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THE IMPACT OF SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERSHIP AND FOLLOWERSHIP ON CSR: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ABOUT A PORTUGUESE ENERGY SUPPLIER

Pedro Fontoura, Arnaldo Coelho

Sustainability is a theme that has gained interest among researchers and practitioners due to the increase of stakeholder awareness regarding environmental and social issues. In this context, the purchasing power of a company may turn out to be an important booster to bring positive changes to society. Corporations have to use this power to accomplish a goal and turn their supply chain in a driver for inclusive growth (Szegedi & Kerekes, 2012). Consequently, businesses have become conscious of the requirement of developing strategies, which can spread their usual corporate governance methods beyond the company’s borderline to their supply chain partners. According to Keating, Quazi and Kriz (2007), the appearance of purchasing approaches in favour of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the most noticeable display of this extension.
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