Circular Economy and Sustainable Business Performance Management

Edited by
August 2023
344 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8543-7 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8542-0 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Circular Economy and Sustainable Business Performance Management that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities

Today, more than ever, the world needs to be considered a finite and limited system, characterised by scarce resources and as a place where restocking is not possible in an infinite way. As such, careful resource management needs to be planned and set by the concurrent actions of heterogeneous stakeholders, from policymakers up to academics and practitioners, to effectively implement the Circular Economy. This reprint highlights new opportunities and challenges for the Circular Economy and Sustainable Business Performance Management, focusing on technological advancements and management initiatives, including public-private partnerships between stakeholders.

  • Hardback
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circular economy; circular manufacturing; theoretical framework; information and data management; systematic literature review; industrial sustainability; circular economy; Industry 4.0; sustainability; circular economy; performance indicators; small and medium enterprises; new adopters; manufacturing sector; systematic literature review; sustainable entrepreneurial performance; dynamic capabilities; opportunity recognition; knowledge sharing behavior; innovative capacity; absorptive capacity; corporate performance; enterprise environmental-protection investment; industry competition; circular economy; industry/services strategies; manager/executive/technicians’ perceptions; circular economy; circular bioeconomy; floating treatment wetland; phytoremediation; tannery wastewater; tropical wetlands; Typha latifolia; circular economy innovation; business model innovation; government incentives; SMEs performance; digital servitization; digital technologies; digital supply chain; automotive industry; Industry 4.0; social network analysis; digitalization; small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs); Industry 4.0; topic modeling; latent dirichlet allocation (LDA); triple bottom line of sustainability; lean manufacturing; green manufacturing; competitive priorities; decision areas; sustainability; strategic business performance; organizational flexibility; high performance work system; manufacturing organizations; circular economy; readiness assessment; product lifecycle; manufacturing; KPI; developing country; nurture; product–service system; rebound effect; sustainability; dematerialisation; system dynamics; n/a