Delmas, M. and Young, O. 2009. Governance for the Environment: New Perspectives. Edited volume. Cambridge University Press.
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., Etzion, D., & Nairn-Birch, N. 2013. Triangulating Environmental Performance: What do Corporate Social Responsibility Ratings Really Capture? Academy of Management Perspectives.
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 Grant, L. Forthcoming. Eco-labeling Strategies and Price-Premium: The Wine Industry Puzzle. Business & Society.
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.
Published: Monday, March 05, 2012