Impact of Ban on Diesel Cars and Engines Assignment

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TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................11.1 Introduction...........................................................................................................................11.2 Background of research.........................................................................................................21.3 Aim and Objectives...............................................................................................................31.4 Outline of methodology........................................................................................................41.5 Significance of research........................................................................................................51.6 Structure of dissertation........................................................................................................5CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW........................................................................................7CHAPTER 3: RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES........................................................................19CHAPTER 4: RESULTS AND ANALYSIS................................................................................244.1 Chapter overview................................................................................................................244.2 Descriptive analysis...........................................................................................................244.3 Hypotheses test..................................................................................................................47CHAPTER 5 DISCUSSION OF RESULTS...................................................................................15.1 Chapter overview..................................................................................................................1CHAPTER 6 CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION........................................................66.1 Chapter overview..................................................................................................................66.2 Conclusion.............................................................................................................................66.3 Research implications/ recommendations/ contributions......................................................76.4 Research limitations and further research.............................................................................8REFERENCES:.............................................................................................................................10Appendix........................................................................................................................................12
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTIONTitle -“To analyse the impact of ban on diesel cars and engines on big auto mobile organisationin the UK.1.1 IntroductionThe change in dynamic world is impacting both industries and environment. Businessesare utilising resources without analysing their negative impact. So, business operations arepolluting environment adversely. This has resulted in formulation of strict actions by governmentto protect the environment (Tutak and et.al. 2015). In an economy diesel plays a vital role. It isthe core raw material of some industries that helps in production of goods. Also, diesel enginesare most reliable source that is used in machines and cars. Besides this, it is very economical fuelwhich is useful boosting durability and power of automotive. But in recent time an issue hasemerged related to use of diesel engines in UK. It is because high use of diesel is affectingenvironment to a great extent. Moreover, due to change in environmental laws, UK governmenthas enforced guidelines to companies regarding this. This has affected the business and theirgrowth. Also, it has increased the cost of goods. On the contrary, banning diesel is the only waythrough which environment can be protected. This will promote public safety by applyingenvironmental laws and regulations. Apart from this, by banning diesel engine people will beprovided free environment to breathe. Moreover, it will reduce the health hazards that are relatedto diesel. In this way, a clean and green environment will be created. The lifestyle of people willbe enhanced. In UK, there are many large scale organisations that use diesel engines. They arehighly dependent on this. So, ban of engines will lead to decline in industry and downfall in GDPof nation (Palash and et.al., 2014). In addition to this, it also includes the threats that can lead tomajor consequences. Companies will focus on other countries to expand their business. Theywill oppose this decision. Alongside auto mobile, other sector will also be affected that useddiesel engine as raw material. In addition to this, farming and retail sector will also have negativeimpact. Also, increase in number of sales of car, the pollution level has also raised. UK
government has decided to completely ban diesel engines and cars till 2040. The decision hasimpacted very badly and in 2017, there has decline of 5.7% in car sales.In present era, there has been a great change in climatic condition of globe. It is due toincrease in global warming. This has changed the weather condition of some countries. After theincident of great smog of London that occurred in 1952 in which many people were dead andalso many were infected, government has taken strict steps towards protecting the environment.They do not want the similar situation to happen again. They have imposed several measures inenvironment law (Guan, Zhao and Lin, 2018). It not only implies in UK but also in neighbouringcountries. It has helped in controlling the weather and enforcing companies to engage more incorporate social responsibility activities. However, it has provided suggestions for company todeal in issues. Inhaling poor quality of air is worse for an individual who smokes. It highlyaffected his or her physical health and can lead to various air borne disease like asthma.However, some it is expected that diesel ban will be very beneficial for UK. The positiveperspective will be that it will reduce pollution and provide a better environment to society.Besides this, companies will more contribute in CSR. They will effectively follow rules andregulations. Furthermore, company will be forced to use renewable resources. People will not beprone to health hazards. It will give them fresh environment to breathe. Moreover, it will createawareness among people to protect the environment (Bennett and Vijaygopal, 2018). The use ofhybrid car will become common. This initiative taken by UK will encourage other countries totake some critical actions to protect the environment. Also, it will beneficial to people for longterm.1.2 Background of researchEvery country economy is dependent on oil. It is being used in most of the sectors. Withthis good are manufactured. Oil is being highly consumed in form of petrol and diesel. They arethe backbone of economy. On the other hand, it is the reason of increase in pollution. Therefore,many countries have taken strict steps to reduce pollution. In UK the government has decided toban diesel. This decision can highly affect their economy as big industries are dependent ondiesel machines. So banning of diesel will result in closing of industries. It will also increase thecost of products that are produced by them. So it will create negative impact on GDP of nation.
