Sustainability through the implementation of sustainable supply chain networks
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- Konstantinos I. Evangelinos & George E. Halkos, 2002.
"Implementation Of Environmental Management Systems Standards: Important Factors In Corporate Decision Making,"
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- Halkos, George, 2001. "Implementation of environmental management systems standards: important factors in corporate decision-making," MPRA Paper 33541, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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- Luthra, Sunil & Garg, Dixit & Haleem, Abid, 2015. "An analysis of interactions among critical success factors to implement green supply chain management towards sustainability: An Indian perspective," Resources Policy, Elsevier, vol. 46(P1), pages 37-50.
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Keywordssupply chain networks; closed-loop chains; integration; economic measures; ecological goals; ecology; SCM; supply chain management; logistics; conflicts; company performance; competitive enhancement; automobile industry; automotive supply chains; sustainability; sustainable development; sustainable economy.;
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