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This study is aimed at analyzing the difference of using fixed weight aggregate inventory to sales ratios rather than “traditional”, that is, variable weighted, aggregated inventory to sales ratios. It shows that interpretations of these ratios may be problematic because different aggregation...
While exploring buyer–supplier collaborative relationships and new procurement opportunities through optimized use of the available resources, the present work proposes a framework depicting an appropriate policy. The proposed framework captures the technological and business basis for the...
In the past several decades, great strides have been made to incorporate the ethical and environmental responsibilities into the core culture of today’s business world. With the increased attention paid to such responsibilities, a growing number of firms have explored “greening”...
Supply chain management must adopt different and more innovative strategies that support a better response to customer needs in an uncertain environment. Supply chains must be more agile and be more capable of coping with disturbances, meaning that supply chains must be more resilient. The...
Systems thinking has by some been proposed as the ‘hard core’ of our discipline. Others have claimed that logistics rests on systems theory. However, glancing at how these notions are used outside of the discipline, there is reason to believe that there is more to systems theory than has been...
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