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dc.contributor.authorFerrón Vilchez, Vera
dc.contributor.authorDarnall, Nicole
dc.identifier.citationFerrón Vilchez, Vera Darnall, Nicole. Business Strategy and the Environment. 2016 Volume 25(4), 221-240 Ferrón Vilchez, V., Darnall, N. [preprint] []es_ES
dc.description.abstractLittle is known about the complementary performance benefits associated with facilities’ combined use of both quality management systems (QMSs) and environmental management systems (EMSs), and how these performance benefits might differ from those associated with facilities’ use of only one of these management systems (or neither). We suggest that complementarities arise because each management system fosters the development of internal capabilities that facilitates the adoption and routine operationalization of the other, while maintaining differentiated goals that enhance strategic value. We examine these relationships using a sample of 2619 manufacturing facilities operating within six OECD countries, while controlling for self‐selection issues. Our findings support the idea of complementarity, in that facilities that adopt both QMS and EMS are more associated with positive business performance than facilities that adopt either a QMS or an EMS on its own, or no management system.es_ES
dc.rightsAtribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 3.0 España*
dc.subjectISO 14001es_ES
dc.subjectQuality management systemes_ES
dc.subjectEnvironmental management systemes_ES
dc.subjectBusiness performancees_ES
dc.subjectFinancial Performancees_ES
dc.subjectSustainability Strategyes_ES
dc.titleTwo are better than one: The link between management systems and business performancees_ES

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