Sustainable management of supply chains, accounting and employment in Africa and the emerging economies

13th June 2016

This workshop is funded by ESRC and co-hosted by the Supply Chain Accounting and Employment (SCA-Emp) Project Team and Africa Research Group The workshop includes the launch of the SCA-Emp diagnostic toolkit which aims to -Achieve financially sustainable supply chains through excellent employment practices, and also includes sessions for the presentation of research papers and discussion of research ideas.

Information on the SCA-EMP project group and Africa Research Group SCA-Emp Project This ESRC funded research project has been investigating accounting and HR practices in supply chains of manufacturing organisations in South Africa and Brazil. The aim of the project is to achieve academic outputs and research impact. Africa Research Group The Africa Research Group (ARG) is an international and interdisciplinary community of scholars interested in furthering the understanding of the management, organisational, socio-economic, investment, innovation, and entrepreneurial issues relevant to African countries. Programme You can download a copy of the day's agenda here. Click here to book your place.

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