Prof. Prašnikar is a president of PKP programme board, which serves as a communication platform for academic and business community members and deals with important economic and social issues. Research group gives special attention to selected research topic and its relevance for Slovenian enterprises. Papers published in established international journals were presented at the conference in their initial phase. Round tables host established practitioners from domestic and foreign firms, academics, and politicians. 600-800 participants come to the conference mainly from CEE.
B.02 Presiding over the programming board of a conferenceCOBISS.SI-ID: 21992934
Academy with top international and local team of professors and experts deals with different ways of implementation of sustainable development in the company and transfers research results into practice. It is intended for prospective middle and top management of companies whose strategic focus is to maintain or to obtain a leading position in the market and to create added value by simultaneously directing economy in the long-term sustainability.
B.02 Presiding over the programming board of a conferenceCOBISS.SI-ID: 21563878
In order to find out what is the state of corporate environmentalism in Slovenia, a country in transition, we surveyed a large sample of Slovenian manufacturing companies. Our results show that none of the identified company clusters exhibits qualities attributed to fully advanced corporate environmentalism. In such circumstances regulatory pressures and top management’s personal preferences still play a major role in motivating corporate environmentalism.
F.02 Acquisition of new scientific knowledgeCOBISS.SI-ID: 19379174
The article, based on empirical data analysis, looks for the answers to what extent the Slovenian industrial companies include environmentally friendly activities into their overall strategy and whether it is possible to develop a typology of Slovenian industrial companies, according to the views of their managers to environmental issues. Research shows that there is no problem with the integration of environmentally friendly activities in the overall business strategy, but problems arise in the implementation of general and functional strategies.
F.02 Acquisition of new scientific knowledgeCOBISS.SI-ID: 18510310
Consumers have an important role in environmental protection, so what drives environmentally conscious consumer behavior is also important. We recognized concepts of concern, information about environmental impact, and willingness to act as key predictors of environmental behaviors. This paper proposes an extended model of environmentally conscious consumer behavior in which prosocial status perceptions moderate behavior. In the model, concern is positively related to willingness, and both willingness and information are positively related to behavior. The model was verified on a sample of 319 respondents. Status increases the positive association between willingness and behavior but not between information and behavior.
F.02 Acquisition of new scientific knowledgeCOBISS.SI-ID: 20474598