Beatrice Kogg received her PhD in 2009. Her research interests include sustainable supply chain management, environmental and sustainability standards and certifications systems, product oriented environmental management, and product-oriented environmental policy. Beatrice is currently leading a research projects called “Sustainable procurement – to chose, influence and verify” which is part of a broader research programme called “Furthering markets of green and ethical products: the role of retailers” (2010-2013) funded by FORMAS. Previously Beatrice has participated in a range of research projects within the area of environmental supply chain management and product oriented environmental policy. For example a study for UNEP on Chemicals in Products and information systems for the provision of information regarding chemicals in products along the supply chain and throughout the product life cycle.
Furthering markets of green and ethical products: the role of retailers
In the project ”Furthering markets of green and ethical products: the role of retailers”, IIIEE researchers analyse the role of retailers in creating more sustainable food markets.
Retrieved from Lund University's publications database
- Power and incentives in environmental supply chain management
- Service transformation - managing a shift from business travel to virtual meetings
- Utvärdering av system för egendeklarationer av farliga kemiska ämnen i varor: Exempel från Byggsektorn och Textilindustrin
- Who creates the market for green products?