The impact of green supply chain management practices on firm performance: the role of collaborative capability

Published on Jun 2, 2015in Operations Management Research
· DOI :10.1007/S12063-015-0100-X
Donghyun Choi7
Estimated H-index: 7
(Korea Aerospace University),
Taewon Hwang9
Estimated H-index: 9
(VSU: Valdosta State University)
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Abstract
This study attempts to contribute to the growing research on green supply chain management (GSCM) strategies by relying on the Natural Resource Based View (NRBV) and relational view. Specifically, this study investigates the role of collaborative capability in moderating the effects of GSCM practices on firm performance. Using hierarchical regression, this study analyzes data from a survey of 230 South Korean manufacturers. The results show that the implementation of GSCM practices can improve both environmental and financial performance of the firm. Also, the findings indicate that firms can expect improved financial performance when they seek a synergistic effect by involving their partners in the GSCM implementation process.
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