Paul Lanoie
Paul Lanoie
Professor of Economics HEC Montreal
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Does it pay to be green? A systematic overview
S Ambec, P Lanoie
The Academy of Management Perspectives, 45-62, 2008
The Porter hypothesis at 20: can environmental regulation enhance innovation and competitiveness?
S Ambec, MA Cohen, S Elgie, P Lanoie
Review of environmental economics and policy, 2013
Environmental policy, innovation and performance: new insights on the Porter hypothesis
P Lanoie, J Laurent‐Lucchetti, N Johnstone, S Ambec
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 20 (3), 803-842, 2011
Measuring the sustainability of cities: An analysis of the use of local indicators
GA Tanguay, J Rajaonson, JF Lefebvre, P Lanoie
Ecological indicators 10 (2), 407-418, 2010
Environmental regulation and productivity: Testing the porter hypothesis
P Lanoie, M Patry, R Lajeunesse
Journal of productivity analysis 30, 121-128, 2008
Can capital markets create incentives for pollution control?
P Lanoie, B Laplante, M Roy
Ecological Economics 26 (1), 31-41, 1998
Globalization for development: trade, finance, aid, migration, and policy
I Goldin, KA Reinert
World Bank Publications, 2006
Incentives for pollution control: regulation or information?
J Foulon, P Lanoie, B Laplante
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 44 (1), 169-187, 2002
Does it pay to be green? A systematic overview
A Stefan, L Paul
Academy of management perspectives 22 (4), 45-62, 2008
The market response to environmental incidents in Canada: a theoretical and empirical analysis
B Laplante, P Lanoie
Southern Economic Journal, 657-672, 1994
Determinants of environmental performance in the Canadian pulp and paper industry: An assessment from inside the industry
J Doonan, P Lanoie, B Laplante
Ecological economics 55 (1), 73-84, 2005
Economic benefits tied to ecodesign
S Plouffe, P Lanoie, C Berneman, MF Vernier
Journal of Cleaner Production 19 (6-7), 573-579, 2011
Regulation and productivity
C Dufour, P Lanoie, M Patry
Journal of Productivity Analysis 9 (3), 233-247, 1998
Monitoring of pollution regulation: Do local conditions matter?
C Dion, P Lanoie, B Laplante
Journal of Regulatory Economics 13 (1), 5-18, 1998
The impact of occupational safety and health regulation on the risk of workplace accidents: Quebec, 1983-87
P Lanoie
Journal of Human Resources, 643-660, 1992
The value of a statistical life: a comparison of two approaches
P Lanoie, C Pedro, R Latour
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 10 (3), 235-257, 1995
Shopping hours and price levels in the retailing industry: A theoretical and empirical analysis
GA Tanguay, LUC Vallge, P Lanoie
Economic Inquiry 33 (3), 516-524, 1995
Workers' compensation, moral hazard and the composition of workplace injuries
D Bolduc, B Fortin, F Labrecque, P Lanoie
Journal of Human Resources, 623-652, 2002
When and why does it pay to be green?
S Ambec, P Lanoie
CIRANO, 2007
Costs and benefits of preventing workplace accidents: the case of participatory ergonomics
P Lanoie, S Tavenas
Safety Science 24 (3), 181-196, 1996
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