Conflicting and Convergent Trajectories for Reverse Logistics: Do Consumers and Companies Act in Line with the WEEE Directive?

Árni Halldórsson, Tage Skjøtt-Larsen

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGlobal Supply Chains: Developing Skills, Capabilities and Networks : Proceedings of the Logistics Research Network Annual Conference 2007. Kingston Upon Hull, UK. 5th-7th September 2007
EditorsChandra S. Lalwani, John Mangan, Tim Butcher, Adrian Coronado Mondragon
Place of PublicationCorby
PublisherThe Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport
Publication date2007
Pages425-430
ISBN (Print)9781904564195
Publication statusPublished - 2007
EventLogistics research network annual conference - Kingston Upon Hull, United Kingdom
Duration: 5 Sep 20077 Sep 2007

Conference

ConferenceLogistics research network annual conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityKingston Upon Hull
Period05/09/200707/09/2007

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Halldórsson, Á., & Skjøtt-Larsen, T. (2007). Conflicting and Convergent Trajectories for Reverse Logistics: Do Consumers and Companies Act in Line with the WEEE Directive? In C. S. Lalwani, J. Mangan, T. Butcher, & A. C. Mondragon (Eds.), Global Supply Chains: Developing Skills, Capabilities and Networks: Proceedings of the Logistics Research Network Annual Conference 2007. Kingston Upon Hull, UK. 5th-7th September 2007 (pp. 425-430). Corby: The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport.