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Environmental sustainability orientation and performance of family and nonfamily firms
Despite the growing research evidence on the effect of environmental sustainability orientation (ESO) on firm outcomes, contingent factors that may influence the strength of this relationship have received little scholarly ...
Leverage and firm investment: the role of information asymmetry and growth
This paper demonstrates how financial leverage impacts firm investment and the extent to which this relationship is conditional on the level of information asymmetry as well as growth. The paper relies on data from 2403 ...
Environmental sustainability orientation, competitive strategy and financial performance
Extant research has established that environmental sustainability orientation (ESO) has a positive influence on performance outcomes. Nevertheless, several contingencies tend to affect the strength of this relationship. ...
CEO reputation, quality management and environmental innovation: the roles of stakeholder pressure and resource commitment
In this paper, we examine how and when chief executive offers’ (CEOs’) reputation enhances environmental innovation by considering quality management as a mediating mechanism of this relationship. In addition, we introduce ...