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Measuring the Sustainability of Global Supply Chains: Current Practices and Future Directions

  title={Measuring the Sustainability of Global Supply Chains: Current Practices and Future Directions},
  author={Vivian Louise Sloan},
Researchers trntl pructitioners ulike hcne become increasinglv interested in the env'ironmental pe('ormance oJ-globol sttpply chains. Does improving the environmental perJbrmance o.f a single link of ct suppl.r- chain improve the entire chttin's sustuinabitiry - that is, econr.tmic, social, ctnd environmentttl outcomes / Answering this qttestion is impossible without a way to measure performance, and this paper seeks to answer the question: what are the goals, requirements, an(J challenges of… 

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