Desempeño económico de las empresas colombianas y la responsabilidad ambiental
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Cambio climático
Emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero
Responsabilidad ambiental
Desempeño económico corporativo
Combustibles fósiles Climate change
Greenhouse gas emissions
Environmental responsibility
Corporate economic performance
Fossil fuels

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Meneses Cerón, L. Ángel ., Orozco Álvarez, J. E. ., Cortés Avirama , C. S. ., & Suns Imbachi , J. F. . (2023). Desempeño económico de las empresas colombianas y la responsabilidad ambiental. Dictamen Libre, (33: Julio-Diciembre), 87–103. https://doi.org/10.18041/2619-4244/dl.33.11164

Resumen

El cambio climático es una realidad y la reducción de las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero (GEI), por parte de los países, es una obligación política con el planeta. Esto, representa una oportunidad para modernizar y mejorar la competitividad de las empresas en el futuro. El propósito de este estudio es analizar cómo una mayor responsabilidad ambiental, así como el control y la reducción de las emisiones de GEI, se relacionan con el desempeño económico corporativo. Se utilizaron datos de la Encuesta Anual Manufacturera de Colombia (EAM) en el periodo 2009-2018. Se empleó un modelo econométrico propuesto por Cucchiella et al. (2017). Los resultados muestran que la buena gestión ambiental de las empresas se asocia con un mejor desempeño económico. Se recomienda que, las políticas ambientales empresariales deben evitar medidas drásticas y centrarse en garantizar un mercado que gradualmente elimine a empresas poco competitivas y grandes emisoras de GEI.

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