The GEM Initiative's publications draw from academic theory, international fieldwork, and extensive collaboration with NGO and practitioner partners to generate innovative, problem-focused scholarship for both academic and practitioner audiences. GEM produces a range of publications, including academic work and practitioner-focused manuals. Please review some recent GEM publications below.
Auld, G., Renckens, S. and Cashore, B., 2015. Transnational private governance between the logics of empowerment and control. Regulation & Governance, 9(2), pp.108-124.
Iben, N., Hansen, C.P. and Cashore, B., 2014. Timber legality verification in practice: Prospects for support and institutionalization. Forest Policy and Economics, (48), pp.1-5.
Cashore, B. and Stone, M.W., 2014. Does California need Delaware? Explaining Indonesian, Chinese, and United States support for legality compliance of internationally traded products. Regulation & Governance,8(1), pp.49-73.