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Improving both the environment and corporate profits

Author: Epstein, Marc J. INSEAD Area: Accounting and ControlIn: Pollution prevention 1997: a national progress report, 1997 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 81-84.Type of document: INSEAD ChapterNote: Please ask the Library for this chapterAbstract: Based on a large field research project, this article describes ways that corporations can improve long term profitability and reduce corporate environmental impacts. Focusing on cost management practices, the capital investment decision process, and performance evaluation and incentive systems, the article describes the state of the art, best practices, and prescribes possible improvements. It also provides recommendations for government policy directions to improve the voluntary integration of environmental impacts into corporate decisions to benefit both the environment and corporate operations.
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Based on a large field research project, this article describes ways that corporations can improve long term profitability and reduce corporate environmental impacts. Focusing on cost management practices, the capital investment decision process, and performance evaluation and incentive systems, the article describes the state of the art, best practices, and prescribes possible improvements. It also provides recommendations for government policy directions to improve the voluntary integration of environmental impacts into corporate decisions to benefit both the environment and corporate operations.

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