Green Business: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications

Editor/Author Information Resources Management Association
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: IGI Global

Single-User Purchase Price: $2250.00
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ISBN: 978-1-52-257915-1
Category: Business, Finance & Economics - Business
Image Count: 241
Book Status: Available
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Green Business: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications is a vital reference source for the latest research findings on the challenges and benefits of implementing sustainability into the core functions of contemporary enterprises, focusing on how green approaches improve operations.

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Table of Contents

  • Section 1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories
  • — Ecological Responsibility and Sustainable Development as Preconditions for Development of the Concept of Circular Economy
  • — Consumer Cooperation in Sustainability: The Green Gap in an Emerging Market
  • — Application of Circular Economy for Sustainable Resource Management in Kuwait
  • — Exploring Client Perceptions and Intentions in Emerging Economies: The Case of Green Banking Technology
  • — The Green School: A Superintendent’s Perspective
  • — Green IT Adoption: Lessons From the Philippines Business Process Outsourcing Industry
  • — Green Supply Chain Management Model for Sustainable Manufacturing Practices
  • — Green Customer Satisfaction
  • — Green Marketing in India: A Theoretical Perspective
  • — Eco-Friendly Culpabilities of Modern Corporates on Ecological Marketing: An Overview
  • Section 2: Development and Design Methodologies
  • — Consumer Values and Green Products Consumption in Malaysia: A Structural Equation Modelling Approach
  • — Constructing Green IT Alignment Framework: Car Manufacturer Case
  • — Understanding Attitude Towards Green IT Among Professionals in IT Service SMEs in Bangladesh
  • — Implementation of Green Supply Chain Management in a Globalized Economy
  • — The Role of a Strategic and Sustainable Orientation in Green Supply Chain Management
  • — CSR in Cultural Organizations: A Valorization Model
  • — Green Growth Intervention on Employment Generation in India: Dynamic CGE Model Approach
  • — Contextual Relationship Among 3 C’s and Innovative Green Procurement Practices Using ISM and Its Validation Using MICMAC Analysis
  • — Development of a Research Framework for Green IT Enablers Using Interpretive Structural Modelling
  • — Eco-Innovation Enablers and Typology in Green Furniture Manufacturing
  • — Cloud Computing Technologies for Green Enterprises: Fundamentals of Cloud Computing for Green Enterprises
  • — Collective Green Creativity and Eco-Innovation as Key Drivers of Sustainable Business Solutions in Organizations
  • — A Business Model Framework for Crowd-Driven IoT Ecosystems
  • Section 3: Tools and Technologies
  • — Green Attitudes and Thinking in The New Green Market: Using Mathematical Modeling to Satisfy Green Customers’ Needs
  • — Green Marketing as a Tool for Reducing Environmental Footprint of the Construction Industry
  • — Green Marketing Initiatives and Sustainable Issues in Hotel Industry
  • — Building Theory of Green Procurement Using Fuzzy TISM and Fuzzy DEMATEL Methods
  • — Green Information Systems for Sustainability
  • — Value Engineering-Based Method for Implementing the ISO14001 System in the Green Supply Chains
  • — Intelligent IoT-Enabled System in Green Supply Chain Using Integrated FCM Method
  • — Green Information System for a Sustainable Enterprise
  • — Concurrent Design of Green Composites
  • — Cloud Computing Technology for Green Enterprises
  • — Green Specifications: A Concrete Example
  • — Introducing Eco Friendly Urban Traffic Control Room: A Green Approach
  • Section 4: Utilization and Applications
  • — Green Practices Implementation as Prerequisite to Sustain Firm Competitive Advantages: The Empirical Study from Indonesia Large Scale Enterprises (LSEs)
  • — The Drivers, Practices and Outcomes of Green Supply Chain Management: Insights From ISO14001 Manufacturing Firms in Malaysia
  • — Green Investments and Returns: A Developing Country Perspective
