Sustainability in Supply Chains with Behavioral Concerns

Ciwei Dong, Qingying Li*, Bin Shen, Xun Tong

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    Abstract

    Environmental sustainability has received considerable attention in industry and academia. Many firms have begun to adopt sustainability practices, such as investing in cleaner technology and using organic or recyclable materials, to enhance sustainability in supply chains. Such sustainability practices affect corporate social responsibility and business performance. On the other hand, when consumers and supply chain managers make decisions, they may be constrained by behavioral concerns. Behavioral concerns can significantly influence optimization in supply chains. Thus, it is critical to consider the impacts of behavioral concerns on sustainability in supply chains. In this paper, we concisely examine studies in sustainability issues in supply chains with behavioral concerns and introduce the papers featured in this Special Issue.

    Original languageEnglish
    Article number4051
    Number of pages7
    JournalSustainability (Switzerland)
    Volume11
    Issue number15
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 26-Jul-2019

    Keywords

    • Behavioral concerns
    • Carbon emission
    • Environmental performance
    • Supply chain management
    • Sustainability
    • FAIRNESS
    • RETAILER
    • STRATEGY

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