Sustainable Supply Chain Management
by Evelin Krmac (ed.)
Publisher: InTech 2016
Number of pages: 274
The book is a collection of studies dedicated to different perspectives of three dimensions or pillars of the sustainability of supply chain and supply chain management - economic, environmental, and social - and other aspects related to performance evaluation, optimization, and modelling of and for sustainable supply chain management.
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