•Less attention is paid to social aspects. Social issues have been especially problematic in developing nations, where abusive labor practices continue to negatively affect trading partners.•This research seeks to disambiguate supply chain social sustainability in developing nations by uncovering relevant dimensions of social sustainability and resultant outcomes.•Using semi-structured interview data collected from supply chain executives in Indian manufacturing companies, this research uncovers dimensions of social sustainability in terms of not only the focal firm, but also first-tier suppliers and customers.•Each of these dimensions is then associated to potential performance outcomes. The findings not only provide a baseline for future research, but help practitioners understand where to focus their attention to enhance social sustainability in their supply chains.
"Resources, Conservation and Recycling" – Elsevier
Published: Aug 1, 2016
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