publication . Book . Preprint . 2004

Corporate-NGO partnerships as a form of civil regulation: lessons from the energy biodiversity initiative

Stephen Tully;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jun 2004
  • Publisher: Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation, London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
This paper will assess the prospects of so-called 'civil' regulation, or the ability of non-governmental organisations (NGOs), to regulate commercial behaviour within the institutional setting of a partnership. The selected case study involves an initiative between five conservation NGOs and five energy firms seeking to integrate biodiversity considerations into upstream oil and gas development projects within, or adjacent to, environmentally-sensitive or protected areas. Part one describes the concept of 'civil' regulation, identifies its principal characteristics and considers the potential for partnerships between corporations and NGOs. Part two provides an o...
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free text keywords: HG Finance, K Law (General), jel:F3, jel:G3
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publication . Book . Preprint . 2004

Corporate-NGO partnerships as a form of civil regulation: lessons from the energy biodiversity initiative

Stephen Tully;