On the Role of Supply Chain Management in Facing Natural Resource Scarcity for Business Growth
Moh’d Al-shboul and
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Ismail Abushaikha: Assistant Professor – Head of Logistics Sciences Department School of Management and Logistics Sciences German- Jordanian University Amman 11180, Jordan
Moh’d Al-shboul: Assistant Professor School of Management and Logistics Sciences German- Jordanian University Amman 11180, Jordan
AbdelRahim Alsoussi: Assistant Professor School of Management and Logistics Sciences German- Jordanian University Amman 11180, Jordan
Abstract of Economic, Finance and Management Outlook, 2016, vol. 6, 18-20
There have been in the past ten years increasing concerns by governments, practitioners, and academics over the limited availability of natural resources. This represents a major challenge for national economies and businesses competing in this context. This work introduces a theoretical discussion of the recent debate on the role of resource-efficient supply chains in achieving business growth. We introduce the current status of the theoretical debate on the role of supply chain management as a socio-economic discipline in supporting the firm’s market position in the context of natural resource scarcity. Although there is a growing body of research exploring the topic of natural resource scarcity in the business management discipline, particularly in supply chain management, the way natural resources interact throughout the supply chain is still underexplored area of research
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