ISO 14000: Assessing Its Perceived Impact on Corporate Performance - Using survey data from a large number of companies located in the United States, the article explores the issues surrounding the use of the new ISO 14000 environmental certification program. The authors also examine the effect of ISO 14000 on company performance and environmental management systems
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