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The driving forces of process eco-innovation and its impact on performance
Jana Hojnik, Mitja Ruzzier, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: This study endeavors to explore the driving forces of process eco-innovation and its effect on company performance by adopting an integrative appr oach. We focus on process eco-innovation, which per tains to technological and non-technological solutions th at result in a reduction of material and energy cos ts for companies. In this regard, the study sheds light on the drivers and outcomes of process eco-innovation adoption, using data collected from 223 Slovenian companies. The results reveal that certain determinants (i.e., competitive pressure, customer demand, managerial e nvironmental concern, command-and-control instrumen t, and economic incentive instrument) are conducive to the deployment of process eco-innovation. Empirica l evidence reveals competitive pressure as the most i nfluential driving force of process eco-innovation, followed by managerial environmental concern and customer de mand. Effectiveness in spurring process eco-innovat ion is also found to be a command-and-control instrument a nd an economic incentive instrument, while expected benefits do not spur process eco-innovation. Pertai ning to the outcomes of process eco-innovation adop tion, we can conclude that it pays to be eco; process eco-in novation is worthwhile in terms of company profitab ility, growth, and competitive benefits. These findings su ggest several courses of action for both policy mak ers and companies. Hence, we conclude by providing implicat ions for both.
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Summary of found: ...nd an economic incentive instrument, while expected benefits do not spur process eco-innovation. Pertai ning...
Keywords: process eco-innovation, drivers, company performance, profitability, growth, competitive benefits
Published: 08.08.2016; Views: 1520; Downloads: 69
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Improvement of business competitiveness through developing G2B e-services in Slovenia and Macedonia
Zoran Janevski, Štefan Bojnec, Uroš Godnov, Tatjana Petkovska Mirčevska, Biljana Angelova, Monika Angeloska Dichovska, 2015, original scientific article

Abstract: Governments around the world use modern information and communication technologies increasingly in their activities trying to make their services better and more easily accessible to their citizens and businesses.The aim of this paper is to analyze some e-Government services in Slovenia and Macedonia by focusing on government-to-business applications (G2B) with special emphasis on their contribution to creating better business environement in these two countries respectively. The data presented in this analysis come from both desk and field research made in Slovenia and Macedonia.The development of government-to-business services facilitates the interaction between governments and businesses via web-based applications; improves e-business environment and increases business benefits for the companies. By using government-to-business applications companies save time and money; have more efficient communication with government entities and contribute to achieving a higher level of transparency of government activities.
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Summary of found: ...applications; improves e-business environment and increases business benefits for the companies. By using government-to-business applications...
Keywords: G2B application, e-Government, business climate, business benefits, e-services
Published: 08.08.2016; Views: 923; Downloads: 51
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