Management & Sustainability: An Arab Review: Volume 1 Issue 1


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Sustainability management research in the Arab world: a citation-based systematic literature review

Nisar Ahmad, Hamza Smajić, Ramo Palalic, Said Al-Riyami

This paper presents a citation-based systematic literature review in the field of sustainability management for Arab countries. The aim is to assist potential researchers…

A tertiary review of corporate social responsibility (CSR) research: lessons for the Arab region

Tahniyath Fatima, Said Elbanna

Although corporate social responsibility (CSR) literature has been under research since its advent in the 1950s, scholars have only recently begun to examine the overly…

Viable system model: a tool for managing sustainable development holistically

Iffat Sabir Chaudhry

United Arab Emirates’ (UAEs) commitment to sustainable development is well reflected in its Vision-2021, 2030 and the Green Economy Strategy for Sustainable Development…

An empirical assessment of the sustainable development goals compass based on consumer sentiment

Yasmin Anwar Abdou, Noha El-Bassiouny, Florian Becker-Ritterspach

This research aims to provide an empirical assessment of consumer sentiment towards corporate sustainability practices in the context of developing countries, specifically Egypt.

Social sustainability in the supply chain: a literature review of the adoption, approaches and (un)intended outcomes

Mohammad Alghababsheh, David Gallear

The concept of sustainable supply chain management (SSCM) integrates the environmental and social sustainability dimensions into the management of supply chains. However…

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  • Prof. Dr. Noha El-Bassiouny
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