Ethical Supply Chain Management is study of universal values such as human rights, obeying a countryâs legal rules & regulations, concern for health and safety etc. in modern supply chains which encompasses a number of partnering firms. It becomes imperative to understand whether the focal firm which is responsible for designing and managing the supply network is able to establish responsibility and ethics in all relationships while structuring role, responsibility and rewards among partners while serving the ultimate customer. The book is based on empirical research conducted on Indian firms with such issues. The book analyses the data to arrive at a lucid perspective of practice in India.
About the Authors
N. Chandrasekaran, Ph.D, CSCP is Director, Centre for Logistics & SCM, LIBA, Chennai and & Vice President â Corporate Affairs, Take Solutions Ltd, Chennai. He has about 25 years corporate experience in areas relating to Strategic Management, Mergers and Acquisitions, Valuations, Corporate restructuring and Supply chain management. He has been an adjunct faculty with LIBA and teaches courses on Supply chain management, Services Operations and Strategy. He authored two text books and published a number of articles in the professional journals. email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
M Ramasubramaniam Ph.D. CSCP is an Assistant Professor with a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering and Masters Degree in Industrial engineering from Bharathiar University Coimbatore. He has a Doctorate in Operations Management from Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Science Bangalore. He has over 5 Years of teaching experience. He had earlier worked as an Operations Research consultant for Increv Solutions India Limited. He has published papers in International journals and participated in many conferences. He is at present attached to the TAKE-LIBA Centre of Excellence in Logistics & Supply Chain Management conducting courses in Operations Management, Computer Applications and Supply Chain Management. email@example.com
P. Maria Joseph Christie, S.J, M.Sc., M.B.A., Ph.D. is the Director of the Institute with long academic experience. Has presented research papers in several national and international conferences and has also published research articles in reputed management journals. Was a visiting Faculty member at several management institutes in India and abroad. He is a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma, the honour society for Collegiate Business Schools, USA. Fr. Christie, an approved Ph.D. guide, handles subjects in the area of Decision Sciences. firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Fernandes SJ, M.A. (Economics) and M.A. (Ethics) KU Leuven, Belgium, PGDM (XLRI), Ph.D. (Germany). After graduating from XLRI in 1986, he worked at XIM, Bhubaneswar from 1989 till 1993, in the capacity of administrator and financial controller. He had the opportunity to study at various places Mangalore, Ahmedabad, Patna, Ranchi, Pune and understand the richness of our Indian culture and thought. email@example.com