Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies (ISSN: 2315-5086) January 2017 Vol. 6(1), pp 010-017

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The Impact of Corporate Supply Chain Responsibility (CSCR) on Business Outcomes: Conceptual Framework and Research Propositions

Dr Eli Samuel Gonzalez-Trejo1, Prof Rosa ElenaMata-Martinez2, Prof Gloria Pedroza-Cantu3

1Universidad Autonóma de Nuevoleón

2Universidad Autónoma de Nuevoleón

2Universidad Autónoma de Nuevoleón

Accepted 20 December 2016


In the last decade, the research on corporate social responsibility (CSR) has increased significantly. An interesting extension of this stream of research is corporate supply chain responsibility (CSCR). CSCR is an ethical and responsible management approach that focuses on the improvement of all supply chain members by respecting all parties´ interests, promoting trust, building firm-supplier partnerships, and carefully using appropriate incentives.  In this study a conceptual model on the effect of CSCR practices on certain business outcomes such as quality, delivery time, information sharing and order flexibility will be presented. In addition, and based on this model, some interesting research propositions will be develop and some useful managerial implications will also be discussed. This study will help managers and other business actors to better understand how important is to develop long-term relationships with supply chain members, with special attention on providers.

Keywords: Corporate Business,  Supply Chain, Business social Responsibility

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