The effects of different supply chain integration strategies under disruptions: A simulation study

Quan Zhu, Harold Krikke, M.C.J. Caniels

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Abstract

Complex and tightly coupled supply chains are more vulnerable to disruptions. To
alleviate the harmful impacts, supply chain integration (SCI) has been highlighted
by recent literatures. However, such literatures primarily focus on a general or
mixed view of SCI rather than separately looking at SCI strategies with different
dimensional focuses. Therefore, we are motivated to investigate the dynamics of
SCI strategies with different dimensional focuses, test the evolutionary
perspective of SCI, and provide target suggestions for supply chains using
different SCI strategies in the context of disruption recovery. The research plan is
presented.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 20th International Symposium on Logistics (ISL 2015)
Subtitle of host publicationReflections on Supply Chain Research and Practice
EditorsK.S. Pawar, H. Rogers, E. Ferrari
Place of PublicationBologna
Pages26-33
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Event20th International Symposium on Logistics - Bologna, Italy
Duration: 5 Jul 20158 Jul 2015

Conference

Conference20th International Symposium on Logistics
CountryItaly
CityBologna
Period5/07/158/07/15

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Zhu, Q., Krikke, H., & Caniels, M. C. J. (2015). The effects of different supply chain integration strategies under disruptions: A simulation study. In K. S. Pawar, H. Rogers, & E. Ferrari (Eds.), Proceedings of the 20th International Symposium on Logistics (ISL 2015): Reflections on Supply Chain Research and Practice (pp. 26-33). Bologna.
Zhu, Quan ; Krikke, Harold ; Caniels, M.C.J. / The effects of different supply chain integration strategies under disruptions : A simulation study. Proceedings of the 20th International Symposium on Logistics (ISL 2015): Reflections on Supply Chain Research and Practice. editor / K.S. Pawar ; H. Rogers ; E. Ferrari. Bologna, 2015. pp. 26-33
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Zhu, Q, Krikke, H & Caniels, MCJ 2015, The effects of different supply chain integration strategies under disruptions: A simulation study. in KS Pawar, H Rogers & E Ferrari (eds), Proceedings of the 20th International Symposium on Logistics (ISL 2015): Reflections on Supply Chain Research and Practice. Bologna, pp. 26-33, 20th International Symposium on Logistics, Bologna, Italy, 5/07/15.

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Proceedings of the 20th International Symposium on Logistics (ISL 2015): Reflections on Supply Chain Research and Practice. ed. / K.S. Pawar; H. Rogers; E. Ferrari. Bologna, 2015. p. 26-33.

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Zhu Q, Krikke H, Caniels MCJ. The effects of different supply chain integration strategies under disruptions: A simulation study. In Pawar KS, Rogers H, Ferrari E, editors, Proceedings of the 20th International Symposium on Logistics (ISL 2015): Reflections on Supply Chain Research and Practice. Bologna. 2015. p. 26-33