CCEP projects focus on areas such as energy efficiency, corporate social responsibility and corporate performance, greening supply chains, and Eco-Labeling. In addition to world class faculty research, CCEP also facilitates student research projects involving undergraduate students and graduate and professional students in the MBA, Environmental Sciences and Engineering, and Public Policy programs.
ENGAGE investigates how real-time energy consumption feedback can be used as an effective tool for energy conservation. Please visit engage.environment.ucla.edu
Why small jurisdictions may prefer renewable energy policies to reduce CO2 emissions
Megan Accordino and Deepak Rajagopal
Corporate Social Responsibility & Performance
Socially Responsible Investing: The Need for Transparency
Magali Delmas and Vered Doctori Blass
Measuring Corporate Social Responsibility: An Efficiency Perspective
Chien-Ming Chen and Magali Delmas
Greening the Supply Chain: When are customer pressures effective?
Magali Delmas and Ivan Montiel
Eco-labels and Green consumers
Eco-Labeling Strategies: The Eco-Premium Puzzle in the Wine Industry.
Magali Delmas and Laura Grant
Who Purchases Green Products?
Matthew Khan and Ryan Vaughn
Triangulating Environmental Performance: What do Environmental Ratings Really Capture?
Magali Delmas, Dror Etzion and Nicholas Nairn-Birch
Saving Power to Conserve Your Reputation? The effectiveness of private versus Public Informationd
Magali Delmas and Neil Lessem
Mandatory Information Disclosure Policy: Evidence from the electric utility industry
by Magali A. Delmas, Jay P. Shimshack, and Maria J. Montes.
Price Premium for Eco-Labels? The Price of Green Wine
Magali A. Delmas and Laura E. Grant. January 9, 2008.
Adoption of Voluntary Environmental Standards: The Role of Signaling and Intrinsic Benefits in the Diffusion of the LEED Green Building Standards.
by Charles J. Corbett and Suresh Muthulingam. August 2007.
Measuring Corporate Environmental Performance
Delmas, M and Doctori, V. 2007
Extending the Horizons: Environmental Excellence as Key to Improving Operations.
by Charles J. Corbett and Robert D. Klassen. Winter 2006.
Sustainability in the Motion Picture Industry
by Dr. Charles J. Corbett and Dr. Richard P. Turco. November 2006.
Do Greens Drive Hummers or Hybrids? Environmental Ideology as a Determinant of Consumer Choice
by Matthew E. Kahn, November 2006.
The Financial Impact Of ISO 9000 Certification in the US: An Empirical Analysis.
by Charles J. Corbett, Mara J. Montes-Sancho, and David A. Kirsch. July 2005.
Achieving Environmental And Productivity Improvements Through Model-Based Process Redesign.
by Kumar Rajaram and Charles J. Corbett. Operations Research. 2002.
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