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Climate change belief and resilience to climate change in Bangladesh: Is leadership making any difference?

conference contribution
posted on 15.04.2020, 00:00 authored by MD Amlan HaqueMD Amlan Haque, A Jahid
Despite the significant role of global leadership on climate change, the effectiveness of local government leadership outcome in the developing countries has been neglected in the literature. Applying the Adaptive Capacity Vulnerability Theory, this paper examines the relationships among climate change belief (CCB), perceived local government leadership (PLGL), resilience to climate change (RCC), and both the mediation and moderation roles of PLGL on the relationship between CCB and RCC. From the 200 riverbank erosion victims in Bangladesh, the results suggest that CCB, RCC and PLGL have significant positive relationships among each other. However, PLGL shows a partial mediation on the relationship between BCC and RCC but no moderation impact to demonstrate effective local government leadership influence among the victims.

History

Start Page

1235

End Page

1235

Number of Pages

1

Start Date

03/12/2019

Finish Date

06/12/2019

ISBN-13

9780648110958

Location

Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Publisher

Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management

Place of Publication

Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Peer Reviewed

Yes

Open Access

No

Era Eligible

No

Name of Conference

33rd Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management Conference