I. Examples of Framework Conditions:Martin Tschandl & Horst Peter Zingsheim: Sustainability, ethics and strategic management - Kathrin Ankele: On sticks and carrots. Framework conditions for effective corporate self-regulation towards sustainability. - Anton Geyer: The challenge of sustainable manufacturing. Four scenarios 2015-2021 - Dietfried Günter Liesegang & Alexander Moutchnik: Diffusion of environmental management standards. /II. Managing and Reporting Corporate Sustainability:Thomas Bieker: Sustainability management with the Balanced Scorecard. - Ulrike Seebacher, Ulrike Gelbmann, Martina Friesenbichler and Jürgen Suschek-Berger: Making corporate social responsibility operational. - Karl Resel: Putting sustainability reporting into context. Reporting as part of a new institutional arrangement for sustainable development. - Ingrid Kaltenegger, Corporate Social Sustainability and Reporting in automobile companies. /III. From Corporations to Networks:Ole Erik Hansen, Bent Søndergård, Jesper Holm & Søren Kerndrup: Creation and communication of environmental knowledge within and between communities of practice. - Debbie Millard, Paul Hooper, Mark Stubbs & Fiona Tilley: Inter-organisational learning networks, waste minimisation projects and SMEs: Towards a conceptual framework. - Heinz Strebel: Industrial recycling networks as an entrance into circular economy. - Svenja Espenhorst: The sustainable orientation of Inter-Industrial Recycling Networks. A critical view. - Alfred Posch: Sustainability Networks. Concept and potential areas for inter-organizational cooperation.
A fresh and stimulating analysis of the relationship between domestic and foreign policy in Russia before the First World War, now available in English for the first time. 'By far the most perceptive, knowledgeable, and intelligent work on the last half century of imperial Russia in print.'-Theodore H. Von Laue, Russian History 'This important, tightly packed book ...analyzes the basic problems of Russian imperialism thoroughly and with enormous erudition...Scholars concerned with imperialism and Russian domestic and foreign problems will welcome this thought-provoking work.'-David MacKenzie, American Historical Review 'A convincing and important analysis of the mutual dependence of autocratic domestic and foreign politics...This book ought to be the occasion for a renewed and wide discussion of Russian imperialism and should give rise to further studies of the question.'-Alan Kimball, Slavic Review 'This is a remarkably good book. Good in many respects-quality of research and writing, breadth of view, command of the facts, balance and penetrating in judgment, familiarity with relevant theory...The book represents a revived and deepened historicism.'-Paul W. Schroeder, Journal of Modern History 'Geyer presents a detailed and integrated chronological analysis of the interaction between domestic and international developments under the last three Tsars.'-Choice 'In the historians' art of analytic synthesis he has no peer among specialists in Russian history.'-Theodore H. Von Laue, Slavic Review