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Supply chain management: an analytical framework for critical literature review
There can be little dispute that supply chain management is an area of importance in the "eld of management research, yet there have been few literature reviews on this topic (Bechtel and Mulumudi,Expand
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Supply chain sustainability: A risk management approach
This paper develops an operational perspective of supply chain sustainability, by considering it as a risk management process. It explores the nature of sustainability-related supply chain risks,Expand
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A multi-agent based framework for supply chain risk management
Abstract The high level of complexity of supply chains and the inherent risks that exist in both the demand and supply of resources – especially in economic downturns – are recognized as majorExpand
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Performance measurement of supplier relationships
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to develop an analytical model for assessing the performance of supplier relationships (SRs). The majority of performance measurement models incorporate hardExpand
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Toward the Development of a Supply Chain Management Paradigm: A Conceptual Framework
SUMMARY This article provides a structured analysis for conceptual and theoretical developments in the field of supply chain management. The article proposes a conceptualization of the supply chainExpand
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Management of service supply chains with a service‐oriented reference model: the case of management consulting
Purpose – This paper aims to explore the utility of the manufacturing biased supply chain operations reference (SCOR) tool in services and develops a reference model for use in serviceExpand
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Facilitating learning and knowledge transfer through supplier development
Purpose – This paper aims to explore how supplier development programmes can be adapted to create value for organisations through generation and transfer of knowledge between supply chainExpand
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The intellectual structure of the supply chain management discipline: A citation and social network analysis
  • M. Giannakis
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • J. Enterp. Inf. Manag.
  • 10 February 2012
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This paper investigates the way in which the intellectual structure of the SCM discipline has been shaped over the last 20 years by analysing a network of eminent journals. Expand
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The Chinese paradigm of global supplier relationships: Social control, formal interactions and the mediating role of culture
This paper reports the results of a study that examined how firms can establish successful business relationships with Chinese suppliers. Its aim is to explore salient characteristics of the natureExpand
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An examination of a modular supply chain: a construction sector perspective
Purpose: This paper aims to present research which explores the application of modular practices and principles within a construction sector supply chain to demonstrate the degree to which supplyExpand
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