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研究生:明成
研究生(外文):MUNIR BASAR PALAMUTCUOGULLARI
論文名稱:Establishing Sustainable Production Through Closed-Loop Supply Chains: A Comprehensive Analysis of a Concept Based on the Circular Economy
論文名稱(外文):Establishing Sustainable Production Through Closed-Loop Supply Chains: A Comprehensive Analysis of a Concept Based on the Circular Economy
指導教授:張嘉華
指導教授(外文):CHANG, CHIA-HUA
口試委員:張嘉華王惠嘉黃宇翔
口試委員(外文):CHANG, CHIA-HUAWANG, HEI-CHIAHUANG, YEU-SHIANG
口試日期:2020-07-16
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:南臺科技大學
系所名稱:全球經營管理碩士班
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:其他商業及管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2020
畢業學年度:108
語文別:英文
論文頁數:124
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The concept of circular economy and existing business models that have associated themselves with the latter in any of kind of way have been evolving in the last decade. Its strong surge isn’t necessarily related to new economic trends, but rather to the changing foundations of the world’s economic systems as a result of miscellaneous types of problematic topics such as climate change and depletion of natural resources. Initially, the fundamentals and concepts of the circular economy are provided through a comprehensive literature review. Moreover, within the literature review, topics relating to closed-loop supply chains are depicted to deliver detailed content about what these concepts are capable of and how manufacturing businesses stand to benefit by adopting them along their respective supply chain networks. Subsequently, one particular case study with primary empirical data is analyzed, which depicts a reliable example of how a specific additive manufacturing-oriented company has managed to fully incorporate a closed-loop supply chain to grow its business within the broad spectrum of the circular economy. The findings suggest that closed-loop production systems and supply chain networks can be successfully embedded through well-designed endeavors to achieve advanced business practices and less environmental impacts. Depending on the circumstances in the working environment such as investment opportunities, competition, changing customer demands, financial stability, political pressure, and other similar factors the process of incorporation can be accelerated. Especially, the findings from the case study indicates that applicable production technologies such as additive manufacturing, which is recycling and other value recovery solution compatible, can offer the right production mechanisms that are well aligned to the functionality requirements of closed-loop supply chains. Both the evidence depicts that innovative solutions such as the ones relating to additive manufacturing have the potential to be leveraged in a closed loop material flow to offer a more plausible equilibrium between business and economic growth and environmental sustainability.
The concept of circular economy and existing business models that have associated themselves with the latter in any of kind of way have been evolving in the last decade. Its strong surge isn’t necessarily related to new economic trends, but rather to the changing foundations of the world’s economic systems as a result of miscellaneous types of problematic topics such as climate change and depletion of natural resources. Initially, the fundamentals and concepts of the circular economy are provided through a comprehensive literature review. Moreover, within the literature review, topics relating to closed-loop supply chains are depicted to deliver detailed content about what these concepts are capable of and how manufacturing businesses stand to benefit by adopting them along their respective supply chain networks. Subsequently, one particular case study with primary empirical data is analyzed, which depicts a reliable example of how a specific additive manufacturing-oriented company has managed to fully incorporate a closed-loop supply chain to grow its business within the broad spectrum of the circular economy. The findings suggest that closed-loop production systems and supply chain networks can be successfully embedded through well-designed endeavors to achieve advanced business practices and less environmental impacts. Depending on the circumstances in the working environment such as investment opportunities, competition, changing customer demands, financial stability, political pressure, and other similar factors the process of incorporation can be accelerated. Especially, the findings from the case study indicates that applicable production technologies such as additive manufacturing, which is recycling and other value recovery solution compatible, can offer the right production mechanisms that are well aligned to the functionality requirements of closed-loop supply chains. Both the evidence depicts that innovative solutions such as the ones relating to additive manufacturing have the potential to be leveraged in a closed loop material flow to offer a more plausible equilibrium between business and economic growth and environmental sustainability.
ABSTRACT ................................................................................... i
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS .................................................................................. ii
LIST OF FIGURES ................................................................................... v
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
.................................................................................. vi
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION ................................................................................... 1
1.1. Motivation ................................................................................... 1
1.2. Research Process ................................................................................... 3
1.3. Research Objective & Question ................................................................................... 4
CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW ................................................................................... 5
2.1. Research Method & Materials ................................................................................... 5
2.2. The Circular Economy ................................................................................... 6
2.2.1. Definition of the Circular Economy ................................................................................... 6
2.2.2. Global Importance ................................................................................... 9
2.2.3. Origins .................................................................................. 10
2.2.4. Circular Economy’s Categories .................................................................................. 13
2.2.5. Circular Economy’s Role .................................................................................. 14
2.2.6. CE’s Impact Assessed at Different Levels .................................................................................. 18
2.2.7. Criticism on the Circular Economy .................................................................................. 29
2.3. Closed-Loop Supply Chains .................................................................................. 33
2.3.1. The Structure and Fundamentals of the CLSC
.................................................................................. 34
2.3.2. CLSC’s Supportive Practices
.................................................................................. 36
2.3.3. CLSC Processes in Detail .................................................................................. 39
2.3.4. Requirements for Enabling CLSCs .................................................................................. 42
2.3.5. The Business Perception on CLSCs .................................................................................. 44
2.3.6. Business Complications Concerning CLSCs .................................................................................. 46
2.3.7. Business Benefits Concerning CLSCs .................................................................................. 48
2.3.8. CLSC Design and Management .................................................................................. 51
2.3.9. Nike’s CLSC
.................................................................................. 54
CHAPTER 3: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY .................................................................................. 59
3.1. Case Study Design .................................................................................. 60
3.1.1. Company Profiling .................................................................................. 61
3.1.2. Selection of Interviewees .................................................................................. 62
3.1.3. Interview Procedures .................................................................................. 62
3.1.4. Analysis Procedure .................................................................................. 63
CHAPTER 4: DATA ANALYSIS & RESULTS .................................................................................. 64
4.1. Interview Protocol .................................................................................. 65
4.2. Interview Procedure & Insights .................................................................................. 66
4.3. Analysis of Interviews & Core Insights .................................................................................. 67
4.3.1. CE Meaning .................................................................................. 68
4.3.2. Integration Process .................................................................................. 69
4.3.3. Production .................................................................................. 70
4.3.4. Product Design .................................................................................. 71
4.3.5. CLSC Structure .................................................................................. 72
4.3.6. CLSC Internationality .................................................................................. 74
4.3.7. Material Flows
.................................................................................. 74
4.3.8. Output .................................................................................. 75
4.3.9. Business Resources .................................................................................. 76
4.3.10. CLSC Process .................................................................................. 76
4.3.11. CLSC Potential .................................................................................. 80
4.3.12. CLSC Suitability .................................................................................. 82
4.3.13. CLSC Incorporation .................................................................................. 83
4.4. Fundamental Takeaways .................................................................................. 83
4.4.1. Additive Manufacturing .................................................................................. 84
4.5. Conclusion of the Case Study .................................................................................. 85
4.6. Reflection on the Research Process .................................................................................. 86
CHAPTER 5: CONCLUSION & DISCUSSION .................................................................................. 87
5.1. Discussion .................................................................................. 87
5.2. Conclusion .................................................................................. 88
REFERENCES .................................................................................. 89
APPENDIX
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