  • — Why Do Companies Engage in Green Marketing? Alternative Green Marketing Strategies and the Motivations for the Green Marketing Approach
  • — Educated Young Consumer Purchase Behavior Towards Green Products: An Empirical Study in India
  • — Tourists Becoming Increasingly Aware of Green Tourism: Tourist Intention to Choose Green Hotels in Bangalore, India
  • — Improving the Supply Chain (SC) Stream With Green Product Design (GPD) Strategy: Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM)
  • — Ethical Practices, Buyer-Supplier Relationship, and Innovative Green Procurement Performance: Some Exploratory Results
  • — Increased Value Through Sharing in Multi-Sided Markets: Sustainability With Ridesharing
  • — The Italian Doctrine Economia Aziendale and the Primary Interest of the Organizations
  • — Green Brand Personality: Its Relevance to the Green Marketing Practices
  • — A Temporal Case Study of Green Business Initiatives of a Leading Firm in the Indian Hydrocarbon Industry
  • — Environmental Sustainability Practices for SMEs
  • — Institutional Perspective on the Drivers of Green Innovations in Firms
  • — The Leading Practices of Green Mobile Telecommunication Base Station Design
  • Section 5: Organizational and Social Implications
  • — Green Innovation and Ethical Responsibility: Do They Improve Customer’s Green Purchase Intentions?
  • — Driving Green Marketing in a Developing Country: Reducing the Attitude-Behaviour Gap
  • — Customers’ Perceptions of Green Banking: Examining Service Quality Dimensions in Bangladesh
  • — Evaluating Factors Affect Green IT Readiness (Part 1)
  • — Created Shared Value and Sustainable, Inclusive Development of Developing Countries
  • — Green Entrepreneurship in Transitional Economies: Breaking Through the Constraints of Legitimacy
  • — Customer Satisfaction in the Consumption of Green Products
  • — Perception of Romanian Consumers on Ecological Products
  • — The Impact of Green Attributes From Suppliers on Supply Chain Performance
  • — Evaluating Factors Motivate Users on Green IT Readiness (Part 2)
  • — Drivers and Barriers to Green Supply Chain Management Practices: The Views of Turkish and Egyptian Companies Operating in Egypt
  • — Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility and Creating Shared Value on Sustainability
  • — Assessing the Maturity of Green IT Adoption Within the Philippine Manufacturing Industry
  • — Assessing the Green Supply Chain Management for the United Arab Emirates Construction Industry
  • — Evaluation of Financial and Economic Effects on Green Supply Chain Management With Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Approach: Evidence From Companies Listed in BIST
  • — Survey of State-of-Art in Green Cloud Computing
  • — Looking Good and Thinking Green: Can Green Personal Care Products Be Promoted?
  • Section 6: Managerial Impact
  • — Psychological Factors Influencing the Managers’ Intention to Adopt Green IS: A Review-Based Comprehensive Framework and Ranking the Factors
  • — Meaning of Green for 3PL Companies
  • — Green Marketing Strategies and Marketing Performance: The Case of Turkey
  • — Identification of Contextual Relationship Among Collaboration, Cooperation, Coordination, and Innovative Green Procurement Practices
  • — Green Retailing: A New Paradigm in Supply Chain Management
  • Section 7: Critical Issues and Challenges
  • — A Review on Green Trust and Environmental Quality Awareness Affect Towards Environmental Attitude
  • — Sustainable Consumption and Green Marketing in Developing Countries: Contemporary Perspective Using Nigeria and Kenya as Case Studies
  • — Multi-Criteria Decision Making Techniques for Green Supply Chain Management: A Literature Review
  • — Green Tourism and the Ambiguities of Sustainability Discourse: The Case of New Orleans’s Lower Ninth Ward
  • — Awareness of Sustainability, Green IT, and Cloud Computing in Indian Organisations
  • Section 8: Emerging Trends
  • — Green Marketing Mix: A Review of Literature and Direction for Future Research
  • — Green Investments and Food Security: Opportunities and Future Directions in the Context of Sustainable Development
  • — Green Performance Strategies in Romanian Economy in the View of EU 2020 Strategy