Behavioural Determinants of Green Managerial Practices: A Study on Bangladeshi Bankers

Nafia Sultana, Azharul Islam, Mohammad Nakib


The study aims to determine the influential factors behind the choice of green actions by the banking employees of Bangladesh. Hypotheses and a research framework are developed with a view to explore the relationship of green managerial choice of bankers with perceived green knowledge, peer pressure, rewards and recognition and government regulations in ensuring environmental performance. A self-administered questionnaire was utilized for collecting primary data and exploratory factor analysis was tested to verify the variance of the considered variables and finally multiple-regression analysis was used to comprehend the relationship among the variables. A positive relationship was identified with peer pressure and rewards and recognition that may influence the employees to accept the overall green policies and practices. The study can help the business administrators to identify the dominating factors and work on these factors to motivate the employees to increase their environmental behaviour so that organizational environmental performance can be enhanced.

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International Journal of Financial Research
ISSN 1923-4023(Print)ISSN 1923-4031(Online)


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