Lourdes Moreno-Mondéjar

Lourdes Moreno-Mondéjar
University of Castilla-La Mancha · Departamento de Economía Española e Internacional, Econometría e Historia e Instituciones Económicas

PhD in Economics


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Lourdes Moreno-Mondéjar currently works at the Departamento de Economía Española e Internacional, Econometría e Historia e Instituciones Económicas, University of Castilla-La Mancha. Lourdes does research in Industrial Organization, Entrepreneurial Economics and Environmental Economics. Their most recent publication is 'Successful eco‐innovators: Exploring the association between open inbound knowledge strategies and the performance of eco‐innovative firms' (Bus Strat Env. 2020).


Publications (7)
This paper examines the relative influence of energy prices on several environmental practices at firm level among SMEs. To that aim, we explore an EU-wide data-set providing information for 5194 SMEs in 27 European countries. We distinguish between recycling and purchasing and/or development of cleaner technologies and investigate whether the set...
In this paper we explore the drivers of different types of eco-innovation in European SMEs. Drawing upon a database of 27 European countries, empirical evidence is found for the different roles of supply-side, demand-side and regulatory factors in encouraging the adoption of different types of eco-innovation. Our empirical strategy consists of the...
The main purpose of this article is studying the factors influencing eco-innovative intensity in the European SMEs. Building upon the 'innovation triangle model', business competences, environmental orientation and network involvement are considered as the main determinants of 'greenness' of innovation in a sample of 3852 SMEs. Four categories of e...
This paper focuses on the relevant drivers of eco-innovation in 5,135 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). In particular, we study if there are differences between the determinants of end-of-pipe and adoption of cleaner technologies between small and medium firms located in 27 European countries. Using a bivariate probit, significant differen...
The main purpose of this paper is to analyse the association between open inbound knowledge strategies and the performance of eco‐innovative firms in the food and beverage industry. We propose a mixed framework based on the eco‐innovation literature and the open innovation approach. We consider the characteristics in a traditional sector based upon...
The present paper analyses the factors associated with intensity in resource efficiency practices of European SMEs, considering four categories of firms according to their level of investment (very low, low, medium and high). Based on the stakeholder theory, we estimate a generalised ordinal logistic model which allows us to analyse the relationshi...
The Spanish agro-food industry deserves further attention from researchers because of its economic importance, along with its great orientation towards ecoinnovation and the use of open innovation strategies. A descriptive analysis allows us to investigate how different environmental strategies and cooperation influence business success of companie...


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What about investments in resource efficiency of SMEs?


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