A Examination Of The Unwavering Quality Of Prestigious Academic Journals: Proof And Meanings To Decision‐Makers.

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Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) adds ‘green’ component to the conventional supply chains by including practices like green operations, green design, green manufacturing, reverse logistics and waste management (Srivastava, 2007). GSCM has been gaining much attention of academia and industry over the last few years. The companies cannot afford to ignore environmental issues in today’s competitive business environment. Increasing government regulations and stronger public mandates for environmental accountability have brought the green issues high on the strategic planning agenda of manufacturing firms (Walton, Handfield & Melnyk, 1998).

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Baines, T., Brown, S., Benedettini, O., & Ball, P. (2012). Examining green production and its role within the competitive strategy of manufacturers. Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management, 5(1), 53-87. http://dx.doi.org/10.3926/jiem.405

Baresel-Bofinger, A., & Ketikidis, P. (2010). Using ‘green knowledge’ for implementing environmental supply chain management practices in Greek manufacturers. In 5thInternational Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics (IFKAD 2010), pp. 24-25.

Beamon, B.M. (1999). Designing the green supply chain. Logistics Information Management, 12 (4), 332-342. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/09576059910284159


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