Stefan Seuring

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Literature reviews are an essential part of all kinds of research. Their importance is frequently emphasized in introductory texts on research methodology as well as in methodological papers. The methodological basis for a literature review is usually a document analysis conducted as a content analysis. Therefore, criteria have to be chosen which allow the(More)
Sustainability, the consideration of environmental factors and social aspects, in supply chain management (SCM) has become a highly relevant topic for researchers and practitioners. The application of operations research methods and related models, i.e. formal modeling, for closed-loop SCM and reverse logistics has been effectively reviewed in previously(More)
and was a visiting professor at the Copenhagen Business School. He hold a PhD and habilitation from the Carl von Ossietzky-University of Oldenburg, Germany. He has published widely on sustainability and supply chain management. Abstract: More than 300 papers have been published in the last 15 years on the topic of green or sustainable (forward) supply(More)
Volume 233, Issue 1 pp. 1-292 (16 February 2014) Volume 232, Issue 3 pp. 427-706 (1 February 2014) Volume 232, Issue 2 pp. 241-426 (16 January 2014) Volume 232, Issue 1 pp. 1-240 (1 January 2014) Volume 231, Issue 3 pp. 513-790 (16 December 2013) Volume 231, Issue 2 pp. 245-512 (1 December 2013) Volume 231, Issue 1 pp. 1-244 (16 November 2013) Volumes 221(More)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to identify information needs in the outsourcing lifecycle, and to prioritize them according to their importance for governing and controlling the external provider. Design/methodology/approach – A three-round Delphi study was conducted, where 17 and 16 outsourcing experts answered, respectively. Findings – The(More)
Concerns about sustainability matters have been growing significantly during the last decades. The triple bottom line approach – an often applied operationalization of sustainability integrating the economic, social, and ecologic aspects of sustainable development – has gained attention in companies, especially with regard to sustainable products.(More)
Traditional intra-firm cost accounting tools are not appropriate in the context of supply chain management, as there are no standards for the definition and composition of costs. This prohibits exchange and comparison of cost data among different supply chain members. Against this background, several activity-based costing models for inter-firm cost(More)