The Financial availability and Innovation link with Firms & Environmental Performance


  • Umair Khan China Center for Special Economic Zone Research, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen China
  • Weili Liu China Center for Special Economic Zone Research, and China Institute of Quality and Economic Development, Shenzhen University, China



Financial performance, Corporate social responsibility, Environmental performance


Conventionally, organizations tend to rely on financial performance and profit capacity to flow shareholder wealth. Currently, in adding to environmental and financial results, it had also developed a vital effort. Though, all organizations are unable to achieve financial and environmental results, especially medium and small-sized enterprises that need performance-enhancing financial resources. This analysis confirms the part of financial obtainability in financial, and environmental performance with a mediating role in recognizing the opportunity. Pragmatic tests are accumulated through framework questionnaires from 305 SMEs working in Pakistan developing markets. The hypotheses are verified in the AMOS by, Structural Equations Modeling (SEM). The results show that suitable financial resources have contributed to the performance of financial instruments, but they also play a significant part in environmental performance. Our study results indorse CEOs and senior administrators effectively use their financial resources to gain the benefit of a new opportunity, excellent financial and environmental performance. Also, companies with sufficient financial capital identify innovative opportunities significantly via recognition of opportunity mediator where they partially mediate the link among financial performance and financial obtainability.



DOI: 10.56556/jescae.v1i4.355

How to Cite

Khan, U., & Liu , W. (2022). The Financial availability and Innovation link with Firms & Environmental Performance. Journal of Environmental Science and Economics, 1(4), 26–35.



Research Article