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EXPLORING ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND THEIR IMPACT IN SOUTH EAST ASIA

This paper reports on a study of Environmental Management Systems (EMSs) implemented by companies in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. It explores the factors that prompt companies to set up an EMS standard, as well as corporate managers' attitudes towards the environment. It also p... Full description

Journal Title: The Asia Pacific journal of economics & business 2000, Vol.4 (2), p.74
Main Author: Purba Rao
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Publisher: Perth: Asia Pacific Journal of Economics and Business
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  • Industrial development
  • LDCs
  • Market shares
  • Standard of living
  • Studies
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description: This paper reports on a study of Environmental Management Systems (EMSs) implemented by companies in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. It explores the factors that prompt companies to set up an EMS standard, as well as corporate managers' attitudes towards the environment. It also presents results of the impact (in terms of competitiveness, market share and other performance measures) of EMSs in the region. The paper finds that there are significant differences between countries and concludes that governments in these four countries should pursue different environmental strategies. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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