Ship recycling refers to the process of tearing down vessels with the goal of reusing the components. This paper treats ship recycling as an economic activity, contextualizing it in accounting and operations management debates about the economization of markets and the assessment of value. Through qualitative research, a map of reverse supply chain of ship recycling and key activities of the stakeholders are portrayed. Preliminary findings show that there are conflicts of interest in the valuation of ship recycling by the stakeholders. Moreover, standards and regulations have not been able to fully embrace the social aspects in the developing countries.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 25th EUROMA Conference 2018 : To Serve, to Produce and to Servitize in the Era of Networks, Big Data, and Analytics|
|Editors||Róbert Hohol, Gergely Szakáts, Gabriella Bánfalvi|
|Number of pages||10|
|Place of Publication||Brussel|
|Publisher||EUROMA, European Operations Management Association|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
|Event||The 25th International Annual EurOMA Conference 2018 - Budapest, Hungary|
Duration: 24 Jun 2018 → 26 Aug 2018
Conference number: 25
|Conference||The 25th International Annual EurOMA Conference 2018|
|Period||24/06/2018 → 26/08/2018|
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Hsuan, J., & Parisi, C. (2018). Reverse Supply Chain of Ship Recycling: Marketization and Operationalization. In R. Hohol, G. Szakáts, & G. Bánfalvi (Eds.), Proceedings of the 25th EUROMA Conference 2018: To Serve, to Produce and to Servitize in the Era of Networks, Big Data, and Analytics EUROMA, European Operations Management Association.