Author:Popescu, Gheorghe H.
  1. Introduction

    Alliances for capacity building and carrying out are interested in improving the capacity of members to advance innovative practices (Popescu et al., 2016a, b) to react to environmental matters. Member companies can employ capacity-building alliances either as a manifesto for the alteration of norms and rules to favor their ways out (Ionescu, 2016a, b) and expertise or to replicate and maintain current rules and norms in an endeavor to minimize developing environmental demands. The dissemination and legitimation of new practices (Mihaila, Popescu, and Nica, 2016) compel members to involve considerably in building capacity and carrying them out within the partnership. (Hahn and Pinkse, 2014)

  2. The Economic Aspects of Global Environmental Governance Schemes

    Society-nature links are intimately associated with social power relations, to ones of forces and "obviousnesses" that are established in societal arrangements, and to the essentially crisis-prone character of capitalist societies. A long-term purpose of the state is to be the disputed political centre-stage of the configuration of social control (Mircica, 2014) and the setting up of a vigorous mode of advancement. The state functions to institutionally fortify the many-sided society-nature links. The capitalist mode of production is wide-ranging (Nica, Manole, and Briscariu, 2016) and prepared with regard to boosting surplus value, output and consumption. Whether a certain society-nature link is prevalent or hegemonic is based on whether governmental entities are recognized as spheres for engaging in disputes (Popescu and Predescu, 2016) and for handling agreements concerning access to natural resources. (Brand and Wissen, 2013) The success of capacity-building links relies on the relative involvement of the various members in relation to their basic expertise and capabilities. Legitimacy assessments develop via social discursive mechanisms. Companies can deliberately impact legitimation processes as concerned participants. Successful environmental governance holds that it would be extremely advantageous if the most strict and elaborate environmental rules and norms (Nica and Hurjui, 2016) were disseminated into broader institutional spheres. Companies with powerful and diversified relationships within institutional spheres will take advantage of substantial flexibility for purposefully furthering constructive rules and norms to acquire and preserve legitimacy. (Hahn and Pinkse, 2014)

    Brand firms are progressively embracing corporate sustainability plans aiming to institute rules, supervision, and closer connections with their providers. Brand firms are dynamically managing and strengthening carrying out of supply chain demands (Popescu and Huru, 2016) via codes of behavior, buying schemes, certification, and audits. Brand firms are admitting the significance of concerted networks to attaining their objectives (Nica...

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