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A view from the bottom of the pyramid: drivers of corporate environmentalism in developing countries
Drawing on perspectives from stakeholder, resource dependence, institutional and resource based theories and using a multiple-case inductive study, this research examines the drivers of corporate environmentalism in ...
Investments in environmental research, science and technology: their impacts on irrigation and mussel farming
(New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, 2004-06)
MoRST is evaluating the Environmental Research output class of the Public Good Science Fund to identify inter alia the impacts of Environmental RS&T spending. Three specific questions are: How effective has the funding on ...
A phenomenological exploration into environmental orientation of firms in India
(Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy., 2005-12)
This paper examines the environmental issues that organisations in India consider significant, the ways they deal with these issues and the factors that propel them to address environmental concerns. Depth interviews with ...
Evaluation of conservation biological control innovation in winegrowing
(New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, 2010-08)
Conservation biological control (CBC) aims to improve conditions for natural enemies in agricultural landscapes and has the goal of reducing pest species below threshold level to thus avoid the need for synthetic chemicals. ...
Consumer driven corporate environmentalism: fact or fiction?
(John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2010)
Over the last three decades, environmental concerns have moved from being a fringe issue to becoming a major socio-economic issue. While the role of factors such as regulatory and societal pressures, in driving organizations ...