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Environmental Protection Expenditures and Effects of Environmental Governance of Sustainable Development in Manufacture Enterprise

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  • Agata Mesjasz-Lech

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The article concentrates on the effects of the environmental governance of sustainable development. It examines the relationship between environmental protection expenditures and the effects of the environmental governance of sustainable development. In order to reduce the variables determining the number of effects the Principal Component Analysis was used. Analyses are related to the European Union countries and cover the 2008-2014 period. The research is based on the industry sector. Over the whole analysed period the positive trends in the effects of the environmental governance of sustainable development were observed in the majority of the analysed countries. The results of the analysis show that an increase in environmental protection expenditure is not always followed by an increase in ecological effects.

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  • Agata Mesjasz-Lech, 2017. "Environmental Protection Expenditures and Effects of Environmental Governance of Sustainable Development in Manufacture Enterprise," Proceedings- 11th International Conference on Mangement, Enterprise and Benchmarking (MEB 2017),, Óbuda University, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management.
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