The Research of the Relationship between Low Carbon-Based Marketing Innovation and Organizational Performance

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Abstract

Based on relevant literature, this study attempts to provide a conceptual model for how green complex orientation influences organizational performance by using low carbon-based incremental marketing innovation and low carbonbased radical marketing innovation as mediator, 213 firms from Jiangsu province were investigated as empirical samples. The results show that low carbon-based marketing innovation plays a complete role in mediating the relationship between green complex orientation and organizational performance, low carbon-based incremental marketing innovation plays a complete role in mediating the relationship between green market orientation and organizational performance, and low carbon-based radical marketing innovation plays a complete role in mediating the relationship between green innovation orientation and organizational performance.

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B. Wang and X. Zheng, "The Research of the Relationship between Low Carbon-Based Marketing Innovation and Organizational Performance," Technology and Investment, Vol. 4 No. 3, 2013, pp. 164-167. doi: 10.4236/ti.2013.43019.

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