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THE INFLUENCE OF EU MEMBER COUNTRIES’ ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON THEIR CITIZENS’ PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL ATTITUDES Abstract: The present paper aims to determine the influence of EU member countries’ economic development on their citizens’ pro-environmental attitudes using a path analysis. In this sense, we have used the results of the 2012 survey on the „Attitudes of Europeans towards building the single market for green productsâ€, as well as the 2012 statistical information referring to EU member countries’ economic development, provided by Eurostat. The results indicated which macroeconomic variables exert a significant influence on each pro-environmental attitudinal component. Future studies may consider using less macroeconomic variables in order to identify their influence on different pro-environmental attitudinal components

Elena N. Untaru, Ana Ispas () and Adina N. Candrea
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Elena N. Untaru: Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania
Adina N. Candrea: Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania

EcoForum, 2015, vol. 4, issue 2, 8

Keywords: pro-environmental attitudes; economic development; EU member countries; path analysis; macroeconomic variables (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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