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Period at SSP: Fall 2006 - Spring 2009
Appointment title at SSP: Doctoral fellow
Research project title at SSP: Overcoming the challenges to the implementation of green chemistry
Faculty host at SSP: William Clark, John Holdren, Venkatesh Narayanamurti
Final SSP progress report on file: Progress report
Documents produced drawing on fellowship research: Documents
Most recent institutional appointment on file: The London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Government
Most recent email on file: email@example.com
Most recent website on file: http://www2.lse.ac.uk/government/whosWho/pro...
Most recent CV on file: CV
This entry last updated on: February 4, 2013
Matus, Kira J., , William C Clark, Paul T Anastas, Julie B Zimmerman. 2012. Barriers to the implementation of green chemistry in the United States. Environmental Science and Technology, 46(20):10892-9. DOI:10.1021/es3021777.
Matus, Kira J.M. 2010. Innovating for development : Policy incentives for a cleaner supply chain: The case of green chemistry. Journal of International Affairs 64(1):121-136.
Matus, Kira. 2009. Standardization, certification and labeling: Lessons from theory and practice. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 37, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.
Creech, Heather, Tony Vetter, Kira Matus, Ian R. Seymour. 2008. The governance of non-legal entities: An exploration into the challenges facing collaborative, multistakeholder enterprises that are hosted by institutions. Winnipeg, Canada: International Institute for Sustainable Development.
Henry, Ann Laudati, Kira Matus, and Elizabeth McNie. 2008. The Ruffolo Curriculum on Sustainability Science: 2008 Edition. CID Graduate Student and Research Fellow Working Paper No. 32, Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.
Matus, Kira J., Paul T. Anastas, William C. Clark, and Kai Itameri-Kinter. 2007. Overcoming the Challenges to the Implementation of Green Chemistry. CID Working Paper No. 155. Center for International Development, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.