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Does the configuration of macro‐ and micro‐institutional environments affect the effectiveness of green supply chain integration?

Yang, Qian, Geng, Ruoqi and Feng, Taiwen 2020. Does the configuration of macro‐ and micro‐institutional environments affect the effectiveness of green supply chain integration? Business Strategy and the Environment 10.1002/bse.2462

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Abstract

Despite the importance of the general environment in affecting the effectiveness of green supply chain integration (GSCI), our understanding of the roles of different configurations of macro‐ and micro‐institutional environments remains limited. Based on institutional theory and resource mobilization theory, this study examined the moderating effects of the configurations of macro‐ and micro‐institutional environments on the GSCI performance link employing both a configuration and a contingency perspective. Our findings from a longitudinal survey of 206 Chinese manufacturing firms provide empirical evidence for the coexistence and nature of macro‐ and micro‐institutional environments and their moderating effect on the GSCI performance link. Specifically, the results revealed that Chinese manufacturers can be clustered into three groups with different macro‐ and micro‐institutional environments (i.e., cognizant, sensible, and conscious manufacturers). Furthermore, the configuration of macro‐ and micro‐institutional environments moderates the effect of green supplier integration on social performance, as well as the effects of green customer integration on financial, environmental, and social performance. This study contributes to both the GSCI literature and practices.

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Published Online
Status: In Press
Schools: Business (Including Economics)
Publisher: Wiley
ISSN: 0964-4733
Date of Acceptance: 9 January 2020
Last Modified: 23 Jan 2020 11:16
URI: http://orca.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/128933

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