Cristina M Balboa
Cristina M Balboa
Associate Professor, Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, Baruch College
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei baruch.cuny.edu
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Farming the reef: is aquaculture a solution for reducing fishing pressure on coral reefs?
RS Pomeroy, JE Parks, CM Balboa
Marine Policy 30 (2), 111-130, 2006
1222006
The emergence of non-state market-driven (NSMD) global environmental governance
G Auld, C Balboa, S Bernstein, B CASHORE
Governance for the Environment: New Perspectives, 183, 2009
882009
Can technological innovations improve private regulation in the global economy?
G Auld, B Cashore, C Balboa, L Bozzi, S Renckens
Business and Politics 12 (3), 1-39, 2010
522010
How Successful Transnational Non-governmental Organizations Set Themselves up for Failure on the Ground
CM Balboa
World Development 54, 273-287, 2014
402014
The consumption of marine ornamental fish in the United States: a description from US import data
CM Balboa
Marine Ornamental Species. Collection, Culture and Conservation, 65-76, 2003
372003
The spread of the certification model: understanding the evolution of non-state market driven governance
G Auld, C Balboa, T Bartley, B Cashore, K Levin
International Studies Association Conference, 2007
272007
The spread of the certification model: understanding the evolution of non-state market driven governance
G Auld, C Balboa, T Bartley, B Cashore, K Levin
International Studies Association Conference, 2007
272007
The financial feasibility of small-scale marine ornamental aquaculture in the Philippines
RS Pomeroy, C Balboa
Asian Fisheries Science 17 (2004), 365-376, 2004
272004
The economics of live rock and live coral aquaculture
JE Parks, RS Pomeroy, CM Balboa
Marine Ornamental Species: Collection, Culture and Conservation, 185-206, 2003
182003
Mission interference: How competition confounds accountability for environmental nongovernmental organizations
CM Balboa
Review of Policy Research 34 (1), 110-131, 2017
162017
Accountability of environmental impact bonds: The future of global environmental governance?
CM Balboa
Global Environmental Politics 16 (2), 33-41, 2016
152016
The accountability and legitimacy of international NGOs
CM Balboa
The NGO Challenge to International Relations Theory, 340, 2015
142015
When non-governmental organizations govern: Accountability in Private Conservation Networks
CM Balboa
Yale University, 2009
142009
The Paradox of Scale: How NGOs Build, Maintain, and Lose Authority in Environmental Governance
CM Balboa
MIT Press, 2018
132018
Implications for coral reef management and policy: relevant findings from the 9th International Coral Reef Symposium
B Best, R Pomeroy, C Balboa
72002
Policymaking in the Global Context: Training Students to Build Effective Strategic Partnerships With Nongovernmental Organizations
CM Balboa, MZ Deloffre
Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2015
42015
International NGOs in New York City: A Comparative Study
C Balboa, A Berman, L Welton
Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management, Baruch College School of …, 2015
22015
Participation versus Performance: The Crisis of Accountability for Environmental Nongovernmental Organizations
CM Balboa
Global Environmental Governance and the Accountability Trap, 87, 2019
2019
Book Review: Building the Next Ark: How NGOs Work to Protect Biodiversity
CM Balboa
Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 17 …, 2006
2006
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