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Circular Business Models in the Manufacturing Industry, Insights from Small Open Economies, by Lina Dagilienė, Jurgita Bruneckienė, Viktorija Varaniūtė, Justina Banionienė - electronic bk

Summary
The book takes a multi-level perspective, focusing on circular business models by manufacturing industries in European small open economies. The book conceptualises circular business models and combines theoretical foundations with best practices when such models appeared in the textile, furniture, and plastics industries. It also explores barriers, drivers, challenges, and opportunities for leading manufacturing companies to implement circular activities across the value chain. This book offers a qualitative and transformative approach, spread across three different manufacturing industries, towards a circular transition. The findings will be of interest to practitioners and managers, policymakers, and general readers who are interested in the circular economy and environmental sustainability
Table Of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Transition to Circular Business Models -- Chapter 3. Circular Performance of Small Open Economies -- Chapter 4. Circular Patterns of Manufacturing Companies -- Chapter 5. Circular Transformation of the Textile Industry -- Chapter 6. Circular Transformation of the Furniture Industry -- Chapter 7. Circular Transformation of the Plastic Industry -- Chapter 8. Concluding Remarks and Insights.
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Edition
1st ed. 2023.
Physical Description
1 online resource (183 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9783031288098

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