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Responsible consumption and production in corporate decision-making models using soft computation

Responsible consumption and production in corporate decision-making models using soft computation

This special issue addresses responsible consumption and production (RCP) in corporate decision-making models by examining soft computing methods, practices, and opportunities. The articles present and analyze the efforts towards RCP in decision-making model as well as the model building, customer perceptions and efficient environmental policies. This editorial note summarizes the discussions and tools related to RCP business practices understanding. A dominant finding is that the issues in corporate decision-making model are explored in different contexts under complex situations. Also soft computing tools will be able to navigate these complexities which require significant flexibility to deal with human decision making and environmental uncertainties.


Applying fuzzy interpretive structural modeling to evaluate responsible consumption and production under uncertainty,Assessing the efficiency of environmental regulations of large-scale enterprises based on extended fuzzy data envelopment analysis,Consumer value considerations and adoption of remanufactured products in closed-loop supply chains,Fuzzy DEMATEL-based green supply chain management performance: application in cement industry,Green product deletion decisions: an integrated sustainable production and consumption approach,Profit optimization of sustainable low-to-medium temperature waste heat recovering management,Responsible consumption and production in corporate decision-making models,Strategizing sustainability in e-commerce channels for additive manufacturing using Value-Focused Thinking and Fuzzy Cognitive Maps

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