2008 "Differences that 'Matter'? A Framework for Comparing Environmental Certification Standards and Government Policies" by Constance L. McDermott, Emily Noah and Benjamin Cashore. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning. 10:1, 47-70.
2007 "Can Non-state Governance Ratchet Up Global Environmental Standards? Lessons from the Forest Sector" by Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld, Steven Bernstein and Constance McDermott. Review of European Community International and Environmental Law. 16 (2).
2007 “Punctuating Which Equilibrium? Understanding Thermostatic Policy Dynamics In Pacific Northwest Forestry” by Benjamin Cashore and Michael Howeltt. American Journal of Political Science.
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2007

“Forest Certification in Developing and Transitioning Countries: Part of a Sustainable Future?, by Benjamin Cashore, Fred Gale, Errol Meidinger and Deanna Newsom. Environment Volume 48, Number 9 (November) pp. 6-25
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2007 “Can Non-State Global Governance be Legitimate?: A Theoretical Framework” by Steven Bernstein and Benjamin Cashore, Forthcoming, Regulation and Governance.
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2007 “Revising Theories of Non-state Market Driven (NSMD) Governance: Lessons from the Finnish Forest Certification Experience”by Benjamin Cashore, Beth Egan, Graeme Auld and Deanna Newsom, Global Environmental Politics. Volume 7, Issue 1 (February), pp. 1-44.
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2006 “Forest Certification in North America” by Eric Hansen, Rick Fletcher, Benjamin Cashore and Constance McDermott, Oregon State University Extension Service EC 1518 January
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2006 “Direct Targeting as an NGO Political Strategy: Examining Private Authority Regimes in the Forestry Sector" by Erika Sasser, Aseem Prakash, Benjamin Cashore and Graeme Auld, Business and Politics (December) 8(3), pp. 1-34.
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2006 “Does Forest Certification Matter? An Analysis of Operation-Level Changes Required During the SmartWood Certification Process," by Deanna Newsom, Volker Bahn and Benjamin Cashore, US. Journal of Forest Policy and Economics. Vol 9, Issue 3 December, pp. 197-208.
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2005 “Public Influences on Plantation Forestry”, by Glenn T. Howe, Bruce Schindler, Benjamin Cashore, Eric Hansen, Denise Lach, and Ward Armstrong, With March/April, Journal of Forestry. 102 (2) March, pp. 90-94.
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2005 “Changes in the Governance of Forest Resources” Convening lead authors: Peter Glück, Jeremy Rayner and Benjamin Cashore; In Gerardo Mery, Rene Alfaro, Markku Kanninen and Maxim Labovikov (eds.), Forests in the Global Balance – Changing Paradigms. IUFRO World Series, volume 17. Helsinki: IUFRO, 2005, 51-74
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2004 “Non-State Global Governance: Is Forest Certification a Legitimate Alternative to a Global Forest Convention?” Steven Bernstein and Ben Cashore. in John Kirton and Michael Trebilcock (eds.) Hard Choices, Soft Law: Combining Trade, Environment, and Social Cohesion in Global Governance (Aldershot: Ashgate Press). 2004.
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2004 “Punctuating What Equilibrium?  Institutional Rigidities and Thermostatic Properties in Pacific Northwest Forest Policy Dynamics” Cashore and Howlett. January 2004.
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2004 “The United States’ Race to Certify Sustainable Forestry: Non-State Environmental Governance and the Competition for Policy-Making Authority” Ben Cashore, Graeme Auld, and Deanna Newsom. Business and Politics Volume 5, Issue 3 (January 2004).
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2004 “The Policies and Politics Governing Plantation Management,” Presentation by Benjamin Cashore to Conference on Intensive Plantation Forestry in the Pacific Northwest Assessment of Future Potential & Economic, Environmental and Social Applications. January 20-22, 2004, Oregon Convention Center
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2004 “Legitimizing Political Consumerism: The Case of Forest Certification in North America and Europe” Cashore, Auld and Newsom. 2004, Special issue of the Russian Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology. This is a reprint of our chapter in Politics, Products, and Markets. Exploring Political Consumerism Past and Present edited by Micheletti, Andreas FØllesdal, and Dietlind Stolle. Transaction Press, at Rutgers University, New Brunswick
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2003 “Private or Self-Regulation? A Comparative Study of Forest Certification Choices in Canada, the United States and Germany” Cashore, van Kooten, Vertinsky, Auld and Affolderbach. 2003 Journal of Forest Policy and Economics
2003 “Private Policy Networks and Sustainable Forestry Policy: Comparing Forest Certification Experiences in the US Northeast and the Canadian Maritimes.” (with Lawson), Canadian-American Public Policy (Spring 2003)
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2003 “Developing a Multi-Disciplinary Evaluation of an Environmental Policy Innovation: Impacts of Forest Certification within the United States.” Ben Cashore and Emily Noah. Paper prepared for delivery to the Annual Meeting of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, Washington, DC, November 6, 2003.
