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Dr inż. Łukasz Marzantowicz
ORCID: 0000-0001-5353-8777

Assistant professor at the Department of Logistics at SGH Warsaw School of Economics. Lecturer at undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate studies. A specialist in the field of the logistics sphere optimization in an enterprise, implementation and management of logistics projects. A practitioner in the field of training, implementation and effectiveness of economic projects and logistics management. European Commission expert in Horizon 2020, business trainer, reviewer, promoter. Moreover, the author of opinions and expert opinions as well as many Polish and international publications. Manager or contractor of research projects in the field of supply chain management and logistics.

DOI: 10.33226/1231-7853.2021.3.1
JEL: D22, O35, Q01

The aim of the article is to present the development of bio-packaging supply chains as a market trend towards meeting the principles of the circular economy (CE) and the concept of research focused on it. The authors explain the need to undertake and constantly deepen cooperation of stakeholders in creating social innovations, necessary to design circular supply chains of bio-packaging to meet CE principles. They open the perspective of research on the conditions and significance of the development of biopackaging market and closed loop to contribute to the achievements of life sciences by presenting results and conclusions in the background of social sciences. The concept of their research has also application values, as it integrates stakeholders from private and public sectors in the pursuit of creating and implementing innovations.

Keywords: biopolymer; packaging; supply chain; circular economy; social innovation