Historically important trade routes for goods of all kinds for more than 3000 years, the Silk Road has once again come to prominence. Managing Supply Chains on the Silk Road: Strategy, Performance, and Risk present emerging supply chain practices from the Silk Road regions that include China, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, Iran, Central Asia, Lebanon,
SUPPLY CHAIN STRATEGY ON THE SILK ROAD. Silk Road Supply Chains: A Historical Perspective. The Silk Road Linking Artisans in India to Designers in Italy and World Markets. Logistics Management Insights from the Silk Road Geography. Formal and Informal Financial Institutions and Entrepreneurship: The Case of Bazaars and Microfinance in Central Asia. Israel: A Start-Up Nation in a Global Supply Chain Context�The Revival of a Virtual Silk Road. Decoding Supply Chain Leadership in India. SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCE ON THE SILK ROAD. Borusan Lojistik: Winning in the 3PL Market. Crossdocking Insights from a Third Party Logistics Firm in Turkey. Balance of Power between Buyer and Supplier: The Case of Chinese and Western Companies. Outsourcing Design to Asia: ODM Practices. Milk Collection at Nestle Pakistan Ltd.; The Role of Hungarian Railway on the New Silk Road. SUPPLY CHAIN RISK ON THE SILK ROAD. Private-Humanitarian Supply Chain Partnerships on the Silk Road. Incorporating Harvest, Maturity, Yield, and Demand Risk in Planning for Agricultural Supply Chains for Premium Products. Managing Procurement Risks in Turkish Machinery Industry: The Case of Renkler Makina. Supply Chain Risk and Sourcing Strategies: Automotive Industry in Iran.