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    Closed-Loop Supply Chains - Mark E. Ferguson (Editor); Gilvan C. Souza (Editor); Sameer Kumar (Contribution by)
    Call Number: eBook
    ISBN: 9781420095265
    Publication Date: 2010-06-16
    Closed-loop supply chain activities such as re-manufacturing, recycling, dismantling for spare parts, and reverse logistics have helped many companies tap into new revenue streams by finding secondary markets for their products, all while reducing their overall carbon footprint.

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    Sustainable Operations and Closed-Loop Supply Chains - Souza
    Call Number: eBook
    ISBN: 9781606493694
    Publication Date: 2012-07-15
    The book can be viewed from the perspective of a medium to large firm's journey towards sustainability.

    Social Science Research Network

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    Andrea Larson
    University of Virginia (UVA) - Darden School of Business

    Darden Case No. UVA-ENT-0136
    This working paper currently resides within the "Social Science Research Network" database. Search using the document's title or the  author's name.


    Assigned Reading List

    Guide, V.D.R., & Van Wassenhove, L.N. (2009). The Evolution of Closed-Loop Supply Chain Research. Operations Research, 57(1), 10-18.

    Guide, V.D.R., Muyldermans, L. & Van Wasshove, L.N. (2005). Hewlett-Packard Company Unlocks the Value Potential from Time-Sensitive Returns. Interfaces, 35(4), 281-293.

    Blackburn, J. D., Guide Jr., V. R., Souza, G. C., & Van Wassenhove, L. N. (2004). Reverse Supply Chains for Commercial Returns. California Management Review, 46(2), 6-22.

    Genchev, S. E., (2009). Reverse Logistics Program Design: A Company Study. Business Horizons, 52(2), 139-148.

    Stock, J., Speh,T.  & Shear, H. (2006). Managing Product Returns for Competitive Advantage. MIT Sloan Management Review, 48(1), 57-62.

    Pearce, J.. (2009). The Profit-Making Allure of Product Reconstruction. MIT Sloan Management Review, 50(3), 59-65.

    Goleman, D., & Lueneburger, C.. (2010). The Change Leadership Sustainability Demands. MIT Sloan Management Review, 51(4), 49-55.

    Rothenberg, S. (2007). Sustainability Through Servicizing. MIT Sloan Management Review, 48(2), 83-89.


    Harvard Business Review - Articles

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    O'Connell, A. (2007). Improve Your Return on Returns. Harvard Business Review, 85(11), 30-34.

    Unruh, G., & Ettenson, R. (2010). Winning in the Green Frenzy. Harvard Business Review, 88(11), 110-115.

    Unruh, G., & Ettenson, R. (2010).  Growing Green. Harvard Business Review, 88(6), 94-100.

    Nidumolu, R., Prahalad, C. K., & Rangaswami, M. R. (2009). Why sustainabilty is now the key driver of innovation. (cover story). Harvard Business Review, 87(9), 56-64.

    Lee, H. L. (2010). Don't Tweak your Supply Chain--Rethink It End to End. Harvard Business Review, 88(10), 62-69.

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