2008   Constance L. McDermott and Benjamin Cashore. "Assessing USGBC's Policy Options for Forest Certification & the Use of Wood and Other Bio-based Materials." A Summary Report Prepared for the US Green Building Council. Link to report and appendices
     
2007   Constance L. McDermott, Benjamin Cashore and Peter Kanowski, "A Global Comparison of Forest Practice Policies Using Tasmania as a Constant Case."GISF Research Paper 010. PDF
     
2006   Constance L. McDermott, "FSC in the Northern Appalachians: A regional and sub-regional analysis of Forest Stewardship Council certification as a tool for forest conservation." December 2006. A report prepared for the Kendall Foundation. Advisors: Benjamin Cashore and Michael Conroy. GISF Research Paper 009. PDF
     
2002 Noah and Cashore, “Discussion Paper on Forest Certification” Paper prepared for the Forest Dialogue Meeting on Forest Certification, October 16-18, Geneva, Switzerland
     
2000 Cashore, Benjamin “Legitimacy and the Privatization of Environmental Governance: Exploring Forest Certification (Eco-labeling) in the US and Canadian Forest Sectors”, Forest Policy Center Internal Working paper No. 114, School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University, AL,
http://www.forestry.auburn.edu/forestpolicycenter (revised version of working paper #102).
     
2000   Cashore, “Competing for Legitimacy: Globalization, Sustainability, and the Emergence of Private Governance (Certification Programs) in the US and Canadian Forest Sectors. Forest Policy Center Internal Working paper No. 102, School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University, AL,
http://www.forestry.auburn.edu/forestpolicycenter
     
1999 "An Examination of Why a Long-term Resolution to the Canada/US Softwood Lumber Dispute Eludes Policy Makers”, Canadian Forest Service Pacific Research Station working paper, Working Paper 98.02, Industry, Trade and Economics Program, Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada, February, 1999 (published as December 1998).
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