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CRC Press/Ane Books, 2007. Hardcover. New. Establish an effective environmental performance program in your organization Providing an authoritative guideto managers responsible for their corporation’s environmental performance, Corporate Environmental Management details how to effectively develop, implement, and assess a sophisticated corporate environmental management program. The author, drawing upon his extensive experience as both a licensed professional engineer and certified public accountant, examines the major issues that managers encounter during the course of developing a program. He employs an approach that is readily familiar to readers with a business background, using graphical aids to quickly and clearly illustrate each point. In the first part of the book, he discusses assessment, while in the second part he provides technical details regarding management and investment concerns. As such, the book offers insight into how to measure the effectiveness of corporate environmental programs and covers the array of EPA and international environmental initiatives This thorough reference also delves into specialty areas such as EPA, RCRA, CERCLA, Clean Air, and Clean Water Acts. In addition, it covers risk management, health and safety, and emergency management issues, and discusses evolving international trading criteria and international initiatives such as sustainable development reporting and international standards. While it may seem daunting for managers to navigate through the numerous environmental concerns that face them, Corporate Environmental Management can help guide them toward the successful completion of the development, implementation, and assessment process. INTRODUCTION References ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT LINES OF INQUIRY ASSESSMENT MODEL AND ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK Assessment Model Analytical Framework Program vs. Project Management Environmental Risk Management INTERNAL SURVEY Corporate Headquarters Operations CORPORATE COMMITMENT Senior Management Commitment Corporate Environmental Policy Performance Track Corporate Leaders Strategic Environmental Planning COMMUNICATION External Communication/Public Relations Internal Communication Issue Management FUNCTIONAL IMPLEMENTATION Organization and Staffing Internal Integration Operational Systems Environmental Risk Management Waste Minimization Programs The Emission Reduction Program MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS Audit Program Environmental Management Information System (MIS) Environmental Cost Management Environmental Asset Management Environmental Financial Management BENCHMARK SURVEY Environmental Management-Based Benchmarking Survey Approach Technical-Based Benchmarking Survey Approach External Survey External Scan Assessing Global Impacts of Sustainable Development Project Life Cycle Analysis1 Activist Group Alliances Independent Technology Scan NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT OF PROACTIVE STRATEGIES ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT ISSUES General Discussion Population Risk Analysis References EMERGENCY RESPONSE ANALYSIS Contingency Plans Up-the-Stack Emergencies General Emergency Management Concepts References CORPORATE HEALTH AND SAFETY SYSTEM Overview Establishing Hazards and Safety Control Measures References ENVIRONMENTAL RISK MANAGEMENT AT BANKING INSTITUTIONS Practices for Commercial Banking Community Practices for Equity Banking Community Integrating Environmental and Financial Performance References GLOBAL WARMING Brokers Global Climate Profile Global Climate Summary References ASSESSMENT OF INTERNATIONAL TRENDS OECD/EIRIS Study Results Survey on the State of Global Envi Printed Pages: 224., CRC Press/Ane Books, 2007, Cambridge University Press, 2008. First edition. Paperback. New. The world has many pressing problems. Thanks to the efforts of governments, NGOs, and individual activists there is no shortage of ideas for resolving them. However, even if all governments were willing to spend more money on solving the problems, we cannot do it all at once. We have to prioritize; and in order to do this we need a better sense of the costs and benefits of each ‘solution’. This book offers a rigorous overview of twenty-three of the world’s biggest problems relating to the environment, governance, economics, and health and population. Leading economists provide a short survey of the state-of-the-art analysis and sketch out policy solutions for which they provide cost-benefit ratios. A unique feature is the provision of freely downloadable software which allows readers to make their own cost-benefit calculations for spending money to make the world a better place. Contents List of figures List of tables 1. Introduction Bjørn Lomborg Part I. Economy: 2. Financial instability Peter Blair Henry 3. Lack of intellectual property rights Keith E. Maskus 4. Money laundering Donato Masciandaro 5. Subsidies and trade barriers Kym Anderson Part II. Environment: 6. Air pollution Guy Hutton 7. Climate change Gary Yohe 8. Deforestation Henk Folmer and G. Cornelis van Kooten 9. Land degradation Ian Coxhead and Ragnar Oygard 10. Loss of biodiversity Dan Biller 11. Vulnerability to natural disasters Roger A. Pielke Part III. Governance: 12. Arms proliferation Paul Dunne 13. Conflicts Paul Collier 14. Corruption Susan Rose-Ackerman 15. Lack of education Peter Orazem 16. Terrorism Daniel Linotte Part IV. Health and Population: 17. Drugs Jefrey A. Miron 18. Diseases Dean Jamison 19. Lack of people of working age Robert E. Wright and Katerina Lisenkova 20. Living conditions of children Harry Anthony Patrinos 21. Living conditions of women Brinda Viswanathan 22. Malnutrition/hunger Jere R. Behrman, Harold Alderman and John Hoddinott 23. Unsafe water and lack of sanitation Guy Hutton 24. Population: migration Michael J. Greenwood Index. Printed Pages: 460., Cambridge University Press, 2008, PHI Learning, 2011. 5th or later edition. Softcover. New. This text provides a balanced, non-polarized view of controversial issues that dispel gender myths. Focusing on the most recent research and theory—Gender Roles provides an in-depth survey and analysis of modern gender roles and issues from a sociological perspective while also integrating insights and research from other disciplines like biology, psychology, anthropology and history. Contents Preface Acknowledgments PART I THEORETICAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES Chapter 1: The Sociology of Gender: Theoretical Perspectives and Feminist Frameworks Chapter 2: Gender Development: Biology, Sexuality, and Health Chapter 3: Gender Development: The Socialization Process Chapter 4: Gendered Language and Socialization Chapter 5: Western History and the Construction of Gender Roles Chapter 6: Global Perspectives on Gender PART II GENDER ROLES, MARRIAGE, AND THE FAMILY Chapter 7: Gendered Love, Marriage, and Emerging Lifestyles Chapter 8: Gender and Family Relations Chapter 9: Men and Masculinity PART III GENDER ROLES: FOCUS ON SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS Chapter 10: Gender, Work, and the Workplace Chapter 11: Education and Gender Role Change Chapter 12: Religion and Patriarchy Chapter 13: Media Chapter 14: Power, Politics, and the Law References • Glossary • Name/Subject Index Printed Pages: 528., PHI Learning, 2011, PHI Learning, 2011. 5th or later edition. Softcover. New. This text provides a balanced, non-polarized view of controversial issues that dispel gender myths. Focusing on the most recent research and theory—Gender Roles provides an in-depth survey and analysis of modern gender roles and issues from a sociological perspective while also integrating insights and research from other disciplines like biology, psychology, anthropology and history. Contents Preface Acknowledgments PART I THEORETICAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES Chapter 1: The Sociology of Gender: Theoretical Perspectives and Feminist Frameworks Chapter 2: Gender Development: Biology, Sexuality, and Health Chapter 3: Gender Development: The Socialization Process Chapter 4: Gendered Language and Socialization Chapter 5: Western History and the Construction of Gender Roles Chapter 6: Global Perspectives on Gender PART II GENDER ROLES, MARRIAGE, AND THE FAMILY Chapter 7: Gendered Love, Marriage, and Emerging Lifestyles Chapter 8: Gender and Family Relations Chapter 9: Men and Masculinity PART III GENDER ROLES: FOCUS ON SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS Chapter 10: Gender, Work, and the Workplace Chapter 11: Education and Gender Role Change Chapter 12: Religion and Patriarchy Chapter 13: Media Chapter 14: Power, Politics, and the Law References • Glossary • Name/Subject Index Printed Pages: 528., PHI Learning, 2011, New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 2007. India has a large agricultural base. Yet its share in global agriculture exports is insignificant and its domestic market is increasingly protected. In global trade negotiations, India’s efforts have been directed more towards retaining the right to protect than towards eliminating distortions at home and abroad. This report addresses the dilemma by studying the horticulture sector, one of the most dynamic segments of Indian agriculture and international trade. It undertakes an integrated analysis of the sector—from farm to retail—based on primary surveys of farmers, agents, and exporters across fifteen different Indian states. The study identifies three major impediments to exports: ?The ‘logistical tax?imposed by high farmer-to-consumer delivery costs, which erodes the production cost advantage enjoyed by Indian farmers; ?The ‘standards gap?between the stringent health, safety, and quality requirements of governments and buyers, especially in richer countries, and assessment mechanisms in India; and ?Trade policy barriers that Indian exporters face in foreign markets. Providing clear policy prescriptions the report recommends eliminating both the logistical tax and the standards gap. This will require the creation of an integrated and competitive domestic agricultural market, along with improved communication, transport, storage, distribution, and agricultural support services. Radical reform in services is, therefore, desirable not just for its own sake but for the transformation of India’s agricultural trade. Furthermore, the report advocates that providing farmers access to efficient services will strengthen the political case for agricultural trade liberalization and subsequent economic gains. A willingness to reform its own trade regime will enable India to take a more forceful position in the WTO negotiations, seeking not just significantly lower levels of foreign protection, but also much greater transparency, simplicity, and predictability in foreign trade regimes.. First Edition. Paperback. New. 15 x 23 Cm., Oxford University Press, 2007