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2003 “Private Policy Networks and Sustainable Forestry Policy: Comparing Forest Certification Experiences in the US Northeast and the Canadian Maritimes.” Cashore and Lawson. Canadian-American Public Policy (Spring 2003)
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2003 “Forestry in British Columbia in Comparative Context”, Association for Canadian studies in the United States, panel on Pacific Northwest forest policy, 2003 Biennial Meeting, Portland, OR, November 19-23 [conference paper]
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2003 “Forest Certification (Eco-labeling) Programs and their Policy-Making Authority: Explaining Divergence Among North American and European Case Studies” Ben Cashore, Graeme Auld and Deanna Newsom, Journal of Forest Policy and Economics 2003 (Volume 5, issue 3). 225-247.
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2002 “The International-Domestic Nexus: The Effects of International Trade and Environmental Politics on the Canadian Forest Sector” (with Bernstein) in Howlett (ed.), Canadian Forest Policy: Regimes, Policy Dynamics and Institutional Adaptations 2002. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press).
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2002 “Legitimacy and the Privatization of Environmental Governance: How Non State Market-Driven (NSMD) Governance Systems (Eco-labeling Programs) Gain Rule Making Authority" Ben Cashore. Governance, vol. 15, no. 4 (October 2002).
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2002 “Perspectives on Forest Certification as a Policy Process: Reflections on Elliott and Schlaepfer's Use of the Advocacy Coalition Framework” by Benjamin Cashore. Christopher Elliott, Errol Meidinger, and Gerhard Oesten (editors), Social and Political Dimensions of Forest Certification. Remagen-Oberwinter, Germany: Forstbuch. 2002.
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2002 "Perspectives on Forest Certification: A Survey Examining Differences Among the US Forest Sectors’ Views of Their Forest Certification Alternatives" by Graeme Auld, Ben Cashore, and Deanna Newsom. in Forest Policy for Private Forestry. (Teeter, Cashore and Zhang, eds). Accepted through a blind peer review process established by editors, CAB International. 2002.
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2002 "Forest Certification in the Heart of Dixie: A Survey Of Alabama Landowners" in Forest Policy for Private Forestry. by Newsom, Cashore, Auld and Granskgo, (Teeter, Cashore and Zhang, eds). Accepted through a blind peer review process established by editors, CAB International. 2002.
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2002 “Company Choices on Sustainable Forestry Forest Certification: The Case of JD Irving, Ltd.*” in Forest Policy for Private Forestry by Lawson and Cashore, (Teeter, Cashore and Zhang, eds). Accepted through a blind peer review process established by editors, CAB International. 2002.
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2001 “What Should Canada Do When the Softwood Lumber Agreement Expires?” Policy issue of the week for policy.ca, and on line policy web site. February 7, 2001
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2001 "Globalization, Internationalization and Liberal Environmentalism: Exploring Non-domestic Sources of Influence on Canadian Environmental Policy", (Cashore and Bernstein) in Debora L. VanNijnatten and Robert Boardman, (ed.) 2001. Canadian Environmental Policy: Ecosystems, Politics and Process (2nd ed.) Oxford University Press.
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2001 "Privileging the Sub-Sector: Critical Sub Sectors and Sectoral Relationships in Forest Policy-Making” (Cashore, Rayner, Howlett, Wilson, and Hoberg) Journal of Forest Policy and Economics vol. 2, no. 3-4 (2001): 319-332.
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2001 "Chapter Four: Firm Responses to External Pressures for Sustainable Forest Management in British Columbia and the US Pacific Northwest", (with Vertinsky and Raizada) in Alper and Salazar (eds.) Sustaining the Pacific Coast Forests: Forging Truces in the War in the Woods. 2001. (Vancouver: UBC Press).
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2000 "Globalization, Four Paths of Internationalization and Domestic Policy Change: The Case of Eco-forestry Policy Change in British Columbia, Canada" (with Steven Bernstein). Canadian Journal of Political Science Volume XXXIII: 1 (March 2000): 67-99.
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2000 "Policy Networks and Firm Behaviours: Governance Systems and Firm Responses to External Demands for Sustainable Forest Management” (with Ilan Vertinsky) Policy Sciences,Volume 33 (March 2000): 1-30.
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1999 "Chapter 3: The US Pacific Northwest", in Wilson et al., Forest Policy: International Case Studies (Oxon, UK: CAB International, 1999).
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