Publications of Sustainable Banking @ Stanford
Comello, S. D., Maltais-Landry, G., Schwegler, B. R., Lepech, M. D. (2013) “Firm-Level Ecosystem Service Valuation using Mechanistic Biogeochemical Modeling and Functional Substitutability” Ecological Economics (Accepted In Press 2012)
Comello, S. D., Lepech, M. D., Schwegler, B. R. (2012) “Project-Level Assessment of Environmental Effect : Ecosystem Services Approach to Sustainable Management and Development.” Journal of Management in Engineering. 28(1), 5-12.
Cahan, B. (2012) California should demand more from banks that handle taxpayers' money (Mercury News – June 10, 2012), http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/blog/2012/06/california-should-demand-more-banks-handle-taxpayers-money
Cahan, B. (2012) Making Cities Smarter than their Bankers, Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, Smarter Living: The Conquest of Complexity, http://www.aaai.org/ocs/index.php/WS/AAAIW11/paper/viewPaper/3809
Comello, S., Lepech, M., (2011) "A Framework for Multiphysics Modeling of Natural Environments for Valuation of Privately Owned Ecosystem Services" IEEE International Symposium on Sustainable Systems and Technology. Chicago, IL, USA May 10-12, 2011
Sachs, R., Comello, S., Lepech, M. (2011) "Implementation of Sustainability Initiatives at Project-based Firms Using Lessons from Total Quality Management" 2011 Engineering Project Organizations Conference. P. Chinowsky (ed.) August 9-11, 2011. Denver, Colorado, USA.
Cahan, B. (2009) Using High-Transparency Banks to Reconnect Money and Meaning, San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank Community Development Investment Review, (August 2009), http://www.frbsf.org/publications/community/review/vol5_issue2/cahan.pdf
Cahan, B. (2005) Sustainable Resiliency: Financing Environmental, Homeland Security, and Other Infrastructure Systems, ESRI User Conference Homeland Security Track (San Diego July 27, 2005), http://gis.esri.com/library/userconf/proc05/abstracts/a1802.html
Cahan, B. (2004) Learning from Crisis: Lessons in Human and Information Infrastructure from the World Trade Center Response, (Social Science Computer Review, 22, 1, 5-10 (February 2004), (co-author on NSF-funded research), http://ssc.sagepub.com/content/22/1/52.abstract.
Cahan, B. (2003) Turning to Digital Government in a Crisis: Coordinating Government, Business & Nonprofit Services in Response to the World Trade Center Attacks of September 11, 2001, (co-author on NSF-funded research), presented at the National Digital Government Research Conference, dg.o2003, Boston, http://dgrc.org/dgo2004/disc/presentations/emergency/dawes.pdf.
Cahan, B. (2002) United States’ Experience with Public-Private Partnerships: Elements of Effective Public-Purpose Partnerships, OECD Conference on Public-Private Partnerships(Paris – June 20, 2002), http://www.fgipc.org/presentations/020531_OECDPublicPrivatePshipPaperFinal.pdf
Cahan, B. (2002) GIS at Ground Zero: Spatial Technology Bolsters World Trade Center Response and Recovery, GeoWorld Magazine (January 2002), http://www.geoplace.com/gw/2002/0201/0201wtc.asp
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