A Survey of Privacy-Aware Supply Chain Collaboration: From Theory to Applications

  title={A Survey of Privacy-Aware Supply Chain Collaboration: From Theory to Applications},
  author={Yuan Hong and Jaideep Vaidya and Shengbin Wang},
  journal={J. Inf. Syst.},
ABSTRACT: In the contemporary information era, the ubiquitous collection of data from different parties frequently accommodates significant mutual benefits to the involved participants. However, data is a double-bladed sword. Inappropriate access or use of data by the recipients may pose serious privacy issues that explicitly harm the data owners. In the past decade, swiftly increasing privacy concerns arise in many business processes such as supply chain management. How to protect the private… 

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