International Journal of Advances in Management and Economics (IJAME)

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TitleFactors Influencing Managers’ Environmental Sustainability Intention: A Conceptual Analysis
AuthorMertcan Tascioglu
AbstractIn today’s increasing global competition, environmental sustainability has gained importance in the eyes of both researchers and managers. There is a critical need to better understand the managers’ perception of environmental sustainability concept. The purpose of this article is to develop a deeper conceptual understanding of the factors influencing managers’ environmental sustainability intention by utilizing theory of reasoned action. The paper proposes that primary stakeholder pressure has a positive effect on managers’ environmental sustainability intention, and suggesting that environmental sustainability cost acts as a negative moderator in this relationship. This study introduces conceptual tools for those aiming to do empirical research on environmental sustainability, and to explore the factors influencing managers’ environmental sustainability intention
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