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DRT International 1991 survey of managers" attitudes to the environment.

DRT International 1991 survey of managers" attitudes to the environment.

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Published by Touche Ross & Co. in London .
Written in English


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ContributionsDRT International.
The Physical Object
Pagination32p. :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21231795M

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Analyses of a range of questions regarding the environment addressed by the survey are reported on here. These included three attitudinal questions: attitudes to environmental dangers; whether there was a willingness to pay increased environmental costs; and the extent to which a sense of.

survey entitled “ survey of public attitudes and behaviours toward the environment” on a sample of 3, After fieldwork was complete, the exact sample size was 3, and the interviews took an average of 51 minutes.

UK Data Archive Study Number - Survey of Public Attitudes and Behaviours Toward the Environment, The survey presented here was carried out in It was based on direct interviews w workers, both employees and the self-employed, throughout the 12 member states of the European Community.

The sample is representative of the distribution of the labour force between sectors, males and females, age groups and by professional status. managers who consider the impact of their organization on the natural environment are said to be practicing.

the view of managers as omnipotent is consistent with the stereotypical picture of the take-charge business executive who can overcome any abstacle in carrying out the organization's objectives.

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