An empirical examination of stakeholder pressures, green operations practices and environmental performance
internal green management
green operations practices
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AbstractThis study explores two key attributes constituting green operations practices (i.e. internal green management and green product/process design) and examines the links of adopting green operations practices with its antecedent factors (stakeholder pressures) and consequent performance outcomes (environmental performance). Data collected from 167 manufacturing firms in the UK were analysed using structural equation modelling. The results reveal that stakeholder pressures have a significant positive effect on internal green management, and that internal green management significantly affects green product/process design. The two attributes of green operations practices are significantly and positively related to environmental performance. More specifically, we find that internal green management fully mediates the relationship between stakeholder pressures and green product/process design and the relationship between stakeholder pressures and environmental performance.
CitationYu W, Ramanathan R (2014) 'An empirical examination of stakeholder pressures, green operations practices and environmental performance', International Journal of Production Research, 53 (21), pp.6390-6407.
PublisherTaylor and Francis