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    The Effect of Regulation on Sustainable Procurement: Organisational Leadership and Culture as Mediators.Daniel Etse, Adela McMurray & Nuttawuth Muenjohn - 2022 - Journal of Business Ethics 177 (2):305-325.
    The study reported in this paper sought to examine the extent to which organisational leadership support and organisational culture explain the effect of regulation on sustainable procurement practice, as insights into this relationship is lacking in the extant literature. Useable survey data from 322 Ghanaian organisations were analysed using descriptive statistics, and structural equation modelling techniques. The analysis examined the nature of sustainable procurement practice in an African context, and the potential mediating effects of organisational leadership support and organisational culture (...)
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    Work Values Ethic, GNP Per Capita and Country of Birth Relationships.Adela McMurray & Don Scott - 2013 - Journal of Business Ethics 116 (3):655-666.
    Workplaces around the world have experienced extraordinary changes to the composition of their workforces and the nature of work. Few studies have explored workers from multiple countries of birth, with multiple religious orientations, working together within a single country of residence. Building on and extending the Work Values Ethic (WVE) literature, we examine 1,382 responses from employees working in three manufacturing companies. Differences were found in the mean WVE scores of groups of respondents from 42 countries of birth. Their WVE (...)
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    Sustainable Procurement Practice: The Effect of Procurement Officers’ Perceptions.Daniel Etse, Adela McMurray & Nuttawuth Muenjohn - forthcoming - Journal of Business Ethics:1-24.
    Effective implementation and committed practice of sustainable procurement remain a significant challenge for many organisations across the globe. This paper sought to understand the extent to which employees’ perceptions influence the practice of sustainable procurement in the context of a developing country where sustainability awareness is low. Drawing on the Diffusion of Innovation theory, procurement officers’ perceptions of sustainable procurement were examined relative to the attributes of complexity, compatibility and relative advantage. Empirical data from 322 Ghanaian organisations were analysed using (...)
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