200 pages | 28 B/W Illus.
This book discusses important issues related to managing supply chain disruption risks from various perspectives. It explores the essence and principles relating to managing these risks and provides the framework and multi-goal model groups for managing such risks.
The book also discusses research development of managing supply chain disruptive risks, supply chain risk conduction and loss assessment methods of supply chain disruptive events. It also includes the consideration of supply chain coordinating models in the cases of demand and supply disruption risks. It also deals on the subject of managing models of supply chain disruption risks by looking at manufacturers and responding decision methods oriented towards demand in disruption and coordination. It also summarizes the relevant findings and provides future research questions and orientations.
The book will contributes significantly to the growing body of knowledge concerning the theory of managing supply chains.
1. Introduction 2. Risk Conduction of Supply Chain Disruptions 3. The Loss Assessment Methods of Supply Chain Disruptive Events 4. Supply Chain Coordinated Models under the Risk of Demand Disruptions 5. Supply Chain Coordinated Models under the Risk of Supply Disruptions 6. Supply Chain Disruption Risk Management Models with Manufacturers as the Core 7. Responding Decision-making Methods Oriented to Collaboration Demands in Disruption 8. Conclusions and Further Research
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