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Best Practices in Green Supply Chain Management: A Developing Country Perspective

by Sadia Samar Ali, Rajbir Kaur and Jose Antonio Marmolejo Saucedo Emerald Publishing Limited
Pub Date:
04/2019
ISBN:
9781787562165
Format:
Hbk 176 pages
Price:
AU$127.00 NZ$130.43
Product Status: Title is Print on Demand - May take 4 weeks
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Best
Practices in Green Supply Chain Management
offers
an insight into the integration of environmental awareness into supply chain management operations in developing countries. The authors present case studies from the Indian and Mexican manufacturing industries, which are used to illustrate broader lessons for
developing economies.

Preface

Chapter 1. Sustainable Supply Chain Management

Chapter 2. Research
Implications in Supply Chain Management

Chapter 3. Measuring
Sustainability in Supply Chains

Chapter 4. Qualitative Analysis Part I: A Qualitative Approach to Sustainable Supply Chain
Management

Chapter 5. Qualitative Analysis Part II: Case Studies

Chapter 6. Sustainable
Design of Supply Networks Under Uncertainty: A Case Study in Mexican Industry

This volume outlines best practices in sustainable supply chain management in developing countries. It discusses the definition of sustainability and the issue of sustainable development in developing countries, various factors involved in industrial growth, and the concept of sustainable supply chain management; the origin of supply chains and the concepts, ideas, and methodologies involved, gaps in the research field, and research on sustainability practices in developing countries; the measurement of sustainability in supply chains, with discussion of a study of the Indian manufacturing sector; a qualitative approach to sustainable supply chain management, with analysis of electricity generation in Mexico; case studies related to sustainable supply chain issues in Indian organizations; and a case study of the Mexican auto industry.
Sadia Samar Ali is an Associate Professor in the College of Engineering at King Abdul-Aziz University, Saudi Arabia.
Rajbir Kaur is a professional consultant for human and environmental sustainability in India, engaged in the training of corporate clients.

Jose Antonio Marmolejo Saucedo is a researcher at the Panamerican University in Mexico.