Tying It All Together: The Potential of Legal, Social and Market-Based Control Mechanisms to Enforce Integrated and Sustainable Decision-Making

  • Isabelle Martin

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  • Isabelle Martin
    D.C.L., Member of the Quebec Bar
    Assistant Professor, School of Industrial Relations, Université de Montréal

This article is based on my doctoral thesis which was conducted under the supervision of Prof Jean-Guy Belley at McGill University and benefited from funding provided by a SSRHC Doctoral Award. Earlier versions of this article were presented at the 2012 Canadian Law and Economics Association in Toronto and at the 2013 Law and Society Association (Boston). I would like to thank Jean-Guy Belley, Michel Coutu, Sophie Morin, Marie Annik Grégoire, Julie Paquin, Renée-Claude Drouin and two anonymous reviewers of the Revue générale de droit for their comments and support. I would also like to thank Ellen Murray and Marc Cigana for their proofreading assistance. All remaining errors are my own.

Couverture de Volume 44, numéro 2, 2014, p. 229-583, Revue générale de droit

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