|Title:||A resilient and sustainable supply chain: Is it affordable?|
|Keywords:||Sustainability; Resilience; Supply Chain Design; Multi-Objective Mathematical Model; Sourcing; Sustainability Performance Scoring; Stochastic Fuzzy Goal Programming|
|Abstract:||Developing environmentally and socially sustainable supply chains has become an integral part of corporate strategy for virtually every industry. However, little is understood about the broader impacts of sustainability practices on the capacity of the supply chain to tolerate disruptions. This article aims to investigate the sustainability-resilience relationship at the strategic supply chain design level using a multi-objective optimization model and an empirical case study. The proposed model utilizes a sustainability performance scoring method and a novel programming approach to perform a dynamic sustainability tradeoff analysis and design a “resiliently green” supply chain.|
|Type of Work:||Working Paper|
|Appears in Collections:||ITLS Working Papers 2015|
|ITLS-WP-15-11.pdf||926.63 kB||Adobe PDF|
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