Research topic: The Operational Efficiency of Non-governmental Organisation: from the Perspective of Extended Resource-based View
Research interests: Sustainable supply chain management and non-governmental organisations
Sujie Peng is now undertaking his PhD project titled "The Operational Efficiency of Non-governmental Organisation: from the Perspective of Extended Resource-based View". The aim of this project is to develop a set of indicators to measure the operational performance in social organisation (ie, NGO) in China.
Sujie Peng is a PhD student at the School for Business and Society. He holds a BA degree in business English from Jilin International Studies University and an MSc degree from Queen's University Belfast. Currently, his research topics are sustainable supply chain management, non-governmental organisation and civil society.
He is also a reviewer for some academic journals and holds memberships from European Operations Management Association (EurOMA) and Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT).
Peng, S., Jia, F. and Doherty, B., 2021. The role of NGOs in sustainable supply chain management: a social movement perspective. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal.
Jia, F., Peng, S., Green, J., Koh, L. and Chen, X., 2020. Soybean supply chain management and sustainability: A systematic literature review. Journal of Cleaner Production, 255, p.120254.
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