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Greening the Car Industry: Varieties of Capitalism and Climate Change Hardcover – October 31, 2009

ISBN-13: 978-1847206527 ISBN-10: 1847206522

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'Greening the Car Industry is an innovative book in the Varieties of Capitalism tradition. Its interviews and analysis offer rich insights into why the US car industry struggles, particularly on environmental impact, compared to Japanese and German firms. John Mikler shows that regulatory institutions matter, and how they matter. For the car industry at least, more collaborative forms of capitalism show more promise. Mikler gives us a masterpiece of regulatory scholarship.' - John Braithwaite, Australian National University

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John Mikler, Lecturer in Government and International Relations, University of Sydney, Australia

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