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Reversible Supply Chain in function of competitiveness

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Does Supply Chain Analytics Enhance Supply Chain Innovation and Robustness Capability?

firm performance using big data analytics capability and business strategy alignment? International Journal of Production Economics, 182(1), 113-131, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpe.2016.08.018 Ambulkar, S., Blackhurst, J., & Grae, S. (2015). Firm’s resilience to supply chain disruptions: Scale development and empirical examination. Journal of Operations Management , 33-34, 111-122, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jom.2014.11.002 Barney, J. (1991). Firm Resources and Sustained Competitive Advantage. Journal of Management , 17(1), 99-120, https

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Model-Based Supply Chain Management

References H. Van Landeghem, H. Vanmaele, "Robust planning: a new paradigm for demand chain planning" in Journal of Operations Management , 20: 2002, pp. 769-783. H. Singh, "Next-generation Supply Chain Optimization". [Online]. Available: ttp://www.comm.pdx.edu/faculty/Sussman/sussmanpage.htm T. S. McLaren, M. Head, and Y. Yuan, "Supply Chain Management Information Systems Capabilities: An Exploratory Study of Electronics Manufacturers" in Information Systems and e

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Logistics and Supply Chain Management: An Overview

4. References Bowersox, D.J., Closs, D.J., Cooper, M.B., (2002), Supply chain logistics management, McGraw-Hill/Irwin Christopher, M., (2016), Logistics & supply chain management, Pearson Education, New York CSCMP, https://cscmp.org/CSCMP/Academia/SCM_Definitions_and_Glossary_of_Terms/CSCMP/Educate/SCM_Definitions_and_Glossary_of_Terms.aspx?hkey=60879588-f65f-4ab5-8c4b-6878815ef921 Globerson S., Wolbrum G., (2014), Logistics management and supply chain management: A critical evaluation, International Journal of Business and Economics Research

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Supply Chain Management in a Production Company

References Agrawal, P., Narain, R. (2018). Digital supply chain management: An Overview. IOP Conference Series Materials Science and Engineering, 455(1). DOI: 10.1088/1757-899X/455/1/012074 Barcik, R., Kubański, M. (2011). Współczesne trendy w zarządzaniu łańcuchem dostaw. Logistyka, 2, 55-66. British-American Tabacco (2019). Available on: http://www.bat.com.pl/ (accessed, 2019). Galbreth, M.R., Hill, J.A., Handley, S. (2008). An Investigation of the Value of Cross-Docking for Supply Chain Management. Journal of Business Logistics

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Using Smartphones in Supply Chains

References 1. Ashcroft J. (2010), Social Media in the Supply Chain , Supply Chain Management Summit, Proactive Supply Chain Strategies for 2010 and Beyond, 13-14 April 2010, Aberdeen Group, San Francisco, presentation. 2. Cellular-News (2008), Social Networking Sites Dominate Mobile Internet Access , http://www.cellular-news.com/story/31258.php?source=rss (date accessed: 26.03.2013). 3. Choi M., Park J., Jeong Y.-S. (2011), Mobile Cloud Computing Framework for a Pervasive and Ubiquitous Environment

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Automating Forward and Reverse Supply Chains in the Context of Industry 4.0

Electronic Commerce, Vol. 7. Cooper, M., Lambert, D., Pagh, J. D. (1997). Supply chain management: more than a new name for logistics. The International Journal of Logistics Management, 8(1), 1-9. Demirel, E., Demirel, N., Gökçen, H. (2014). A mixed integer linear programming model to optimize reverse logistics activities of end-of-life vehicles in Turkey. Journal of Cleaner Production. Fleischmann, M. (2001). Quantitative Models for Reverse Logistics. In: Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems. , p. 501. Geissbauer, R., Vedsø, J

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Supply Chain Management and Operational Performance in Nigeria: A Panel Regression Model Approach

REFERENCES Adebayo, I. T. (2012). Supply chain management (SCM) practices in Nigeria today: impact on SCM performance. European Journal of Business and Social Sciences, 1(6), 107-115. Agus, A. (2010). Supply chain management, process performance and business performance . Conference of the International Journal of Arts and Sciences, Rome, Italy, 22-25. Ali, O., & Güven, S. (2009). Supply chain management as a sustainable performance booster for the accommodation enterprises: evidence from North Cyprus tourism sector. International Journal of

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Overcoming SMEs Financing and Supply Chain Obstacles by Introducing Supply Chain Finance

., Lengton, M., & Rouwmaat, E. (2014). Innovative Business Models: Supply chain finance. Netherlands: Business Innovation Observatory; European Union. [9] ECB (2012a). The Euro Area Bank Lending Survey. [10] http://www.ecb.int/stats/money/surveys/lend/html/index.en.html [11] ECB (2012b). Survey on the access to finance of SMEs in the Euro area. [12] http://www.ecb.int/stats/money/surveys/sme/html/index.en.html [13] Guillen, G., Badell, M., & Puigjaner, L. (2007). A holistic framework for short-term supply chain management integrating

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Examining the Link between the Governance Mechanisms and Supply Chain Performance — an Empirical Study within the Triadic Context

Introduction Supply chain governance is perceived as a mechanism of coordination encompassing three distinct modes, namely, market, hierarchy and clan. A market mechanism involves the coordination mediated by a price mechanism, while a hierarchy concerns a supervisory structure to impose integration and apply bureaucratic routines, and a clan is anchored social capital which is a tacit resource attainable by individual actors through the networks of relationships. Apart from these three distinct modes, several studies increasingly investigate the issue of

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