Green Supply Chain Collaboration for Fashionable Consumer Electronics Products under Third-Party Power Intervention—A Resource Dependence Perspective

Article, Other literature type English OPEN
Jiuh-Biing Sheu;
(2014)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
  • Journal: Sustainability,volume 6,issue 5 5,pages1-44 (issn: 2071-1050)
  • Publisher copyright policies & self-archiving
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3390/su6052832
  • Subject: TD194-195 | Renewable energy sources | resource dependence | green supply chain performance | power restructuring | TJ807-830 | power restructuring; resource dependence; collaborative relationships; green supply chain performance; resource dependence theory | collaborative relationships | GE1-350 | Environmental sciences | Environmental effects of industries and plants | resource dependence theory
    • jel: jel:Q2 | jel:Q3 | jel:Q0 | jel:Q | jel:Q5 | jel:Q56 | jel:O13

Under third-party power intervention (TPPI), which increases uncertainty in task environments, complex channel power interplays and restructuring are indispensable among green supply chain members as they move toward sustainable collaborative relationships for increase... View more
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