Institut for Forretningsudvikling og Teknologi

Ismail Golgeci

Toward a Holistic Understanding of Sustainability in Corporations: Resource-Based View of Sustainable Supply Chain Management

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Toward a Holistic Understanding of Sustainability in Corporations: Resource-Based View of Sustainable Supply Chain Management. / Ayaz Arda, Ozlem; Montabon, Frank; Tatoglu, Ekrem; Golgeci, Ismail; Zaim, Selim.

I: Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 2021.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

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Ayaz Arda, O, Montabon, F, Tatoglu, E, Golgeci, I & Zaim, S 2021, 'Toward a Holistic Understanding of Sustainability in Corporations: Resource-Based View of Sustainable Supply Chain Management', Supply Chain Management: An International Journal.

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Ayaz Arda, O., Montabon, F., Tatoglu, E., Golgeci, I., & Zaim, S. (Accepteret/In press). Toward a Holistic Understanding of Sustainability in Corporations: Resource-Based View of Sustainable Supply Chain Management. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal.

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Ayaz Arda O, Montabon F, Tatoglu E, Golgeci I, Zaim S. 2021. Toward a Holistic Understanding of Sustainability in Corporations: Resource-Based View of Sustainable Supply Chain Management. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal.

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Vancouver

Ayaz Arda O, Montabon F, Tatoglu E, Golgeci I, Zaim S. Toward a Holistic Understanding of Sustainability in Corporations: Resource-Based View of Sustainable Supply Chain Management. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal. 2021.

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Ayaz Arda, Ozlem ; Montabon, Frank ; Tatoglu, Ekrem ; Golgeci, Ismail ; Zaim, Selim. / Toward a Holistic Understanding of Sustainability in Corporations: Resource-Based View of Sustainable Supply Chain Management. I: Supply Chain Management: An International Journal. 2021.

Bibtex

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