1: List of Reviewers.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
2: Section I: Life Cycle Assessment: Concept and Practice.
Chapter I: Life Cycle Design, Planning, and Assessment.
Chapter II: Industrial Metabolism: Materials and Energy Flow Studies.
Chapter III: Sustainability Constraints as System Boundaries: Introductory Steps Toward Strategic Life-Cycle Management.
Chapter IV: Environmental Criteria in a MCDM Context.
Chapter V: Sustainable Electronic Product Design: A Comparison of Environmental Performance Assessment Tools Derived from Life Cycle Thinking.
Chapter VI: From Cleaner Production to Greening the Local Economy: A Case Study of Two European Programs Enhancing SMEs Competitiveness Through Environmental Approaches.
3: Section II: Demand and Service Chain Management.
Chapter VII: Does Trust Foster Sustainability?: Results from a Management Simulation Game.
Chapter VIII: Identifying and Clustering of Target Customers of Green Products.
Chapter IX: Application of Fuzzy Analytic Network Process and Fuzzy TOPSIS to the Undesirable Location Selection Problem.
Chapter X: Sustainable Product Service Systems: Potential to Deliver Business and Social Benefits with Less Resource Use.
Chapter XI: Strategic Decisions for Green Electricity Marketing: Learning from Past Experiences.
4: Section III: Supply Chain and Logistics Management.
Chapter XII: Modeling of Green Supply Chain Logistics.
Chapter XIII: Reverse Supply Chain Design: A Neural Network Approach.
Chapter XIV: System Dynamics Modeling for Strategic Management of Green Supply Chain.
Chapter XV A Vehicle Routing and Scheduling Model for a Distribution Center.
Chapter XVI: A Data Envelopment Analysis Approach for Household Appliances and Automobile Recycling.
5: Section IV: Web-Based Management Technology.
Chapter XVII: Green Product Retrieval and Recommendations System.
Chapter XVIII: Applying Web-Based Collaborative Decision-Making in Reverse Logistics: The Case of Mobile Phones.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.