20 years of performance measurement in sustainable supply chain management – what has been achieved?,A business model approach to supply chain management,A commentary on agility in humanitarian aid supply chains,A decade of supply chain collaboration and directions for future research,Complementary theories to supply chain management revisited – from borrowing theories to theorizing,Editorial: 20 years of Supply Chain Management: An international Journal.,Evolution of the migratory supply chain model,Horizontal logistics collaboration for enhanced supply chain performance: an international retail perspective,Modern slavery and the supply chain: the limits of corporate social responsibility?,Putting sustainable supply chain management into base of the pyramid research,Sourcing portfolio analysis & power positioning: towards a ‘paradigm shift’ in category management & strategic sourcing,Why supply chain collaboration fails: the socio-structural view of resistance to relational strategies
The aim of SCMij has always been to utilise multi-disciplinary perspectives to inform theory and practice by empirical research that extends beyond dyadic buyer supplier relations.
The journal, like the function and the subject matter must and will continue to evolve, to reflect the changing environment, business dynamic and academic framework that is ‘crying out’ for a far greater – wider and deeper – erosion of functional, disciplinary and methodological silos. SCMij will continue to lead the charge, reaching out to those who embrace this message and provide a conduit for new ideas, new approaches and discoveries that are thought provoking and challenging yet utterly relevant in the context of an increasingly complex business environment.
This special issue comprises 11 contributions that demonstrate the maturity of supply chain management and point the way forward for future research."