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New Delhi, India: Cambridge University Press, 2008 The world has many pressing problems. Thanks to the efforts of governments, NGOs, and individual activists there is no shortage of ideas for resolving them. However, even if all governments were willing to spend more money on solving the problems, we cannot do it all at once. We have to prioritize; and in order to do this we need a better sense of the costs and benefits of each ‘solution’. This book offers a rigorous overview of twenty-three of the world’s biggest problems relating to the environment, governance, economics, and health and population. Leading economists provide a short survey of the state-of-the-art analysis and sketch out policy solutions for which they provide cost-benefit ratios. A unique feature is the provision of freely downloadable software which allows readers to make their own cost-benefit calculations for spending money to make the world a better place. . First Edition. Paperback. New. 150 x 230 Mm., Cambridge University Press, 2008, New Delhi, India: Cambridge University Press, 2008. The world has many pressing problems. Thanks to the efforts of governments, NGOs, and individual activists there is no shortage of ideas for resolving them. However, even if all governments were willing to spend more money on solving the problems, we cannot do it all at once. We have to prioritize; and in order to do this we need a better sense of the costs and benefits of each ‘solution? This book offers a rigorous overview of twenty-three of the world’s biggest problems relating to the environment, governance, economics, and health and population. Leading economists provide a short survey of the state-of-the-art analysis and sketch out policy solutions for which they provide cost-benefit ratios. A unique feature is the provision of freely downloadable software which allows readers to make their own cost-benefit calculations for spending money to make the world a better place. . First Edition. Paperback. New. 150 x 230 Mm., Cambridge University Press, 2008, Paper Back . New. (Size: 24 x 18.5 cms), Contents : 1 Estimating and Costing, 2 Building Estimates, 3 Reinforced Cement Concrete Work (R.C.C. Work), 4 Analysis of Rates, 5 Earthwork in Irrigation Channel and Roads, 6 Retaining Walls and Roads, 7 Public Health Engineering, 8 Valuation, 9 Contracting, 10 Billing, 11 Index. ix+478 Yr. of Pub.2014 8185749981 International Edition, Cambridge University Press, 2008. First edition. Paperback. New. The world has many pressing problems. Thanks to the efforts of governments, NGOs, and individual activists there is no shortage of ideas for resolving them. However, even if all governments were willing to spend more money on solving the problems, we cannot do it all at once. We have to prioritize; and in order to do this we need a better sense of the costs and benefits of each ‘solution’. This book offers a rigorous overview of twenty-three of the world’s biggest problems relating to the environment, governance, economics, and health and population. Leading economists provide a short survey of the state-of-the-art analysis and sketch out policy solutions for which they provide cost-benefit ratios. A unique feature is the provision of freely downloadable software which allows readers to make their own cost-benefit calculations for spending money to make the world a better place. Contents List of figures List of tables 1. Introduction Bjørn Lomborg Part I. Economy: 2. Financial instability Peter Blair Henry 3. Lack of intellectual property rights Keith E. Maskus 4. Money laundering Donato Masciandaro 5. Subsidies and trade barriers Kym Anderson Part II. Environment: 6. Air pollution Guy Hutton 7. Climate change Gary Yohe 8. Deforestation Henk Folmer and G. Cornelis van Kooten 9. Land degradation Ian Coxhead and Ragnar Oygard 10. Loss of biodiversity Dan Biller 11. Vulnerability to natural disasters Roger A. Pielke Part III. Governance: 12. Arms proliferation Paul Dunne 13. Conflicts Paul Collier 14. Corruption Susan Rose-Ackerman 15. Lack of education Peter Orazem 16. Terrorism Daniel Linotte Part IV. Health and Population: 17. Drugs Jefrey A. Miron 18. Diseases Dean Jamison 19. Lack of people of working age Robert E. Wright and Katerina Lisenkova 20. Living conditions of children Harry Anthony Patrinos 21. Living conditions of women Brinda Viswanathan 22. Malnutrition/hunger Jere R. Behrman, Harold Alderman and John Hoddinott 23. Unsafe water and lack of sanitation Guy Hutton 24. Population: migration Michael J. Greenwood Index. Printed Pages: 460., Cambridge University Press, 2008, Oxford University Press, 2006. First edition. Softcover. New. 22 x 28 cm. India has a large agricultural base. Yet its share in global agriculture exports is insignificant and its domestic market is increasingly protected. In global trade negotiations, India’s efforts have been directed more towards retaining the right to protect than towards eliminating distortions at home and abroad. This report addresses the dilemma by studying the horticulture sector, one of the most dynamic segments of Indian agriculture and international trade. It undertakes an integrated analysis of the sector—from farm to retail—based on primary surveys of farmers, agents, and exporters across fifteen different Indian states. The study identifies three major impediments to exports: · The ‘logistical tax’ imposed by high farmer-to-consumer delivery costs, which erodes the production cost advantage enjoyed by Indian farmers; · The ‘standards gap’ between the stringent health, safety, and quality requirements of governments and buyers, especially in richer countries, and assessment mechanisms in India; and · Trade policy barriers that Indian exporters face in foreign markets. Providing clear policy prescriptions the report recommends eliminating both the logistical tax and the standards gap. This will require the creation of an integrated and competitive domestic agricultural market, along with improved communication, transport, storage, distribution, and agricultural support services. Radical reform in services is, therefore, desirable not just for its own sake but for the transformation of India’s agricultural trade. Furthermore, the report advocates that providing farmers access to efficient services will strengthen the political case for agricultural trade liberalization and subsequent economic gains. A willingness to reform its own trade regime will enable India to take a more forceful position in the WTO negotiations, seeking not just significantly lower levels of foreign protection, but also much greater transparency, simplicity, and predictability in foreign trade regimes. Printed Pages: 114., Oxford University Press, 2006

