Stakeholder and Risk Management in Sustainable Supply Chains: Review and System Dynamics Modeling

Rebs, Tobias

kassel university press, ISBN: 978-3-7376-5067-0, 2018, 226 Seiten
(Supply Chain Management 13)

Zugl.: Kassel, Univ., Diss. 2018

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Inhalt: The environmental and social impacts of resource extraction and processing, subsequent production processes, and logistics activities are becoming increasingly important for sustainable economies. Moreover, sustainability-related issues and related risks are addressed by supply chain-internal and -external stakeholders. Against this background, companies are driven to consider the sustainability of their business as well as their supply chains by sustainable supply chain management (SSCM).

This dissertation aims at furthering theory development at the nexus of stakeholder and risk management in SSCM by taking a systems thinking perspective on sustainable supply chains with a methodological focus on system dynamics (SD) modeling. To this end, conceptual frameworks and a formal model are developed. In addition, several guidelines for future research are proposed based on the identified trends and gaps in extant related scientific literature. Finally, the presented SD model illustrates the interplay between dynamic capabilities and SSCM practices that result in overall SSCM performance, while multiple stakeholder influences are considered.

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