Ivan Montiel is an Assistant Professor of Corporate Sustainability at Loyola Marymount University. His research interests include how organizations can design socially responsible and sustainable strategies while remaining competitive. He is currently working on several research projects analyzing environmental behavior of firms in Mexico, and issues of regulatory uncertainty and corruption.
|| Montiel, I., Husted, B. and Christmann, P. 2012. "Using Private Management Certification to Reduce Information Asymmetries in Corrupt Environments." Strategic Management Journal 33(9): 1103-1113.|
||Montiel, I. 2008. "Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Sustainability: Separate Pasts, Common Futures." Organization & Environment 21 (3): 245-269.|
||Delmas. M., and I. Montiel. 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.|
||Montiel, I., and B. Husted. 2009. "The Adoption of Certified Environmental Management Programs in Mexico: First Movers as Institutional Entrepreneurs." Journal of Business Ethics 88 (2): 349-363.|
Environmental Policy PRIMARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation PRIMARY
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY