How supply chain management can contribute to European integration?

Delfmann, Werner (2005) How supply chain management can contribute to European integration? Vezetéstudomány - Budapest Management Review, 36 (7-8). pp. 92-100. DOI

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The author wants to discuss how the dynamics of global value chains and the implementation of the concept of Supply Chain Management impact the process of European Integration. Not only the Economic Integration. He wants to explicate that and how this impact goes further into the domains of social and even cultural integration. While Value Chain research has a strong economic focus, including international trade and developing countries issues (Kaplinsky, 2004), Supply Chain Management, SCM is focused on the individual company level, vertical co-operation and corporate strategy. Both perspectives are inseparably intertwined. However, with the following reflections he wants to emphasise the inter-company perspective of SCM. In explicating the conceptual alternatives of SCM, SC Governance and their dynamics in a general way, he wants to lay the groundwork for the final conclusions regarding the potential impacts of SCM on European Integration.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:ellátási lánc, hatásvizsgálat, integráció, nemzetközi együttműködés
Subjects:Logistics, production management
International economics
ID Code:4446
Deposited By: Beáta Vasvár
Deposited On:10 Jan 2020 12:56
Last Modified:06 Sep 2021 11:51

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