Trust, power, dependence, and economics: can SCM research borrow paradigms?

@article{Handfield2004TrustPD,
  title={Trust, power, dependence, and economics: can SCM research borrow paradigms?},
  author={R. Handfield and C. Bechtel},
  journal={International Journal of Integrated Supply Management},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={3-32}
}
With the inaugural issue of this new journal, researchers have an opportunity to publish in a journal that is entirely devoted to the new paradigm of supply chain management. With this development as a new field, some researchers argue that it is an extension, or in some cases, a subset of operations management. We contend that neither of these is the case. In fact, the field of SCM spans multiple interdisciplinary areas, and thus must draw from a vast field or prior research in business… Expand
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