Emerging Trends in Supply Chain Governance

@article{Bitran2006EmergingTI,
  title={Emerging Trends in Supply Chain Governance},
  author={G. Bitran and Suri Gurumurthi and Shiou Lin Sam},
  journal={ERN: Networks (Topic)},
  year={2006}
}
Motivated by the disintegration of supply networks observed in the automotive, textile and electronics industry, we discuss the impact of such phenomena on the network players. We hypothesize that the state of disintegration is not sustainable and will be followed by an eventual reintegration. We present evidence from a field study that was conducted to understand the impact of disintegration on original equipment manufacturers and on small and medium enterprises to support our hypothesis. We… Expand
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