This paper aims to propose a set of analytical categories and parameters to Michaelis (2003) theoretical model, in order to facilitate the role of business in sustainable consumption. For this, the theoretical essay form was used. Along this study we identified a set of theoretical categories (Eco-efficiency, Own Consumer Practices, Government Incentives, Supply Chain Links, Choice Edition, Corporate Citizenship, Responsible Marketing and Dialogue with Stakeholders), which together with the analysis criteria facilitates the analyses of the model. Therefore, the greatest contribution of this paper was to propose ways that can guide studies in sustainable consumption.
Silva, M. E., & Cândido, G. A. (2014). The Business contribution for sustainable consumption: A proposal of theoretical categories and analytical parameters. Revista Eletrônica de Ciência Administrativa, 13(1), 74–88. https://doi.org/10.21529/recadm.2014004