Integrating dynamic capability theory and resource-based view (RBV), this study offers a systematic analysis on antecedents and consequences of MNCs’ sustainable supply chain management (SuSCM), and proposes a conceptual research framework. Firstly, RBV asserts that dynamic capability and SuSCM can enhance SCM performance and competitive advantage. Secondly, according to dynamic capability theory, managers’ different ambidexterity may influence (moderate) the relationship between MNCs’ SuSCM and SCM performance. This study adopts Hierarchical Regression and Structural Equation Modeling to test the moderating effect and conceptual framework, and propose final model. This research gives some implications and suggestions for theoretical development and corporate sustainability.

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