Monitoring Reverse Logistics Programs: A Roadmap to Sustainable Development in Emerging Markets
Richey, R. Glenn, Jr., Tokman, Mert, Wright, Robert E., Harvey, Michael G., Multinational Business Review
This manuscript develops a reverse logistics monitoring system for controlling reverse flows of materials through marketing channels in emerging economies. Institutional theory is incorporated to show that both positive and negative impacts on environmental sustainability can be predicted. A partner control framework and scales are then developed for use by managers and researchers in furthering their understanding of the effective management of global reverse logistic networks
Multinational corporations (MNCs) must find ways to protect the environments of emerging markets if they hope to maintain sustainable economic development (Ojah & …
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Publication information: Article title: Monitoring Reverse Logistics Programs: A Roadmap to Sustainable Development in Emerging Markets. Contributors: Richey, R. Glenn, Jr. - Author, Tokman, Mert - Author, Wright, Robert E. - Author, Harvey, Michael G. - Author. Journal title: Multinational Business Review. Volume: 13. Issue: 3 Publication date: Fall 2005. Page number: 41+. © St. Louis University, John Cook School of Business, Boeing Institute of International Business Fall 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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