Jubin Jacob-John

Jubin Jacob-John
La Trobe University · Department of Management

Master of Engineering; MBA

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In light of the significance of Food Supply Chains (FSCs) in attaining the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a greater focus on synergistic interactions between these SDGs is called for. Although there is research within this area, the impact on the interactions of responsible consumption and production for supply chains is e...
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Flipped classroom approaches have increasingly been adopted in the Australian higher education sector. However, current research on this approach is predominantly quantitative and focused on domestic students. Little is known about the flipped classroom learning experiences of undergraduate international students in Australia. This paper sets out t...
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Responsibility is a critical element of today’s business. This responsibility transcends the fiscal element of sustainability and encompasses societal and environmental elements. However, through several ethical fiascos in the modern-day supply chain, the impact of irresponsible behaviour has been evidenced many a time. This chapter focuses on the...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore undergraduate international students’ experiences in a flipped classroom environment in an Australian university. Design/methodology/approach In total, 32 in-depth interviews were conducted with undergraduate international students at one Australian university by three researchers. Findings The lear...
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Increasing operational and logistical costs, lower yields, and market barriers adversely impact the competitiveness of organic farmers in developing countries. While agricultural cooperatives have recently gained significant popularity in organic food supply chains (OFSCs), there remains a considerable degree of skepticism regarding their contribut...
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The purpose of the paper is to shed light on the extent to which environmental management systems such as ISO 14000 standards influence marketing efforts. By examining firms who prefer ISO 14000 standards against those who do not, this research provides a platform for understanding their significance when applied to marketing and seeks to improve e...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore the sharing of sustainability and social responsibility-centric values along the export-oriented organic dry food supply chain (ODFSC) using an institutional lens. Design/methodology/approach To understand the perceptions of the shared ethos of the organic food industry along the entire supply chai...
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Fairness among supply chain actors is imperative for long term and effective inter-organizational relationships. Due to operational issues within a fresh produce supply chain involving many small and medium players, the coordination and communication will be inefficient. This results in perceptions of unfair behaviour and results in strained supply...
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With the advent of globalization, and the corresponding decrease in the number of barriers to international commerce, trade in the food industry spanned national and international boundaries. This phenomenal development has resulted in a plethora of food related contamination scandals. With the increasing complexity within the supply chain networks...

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The aim is to explore international students' learning experiences in a blended learning environment