Development of Supply Chain Framework for the Circular Economy

Yanamandra, R (2020) Development of Supply Chain Framework for the Circular Economy. In: Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurship Development and Opportunities in Circular Economy. IGI Global, pp. 231-250.

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The rapid pace at which technology has contributed several technological products and gadgets created a surplus in some areas and deficiencies in some areas of the modern world. For instance, there is a tremendous wastage of food in one country, excessive usage of electronic items in some other countries, and in many other countries, people starve for food and possession of basic electronic items. This situation has led to imbalance and wastage. In addition, sustained efforts to reuse/recycle the goods produced by different business organizations are inadequate. SCM plays a role in re-usability of goods and recycling of used goods. Organizations have to redesign their supply chains to achieve the objective of the circular economy, which propagates the concept of wealth out of waste by reusing/recycling the products. The research in the area of the role of the supply chain in the circular economy is just gaining its importance, and it is still in the nascent stage. Hence, this chapter highlights the significance of in circular economy by developing a framework that emphasizes its role.

Affiliation: Skyline University College
SUC Author(s): Yanamandra, R ORCID:
All Author(s): Yanamandra, R
Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: Supply Chain, Circular Economy, Industrial Revolution
Subjects: A Business and Management > AR Operations Management
Divisions: Skyline University College > School of Business
Depositing User: Mr Veeramani Rasu
Date Deposited: 25 Nov 2021 07:19
Last Modified: 25 Nov 2021 07:19
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