Risk Perception & Decision Making in the Supply Chain: Theory and Practice

Risk Perception & Decision Making in the Supply Chain: Theory and Practice

Driven by the awareness of and serious concerns regarding risk and decision making in supply chain research, this special issue aims to highlight the contemporary research that is using various methodologies, including mathematics modelling, survey-based research, case study-based research, panel data research, data analytics, integrated decision making model, and review studies.

A Fuzzy-based House of Risk Assessment Method for Manufacturers in Global Supply Chains,An Internet of Things (IoT)-based Risk Monitoring System for Managing Cold Supply Chain Risks,Decision modeling of risks in pharmaceutical supply chains ,Managing bioethanol supply chain resiliency: A risk-sharing model to mitigate yield uncertainty risk,Managing hazards of the make-buy decision in the face of radical technological change,Managing supply chain risks and delays in construction project,Minimizing the risk of seaport operations efficiency reduction affected by vessel arrival delay,Procurement risk management under uncertainty: a review,Risk management and firm performance: the moderating role of supplier integration,Risk Perception & Decision Making in the Supply Chain: Theory and Practice,Strategies and effective decision-making against terrorism affecting supply chain risk management and security: a novel combination of triangulated methods,The role of the consistency between objective and perceived environmental uncertainty in supply chain risk management,Using put option contracts in supply chains to manage demand and supply uncertainty

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