepreneurship in Central and Northern Europe, 1870–1940

Waste, Recycling and Entrepreneurship in Central and Northern Europe, 1870–1940. Geoffery G. Jones, March 4, 2014, Paper. “This working paper examines the role of entrepreneurs in the municipal solid waste industry in industrialized central and northern Europe from the late nineteenth century to the 1940s. It explores the emergence of numerous German, Danish, and other European entrepreneurial firms explicitly devoted to making a profitable business out of conserving and returning valuable resources to productive use…” Link Verified October 11, 2014

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From Russia with Love: The Impact of Relocated Firms on Incumbent Survival

From Russia with Love: The Impact of Relocated Firms on Incumbent Survival. William R. Kerr, May 2013, Paper. “We identify the impact of local firm concentration on incumbent performance with a quasi-natural experiment. When Germany was divided after World War II, many firms in the machine tool industry fled the Soviet occupied zone to prevent expropriation. We show that the regional location decisions of these firms upon moving to western Germany were driven by non-economic factors and heuristics rather than existing industrial conditions…” Link Verified October 11, 2014

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