A natural-resource-based perspective of SSCM in the Scottish food sector

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Building upon a review of the Scottish food sector, the need for improvements in sustainability is evidenced. An exploration of these issues in literature leads to the natural resource-based view (NRBV) of the firm (Hart, 1995) which in promoting competitive and sustainable strategies via several innovative strategies resonates with modern business. However in spite of its significance and positive academic support the NRBV falls victim to a twenty year theory-practice gap, limiting its value to the Scottish food sector. Offering some resolve are synergies between NRBV and SSCM strategies, which along with SSCM’s prominent position in industry imply some potential in the practical realisation of the NRBV. Adopting a qualitative methodological approach by means of literature and industry reviews and multiple case studies, this paper proposes a study assessing the value of a natural-resource-based perspective of SSCM in the Scottish food sector in an attempt to overcome the theory-practice gap and answer industry calls for competitive sustainability
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - 29 Mar 2015
Event24th Annual IPSERA conference - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Duration: 29 Mar 20151 Apr 2015
http://www.ipsera2015.com/

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Conference24th Annual IPSERA conference
Abbreviated titleIPSERA 2015
CountryNetherlands
CityAmsterdam
Period29/03/151/04/15
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Resource-based perspective
Natural resources
Food sector
Resource-based view
Industry
Practice theory
Sustainability
Innovative strategies
Synergy
Resource-based view of the firm
Multiple case study

Keywords

  • Scottish food sector
  • sustainability
  • natural-resource-based view
  • NRBV
  • SSCM

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Mcdougall, N. (2015). A natural-resource-based perspective of SSCM in the Scottish food sector. Paper presented at 24th Annual IPSERA conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Mcdougall, Natalie. / A natural-resource-based perspective of SSCM in the Scottish food sector. Paper presented at 24th Annual IPSERA conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.20 p.
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