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AN INTERPRETATIVE STRUCTURAL MODEL ON EFFECTIVE FACTORS OF THE SUPPLIERS’ SELECTION BASED ON CSR

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 Start Page 45 | End Page 70

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 Nowadays many organizations involved in environmental, social and economic concerns and measure supplier performance on the fields; including the effect that "CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY" could have on the suppliers’ selection. The aim of this study is determine of a model to selection of suppliers based on CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY. By a review of research literature and obtaining the opinion of experts, the issues were identified in the 5 dimensions (organizational commitment, employee, commitment to society and citizenship, moral commitments, environmental commitments) and 17 indicators. Then the matrix structured questionnaire was developed to determine the intermediate relationship of these indicators. Questionnaire's obtained data analyses using ISM so it was traced 6 levels in an interactive network that indicator "focus on sustainable development" was at the highest level. Also, influence and dependence of the indicators relative to each other on the matrix influence-dependence was evaluated. The most influential indicator in the matrix influence-dependence is "Providing relevant training in CSR to the suppliers”; so the implementation of CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY in the selection of suppliers depends on their training and to be with this attitude, long-term plans would be design on the basis of social responsibility training specifically for suppliers.

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