Subject: Slavery, Human rights, Labour rights, Supply chain auditing, Supply chain collaboration, Supply chain compliance
Purpose\ud – This paper aims to draw attention to the challenges modern slavery poses to supply chain management. Although many international supply chains are (most often unknowingly) connected to slave labour activities, supply chain managers and researchers have so f... View more
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