An Empirical Study on Logistics Service Providers’ Intention to Adopt Green Innovations

  • Chieh-Yu Lin Chang Jung Christian University
  • Yi-Hui Ho Chang Jung Christian University

Abstract

This study examines six factors that will influence the intention to adopt green innovations for logistics service providers. The determinant factors include technological, organizational and environmental dimensions. The data came from the questionnaire survey on logistics companies in Taiwan, and 162 samples were analyzed. According to the survey results, all the factors have positive influences on the intention to adopt green practices. Explicitness and accumulation of green practices, organizational encouragement, quality of human resources, environmental uncertainty and governmental supports exhibit significant influences on the willingness to adopt green practices.

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Author Biographies

Chieh-Yu Lin, Chang Jung Christian University
associate professor, department of international business
Yi-Hui Ho, Chang Jung Christian University
assistant professor, department of international business
Published
2008-04-19
How to Cite
Lin, C.-Y., & Ho, Y.-H. (2008). An Empirical Study on Logistics Service Providers’ Intention to Adopt Green Innovations. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 3(1), 17-26. Retrieved from https://www.jotmi.org/index.php/GT/article/view/art69
Section
Research Articles