Stringent customer environmental requirements and firm's environmental performance evidence from Bangladesh readymade garment industry

Shumon, M and Shumon, M 2017, 'Stringent customer environmental requirements and firm's environmental performance evidence from Bangladesh readymade garment industry', in 31st ANZAM Conference, Melbourne, 4-7 Dec 2017, pp. 1-18.


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Title Stringent customer environmental requirements and firm's environmental performance evidence from Bangladesh readymade garment industry
Author(s) Shumon, M
Shumon, M
Year 2017
Conference name 31st ANZAM Conference
Conference location Melbourne
Conference dates 4-7 Dec 2017
Proceedings title 31st ANZAM Conference
Publisher ANZAM
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Start page 1
End page 18
Total pages 18
Abstract While it is usual for supplier organizations to address their customer requirements however, literature suggests that due to various reasons these requirements become complex and difficult to address. Drawing on transaction cost theory and based on six case studies this research not only introduce a novel concept of 'stringent customer environmental requirements' but also investigates how these stringent requirements impact suppliers environmental performance. Result shows that there are number of prominent factors that drive environmental requirements to become stringent. Findings also suggest that stringent requirements impact environmental performance of supplier organizations through firm's internal capability development. This research provides a framework for researchers and managers to deal with unpredictable changes in environmental requirements and to achieve their desired environmental performance.
Subjects Logistics and Supply Chain Management
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