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Competing environmental management standards: how ISO 14001 outnumbered EMAS in Germany, the UK, France, and Sweden

Roeland Bracke (UGent) and Johan Albrecht (UGent)
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Bracke, Roeland, and Johan Albrecht. 2007. “Competing Environmental Management Standards: How ISO 14001 Outnumbered EMAS in Germany, the UK, France, and Sweden.” Environment and Planning C-government and Policy 25 (4): 611–627.
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Bracke, Roeland, & Albrecht, J. (2007). Competing environmental management standards: how ISO 14001 outnumbered EMAS in Germany, the UK, France, and Sweden. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING C-GOVERNMENT AND POLICY, 25(4), 611–627.
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Bracke R, Albrecht J. Competing environmental management standards: how ISO 14001 outnumbered EMAS in Germany, the UK, France, and Sweden. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING C-GOVERNMENT AND POLICY. 2007;25(4):611–27.
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Bracke, Roeland, and Johan Albrecht. “Competing Environmental Management Standards: How ISO 14001 Outnumbered EMAS in Germany, the UK, France, and Sweden.” ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING C-GOVERNMENT AND POLICY 25.4 (2007): 611–627. Print.
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  author       = {Bracke, Roeland and Albrecht, Johan},
  issn         = {0263-774X},
  journal      = {ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING C-GOVERNMENT AND POLICY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {611--627},
  title        = {Competing environmental management standards: how ISO 14001 outnumbered EMAS in Germany, the UK, France, and Sweden},
  volume       = {25},
  year         = {2007},
}

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