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The investigation focused on exploring the key antecedents of sustainable innovation in supplier networks (SISN). Email survey was used to gather data from 120 steel and engineering firms located in Gauteng province of South Africa. After the data cleaning was performed, the exploratory factor analysis was applied to extract the relevant factors. Further, confirmatory factor analysis was used to test the construct reliability and validity. Finally, the conceptual model was tested by applying structural equation modelling technique. The current study has considered the influence of both external factors and internal factors on sustainable innovation in supplier networks which may be considered as a unique contribution to the existing literature. The research findings provide significant practical importance for supply chain managers and also provide future research directions for academic researchers.
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