Siin ilmselt jälle üks artikkel, mis pretendeerib pikaajalisele diskussioonile. Autorid pakuvad välja teooria.

We suggest that the normative influence of hybrid policies and practices will depend on the degree to which they are considered to be an appropriate institutional means to address a specific end. Thus, we theorize that the compatibility of means across policies and practices might affect the effectiveness of a hybrid practice.

Artiklis otsitakse vastust kahele küsimusele:

We tackle the following empirical questions: first, the effectiveness of green investing in society as a market practice driving firm-level environmental performance, and second, how this effectiveness is moderated by two state policies, namely environmental and shareholder protection.

Siinviitatu on niisugune tekst, kust midagi välja tuua ei tahakski. Võib-olla oleks Eesti kontekstis märkida avaliku-era koostöö aspekti.

The active involvement of the state in environmental protection may delegitimize private sector initiatives aiming for public goods, especially those arising from the financial sector, which has traditionally had competing ends. Financial and environmental logics may be perceived as less compatible, and green investing as a hybrid practice may lose influence, as the state takes on a primary role and is perceived as the legitimate actor in support of environmental goals. Our results suggest that a more effective environmental policy would be to introduce regulatory changes in the financial sector favoring its actors’ environmental transition.

Yan, S., Almandoz, J. (John), & Ferraro, F. (2021). The Impact of Logic (In)Compatibility: Green Investing, State Policy, and Corporate Environmental Performance. Administrative Science Quarterly.