Stakeholder pressure and the adoption of environmental practices : The mediating effect of training

@inproceedings{Sarkis2010StakeholderPA,
  title={Stakeholder pressure and the adoption of environmental practices : The mediating effect of training},
  author={Joseph Sarkis and P. L. Gonz{\'a}lez-Torre and Belarmino Adenso-D{\'i}az},
  year={2010}
}
The influence of stakeholder pressure on the adoption of environmental practices has been established in the literature. In this paper we posit that these direct effects are further mediated, causally, by the level of training in companies. Theoretically, this relationship is supported by the relationship between institutional theory (stakeholder pressure) and the dimensions of dynamic capabilities in resourcebased theory. We investigate this relationship within the Spanish automotive industry… CONTINUE READING
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