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Sustainability in Supply Chains

A Study on the Effects of Sustainability on Supplier-Buyer Relationships

Leppelt, Thomas

2014, XIV, 121 p. 8 illus.

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  • Publication in the field of economic science

Sustainability advanced to an omnipresent topic among academics and business leaders, while at the same time a growing share of a firm’s total expenditure accounts for purchased materials and services. Yet, academic research still lacks a detailed understanding of how sustainability considerations affect the relationship between buyers and suppliers in a competitive supply chain setting. With his three articles on Sustainability in Supply Chains, Thomas Leppelt contributes to extant literature across the disciplines of supply chain management and marketing by cross-functionally investigating the effects of sustainability on supplier-buyer relationships from both a supplier and a buyer perspective.

Contents

·         Sustainable supplier relationship management

·         Marketing of sustainable supply chain management capabilities in business markets

·         Drivers of marketing-purchasing integration at the supplier level

 

 

Target Groups

·         Researchers and students in the fields of supply chain management, marketing, and management

·         Managers and experts who are interested in strategically managing their supply chain towards sustainability

 

 

About the Author

Dr. Thomas Leppelt received his doctor’s degree from Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg in business administration at the Chair of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Evi Hartmann. He is working in the automotive industry. In his research he focuses on sustainability aspects in interdependent supply chain settings.

 

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Business-to-Business-Marketing - Case Study Research - Supplier-Buyer Relationships - Supply Chain Management - Sustainability

Related subjects » Logistik

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