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题名: Proactive Environmental Strategies and Performance: Role of Green Supply Chain Processes and Green Product Design in the Chinese High-Tech Industry
作者: Shaorui Li;Vaidyanathan Jayaraman;Antony Paulraj;Kuo-chung Shang
贡献者: 國立臺灣海洋大學:運輸科學系
日期: 2015
上传时间: 2016-08-11T02:45:59Z
出版者: International Journal of Production Research
摘要: Abstract: Though many firms still believe that passive environmental strategies are sufficient, it is pertinent that they move beyond this belief and take a proactive supply chain-wide environmental stance so as to create a sustainable environment. In this paper, we seek to extend current work within green supply chain management by considering multiple green supply chain capabilities and performance measures. We hypothesise the linkage between environmental orientation, green supply chain capabilities and performance by drawing upon stakeholder theory and natural resource-based view. More importantly, our study is the first to distinguish between product and process-related capabilities in the green supply chain area and study their direct and mediating role with respect to environmental and financial performance measures. Using survey data collected from 256 Chinese-based high-tech firms, we analyse several hypothesised relationships. Our results provide strong support for the significant role that green product design and green supply chain processes can play in improving firms’ environmental and financial performance. Interestingly, our results also suggest that green product design may not have a direct impact on financial performance.
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