Weitere Kapitel dieses Buchs durch Wischen aufrufen
The globalised supply chain is strongly shaping both the production and the consumption of products in different markets as the international markets have been (or are being) liberalised and deregulated. In this light, very often businesses source their materials or products from developing and/or transitioning countries in order to reduce their production and distribution costs. Consequentially, there may be perceived shortcomings in the companies’ procurement of materials and products as well as their supply chain’s regulatory capacity. At the same time, many stakeholders including consumers are increasingly inquiring on the regulation of unwanted economic, social and environmental side-effects of low-cost production. This is a globalisation phenomenon that has triggered new views on the firms’ responsible supply chain management and genuine stakeholder engagement .
Bitte loggen Sie sich ein, um Zugang zu diesem Inhalt zu erhalten
Sie möchten Zugang zu diesem Inhalt erhalten? Dann informieren Sie sich jetzt über unsere Produkte:
Andersen, M., & Skjoett-Larsen, T. (2009). Corporate social responsibility in global supply chains. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 14(2), 75–86. CrossRef
Ansett, S. (2007). Mind the gap: A journey to sustainable supply chains. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 19(4), 295–303. CrossRef
Avram, D., & Kahne, S. (2008). Implementing responsible business behavior from a strategic management perspective: Developing a framework for Austrian SMEs. Journal of Business Ethics, 82(2), 463–475. CrossRef
Awaysheh, A., & Klassen, R. D. (2010). The impact of supply chain structure on the use of supplier socially responsible practices. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 30(12), 1246–1268. CrossRef
Baden, D. A., Harwood, I. A., & Woodward, D. G. (2009). The effect of buyer pressure on suppliers in SMEs to demonstrate CSR practices: An added incentive or counter productive? European Management Journal, 27(6), 429–441. CrossRef
Bagnoli, M., & Watts, S. G. (2003). Selling to socially responsible consumers: Competition and the private provision of public goods. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 12(3), 419–445. CrossRef
Baier, C., Hartmann, E., & Moser, R. (2008). Strategic alignment and purchasing efficacy: An exploratory analysis of their impact on financial performance. Journal of Supply Chain Management, 44(4), 36–52. CrossRef
Barrientos, S., & Smith, S. (2007). Do workers benefit from ethical trade? Assessing codes of labour practice in global production systems. Third World Quarterly, 28(4), 713–729. CrossRef
Boyd, D. E., Spekman, R. E., Kamauff, J. W., & Werhane, P. (2007). Corporate social responsibility in global supply chains: A procedural justice perspective. Long Range Planning, 40(3), 341–356. CrossRef
Brammer, S., & Millington, A. (2005). Corporate reputation and philanthropy: An empirical analysis. Journal of Business Ethics, 61(1), 29–44. CrossRef
Burke, R. J. (2011). Corporate reputations: Development, maintenance, change and repair. Corporate Reputation: Managing Opportunities and Threats, 1–43.
Buysse, K., & Verbeke, A. (2003). Proactive environmental strategies: A stakeholder management perspective. Strategic Management Journal, 24(5), 453–470. CrossRef
Camilleri, M. A. (2012). Creating shared value through strategic CSR in tourism. PhD Thesis, Edinburgh Research Archive, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh. https://www.era.lib.ed.ac.uk/handle/1842/6564
Carlisle, Y. M., & Faulkner, D. O. (2005). The strategy of reputation. Strategic Change, 14(8), 413–422. CrossRef
Carter, C. R., & Rogers, D. S. (2008). A framework of sustainable supply chain management: Moving toward new theory. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 38(5), 360–387. CrossRef
Caruana, A. (1997). Corporate reputation: Concept and measurement. Journal of Product & Brand Management, 6(2), 109–118. CrossRef
Caruana, A., & Chircop, S. (2000). Measuring corporate reputation: A case example. Corporate Reputation Review, 3(1), 43–57. CrossRef
Castaldo, S., Perrini, F., Misani, N., & Tencati, A. (2009). The missing link between corporate social responsibility and consumer trust: The case of fair trade products. Journal of Business Ethics, 84(1), 1–15. CrossRef
Ciliberti, F., de Groot, G., de Haan, J., & Pontrandolfo, P. (2009). Codes to coordinate supply chains: SMEs’ experiences with SA8000. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 14(2), 117–127. CrossRef
Closs, D. J., Speier, C., & Meacham, N. (2011). Sustainability to support end-to-end value chains: The role of supply chain management. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 39(1), 101–116. CrossRef
Coombs, W. T. (2014). Ongoing crisis communication: Planning, managing, and responding. Malden, MA: Sage Publications.
