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Environmental Management Accounting and Supply Chain Management

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  • © 2011

Overview

  • Provides latest research in environmental management accounting; Addresses supply chain management issues which are of growing global significance;
  • Includes papers presented during the first EMAN global conference in South Africa in 2007 and the EMAN-EU conference held in Hungary 2008
  • Includes supplementary material: sn.pub/extras

Part of the book series: Eco-Efficiency in Industry and Science (ECOE, volume 27)

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This volume’s focus on the environmental accounting of supply chain processes is of particular relevance because these processes supply data about the environmental impact of relationships between business organisations, an area where the boundary separating internal and external accounting is ill-defined. Here, contributors advocate what they term ‘accounting for cooperation’ as a more environmentally positive complement to the paradigmatic practice of ‘accounting for competition’.

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Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Introduction and Structure

  2. Contemporary Issues

  3. Social Issues

Editors and Affiliations

  • University of South Australia, School of Commerce, Adelaide, Australia

    Roger Burritt

  • Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Centre for Sustainability Management (CS, Lüneburg, Germany

    Stefan Schaltegger

  • University of Gloucestershire, The Business School, Cheltenham, United Kingdom

    Martin Bennett

  • Aalto University, School of Science and Technology, Helsinki, Finland

    Tuula Pohjola

  • Corvinus University of Budapest, Institute for Environmental Sciences, Budapest, Hungary

    Maria Csutora

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