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A highly interesting book has been recently published, "Supply Chain Operations in the Arctic: Implications for Social Sustainability" The book is now available through Open Access

Explore the social impact of supply chain management on Arctic communities and discover responsible practices for a sustainable Arctic. Drawing on real-life case studies across diverse industries and Arctic regions, this book reveals the intricate dynamics between business interests, political ambitions, and social issues.


Key Topics:

  • Transportation and service delivery
  • Tourism supply chain intricacies
  • Social responsiveness initiatives
  • Fisheries adaptation to environmental concerns
  • Governance mechanisms like the Marine Stewardship Council
  • Healthcare delivery in remote Arctic communities
  • Climate-resilient carbon cycle strategies
  • Challenges and opportunities of Arctic shipping

Featuring Contributions from: 26 esteemed scholars from Norway, Finland, Russia, Iceland, Greenland (Denmark), the USA, Canada, Alaska (the USA), Türkiye, and Japan, this anthology delivers thirteen thematic chapters that offer readers a carefully curated collection of scholarly works.

Compiled and co-edited by:

  • Antonina Tsvetkova, Associate Professor at Molde University College,
  • Konstantin Timoshenko, Associate Professor at the University of South-Eastern Norway,
  • with a compelling foreword by Britta Gammelgaard, Professor at Copenhagen Business School.

Acclaimed by Eight Esteemed Academic Scholars

Whether you are a student, scholar, policymaker, business professional, or advocate for sustainability, you can discover timely and essential insights into the implementation of socially responsible policies within Arctic supply chains.

Click the link now to gain access, and perhaps you can transform your perspective on Arctic supply chain operations!

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