Cristina M Balboa
Cristina M Balboa
Associate Professor, Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, Baruch College
Verified email at 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
1452006
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
922009
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
582010
How Successful Transnational Non-governmental Organizations Set Themselves up for Failure on the Ground
CM Balboa
World Development 54, 273-287, 2014
562014
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
402003
The financial feasibility of small-scale marine ornamental aquaculture in the Philippines
RS Pomeroy, C Balboa
Asian Fish Sci 17, 365-376, 2004
292004
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
282007
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
282007
The Paradox of Scale: How NGOs Build, Maintain, and Lose Authority in Environmental Governance
CM Balboa
MIT Press, 2018
262018
Accountability of environmental impact bonds: The future of global environmental governance?
CM Balboa
Global Environmental Politics 16 (2), 33-41, 2016
212016
Mission interference: How competition confounds accountability for environmental nongovernmental organizations
CM Balboa
Review of Policy Research 34 (1), 110-131, 2017
202017
The accountability and legitimacy of international NGOs
CM Balboa
The NGO Challenge to International Relations Theory, 340, 2015
202015
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
202003
When non-governmental organizations govern: Accountability in Private Conservation Networks
CM Balboa
Yale University, 2009
132009
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
62015
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
Transparency about human diversity in transnational environmental NGOs
E Meaux, D Castillo-Díaz, N Pradhan, SK Dayananda, CM Balboa, ...
Biological Conservation 256, 109027, 2021
2021
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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