An analysis of the ripple effect for disruptions occurring in circular flows of a supply chain network* Park, Young-Woong Blackhurst, Jennifer Paul, Chinju Scheibe, Kevin
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dc.description.abstract <p>This paper examines the ripple effect in supply chains due to circular flows embedded in supply chain design. Although supply chains are complex and nonlinear, circular flows exist in real-world supply chains but are often unknown or hidden to supply chain managers. These circular flows exist when a Tier 2 supplier is also a Tier 3 (or higher) supplier in the supply chain network. Additionally, a circular network can occur when a supplier is also a customer in the same network. In the presence of these types of supply chain network structures, supply chains may experience a ripple effect (or disruption propagation) in which disruptions impact supply chain performance. Using a real-world supply chain structure, we examine the effect of circular flows on the ripple effect and identify how this influences the supply chain’s resilience to disruptions. We offer managers and researchers insights that improve the understanding of how circular flows exacerbate the ripple effect.</p>
dc.description.comments <p>Young Woong Park, Jennifer Blackhurst, Chinju Paul & Kevin P. Scheibe (2021): An analysis of the ripple effect for disruptions occurring in circular flows of a supply chain network*, International Journal of Production Research, DOI: <a target="_blank">10.1080/00207543.2021.1934745</a>. Posted with permission </p>
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dc.subject.disciplines Business Administration, Management, and Operations
dc.subject.disciplines Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations
dc.subject.disciplines Management Information Systems
dc.subject.disciplines Operations and Supply Chain Management
dc.subject.disciplines Organizational Behavior and Theory
dc.subject.keywords Supply chain disruptions
dc.subject.keywords ripple effect
dc.subject.keywords circular flow supply chain networks
dc.subject.keywords supply chain design
dc.subject.keywords supply chain risk
dc.title An analysis of the ripple effect for disruptions occurring in circular flows of a supply chain network*
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