Stanford Initiative for the Study of Supply Chain Responsibility (SISSCR)
A Forum initiative to explore the relationship between social, environmental and ethical practices and supply chain performance.
The goals of the SISSCR Consortium are to:
- Understand the realtionship between responsible practices and supply chain performance
- Explore the relationship between social and environmental practices and intellectual property protection
- Share insights with supply chain practitioners
SISSCR's activities have been generously funded by gifts from Microsoft and CREATe.org. We are seeking additional consortium members with an interest in advancing the state of the art in global supply chain responsibility.
contact Sonali Rammohan for more information.
Click here to access responsible supply chain (RSC) research conducted by Forum staff and Stanford researchers.
Dr. Hau L. Lee
Thoma Professor of Operations, Information and Technology
Director of the Stanford Global Supply Chain Management Forum
Director of the Strategies and Leadership in Supply Chains Executive Program
Faculty Director, Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (SEED)
Dr. Joshua Cohen
Marta Sutton Weeks Professor of Ethics in Society
Professor of Political Science, Philosophy, and Law
Member, Apple University faculty
Dr. Richard Locke
Director of the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University