Shared Value Chain Design: Sustainable Outputs Versus Sustainable Outcomes

Lydia Bals, Wendy L. Tate

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    Abstract

    In Sustainable Supply Chain Management (SSCM) research still the classic economic perspective is the dominating perspective, although the triple bottom line (including economic, social and ecological) is well accepted. The theoretical foundation for the paper is Stakeholder Theory. Case studies of social businesses funded by the Germany-based company Yunus Social Business
    (YSB; http://www.yunussb.com) are presented, extracting the basic model types and how they involve and affect the stakeholders. These models reveal innovative approaches to enable positive economic, social and ecological impacts in local communities, fundamentally changing supply chains.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication date2015
    Number of pages11
    Publication statusPublished - 2015
    Event24th Annual IPSERA Conference: Preparing for new Competitive Challenges - VU University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Duration: 29 Mar 20151 Apr 2015
    Conference number: 24
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    Conference24th Annual IPSERA Conference
    Number24
    LocationVU University Amsterdam
    CountryNetherlands
    CityAmsterdam
    Period29/03/201501/04/2015
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    Bals, L., & Tate, W. L. (2015). Shared Value Chain Design: Sustainable Outputs Versus Sustainable Outcomes. Paper presented at 24th Annual IPSERA Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.