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posted on 27.06.2013, 08:45 by Abhijeet Ghadge, Samir Dani, Roy KalawskyRoy Kalawsky
Purpose – This paper examines supply chain risk management (SCRM) from a holistic systems thinking perspective by considering the different typologies that have evolved as a result of earlier research. The purpose of this paper is to identify important strategic changes in the field and to outline future requirements and research opportunities in SCRM. Design/methodology/approach – The systematic literature review (SLR) methodology employed by this research was used to evaluate and categorise a literature survey of quality articles published over a period of ten years (2000-2010). Additionally, the findings from the SLR have been strengthened through cross validation against results obtained from an associated text mining activity. Findings – The SLR methodology has provided a rich, unbiased and holistic picture of the advances in the field of SCRM. Consequently, important new research areas have been identified based on a multi-perspective descriptive and thematic data analysis. In addition, the analysis, based on evolved typologies, indicates a growth of SCRM from a nascent to a fairly established activity over the past decade. Practical implications – The systematic approach undertaken for the literature review will provide future researchers and managers with an insightful understanding of the scope of the SCRM field. Also, the literature review provides important clues on new research directions for SCRM through identification of gaps in current knowledge. Originality/value – The holistic approach to SCRM was found to be an important missing link in earlier literature surveys. The outcome of the SLR reported in this paper has provided critical insights into the present and future scope of the SCRM field. The identified research insights, gaps and future directions will encourage new research techniques, with a view to managing the risks in the globalized supply chain environment.

History

School

  • Business and Economics

Department

  • Business

Citation

GHADGE, A., DANI, S. and KALAWSKY, R., 2012. Supply chain risk management: present and future scope. The International Journal of Logistics Management, 23 (3), pp.313 - 339.

Publisher

© Emerald Group Publishing Limited

Version

AM (Accepted Manuscript)

Publication date

2012

Notes

This article was published in the International Journal of Logistics Management [© Emerald Group Publishing Limited] and the definitive version is available at: hrrp://dx.doi.org/10.1108/09574091211289200

Language

en