Cousins, P. D. (2005). The alignment of appropriate firm and supply strategies for competitive advantage. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 25(5), 403–428. CrossRef
Cruz, L. B., & Boehe, D. M. (2008). CSR in the global marketplace: Towards sustainable global value chains. Management Decision, 46(8), 1187–1209. CrossRef
Donaldson, T., & Preston, L. E. (1995). The stakeholder theory of the corporation: Concepts, evidence, and implications. Academy of Management Review, 20(1), 65–91.
Egels-Zandén, N. (2007). Suppliers’ compliance with MNCs’ codes of conduct: Behind the scenes at Chinese toy suppliers. Journal of Business Ethics, 75(1), 45–62. CrossRef
Ewing, M. T., Windisch, L., & Newton, F. J. (2010). Corporate reputation in the People’s Republic of China: A B2B perspective. Industrial Marketing Management, 39(5), 728–736. CrossRef
Fan, Y. (2005). Ethical branding and corporate reputation. Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 10(4), 341–350. CrossRef
Fawcett, S. E., & Magnan, G. M. (2002). The rhetoric and reality of supply chain integration. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 32(5), 339–361. CrossRef
Fearne, A., Duffy, R., & Hornibrook, S. (2005). Justice in UK supermarket buyer-supplier relationships: an empirical analysis. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 33(8), 570–582. CrossRef
Ferguson, T. D., Deephouse, D. L., & Ferguson, W. L. (2000). Do strategic groups differ in reputation? Strategic Management Journal, 21(12), 1195–1214. CrossRef
Flanagan, D. J., O’Shaughnessy, K. C., & Palmer, T. B. (2011). Re-assessing the relationship between the fortune reputation data and financial performance: Overwhelming influence or just a part of the puzzle? Corporate Reputation Review, 14(1), 3–14. CrossRef
Fombrun, C., & Shanley, M. (1990). What’s in a name? Reputation building and corporate strategy. Academy of Management Journal, 33(2), 233–258. CrossRef
Fombrun, C. J., Gardberg, N. A., & Sever, J. M. (2000). The Reputation Quotient SM: A multi-stakeholder measure of corporate reputation. Journal of Brand Management, 7(4), 241–255. CrossRef
Freeman, R. E. (1999). Divergent stakeholder theory. Academy of Management Review, 24(2), 233–236.
Freeman, R. E., & Reed, D. L. (1983). Stockholders and stakeholders: A new perspective on corporate governance. California Management Review, 25(3), 88–106. CrossRef
Furberg, K., & Schullström, M. (2008). Does it have to be costly to be socially responsible? Industrial Marketing Management, 29(1), 5.
Galbraith, C., & Schendel, D. (1983). An empirical analysis of strategy types. Strategic Management Journal, 4(2), 153–173. CrossRef
Gold, S., Seuring, S., & Beske, P. (2010). Sustainable supply chain management and inter-organizational resources: A literature review. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 17(4), 230–245.
