Greening Supply-Chain Management
A special themed issue of Greener Management International (Issue 35)
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The benefits of greening supply-chain management are becoming clearer, with these benefits ranging from improved corporate images, to reduced liability and improved business continuity .
Table of Contents
Table of ContentsEditorialWorld ReviewIntroductionJoseph Sarkis, Clark University, USAIntegrating Environmental Issues into Supplier Selection and Management: A Study of Large and Medium-Sized State-Owned Enterprises in China Qinghua Zhu and Yong Geng, Dalian University of Technology, People’s Republic of ChinaHorses for courses: Explaining the gap between the theory and practice of green supply Frances E. Bowen, University of Sheffield Management School, UK, Paul D. Cousins, University of Melbourne, Autralia, Richard C. Lamming, University of Bath, UK, and Adam C. Faruk, Ashridge Centre for Business and Society, UKCustomer and supplier relations for environmental performance Gregory Theyel, California State University, USACreating a green supply chain Hsien H. Khoo, National University of Singapore Trevor A. Spedding, University of Greenwich, UK Ian Bainbridge, University of Queensland, Australia David M.R. Taplin, University College Cork, Ireland; Queensland University of Technology, AustraliaA total product system concept: A case study of the smart™ automobile James P. Warren, The Open University in the East of England, UK Ed Rhodes and Ruth Carter, CASCAID, The Open University, UKEnvironmental supply-chain innovation Jeremy Hall, University of Calgary, CanadaA case study of green supply-chain management at advanced micro devices Philip Trowbridge, Advanced Micro Devices Inc., USA