Social Sustainability in Supply Chain Management

Dafne Oliveira Carlos de Morais, José Carlos Barbieri


Considering the historical predominance of environmental issues within the context of sustainability, social issues are under-represented. This also applies for Sustainable Supply Chain Management. The research field still advances disproportionately on environmental and economic dimensions, front of the social dimension. This study aims to analyze how focal firms adopts and extends social sustainability and into its supply chain. To guide this understanding, the study is based on the concepts of social issues and governance mechanisms and presents the elements discussed in the area literature. A framework for social sustainability adoption and management into supply chains is presented, considering three guiding theories: Stakeholder Theory, Behavioral Theory and Contingency Theory.

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Revista Ciências Administrativas, Fortaleza - Ceará- Brasil – E-ISSN: 2318-0722

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