Delmas, M. and Young, O. 2009.  Governance for the Environment: New Perspectives. Edited volume. Cambridge University Press.

Book review of Governance for the Environment in Public Administration

Book review of Governance for the Environment in Ecological Economics


Delmas, M. & Lessem, N. Forthcoming. Saving Power to Conserve your Reputation? The Effectiveness of Private versus Public Information. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.

Blass, V. Corbett, C., Delmas, M. & Muthulingam, S. Forthcoming. Top Management Involvement in the Adoption of Energy Efficiency Projects. Energy.

Chen, CM., Delmas, MA., Lieberman, MB. Forthcoming. Production Frontier Methodologies and Efficiency as a Performance Measure in Strategic Management Research. Strategic Management Journal.

Delmas, M & Pekovic, S. Forthcoming. Sustainability and Market Conditions: The Resource Efficiency Paradox. Long Range Planning.

Delmas, M. and Grant, L. 2014.  Eco-labeling Strategies and Price-Premium: The Wine Industry Puzzle. Business & Society. 53(1): 6–44.

Delmas, M., Etzion, D., & Nairn-Birch, N. 2013. Triangulating Environmental Performance: What do Corporate Social Responsibility Ratings Really Capture? Academy of Management Perspectives.

Delmas, M. and Pekovic, S. 2013. Environmental Standards and Labor Productivity. Journal of Organizational Behavior. 34(2): 230-252. See UCLA today article.

Delmas, M., Fischlein, M & Asensio, O. 2013. Information Strategies and Energy Conservation Behavior: A Meta-Analysis of Experimental Studies from 1975 to 2012. Energy Policy. 61: 729–739.

Chen, C-M. and Delmas, M. 2012. Measuring Eco-Inefficiency: A New Frontier Approach. Operations Research. 60(5): 1064-1079.

Delmas, M and Cuerel Burbano, V. 2011. The Drivers of Greenwashing. California Management Review. 54(1): 64-87.

Delmas, M. and Montes-Sancho, M. 2011. An Institutional Perspective on the Diffusion of International Accountability Standards: the Case of the Environmental Management Standard ISO 14001.Business Ethics Quarterly.  21(1): 1052-1081.

Delmas, M. and Montes-Sancho, M. 2011. US State Policies for Renewable Energy: Context and Effectiveness. Energy Policy. 39(5): 2273-2288. Database used for the paper in SPSS and in STATA.

Delmas, M, Hoffman V. and Kuss, M. 2011. Under the Tip of the Iceberg: Absorptive Capacity, Environmental Strategy and Competitive Advantage. Business & Society. 50(1): 116-154.

Chen, C-M. and Delmas, M. 2011. Measuring Corporate Social Responsibility: An Efficiency Perspective. Production and Operations Management. 20(6): 789-804.

Delmas, M. and Montes, M. 2010. Voluntary Agreements to Improve Environmental Quality: Symbolic and Substantive Cooperation. Strategic Management Journal. 31 (6): 576-601.

Delmas, M. and Doctori, V. 2010. Measuring Corporate Environmental Performance: The Trade-offs of Sustainability Ratings. Business Strategy & the Environment. 19: 245-260.

Delmas, M., Montes, M. and Shimshack, J. 2010. Mandatory Information Disclosure Policy: Evidence from the electric utility industry. Economic Inquiry. 48 (2): 483-492.

Delmas, M. and Montiel, I. 2009. Greening the Supply Chain: When is Customer Pressure Effective?, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 18(1): 171-201.

Delmas, M and Toffel, M. 2008. Organizational Responses to Environmental Demands: Opening the Black Box, Strategic Management Journal. 29(10): 1027-1055

Conti, J. A. Killpack, K., Gerritzen, G., Leia Huang, L., Maria Mircheva, M., Delmas, M., Herr Harthorn, B., P. Appelbaum, R.P., and Holden, P.A. 2008 . Health and Safety Practices in the Nanomaterials Workplace: Results from an International Survey. Environmental Science & Technology Journal. 42(9): 3155-3162.

Delmas, M. and Montiel, I. 2008. The Diffusion of Voluntary International Management Standards: Responsible Care, ISO 9000 and ISO 14001 in the Chemical Industry, Policy Studies Journal. 36(1): 65-93.

Delmas, M., Russo, M. and Montes, M. 2007. Deregulation and Environmental Differentiation in the Electric Utility Industry, Strategic Management Journal. 28(2):189-209. Profiled by the Network for Sustainability.

Delmas, M. and Keller, A. 2005. Strategic Free Riding in Voluntary Programs: the case of the US EPA Wastewise Program, Policy Sciences. 38: 91-106.

Delmas, M. and Tokat, Y. 2005. Deregulation, Efficiency and Governance Structures: The U.S. Electric Utility Sector, Strategic Management Journal. 26: 441-460.

Rivera, J. and Delmas, M. 2004. Business and Environmental Protection: An Introduction, Human Ecology Review. Specialissue on Business and Environmental Policy.

Delmas, M. and Marcus, A. 2004. Firms’ choice of Regulatory Instruments to Reduce Pollution: a Transaction cost approach, Business and Politics: 6(3), Article 3.

Delmas, M. and Toffel, M. 2004. Stakeholders and Environmental Management Practices: An Institutional Framework, Business Strategy and the Environment. 13: 209-222.

Delmas, M. 2002. The Diffusion of Environmental Management Standards in Europe and in the United States: an institutional perspective, Policy Sciences. 35 (1): 1-119.

Delmas, M. and Terlaak, A. 2002. Institutional Factors and Environmental Voluntary Agreements: The Cases of the United States, Germany, the Netherlands and France, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis. 4(1): 5-29.

Delmas, M. 2002. Innovating against European rigidities: Institutional Environment and Dynamic Capabilities, Journal of High Technology Management Research: 13(1): 18-42.

Delmas, M. 2001. Stakeholders and Competitive Advantage: the case of ISO 14001, Production and Operation Management. 10(3): 343-358.

Delmas, M. and Heiman, B. 2001. Government Credible Commitment in the French and American Nuclear Industry, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 20(3): 434-456.

Delmas, M. and Terlaak, A. 2001. A Framework for Analyzing Environmental Voluntary Agreements, California Management Review. 43(3): 44-63.

Delmas, M. 2000. Barriers and Incentives to the adoption of ISO 14001 in the United States, Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum. Fall: 1-38.

Delmas, M. 1999. Exposing Strategic Assets to Create New Competencies: The Case of Hazardous Waste Management Industry, Industrial and Corporate Change vol. 8(4) p. 635-672.