Kalim Shah
Kalim Shah
Biden School of Public Policy and Administration, University of Delaware
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Understanding livelihood vulnerability to climate change: Applying the livelihood vulnerability index in Trinidad and Tobago
KU Shah, HB Dulal, C Johnson, A Baptiste
Geoforum 47, 125-137, 2013
Renewable energy diffusion in Asia: Can it happen without government support?
HB Dulal, KU Shah, C Sapkota, G Uma, BR Kandel
Energy Policy 59, 301-311, 2013
Filling the gaps: Policy supports and interventions for scaling up renewable energy development in Small Island Developing States
GR Timilsina, KU Shah
Energy Policy 98, 653-662, 2016
Organizational legitimacy and the strategic bridging ability of green alliances
KU Shah
Business Strategy and the Environment 20 (8), 498-511, 2011
Energy policy, aid, and the development of renewable energy resources in Small Island Developing States
M Dornan, KU Shah
Energy policy 98, 759-767, 2016
Strategic organizational drivers of corporate environmental responsibility in the Caribbean hotel industry
KU Shah
Policy Sciences 44, 321-344, 2011
Aligning corporate social responsibility with green economy development pathways in developing countries
KU Shah, S Arjoon, M Rambocas
Sustainable Development 24 (4), 237-253, 2016
Export processing zones and corporate environmental performance in emerging economies: The case of the oil, gas, and chemical sectors of Trinidad and Tobago
KU Shah, JE Rivera
Policy Sciences 40, 265-285, 2007
A multi-criteria evaluation of policy instruments for climate change mitigation in the power generation sector of Trinidad and Tobago
PFH Blechinger, KU Shah
Energy Policy 39 (10), 6331-6343, 2011
Social equity considerations in the implementation of Caribbean climate change adaptation policies
HB Dulal, KU Shah, N Ahmad
Sustainability 1 (3), 363-383, 2009
Through thick and thin? How self‐determination drives the corporate sustainability initiatives of multinational subsidiaries
KU Shah, S Arjoon
Business Strategy and the Environment 24 (6), 565-582, 2015
Energy access in Small Island Developing States: Status, barriers and policy measures
D Surroop, P Raghoo, F Wolf, KU Shah, P Jeetah
Environmental development 27, 58-69, 2018
Corporate environmentalism in a small emerging economy: Stakeholder perceptions and the influence of firm characteristics
KU Shah
Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 18 (2), 80-90, 2011
Choice and control of international joint venture partners to improve corporate environmental performance
KU Shah
Journal of cleaner production 89, 32-40, 2015
Household capacity to adapt to climate change and implications for food security in Trinidad and Tobago
KU Shah, HB Dulal
Regional environmental change 15, 1379-1391, 2015
Energy policy in the Caribbean green economy context and the Institutional Analysis and Design (IAD) framework as a proposed tool for its development
KU Shah, K Niles
Energy policy 98, 768-777, 2016
Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD) projects: lessons for future policy design and implementation
HB Dulal, KU Shah, C Sapkota
International journal of sustainable development & world ecology 19 (2), 116-129, 2012
Capital assets and institutional constraints to implementation of greenhouse gas mitigation options in agriculture
HB Dulal, G Brodnig, KU Shah
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 16, 1-23, 2011
Climate proofing island energy infrastructure systems: Framing resilience based policy interventions
ZMA Bundhoo, KU Shah, D Surroop
Utilities Policy 55, 41-51, 2018
Do industry associations influence corporate environmentalism in developing countries? Evidence from Trinidad and Tobago
KU Shah, JE Rivera
Policy Sciences 46, 39-62, 2013
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