A Literature Review and Holistic Framework towards Sustainable Supply Chain

Over the last ten years, there has been a surge in interest in supply chain sustainability. Integration of the three pillars of sustainability, economic, environmental, and social, is no longer a choice, but a requirement. Based on our past study in the field of SSC, we hope to provide an updated look at supply chain sustainability practises and patterns during the last ten years, from 2010 to 2020, in this book chapter, providing analytical and critical insights through an expanded version of the research effort. This book chapter is a significant paper for practitioners because it examines more than 93 studies. A data analysis is led, and an overview of trends in the subject of sustainable supply chains is provided. A timeline of relevant reviews is offered, with emphasis on the approaches used. Furthermore, the attention is on the adopted practises and patterns, as well as those that need to be established, with a focus on the field’s primary concerns. The function of each stakeholder is explicitly specified within a comprehensive framework. Finally, the findings and future considerations are presented, with a focus on current issues.

Author (S) Details

First D. Saidi

LASTIMI Laboratory, Mohammed V University in Rabat, Rabat, Morocco, Graduate School of Technology of SALE, Morocco.

J. El Alami

CELOG, ESITH, Casablanca, Morocco.

Third M. Hlyal

CELOG, ESITH, Casablanca, Morocco.

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