Abstract

Building on the natural resource-based view of the firm (NRBV), the study extends the body of sustainability knowledge by relating sustainable capabilities to eco-innovation and environmental performance in industrial firms within a developing context. Validating and analysing survey responses of 102 managers from various industries using structural
equation modelling have revealed that sustainable ordination capability is a strong determinant of eco-innovation and
environmental performance. Similarly, eco-innovation practices have emerged as a powerful determinant of environmental performance. Surprisingly, sustainable human capital and sustainable collaborations capabilities show no significant effect on environmental performance. Managerial and theoretical implications are also discussed.

Author: Mohamed Gamal Aboelmaged

Published in: World Congress on Sustainable Technologies (WCST-2017)

  • Date of Conference: 11-14 December 2017
  • DOI: 10.20533/WCST.2017.0016
  • ISBN: 978-1-908320-78-0
  • Conference Location: University of Cambridge, UK