Chapter 1. An introduction to the sustainable consumption and production: transitioning into circular economy.- Chapter 2. From business models to modes of provision: framing sustainable consumption and production.- Chapter 3. Histories and futures of circular economy.- Chapter 4. Critical approaches to circular economy research: time, space, and evolution.- Chapter 5. Scope for circular economy model in urban agri-food value chains transformation.- Chapter 6. Taking animals out of meat: meat industries and the rise of meat alternatives.- Chapter 7. Agencing sustainable food consumers: integrating production, markets and consumption through a socio-material practice perspective.- Chapter 8. Tourism as (Un)sustainable production and consumption.- Chapter 9. Consumer practicing slow consumption: value construction in secondhand fashion markets.- Chapter 10. Translation(s) of circular fashion: production or consumption? - Chapter 11. A generous mindset spells the future for sustainable fashion.- Chapter 12. Towards circular economy: enhanced decision-making in circular manufacturing systems.- Chapter 12. Social sustainability from upstream: Important takeaways from DBL Group’s People programs in the Bangladeshi apparel supply chain.- Chapter 13. The Return on Sustainability Investment (ROSI): Monetizing financial benefits of sustainability actions in companies.- Chapter 14. To control or not control: a coordination perspective to scaling.
Ranjula Bali Swain is Visiting Professor and Research Director at Center for Sustainability Research (CSR) & Misum, Stockholm School of Economics and Professor of Economics, Södertörn University, Stockholm, Sweden. Her research focusses on sustainable development, environmental economics and development.
Susanne Sweet is Associate Professor and Research Director at Center for Sustainability Research, Stockholm School of Economics. Sweet’s research covers a broad range of topics on corporate sustainability and responsibility and she has for the past eight years been the research manager for a large cross disciplinary research program on circular fashion.