This study aimed to demonstrate the relationship between environmental innovations and performance, both operational and financial, in the business environment in the Kingdom of Bahrain, as well as to demonstrate the impact of administrative environmental concern on this relationship. The question is whether Managerial environmental concern strengthens or weakens this relationship? Through a questionnaire distributed to 56 respondents working in administrative positions in (12) Bahraini companies, and through the use of hierarchical linear modelling analysis, the direct impact of green innovation was proven, as was the positive impact of Managerial environmental concerns on this relationship. The study recommended that more studies should be conducted by introducing more moderators and mediators’ variables to achieve a better understanding of the relationship between environmental innovation and performance. Proving this relationship will create a motivation for companies to take an interest in protecting the environment, which means unlimited positive impacts on the environment.
Mohammed Al-Mesaiadeen, Jaafer; Abu AL-Soud, Ghassan; and AL-Thiyabat, Taghreed
"The Moderating Effect of Managerial Environmental Concern on the Relationship between Green Innovation and Firm Performance: Evidence from Bahrain,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 11
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol11/iss2/20