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Enhancing the FIRM'S green performance through green HRM: The moderating role of green innovation culture EI SCIE SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 289 | Journal of Cleaner Production
WoS CC Cited Count: 11
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Prior scholarships have documented that green human resource management practices have performance enabling effects on a firm's green performance. However, there is a dearth of studies that empirically model the extent to which green innovation culture moderates the relationship between green human resource practices and the firm's green performance. To address this gap, this paper established two-fold objectives. First, to examine the effects of green human resource practices and green innovation culture on firm green performance. Second, to model the extent to which green innovation culture moderates the relationship between green human resource management and manufacturing firms’ green performance in China. This was done using data obtained from an extensive scale survey of 300 employees in Chinese manufacturing firms located in the Jiangsu Province. The study suggests that green human resource management practices which include recruitment and selection, training and development, performance management and appraisal, reward and payment, and employee involvement and leadership have a significant effect on green or environmental performance. The study also suggests that green innovation which includes green product innovation culture and green process innovation culture enhances firm green performance. Our paper further suggests that firms that integrate green human resource management practices and green innovation culture are associated with higher green performance than firms that practice green human resource management only. © 2020 Elsevier Ltd

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Green manufacturing Personnel training Environmental management Human resource management Resource allocation Natural resources management

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GB/T 7714 Muisyo, Paul Kivinda , Qin, Su . Enhancing the FIRM'S green performance through green HRM: The moderating role of green innovation culture [J]. | Journal of Cleaner Production , 2021 , 289 .
MLA Muisyo, Paul Kivinda 等. "Enhancing the FIRM'S green performance through green HRM: The moderating role of green innovation culture" . | Journal of Cleaner Production 289 (2021) .
APA Muisyo, Paul Kivinda , Qin, Su . Enhancing the FIRM'S green performance through green HRM: The moderating role of green innovation culture . | Journal of Cleaner Production , 2021 , 289 .
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The optimal hourly electricity price considering wind electricity uncertainty based on conditional value at risk EI SCIE SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 18 (5) , 512-524 | International Journal of Green Energy
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Wind generation fluctuation results in the electricity supply uncertainty of the company in electricity market. And this uncertainty has an important impact on hourly electricity price. In our paper, we use game models to optimize hourly price for different risk appetites’ companies considering the uncertainty. For the risk-neutral company, we solve the optimal electricity price by maximizing the expected profit. For the risk-averse or risk-preferring company, we consider wind electricity generation as a Weibull distribution and obtain the optimal electricity price based on conditional value at risk. In numerical examples, we find that the risk-preferring company sets the highest electricity price, demonstrating the importance of modeling risk appetites of the company in electricity price. And the results indicate that a risk-averse (risk-preferring) company will set a higher (lower) electricity price for a larger risk confidence level. Besides, we find that the company will lower electricity price with the decrement of users’ price elasticity. Furthermore, our finding shows that the profit of the company increases with the wind penetration due to the decreased cost, which supports the observed and investigated results in electricity market. © 2021 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.

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Power markets Electric industry Profitability Value engineering Weibull distribution Risk analysis

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GB/T 7714 Qiao, Haike , Zhang, Zijun , Su, Qin . The optimal hourly electricity price considering wind electricity uncertainty based on conditional value at risk [J]. | International Journal of Green Energy , 2021 , 18 (5) : 512-524 .
MLA Qiao, Haike 等. "The optimal hourly electricity price considering wind electricity uncertainty based on conditional value at risk" . | International Journal of Green Energy 18 . 5 (2021) : 512-524 .
APA Qiao, Haike , Zhang, Zijun , Su, Qin . The optimal hourly electricity price considering wind electricity uncertainty based on conditional value at risk . | International Journal of Green Energy , 2021 , 18 (5) , 512-524 .
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Risk management and market structures in seaport-dry port systems SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 | MARITIME ECONOMICS & LOGISTICS
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As seaborne and inland transport hubs, seaports and dry ports are vulnerable to diversified risks, such as climate-change-related disasters and congestion in daily operations, owing to their special geographical locations and socioeconomic functions in seaborne supply chains. If appropriate investments are made before the risks occur, the probability and potential damage of such risks can be mitigated. We propose a two-stage game to simultaneously study the preventive and adaptive investments of seaport and dry port authorities on diversified risks in scenarios of vertical cooperation and horizontal competition. In addition, in the latter case, the asymmetry between seaports and dry ports, regarding their vulnerability to risks, is taken into account. Findings show that it is not always advisable to pursue close cooperation, as players in a horizontal relationship must consider not only their own vulnerabilities but also those of others when making investment decisions. Finally, we find that port authorities need to pay more attention to the free-riding problem in the process of preventive investments than in adaptive investments.

