Dynamic capabilities and environmental sustainability for emerging economies' multinational enterprises
Akhtar, Pervaiz; Ullah, Subhan; Amin, Saman Hassanzadeh; Kabra, Gaurav; Shaw, Sarah
Saman Hassanzadeh Amin
Dr Sarah Shaw Sarah.Shaw@hull.ac.uk
Senior Lecturer in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
This paper enhances our understanding how country-level (government environmental policies, legal and market requirements, technological advances, among others) and firm-level (organizational size, culture, managerial characteristics, among others) dynamic capabilities are related to the sustainability of emerging economies' multinationals. A limited number of studies explore the linkages between such macro-and micro-level dynamic capabilities and environmental sustainability, which urge emerging economies' multinationals to reconsider their environmental policies and practices in order to compete with enterprises from developed countries. The findings from literature suggest that both macro-and micro-level dynamic capabilities of multinationals directly and indirectly influence environmental sustainability. We develop a theoretical framework and suggest propositions that provide insights about the fundamental links between dynamic capabilities (both macro and micro) and environmental sustainability, further straddling through coordination efforts. We also provide directions, and the developed propositions can be empirically tested in subsequent studies using country-level and firm-level data on institutional quality to examine the interactions between macro-and micro-level capabilities as well as the links between these capabilities and sustainable practices for multinationals rooted into emerging economies.
Akhtar, P., Ullah, S., Amin, S. H., Kabra, G., & Shaw, S. (in press). Dynamic capabilities and environmental sustainability for emerging economies' multinational enterprises. International studies of management & organization,
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Acceptance Date||Dec 8, 2017|
|Deposit Date||Jan 26, 2018|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis (Routledge)|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Keywords||Dynamic capabilities; Environmental sustainability; Emerging economies; Multinational enterprises|
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