Gonzalez-Benito, J. (2007). A theory of purchasing’s contribution to business performance. Journal of Operations Management, 25(4), 901–917. CrossRef
Govindan, K., Kaliyan, M., Kannan, D., & Haq, A. N. (2014). Barriers analysis for green supply chain management implementation in Indian industries using analytic hierarchy process. International Journal of Production Economics, 147, 555–568. CrossRef
Gray, E. R., & Balmer, J. M. (1998). Managing corporate image and corporate reputation. Long Range Planning, 31(5), 695–702. CrossRef
Greyser, S. A. (1999). Advancing and enhancing corporate reputation. Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 4(4), 177–181. CrossRef
Gugler, P., & Shi, J. Y. (2009). Corporate social responsibility for developing country multinational corporations: Lost war in pertaining global competitiveness? Journal of Business Ethics, 87(1), 3–24. CrossRef
Harwood, I., & Humby, S. (2008). Embedding corporate responsibility into supply: A snapshot of progress. European Management Journal, 26(3), 166–174. CrossRef
Helm, S., & Salminen, R. T. (2010). Basking in reflected glory: Using customer reference relationships to build reputation in industrial markets. Industrial Marketing Management, 39(5), 737–743. CrossRef
Herbig, P., Milewicz, J., & Golden, J. (1994). A model of reputation building and destruction. Journal of Business Research, 31(1), 23–31. CrossRef
Hoejmose, S., Brammer, S., & Millington, A. (2013). An empirical examination of the relationship between business strategy and socially responsible supply chain management. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 33(5), 589–621. CrossRef
Hoejmose, S. U., Roehrich, J. K., & Grosvold, J. (2014). Is doing more doing better? The relationship between responsible supply chain management and corporate reputation. Industrial Marketing Management, 43(1), 77–90. CrossRef
Howard-Grenville, J. A., & Hoffman, A. J. (2003). The importance of cultural framing to the success of social initiatives in business. The Academy of Management Executive, 17(2), 70–84. CrossRef
Husted, B. W., & Allen, D. B. (2001, August). Toward a model of corporate social strategy formulation. In Proceedings of the social issues in management division at Academy of Management Conference (pp. 1–35).
Husted, B. W., & Allen, D. B. (2007). Corporate social strategy in multinational enterprises: Antecedents and value creation. Journal of Business Ethics, 74(4), 345–361. CrossRef
Jones, B., Temperley, J., & Anderson, L. (2009). Corporate reputation in the era of Web 2.0: The case of Primark. Journal of Marketing Management, 25(9–10), 927–939. CrossRef
Keh, H. T., & Xie, Y. (2009). Corporate reputation and customer behavioral intentions: The roles of trust, identification and commitment. Industrial Marketing Management, 38(7), 732–742. CrossRef
Klassen, R. D., & Vereecke, A. (2012). Social issues in supply chains: Capabilities link responsibility, risk (opportunity), and performance. International Journal of Production Economics, 140(1), 103–115. CrossRef
Kleindorfer, P. R., Singhal, K., & Wassenhove, L. N. (2005). Sustainable operations management. Production and Operations Management, 14(4), 482–492. CrossRef
Knudsen, D. (2003). Aligning corporate strategy, procurement strategy and e-procurement tools. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 33(8), 720–734. CrossRef
Lai, C. S., Chiu, C. J., Yang, C. F., & Pai, D. C. (2010). The effects of corporate social responsibility on brand performance: The mediating effect of industrial brand equity and corporate reputation. Journal of Business Ethics, 95(3), 457–469. CrossRef
Lantos, G. P. (2001). The boundaries of strategic corporate social responsibility. Journal of Consumer Marketing, 18(7), 595–632. CrossRef
Lee, K. H., & Kim, J. W. (2009). Current status of CSR in the realm of supply management: The case of the Korean electronics industry. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 14(2), 138–148. CrossRef
Lefevre, C., Pellé, D., Abedi, S., Martinez, R., & Thaler, P. F. (2010). Value of sustainable procurement practices. Collaborative Report from PwC, EcoVadis and INSEAD.
Lewis, S. (2003). Reputation and corporate responsibility. Journal of Communication Management, 7(4), 356–366.
Lim, S. J., & Phillips, J. (2008). Embedding CSR values: The global footwear industry’s evolving governance structure. Journal of Business Ethics, 81(1), 143–156. CrossRef
Liu, S., Kasturiratne, D., & Moizer, J. (2012). A hub-and-spoke model for multi-dimensional integration of green marketing and sustainable supply chain management. Industrial Marketing Management, 41(4), 581–588. CrossRef
Maignan, I., Ferrell, O. C., & Ferrell, L. (2005). A stakeholder model for implementing social responsibility in marketing. European Journal of Marketing, 39(9/10), 956–977. CrossRef
Markley, M. J., & Davis, L. (2007). Exploring future competitive advantage through sustainable supply chains. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 37(9), 763–774. CrossRef
McElhaney, K. (2009). A strategic approach to corporate social responsibility. Leader to Leader, 52(1), 30–36. CrossRef
McManus, T. (2008). The business strategy/corporate social responsibility “mash-up”. Journal of Management Development, 27(10), 1066–1085. CrossRef
McWilliams, A., & Siegel, D. (2001). Corporate social responsibility: A theory of the firm perspective. Academy of Management Review, 26(1), 117–127.