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Vertical cooperation Competition effect Peer effect Port prevention and adaptation Seaport-dry port system Horizontal competition

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Bi , Chin, Kwai Sang , Su, Qin . Risk management and market structures in seaport-dry port systems [J]. | MARITIME ECONOMICS & LOGISTICS , 2021 .
MLA Wang, Bi 等. "Risk management and market structures in seaport-dry port systems" . | MARITIME ECONOMICS & LOGISTICS (2021) .
APA Wang, Bi , Chin, Kwai Sang , Su, Qin . Risk management and market structures in seaport-dry port systems . | MARITIME ECONOMICS & LOGISTICS , 2021 .
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Implications of GHRM on organisational citizenship behaviour: the mediating role of enablers of green culture SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANPOWER
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Purpose The purpose of this research is to examine how firms can build collective organisational citizenship behaviour towards the environment (OCBE) from green human resource management (GHRM) practices. The study tests how the three main aspects of GHRM, namely green abilities, green motivation and green opportunities, give rise to the enablers of green culture (EGC). The study further tests how each of the EGC (leadership emphasis, message credibility, peer involvement and employee empowerment) leads to the development of OCBE at the organisational level of analysis. Design/methodology/approach Data were collected from Taiwanese manufacturing companies with a target of departmental heads. The authors managed to get 284 valid responses and analysed the data using path analysis on Stata12. Findings The study findings suggest that GHRM practices that include developing green abilities, green motivation and green opportunities support the development of the EGC. The EGC include leadership emphasis, message credibility, peer involvement and employee empowerment. It was, however, found that green abilities do not support the development of message credibility. It was further found the EGC lead to the development of collective OCBE except for peer involvement. Originality/value The authors propose an original concept of EGC in the context of Taiwanese manufacturing firms. This paper is amongst the pioneer papers to test the OCBE at organisational level. The authors also develop an integrated conceptual framework upon which firms can use in order to build OCBE at organisational level. Previous studies have examined OCBEs at employee/individual level.

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Green human resource management Organisational citizenship behaviour Enablers of green culture Taiwanese manufacturing firms

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GB/T 7714 Muisyo, Paul Kivinda , Qin, Su , Thu Hau Ho et al. Implications of GHRM on organisational citizenship behaviour: the mediating role of enablers of green culture [J]. | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANPOWER , 2021 .
MLA Muisyo, Paul Kivinda et al. "Implications of GHRM on organisational citizenship behaviour: the mediating role of enablers of green culture" . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANPOWER (2021) .
APA Muisyo, Paul Kivinda , Qin, Su , Thu Hau Ho , Julius, Mercy Muthoni , Andriamandresy, Tsirinirinantenaina Barisoava . Implications of GHRM on organisational citizenship behaviour: the mediating role of enablers of green culture . | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANPOWER , 2021 .
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Vulnerability assessment of China-Europe Railway Express multimodal transport network under cascading failures EI SCIE SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 584 | PHYSICA A-STATISTICAL MECHANICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS
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Transshipment and transnational long-haul transport make the multimodal transport network (MTN) vulnerable when subjected to unexpected disturbances, which may cause cascading failures. Therefore, this paper presents a dynamic layered road-rail MTN to measure the vulnerability of China-Europe Railway Express (CR Express) MTN. The statistical analysis of the topological characteristics and the final simulation results show that the layered road-rail MTN with priority connection mechanism exhibits power-law distribution characteristics. The final simulation results reveal that the road-rail MTN shows a better ability to suppress the risk cascading propagation when the transshipment coupling enhances the dynamic flexibility of the network. Although the optimal inter-layer transshipment coupling changes positively with the external disturbance and negatively with the intra-layer coupling in special cases, the moderate inter-layer coupling is still the most effective in improving the anti-cascading ability of general MTN. These findings provide recommendations for the CR Express MTN to suppress the cascading failures. (C) 2021 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Coupled map lattices Cascading failure Multimodal transport network Vulnerability Transshipment

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GB/T 7714 Wang, Bi , Su, Qin , Chin, Kwai Sang . Vulnerability assessment of China-Europe Railway Express multimodal transport network under cascading failures [J]. | PHYSICA A-STATISTICAL MECHANICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS , 2021 , 584 .
MLA Wang, Bi et al. "Vulnerability assessment of China-Europe Railway Express multimodal transport network under cascading failures" . | PHYSICA A-STATISTICAL MECHANICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS 584 (2021) .
APA Wang, Bi , Su, Qin , Chin, Kwai Sang . Vulnerability assessment of China-Europe Railway Express multimodal transport network under cascading failures . | PHYSICA A-STATISTICAL MECHANICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS , 2021 , 584 .
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Transformational Leadership and Project Success: A Mediating Role of Public Service Motivation SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 | ADMINISTRATION & SOCIETY
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Previous studies have linked public-sector employees' motivation to desired results such as higher performance and improved quality of public services. However, questions about the impact of employee motivation on public projects have received less attention. This article uses work motivation theory to explore the fundamental processes by which transformational leadership (TL) and public service motivation (PSM) engender public project success (PS). Analysis of 296 public servants' data working on Pakistan public projects showed a positive correlation between TL, PSM, and PS. It also showed that PSM partially mediates the relationship between TL and PS.

