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Analysis of Dimensions of Green Supply Chain Using DEMATEL Method

Kunal Saurabh, Manish Gupta and Anuj Kumar Bhamriya

Abstract

Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) is where the SCM objective is fulfilled by giving preference to eco-friendly ways. Green practices in Supply Chain have capabilities to reduce environmental impact, increase environmental consciousness, to deal with the reduction in pollution, to eco-friendly product design, development, and production, to deliver products and services, to recycle and remanufacture things. The implementation of GSCM is governed by several dimensions, which need to be analyzed. This study identifies those dimensions using DEMATEL methodology and divides them into cause-and-effect nature. DEMATEL methodology also weighs the dimensions on their importance and their affecting weight on other dimensions. It ranks them on their importance based on cause-and-effect criteria which help in the prioritization of dimensions. This study also shed some light on why these dimensions need to be analyzed and what could be the most priorities dimension in the implementation of GSC sets and the DEMATEL Technique.

Published on: March 13, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s1-010
Citation: Saurabh K, Gupta M, Bhamriya AK. 2023. Analysis of Dimensions of Green Supply Chain Using DEMATEL Method. NanoWorld J 9(S1): S45-S49.

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