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                  【學術通知】新加坡南洋理工大學南洋商滚球什么意思陳建銘副教授:How customers' environmental practices affect the sales benefits of suppliers' environmental practices
                  發佈日期:2019-06-05 點擊數:


                  演講主題: How customers' environmental practices affect the sales benefits of suppliers' environmental practices

                  主 講 人: 陳建銘 ,新加坡南洋理工大學南洋商滚球什么意思副教授

                  主 持 人: 李建斌 ,生產運作與物流管理系教授

                  活動時間: 2019年6月11日(週二)14:30-16:30

                  活動地點: 滚球体育app402


                  Chen Chien-Ming is an Associate Professor at Nanyang Business School (NBS) of Nanyang Technological University inSingapore. He obtained his PhD from Rotterdam School of Management,Erasmus University in 2009. Prior to his position at NBS, he was a postdoctoralscholar and lecturer at the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability. His current research interests include empirical reteach in the broad area of corporate environmental and social responsibility in a supply chain, organizational productivity, and operations & supply-chain strategies.

                  He is currently a member of Editorial Review Board of Production and Operations Management. He also serves on behalf of NBS as the board member of Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability (ARCS). He was an academic follow of the Asian Consumer Institute (ACI) in Singapore and the Associate Editor of Omega,International Journal of Management Science.His research has been published in leading journals including Journal of Operations Management, Operations Research, Production and Operations Management, and Strategic Management Journal, among others.


                  This article examines whether a supplier's sales from a customer depends on the supplier's engagement in pro-environmental practices (PEPs), and how this relationship is moderated by the customer's PEP level. This article synthesizes findings from several streams of literature including corporate environmental management, supply chain management, and contingency theory. We hypothesize that (1) a supplier gets greater sales benefits from its PEPs when the (corporate) customer's PEP level is higher, and (2) a supplier gets higher sales from a customer when the supplier's PEP level aligns with the customer's PEP level. We use data from public U.S. manufacturing firms and their key customers between 2006 and 2016 to verify our research hypotheses.