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New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press, 2007 India has a large agricultural base. Yet its share in global agriculture exports is insignificant and its domestic market is increasingly protected. In global trade negotiations, India’s efforts have been directed more towards retaining the right to protect than towards eliminating distortions at home and abroad. This report addresses the dilemma by studying the horticulture sector, one of the most dynamic segments of Indian agriculture and international trade. It undertakes an integrated analysis of the sector—from farm to retail—based on primary surveys of farmers, agents, and exporters across fifteen different Indian states. The study identifies three major impediments to exports: · The ‘logistical tax’ imposed by high farmer-to-consumer delivery costs, which erodes the production cost advantage enjoyed by Indian farmers; · The ‘standards gap’ between the stringent health, safety, and quality requirements of governments and buyers, especially in richer countries, and assessment mechanisms in India; and · Trade policy barriers that Indian exporters face in foreign markets. Providing clear policy prescriptions the report recommends eliminating both the logistical tax and the standards gap. This will require the creation of an integrated and competitive domestic agricultural market, along with improved communication, transport, storage, distribution, and agricultural support services. Radical reform in services is, therefore, desirable not just for its own sake but for the transformation of India’s agricultural trade. Furthermore, the report advocates that providing farmers access to efficient services will strengthen the political case for agricultural trade liberalization and subsequent economic gains. A willingness to reform its own trade regime will enable India to take a more forceful position in the WTO negotiations, seeking not just significantly lower levels of foreign protection, but also much greater transparency, simplicity, and predictability in foreign trade regimes.. First Edition. Paperback. New. 15 x 23 Cm., Oxford University Press, 2007

