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Packaging et chaîne logistique en boucle fermée : contribution au passage d’une économie linéaire à une économie circulaire.

Abstract : The strong relationship between the packaging and the other components of the product life cycle has been fully recognised since the beginning of the millennium. In the same manner, one observes a growing interest, particularly through the lens of sustainable development, in the role that packaging plays within complex supply chains, which is true for many industries. In line with these evolutions, this article adopts a fresh approach of packaging, by analysing its logistics functions vis-à-vis their capacity to promote the transformation of a linear economy into a circular one. The authors (1) carried out a study on the relevant theoretical framework and (2) proposed a research model related to a packaging scorecard that adopts a circular economy perspective, before (3) presenting first results of an empirical study targeting packaging industry experts.
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François Fulconis, Bernd Philipp. Packaging et chaîne logistique en boucle fermée : contribution au passage d’une économie linéaire à une économie circulaire.. Logistique & Management, Taylor & Francis, 2016, 24 (3/4), pp.186-198. ⟨10.1080/12507970.2016.1268936⟩. ⟨hal-01449111⟩

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