Sustainable and resilient extractive and circular economies under uncertainty

Sustainable and resilient extractive and circular economies under uncertainty

Submission date: 28th February 2021

Guest editors

Associate Professor Larissa Statsenko, University of South Australia

Email: larissa.statsenko@unisa.edu.au

Associate Professor Nicholas Chileshe, University of South Australia

Email: nicholas.chileshe@unisa.edu.au

Dr Rebekka Volk, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) – The Research University in the Helmholtz Association

Email: rebekka.volk@kit.edu

Dr Peter Warrian, University of Toronto, Canada

Email: peterwarrian@sympatico.ca

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.

Key dates

Submission window opens: 1st September 2020

Submission closes: 28th February 2021

Submission details

All submissions must be made via Scholar One.

For more information, please see the author guidelines.

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