Circular Economy in Mexican Agribusiness

Published: 5 August 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/hnh7fcm398.1


The questionnaire supported hypotheses based on the Stakeholder Theory. It was proposed that the stakeholder pressures have an effect in the performance of the Mexican Agribusiness. The object of the study was the employees of Agribusiness in the northwest of Mexico. The data included sociodemographic variables and five constructs. The sociodemographic variables recollected in the instrument are gender (GEN), and years of experience (EXP). The scale of gender was 1 for female and 2 for male. The variable years of experience was a ratio variable on years. The constructs were stakeholder pressure (DSI16-DSI20), circular economy principles (PRAC31-PRAC40), economic performance (REF1 to REF10), environmental performance (PADI21-PADI30), and intellectual/social performance (DSI11-DSI15). These constructs were measured with a 5-point Likert scales (1-not at all to 5- significant).



University of Milano–Bicocca, Universidad Panamericana, Wrexham Glyndwr University, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California


Management, Agricultural Economics, Water Management, Sustainability, Climate Change, Agricultural Waste, Field Crops, Soil Pollution, Agribusiness, Circular Economy