SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT OF THAILAND SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE (SME).
The goal of this research develops a comprehensive SSCM driver practices performance model with a focus on antecedent and outcome effects, relating theoretical linkages between driving forces, SSCM practices and commensurate performance outcomes. Sustainable Procurement, Sustainable Design, Sustainable Distribution and Investment Recovery are the focal constructs in the theoretical model, with Organizational Environment Management as an antecedent and Environmental and Cost Performance as consequences Data was collected through survey questionnaires from 500 Thailand small and medium firms to investigate these linkages in an effort to address the knowledge gap. The, reliability, validity and goodness-of-fit of the research model were thoroughly assessed using widely accepted statistical tools. The test of posited hypotheses covering various SSCM drivers-practices-performance theoretical linkages. A Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) method was employed.