The present study is being conducted for various reasons. It will help in identifying theimpact of banning of diesel on big companies. This means that what impact will have on theiroperations and how other resources will be used by them. It will help researcher to identify this.Another reason is to identify what impact will it have on UK economy (Kumar and et.al 2016).Along with this, what impact will it have on other industries that are related to auto mobilesector.It is necessary for industries to use diesel engines so that production can be done. Besidesthis, it is an essential element for auto mobile industry as well. It is because they manufactureboth petrol and diesel cars. So this has led to rise in pollution level of UK. However, if diesel isbanned it will be a huge loss to auto mobile sector. So companies have to focus on producinghybrid cars. Thus, research is being conducted by researcher to identify that whether dieselshould be banned or not and what impact will be there if it is banned.1.3 Aim and Objectives
Aim-To ascertain whether Diesel should be banned or not and its impact on big automobileorganisations.Objectives-To assess the reliability of banning diesel to protect and safeguard public health.To determine the extent to which banning diesel engines can curb health hazards insociety.To ascertain the contribution of UK based automobile companies in banning dieselengine as a way of fulfilling their corporate social responsibilities (CSR).To analyse the influence of undertaking CSR on customer’s buying behaviour.Research QuestionsAlong with aims and objectives there are some research questions also developed byresearcher. It is because it helps in answering those questions with the results. The questionsdeveloped are as below :-What is the importance of providing green environment to society?What will be the impact on UK economy due to banning of diesel?What alternatives can be used by companies to replace the diesel engine.How effective are rules and regulations of the UK government to protect environment?1.4 Outline of methodologyIt describes the methods that will be used by researcher in conducting research. Thisshows that how data will be collected and analysed. It is very important to identify methods sothat research can be conducted in smooth manner (Sanli and et.al 2015). The dissertation willcontain the following methods that are as below:-Research Philosophy-there are four types of research philosophies that are used in research. Forpresent dissertation researcher will use the positivism philosophy. It will help in finding dataResearch Design-It is used to analyse question data to conduct research in smooth way. In thisthere are only guidelines that assists researcher. For the present research, design used will bedescriptive. It will help in interpreting data effectively.
Research Strategy –In this the research plan is developed that allows researcher to conductresearch in step by step manner. Generally, qualitative and quantitative methods are used in this.Also, the present study will be conducted by using both strategies.Data Collection:In this data is collected to obtain the results. There are two method of datacollection that are primary and secondary (Kinnal and et.al 2018). In this researcher will useboth these methods. The literature review will be done by secondary and in primary data will becollected by taking interviews.Sampling-In this sample is selected on which research will be conducted. It refers to theselecting sample size from population. The researcher will use random sampling method and thesample size will be 15 managers.Data Analysis:-this is the most important element in research methodology. It is a process ofcollecting and analysing data to obtain results. For present study researcher will use thematicanalysis (Guan and et.al 2017).1.5 Significance of researchThe significance of conducting present research is to identify the impact of ban of dieselengines on auto mobile companies. Also, it is to take review of people regarding if diesel shouldbe banned or not. It will also help in providing suggestions or alternative options on what can beused as a replacement of diesel engine. Beside this, there has been a lot of change in environmentrelated laws and regulations that is developed by government. Apart from this, it will also help inevaluating the impact on other European countries due to diesel ban in UK.1.6 Structure of dissertationThere is a particular structure that is followed in completing dissertation. In this it isshown that how research will be conducted and what chapters are included in it (Ali and et.al2016). With this researcher thoroughly analyse data so that aims and objectives can be achieved.For present research the structure of dissertation is as follows :-Chapter 1 Introduction:It is the first chapter in which introduction about the topic is described.This makes it easy for user to understand about what the overall research is based on. There aremany things which is included in introduction that are aims and objectives, background,significance, etc. These all gives a brief overview of entire dissertation.
Chapter 2 Literature Review: -in this chapter the entire theory related to secondary research isexplained. It gives a deep explanation to user about what has been said by different authors. Forthis researcher analyse different journals and articles to collect and gather data and information.Chapter 3 Research Methodology:-This chapter is the most important in dissertation as itdescribes the research methods that will be applied by researcher. It helps in developing a propermethod so that research can be conducted in systematic manner (Alptekin, 2017). The methodsare selected according to nature and aims and objectives of research.Chapter 4 Data Analysis and Finding-The overall research results are dependent on thischapter. It is because in this the data is collected and analysed to obtain results. Also, dataanalysed in presented in graphs so that it is easy for user to understand the findings. Data must beanalysed properly so that aims and objectives are achieved.Chapter 5 Conclusion and Recommendation:It is the last chapter where researcher concludeabout entire research. Along with this, he or she describes some recommendations that can beuseful in the future for user or organisation.
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