Supporting regional food supply chains with an E-commerce application

Sherah Kurnia, Md Mahbubur Rahim, Serenity Hill, Kirsten Larsen, Patrice Braun, Danny Samson, Prakash J. Singh

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Abstract

In recent years, sustainability has become an important issue for businesses and the broader society (Porter and Kramer 2011). An increasing number of organizations have endeavored to improve their business operations within their organization and supply chains to enable them to achieve economic, environmental, and social benefits, which is known as the Triple Bottom Line (TBL) (Elkington 1997). Various sustainability initiatives introduced are based on the sustainable development principle (Brundtland 1987) that encourages the fulfillment of the needs of the current generation without compromising the ability of the future generations to meet their needs.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSocial Inclusion and Usability of ICT-Enabled Services
EditorsJyoti Choudrie, Panayiota Tsatsou, Sherah Kurnia
Place of PublicationNew York NY USA
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Chapter10
Pages209-228
Number of pages20
ISBN (Electronic)9781317387800
ISBN (Print)9781138935556
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Cite this

Kurnia, S., Rahim, M. M., Hill, S., Larsen, K., Braun, P., Samson, D., & Singh, P. J. (2018). Supporting regional food supply chains with an E-commerce application. In J. Choudrie, P. Tsatsou, & S. Kurnia (Eds.), Social Inclusion and Usability of ICT-Enabled Services (pp. 209-228). New York NY USA: Taylor & Francis.
Kurnia, Sherah ; Rahim, Md Mahbubur ; Hill, Serenity ; Larsen, Kirsten ; Braun, Patrice ; Samson, Danny ; Singh, Prakash J. / Supporting regional food supply chains with an E-commerce application. Social Inclusion and Usability of ICT-Enabled Services. editor / Jyoti Choudrie ; Panayiota Tsatsou ; Sherah Kurnia. New York NY USA : Taylor & Francis, 2018. pp. 209-228
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Kurnia, S, Rahim, MM, Hill, S, Larsen, K, Braun, P, Samson, D & Singh, PJ 2018, Supporting regional food supply chains with an E-commerce application. in J Choudrie, P Tsatsou & S Kurnia (eds), Social Inclusion and Usability of ICT-Enabled Services. Taylor & Francis, New York NY USA, pp. 209-228.

Supporting regional food supply chains with an E-commerce application. / Kurnia, Sherah; Rahim, Md Mahbubur; Hill, Serenity; Larsen, Kirsten; Braun, Patrice; Samson, Danny; Singh, Prakash J.

Social Inclusion and Usability of ICT-Enabled Services. ed. / Jyoti Choudrie; Panayiota Tsatsou; Sherah Kurnia. New York NY USA : Taylor & Francis, 2018. p. 209-228.

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