Understanding Pro-environmental Behaviour of Accounting and Business Students: Development of a Conceptual Framework

The current study reviews education, social science and sustainability literature and identify different factors that could influence of pro-environmental behaviours for universities students

Habib Zaman Khan; Johra Kayeser Fatima; Sudipta Bose

2019

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  • The current study reviews education, social science and sustainability literature and identify different factors that could influence of pro-environmental behaviours for universities students
  • Triangulating the views based on four established psychological theories such as the Theory of Planned Behaviour, Social Cognitive Theory, Schwart’s Norm Activation Theory and Values-Beliefs-Norms Theory, a theoretical framework has been outlined in the current study to guide future research efforts aimed at exploring sustainability and pro-environmental actions of tertiary students
  • Cordano M, Welcomer S, Scherer R, Pradenas L, Parada V Understanding cultural differences in the antecedents of pro-environmental behavior: a comparative analysis of business students in the United States and Chile

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