New book: Supply Chain Operations in the Arctic: Implications for Social Sustainability

The book „Supply Chain Operations in the Arctic: Implications for Social Sustainability" has been published. The book provides insights into the Arctic through the lens of supply chain management and operations.

Editors are dr. Antonina Tsvetkova, Associate Professor in Supply Chain Management at Molde University College, and dr. Konstantin Timoshenko, Associate Professor in Business Economics in the School of Business at the University of South-Eastern Norway.

The book features 13 chapters by 26 scholars worldwide. One chapter of the book deals with social sustainability and tourism supply chain from a residents' perspective, authored by Guðrún Helgadóttir, Doris Effah-Kesse, Eyrún Jenný Bjarnadóttir, Georgette Leah Burns and Guðrún Þóra Gunnarsdóttir. The chapter is the result of the research group’s collaboration on the social impact of tourism and is based on the results of research conducted by The Icelandic Tourism Research Centre for the Icelandic Tourist Board on the attitudes of residents towards tourism and tourism in Iceland.

The book is published by Routledge.