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public service motivation project success transformational leadership public administration project management

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GB/T 7714 Fareed, Muhammad Zeeshan , Su, Qin . Transformational Leadership and Project Success: A Mediating Role of Public Service Motivation [J]. | ADMINISTRATION & SOCIETY , 2021 .
MLA Fareed, Muhammad Zeeshan et al. "Transformational Leadership and Project Success: A Mediating Role of Public Service Motivation" . | ADMINISTRATION & SOCIETY (2021) .
APA Fareed, Muhammad Zeeshan , Su, Qin . Transformational Leadership and Project Success: A Mediating Role of Public Service Motivation . | ADMINISTRATION & SOCIETY , 2021 .
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Impact of government subsidy on the remanufacturing industry. EI PubMed SCIE SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 120 , 433-447 | Waste management
WoS CC Cited Count: 8
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In order to decrease environment pollution and the usage of raw material, some governments use subsidy policy to encourage the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and the Independent Remanufacturer (IR) to remanufacture. While, how government subsidy affects remanufacturing activity and industry competition is still unclear. In our research, there are an OEM and an IR in the market. And the OEM and the IR have three different choices of remanufacturing: no-remanufacturing, remanufacturing part, and remanufacturing all. This research builds a game-theoretic model to discuss the impact of government subsidy on manufacturing and remanufacturing quantities, consumer surplus, OEM and IR profit, social surplus and environment for each choice of the OEM and the IR. The result shows that the amount of the OEM remanufacturing decreases with government subsidy when the OEM remanufactures all but the IR remanufactures part. OEM and IR profit, and consumer surplus may decrease with government subsidy in some competitive markets. Total social surplus may also decrease in government subsidy when OEM-IR competition exists in a remanufactured market or only the IR remanufactures part. The change of the total environment impact depends on the relative environment impact of unit manufactured and remanufactured product when OEM or IR remanufactures part. Thus, it is not always a great strategy for policy makers to only increase government subsidy in order to decrease environment pollution and improve social surplus. Before increasing government subsidy, policy makers need to more learn about the competitive markets and environment impact per unit product. Finally, numerical study is conducted to confirm these findings, discuss what happens when the willingness-to-pay of consumers for remanufactured products changes, and analyze the impact of different levels of environment impact per remanufactured product on total environment.

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Environment Social surplus Remanufacture Government subsidy

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GB/T 7714 Qiao Haike , Su Qin . Impact of government subsidy on the remanufacturing industry. [J]. | Waste management , 2021 , 120 : 433-447 .
MLA Qiao Haike et al. "Impact of government subsidy on the remanufacturing industry." . | Waste management 120 (2021) : 433-447 .
APA Qiao Haike , Su Qin . Impact of government subsidy on the remanufacturing industry. . | Waste management , 2021 , 120 , 433-447 .
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Implications of green HRM on the firm's green competitive advantage: the mediating role of enablers of green culture SCIE SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 | JOURNAL OF MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
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Purpose The available literature demonstrates that green human resource management (GHRM) practices enhance the firm's green performance. However, the studies fail to show how GHRM practices give rise to green culture and how such green culture influences the green competitiveness of a firm. Anchored on the Ability Motivation Opportunity (AMO) theory, this study investigates how firms can build green competitive advantage from GHRM. The study focuses on four enablers of green culture (EGC): leadership emphasis, message credibility, peer involvement and employee empowerment. The study tests the mediating role of each EGC in the relationship between GHRM and green competitive advantage (GCA). The study findings provide managers with a deeper understanding of how GHRM supports the development of the EGC and how they explain the firm's GCA. Design/methodology/approach Data was collected from a large-scale survey of Malaysia's manufacturing firm. We managed to collect 96 valid and useable questionnaires. Findings We find that GHRM practices give rise to EGC and the EGC mediate the relationship between GHRM and GCA. Originality/value The study presents the EGC in the green competitiveness context and goes further to test its mediating role in the GHRM-GCA relationship. We also develop a novel conceptual framework that manufacturing firms can deploy to attain green competitive advantage.

