Routines and Communities of Practice in Public Environmental Procurement Processes

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Larsen, Katarina; Svane, Örjan;
  • Subject: Public environmental procurement; routines and codes of practice; procedural and declarative knowledge; vertical and horizontal learning; City of Stockholm
    • jel: jel:Q55 | jel:Q28 | jel:D83

Environmental procurement has received increasing attention as a policy tool promoting change towards sustainable consumption and production. The successful implementation of public environmental procurement policy requires the establishment of new routines for user-pro... View more
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