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000264624 245__ $$aThe role of environmental management accounting and voluntary self-regulatory initiatives in improving resource efficiency in South African hotels
000264624 260__ $$c2017
000264624 269__ $$a2017
000264624 336__ $$aJournal Article
000264624 520__ $$aThe hotel sector is linked to the excessive consumption of non-renewable resources, particularly water, energy and non-durable goods. Several hotel groups have developed voluntary self-regulatory initiatives that are aimed at improving the resource. Currently, there is limited research pertaining to the application of EMA and voluntary initiatives, particularly in the hotel sector. As a result, the implementation and application process of these initiatives remains unclear. A qualitative exploratory multiple case study research method was employed in this study. A total of 12 individuals participated in this study, which consisted of 3 general managers, 3 financial managers, 3 maintenance managers, from 4 hotels. The sample size was selected using purposive sampling. The study found that there is a fair amount of awareness, knowledge and experience of the EMA and the use of voluntary self-regulatory initiatives by the hotel sector in South Africa. However, the implementation of EMA and voluntary selfregulatory initiatives in the South African hotel sector is still at an elementary stage.
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000264624 546__ $$aEnglish
000264624 650__ $$aIndustrial Organization
000264624 6531_ $$aEnvironmental management accounting
000264624 6531_ $$aresource efficiency
000264624 6531_ $$aSouth African hotels
000264624 6531_ $$avoluntary self-regulatory initiatives
000264624 700__ $$aNyide, Celani John
000264624 773__ $$jVolume 13$$kIssue 1$$o41$$q30$$tBusiness and Economic Horizons (BEH)
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