how do they adapt sustainable supply chain decisions to the various institutional and economic contexts in which they operate (institutional perspective)? how do organizations interact and cooperate with such a wide array of stakeholders to conceive sustainable supply chains (inter-organizational perspective)?
& mediaeconomics, accounting and lawfinancemarketingmanagement controlorganization studiesmanagement: leadership, psychology, ethics, philosophysupply chain managementstrategy & management. and supply chain managementwhile supply chain management is now widely recognized as a strategic issue for companies (fisher 1997, simschi-levi 2011), little research in supply chain management tackles strategic issues or deals with strategic concepts.
topic: strategic alliances and supply chain managementwhile cooperation is inherent to supply chain management concept and practice, little work uses strategic alliances literature and theoretical background to study supply chain alliances. in managementmaster in managementmba in international managementexecutive mbamasters (full-time)executive masters (part-time)summer course sessionsexecutive education (open and custom)doctoral programmesparis ph.
to what extent accounting for supply chain issues upfront increases the success of m&as? how do different stakeholders make sense of sustainable principles and decisions across a global and fragmented supply chain?
several research questions bridging the gap between m&a and supply chain literature worth interest including: can supply chain / logistic issues be an antecedent of m&a, a key motive in target selection? & mediaeconomics, accounting and lawfinancemarketingmanagement controlorganization studiesmanagement: leadership, psychology, ethics, philosophysupply chain managementstrategy & management.