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Environmental management as a competitive strategy: the case of CFCs

Author: Gabel, H. Landis INSEAD Area: Economics and Political Science In: Principles of environmental and resource economics: a guide for students and decision-makers - Folmer, Henk;Gabel, H. Landis;Opschoor, - 1995 - INSEAD Book Language: EnglishDescription: p. 328-346.Type of document: INSEAD ChapterNote: Please ask us for this itemAbstract: This handbook chapter uses the case of CFCs to illustrate how companies and national governments can use environmental management as a tool of competitive strategy. Based in part on the author's case study, "Industry CFC replacement strategies", the chapter follows Du Pont's unilateral abandonment of the CFC business in the late 1980s, and its and ICI's rival strategies in the early 1990s to introduce replacements. The reader can see in the analysis how the companies play a strategic competitive game in which their respective national governments are parties
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This handbook chapter uses the case of CFCs to illustrate how companies and national governments can use environmental management as a tool of competitive strategy. Based in part on the author's case study, "Industry CFC replacement strategies", the chapter follows Du Pont's unilateral abandonment of the CFC business in the late 1980s, and its and ICI's rival strategies in the early 1990s to introduce replacements. The reader can see in the analysis how the companies play a strategic competitive game in which their respective national governments are parties

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