Submission date: 28th February 2021
Associate Professor Larissa Statsenko, University of South Australia
Associate Professor Nicholas Chileshe, University of South Australia
Dr Rebekka Volk, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) – The Research University in the Helmholtz Association
Dr Peter Warrian, University of Toronto, Canada
Indicative list of anticipated themes
Papers are sought from different perspectives focusing on conceptual issues and empirical studies, which could revolve around (but are not limited to), the following themes:
- Sustainable supply chains: material, component and systems performance (recycling & circular economy), reverse logistics supply chain management (RLSCM), closed-loop supply chains, advanced waste management practices and management, sustainability criteria, indicators, measurement and practices.
- Industry 4.0 and supply chain digitalisation: application Industry 4.0 technologies in operations, project delivery systems, mining operations and construction site logistics.
- Resilient supply chains and project delivery systems: end-to-end supply chain visibility and illumination, supply network modeling, supply chain collaborative practices and culture, risk management, frameworks for systemic and cascading risks.
- Organizational management, research methodologies and systemic innovations: sociopolitical, legal and regulatory, technological, market, and cultural enablers for transformative changes in extractive and construction sectors; leadership and management; stakeholder engagement.
- Case studies: application of organizational, legal and regulatory, and managerial frameworks to facilitate transformative changes and systemic innovations in extractive and construction sectors.
Submission window opens: 1st September 2020
Submission closes: 28th February 2021
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