McWilliams, A., Siegel, D. S., & Wright, P. M. (2006). Corporate social responsibility: Strategic implications. Journal of management studies, 43(1), 1–18. CrossRef
Miller, D., & Toulouse, J. M. (1986). Chief executive personality and corporate strategy and structure in small firms. Management Science, 32(11), 1389–1409. CrossRef
Mohr, J., & Spekman, R. (1994). Characteristics of partnership success: Partnership attributes, communication behavior, and conflict resolution techniques. Strategic Management Journal, 15(2), 135–152. CrossRef
Mohr, L. A., & Webb, D. J. (2005). The effects of corporate social responsibility and price on consumer responses. Journal of Consumer Affairs, 39(1), 121–147. CrossRef
Monczka, R. M., Handfield, R. B., Giunipero, L. C., & Patterson, J. L. (2015). Purchasing and supply chain management. Mason, OH: Cengage Learning.
Money, K., Hillenbrand, C., & Downing, S. (2011). Reputation in relationships. In S. Helm, K. Liehr-Gobbers, & C. Storck (Eds.), Reputation management (pp. 75–88). Berlin: Springer. CrossRef
Narasimhan, R., & Carter, J. R. (1998). Linking business unit and material sourcing strategies. Journal of Business Logistics, 19(2), 155.
Orlitzky, M., Schmidt, F. L., & Rynes, S. L. (2003). Corporate social and financial performance: A meta-analysis. Organization Studies, 24(3), 403–441. CrossRef
Palazzo, G., & Basu, K. (2007). The ethical backlash of corporate branding. Journal of Business Ethics, 73(4), 333–346. CrossRef
Park, H., & Dickson, M. A. (2008). Engaging in buyer-seller partnership for fair labor management the role of a buyer firm’s strategic emphasis. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 26(1), 41–56. CrossRef
Park-Poaps, H., & Rees, K. (2010). Stakeholder forces of socially responsible supply chain management orientation. Journal of Business Ethics, 92(2), 305–322. CrossRef
Pedersen, E. R. (2009). The many and the few: Rounding up the SMEs that manage CSR in the supply chain. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 14(2), 109–116. CrossRef
Phillips, R., & Caldwell, C. B. (2005). Value chain responsibility: A farewell to arm’s length. Business and Society Review, 110(4), 345–370. CrossRef
Pickles, J., & Zhu, S. (2013). The California transparency in supply chains act. Retrieved March 12, 2016, from http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2237437
Piercy, N. F., & Lane, N. (2009). Corporate social responsibility: Impacts on strategic marketing and customer value. The Marketing Review, 9(4), 335–360. CrossRef
Ponzi, L. J., Fombrun, C. J., & Gardberg, N. A. (2011). RepTrak™ pulse: Conceptualizing and validating a short-form measure of corporate reputation. Corporate Reputation Review, 14(1), 15–35. CrossRef
Porter, M. E. (1986). Competition in global industries. Boston: Harvard Business Press.
Porter, M. E., & Kramer, M. R. (2006). Strategy and society: The link between corporate social responsibility and competitive advantage. Harvard Business review, 84(12), 78–92.