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Competitive advantage Corporate culture Green manufacturing

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GB/T 7714 Muisyo, Paul , Su, Qin , Ho, Thu Hau et al. Implications of green HRM on the firm's green competitive advantage: the mediating role of enablers of green culture [J]. | JOURNAL OF MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT , 2021 .
MLA Muisyo, Paul et al. "Implications of green HRM on the firm's green competitive advantage: the mediating role of enablers of green culture" . | JOURNAL OF MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT (2021) .
APA Muisyo, Paul , Su, Qin , Ho, Thu Hau , Julius, Mercy Muthoni , Usmani, Muhammad Shahjahan . Implications of green HRM on the firm's green competitive advantage: the mediating role of enablers of green culture . | JOURNAL OF MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT , 2021 .
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The effect of green HRM practices on green competitive advantage of manufacturing firms SCIE SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 | JOURNAL OF MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
WoS CC Cited Count: 2
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Purpose The rising public concern for the natural environment is compelling business entities to revise their business models toward green management. Most manufacturing firms have realized that green innovation is a critical factor that drives their success. However, green human resource scholars have overlooked this research line despite the potential contribution it can advance in green management scholarship. This paper empirically models the extent to which green innovation culture (GIC) moderates the relationship between green human resource management (GHRM) and green competitive advantage (GCA). The paper has two-fold objectives. First, to investigate the effects of GHRM and GIC on the firm's GCA and second, to model the extent to which GIC moderates the link between GHRM practices and GCA of manufacturing firms in Zhejiang Province of China. Design/methodology/approach Data were collected from 324 Chinese employees from the manufacturing sector. The authors captured data from all levels of the organization. The authors made three models equations: two direct and one interactive. The authors then applied structural equation modeling (SEM) using AMOS 24 to test the study models and hypothesis. Findings The findings suggest that GHRM practices, which include recruitment and selection, training and development (green abilities); performance management and reward and compensation (green motivation); and employee involvement and leadership (green opportunities) have a significant positive effect on the firms GCA. The findings also indicate that firms that GIC, which include green product innovation (GPDI) and green process innovation (GPRI), promotes the firm's GCA. The paper further reveals that firms that combine GHRM and GIC attain higher GIC than those which practice GHRM only. Originality/value This paper draws a roadmap on how the top management in manufacturing firms can drive the firm's operations toward a higher GCA. It's the pioneer paper to suggest the combination of GHRM and GCI for enhanced GCA.

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Competitive advantage Corporate culture Environmental management

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GB/T 7714 Muisyo, Paul Kivinda , Qin, Su , Ho, Thu Hau et al. The effect of green HRM practices on green competitive advantage of manufacturing firms [J]. | JOURNAL OF MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT , 2021 .
MLA Muisyo, Paul Kivinda et al. "The effect of green HRM practices on green competitive advantage of manufacturing firms" . | JOURNAL OF MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT (2021) .
APA Muisyo, Paul Kivinda , Qin, Su , Ho, Thu Hau , Julius, Mercy Muthoni . The effect of green HRM practices on green competitive advantage of manufacturing firms . | JOURNAL OF MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT , 2021 .
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Distribution channel and licensing strategy choice considering consumer online reviews in a closed-loop supply chain SCIE SSCI
期刊论文 | 2021 , 151 | TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART E-LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORTATION REVIEW
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This research builds two-period game models to address the choice issues of the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)'s licensing strategy and the Independent Remanufacturer (IR)'s distribution channel, considering consumer online reviews in a closed-loop supply chain. In both periods, the OEM sells new products by the direct distribution channel. In period 2, the OEM determines the licensing strategy (the fixed or royalty fee) to authourize the IR to remanufacture, and then the IR chooses the distribution channel (direct or indirect) for remanufactured products. Interestingly, our results show that the IR prefers the direct channel when the remanufacturing cost is smaller. And the obtained willingness-to-pay (WTP) from consumer online reviews has a positive impact on the threshold value of the remanufacturing cost. Moreover, we find that the OEM's licensing strategy choice depends on the sizes of the fixed licensing fee and the obtained WTP. The OEM will choose the royalty licensing strategy to the IR who has chosen the direct channel, when the fixed fee and the obtained WTP are smaller. Finally, we find the optimal royalty fee, numerically examine the impact of the interaction among these factors on consumer surplus and social welfare, and relax the basic assumption to show the robustness of our model.

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Pricing Licensing strategy Distribution Channel Consumer online reviews Remanufacturing

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GB/T 7714 Qiao, Haike , Su, Qin . Distribution channel and licensing strategy choice considering consumer online reviews in a closed-loop supply chain [J]. | TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART E-LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORTATION REVIEW , 2021 , 151 .
MLA Qiao, Haike et al. "Distribution channel and licensing strategy choice considering consumer online reviews in a closed-loop supply chain" . | TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART E-LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORTATION REVIEW 151 (2021) .
APA Qiao, Haike , Su, Qin . Distribution channel and licensing strategy choice considering consumer online reviews in a closed-loop supply chain . | TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART E-LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORTATION REVIEW , 2021 , 151 .
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