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Oxford University Press, 2006. First edition. Softcover. New. 22 x 28 cm. India has a large agricultural base. Yet its share in global agriculture exports is insignificant and its domestic market is increasingly protected. In global trade negotiations, India_\™s efforts have been directed more towards retaining the right to protect than towards eliminating distortions at home and abroad. This report addresses the dilemma by studying the horticulture sector, one of the most dynamic segments of Indian agriculture and international trade. It undertakes an integrated analysis of the sector_\”from farm to retail_\”based on primary surveys of farmers, agents, and exporters across fifteen different Indian states. The study identifies three major impediments to exports: __ The _\˜logistical tax_\™ imposed by high farmer-to-consumer delivery costs, which erodes the production cost advantage enjoyed by Indian farmers; __ The _\˜standards gap_\™ between the stringent health, safety, and quality requirements of governments and buyers, especially in richer countries, and assessment mechanisms in India; and __ Trade policy barriers that Indian exporters face in foreign markets. Providing clear policy prescriptions the report recommends eliminating both the logistical tax and the standards gap. This will require the creation of an integrated and competitive domestic agricultural market, along with improved communication, transport, storage, distribution, and agricultural support services. Radical reform in services is, therefore, desirable not just for its own sake but for the transformation of India_\™s agricultural trade. Furthermore, the report advocates that providing farmers access to efficient services will strengthen the political case for agricultural trade liberalization and subsequent economic gains. A willingness to reform its own trade regime will enable India to take a more forceful position in the WTO negotiations, seeking not just significantly lower levels of foreign protection, but also much greater transparency, simplicity, and predictability in foreign trade regimes. Printed Pages: 114., Oxford University Press, 2006

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From Competition at Home to Competing Abroad: The Case of Indian Horticulture
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From Competition at Home to Competing Abroad: The Case of Indian Horticulture

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0195685938

Based on a supply chain analysis of Indian horticulture products such as fresh fruits and vegetables like apples, grapes, potatoes, peas, onions, and others based on primary surveys.

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