Power, D. (2005). Supply chain management integration and implementation: A literature review. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 10(4), 252–263. CrossRef
Preuss, L. (2001). In dirty chains? Purchasing and greener manufacturing. Journal of Business Ethics, 34(3–4), 345–359. CrossRef
Preuss, L. (2009). Addressing sustainable development through public procurement: The case of local government. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 14(3), 213–223. CrossRef
Roberts, S. (2003). Supply chain specific? Understanding the patchy success of ethical sourcing initiatives. Journal of Business Ethics, 44(2–3), 159–170. CrossRef
Russo, A., & Perrini, F. (2010). Investigating stakeholder theory and social capital: CSR in large firms and SMEs. Journal of Business Ethics, 91(2), 207–221. CrossRef
Sarkis, J., Zhu, Q., & Lai, K. H. (2011). An organizational theoretic review of green supply chain management literature. International Journal of Production Economics, 130(1), 1–15. CrossRef
Seuring, S., & Müller, M. (2008). From a literature review to a conceptual framework for sustainable supply chain management. Journal of Cleaner Production, 16(15), 1699–1710. CrossRef
Sharma, A., Iyer, G. R., Mehrotra, A., & Krishnan, R. (2010). Sustainability and business-to-business marketing: A framework and implications. Industrial Marketing Management, 39(2), 330–341. CrossRef
Siegel, D. S., & Vitaliano, D. F. (2007). An empirical analysis of the strategic use of corporate social responsibility. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 16(3), 773–792. CrossRef
Siltaoja, M. E. (2006). Value priorities as combining core factors between CSR and reputation–A qualitative study. Journal of Business Ethics, 68(1), 91–111. CrossRef
Simpson, D., Power, D., & Samson, D. (2007). Greening the automotive supply chain: A relationship perspective. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 27(1), 28–48. CrossRef
Surroca, J., Tribó, J. A., & Waddock, S. (2010). Corporate responsibility and financial performance: The role of intangible resources. Strategic Management Journal, 31(5), 463–490. CrossRef
Tamas, M. (2000). Mismatched strategies: The weak link in the supply chain? Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 5(4), 171–175. CrossRef
Tate, W. L., Ellram, L. M., & Kirchoff, J. F. (2010). Corporate social responsibility reports: A thematic analysis related to supply chain management. Journal of Supply Chain Management, 46(1), 19–44. CrossRef
Tetrault Sirsly, C. A., & Lamertz, K. (2008). When does a corporate social responsibility initiative provide a first-mover advantage (pp. 343–369). Montreal: Concordia University.
Van de Ven, B., & Jeurissen, R. (2005). Competing responsibly. Business Ethics Quarterly, 15(02), 299–317. CrossRef
Walker, H., & Jones, N. (2012). Sustainable supply chain management across the UK private sector. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 17(1), 15–28. CrossRef
Walker, H., & Preuss, L. (2008). Fostering sustainability through sourcing from small businesses: Public sector perspectives. Journal of Cleaner Production, 16(15), 1600–1609. CrossRef
Walker, H., Di Sisto, L., & McBain, D. (2008). Drivers and barriers to environmental supply chain management practices: Lessons from the public and private sectors. Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, 14(1), 69–85. CrossRef
Watts, C. A., Kim, K. Y., & Hahn, C. K. (1995). Linking purchasing to corporate competitive strategy. Journal of Supply Chain Management, 31(2), 2.
Weigelt, K., & Camerer, C. (1988). Reputation and corporate strategy: A review of recent theory and applications. Strategic Management Journal, 9(5), 443–454. CrossRef
Weitzner, D., & Darroch, J. (2010). The limits of strategic rationality: Ethics, enterprise risk management, and governance. Journal of Business Ethics, 92(3), 361–372. CrossRef
Winstanley, D., Clark, J., & Leeson, H. (2002). Approaches to child labour in the supply chain. Business Ethics: A European Review, 11(3), 210–223. CrossRef
Xia, Y., Zu, X., & Shi, C. (2015). A profit-driven approach to building a “people-responsible” supply chain. European Journal of Operational Research, 241(2), 348–360. CrossRef
Yawar, S. A., & Seuring, S. (2015). Management of social issues in supply chains: A literature review exploring social issues, actions and performance outcomes. Journal of Business Ethics, 1–23.
Yu, X. (2008). Impacts of corporate code of conduct on labor standards: A case study of Reebok’s athletic footwear supplier factory in China. Journal of Business Ethics, 81(3), 513–529. CrossRef
Zhu, Q., Sarkis, J., & Lai, K. H. (2013). Institutional-based antecedents and performance outcomes of internal and external green supply chain management practices. Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, 19(2), 106–117. CrossRef
- Responsible Supply Chain Management and Stakeholder Engagement for Corporate Reputation
Mark Anthony Camilleri
- Chapter 5
Neuer Inhalt/© Stellmach, Neuer Inhalt/© BBL, Neuer Inhalt/© Maturus, Pluta Logo/© Pluta, Neuer Inhalt/© hww, Voraussetzungen für wirtschaftliche additive Fertigung/© Marco2811 | Fotolia