A Conceptual Model for Researching the Creation and Operation of Supply Networks

@inproceedings{Harland2004ACM,
  title={A Conceptual Model for Researching the Creation and Operation of Supply Networks},
  author={Christine Harland and Jurong Zheng and Thomas Johnsen and Richard Lamming},
  year={2004}
}
This paper presents a conceptual model for the creation and operation of supply networks. Existing conceptual research relating to interorganizational relationships and networks is reviewed in terms of its relevance to understanding supply networks; this research is drawn from the fields of strategic management, channel management, industrial marketing and purchasing, organizational behaviour and supply-chain management. The different perspectives each field has on networks are highlighted… CONTINUE READING

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