Dangling between sustainability and resilience supply chain practices: employing paradox theory to explore tensions
conference contributionposted on 2019-06-18, 08:42 authored by Luke Bellamy, Alok ChoudharyAlok Choudhary, Grammatoula Papaioannou, Araz Zirar
Drawing upon paradox theory, this paper conceptually proposes a dualism paradox framework for exploring the relationship between supply chain sustainability and resilience. Building basis from the literature which have collectively explored sustainability and resilience, we use and repurpose a dualism approach to paradox theory as a research lens for the SC context. We demonstrate the applicability of the framework to exploring the SC sustainability and resilience relationship. Our future research will test the proposed framework empirically.
- Business and Economics
Published in26th EurOMA Conference: Operations Adding Value to Society
CitationBELLAMY, L. ... et al, 2019. Dangling between sustainability and resilience supply chain practices: employing paradox theory to explore tensions. Presented at the 26th EurOMA Conference (EurOMA 2019): Operations Adding Value to Society, Helsinki, Finland, 17-19 June 2019.
PublisherEuropean Operations Managment Association (EurOMA)
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NotesThis is a conference paper.