Sustainable Practices in the Supply Chain under the UN Global Compact perspective

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Bárbara Modesto da Silva
Denise Helena Lombardo Ferreira
Marcos Ricardo Rosa Georges

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to identify and anlyze the practices found in the supply chain in order to verify how the sustainable supply chains follow the guidelines proposed by the UN Global Compact. Using a systematic review of the literature, based on the Elsevier-Scopus database and a time-cut from 2013 to 2018, sustainable supply chain practices were analyzed under the UN Global Compact perspective. With the aim of analyzing researches from national and international publications, the following keywords were used: sustainable supply chain management (SSCM) and green supply chain management (GSCM). National and international papers were considered for this study within the period from 2013 to 2018. This time cut was essential because of the need to focus attention on recent and current publications. The practices were stratified according to the four pillars that underpin the ten principles of the UN Global Compact. We can observe significant results with respect to the Environment (72%), followed by Labor (15%), Human Rights (9%) and Anti-Corruption (3%) and their corresponding quantities.

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da Silva, B. M., Ferreira, D. H. L., & Georges, M. R. R. (2019). Sustainable Practices in the Supply Chain under the UN Global Compact perspective. International Journal of Innovation Education and Research, 7(2), 135-153. https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.Vol7.Iss2.1332
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Denise Helena Lombardo Ferreira, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas

Bacharelado em  Matemática, 1981, UNESP-Rio Claro-SP

Tecnológa em Saneamento, 1980, Unicamp-Limeira-SP

Mestre em Matemática Aplicada, 1986, Unicamp-Campinas-SP

Doutorado em Educação Matemática, 2003, Unesp-Rio Claro-SP

Professora Pesquisadora do Programa de Mestrado em Sustentabilidade, PUC-Campinas-SP

Marcos Ricardo Rosa Georges, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas

Bacharel em Matemática Aplicada e Computacional na modalidade Produção (1999). Unicamp-Campinas-SP

Mestre (2001) e doutor (2005) em Engenharia Mecânica na área de Materiais e Processos de Fabricação, Unicamp-Campinas-SP

Professor e Pesquisador do Programa de Mestrado em Sustentabilidade, PUC-Campinas-SP

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