Behavioral Perspectives on Risk Sharing in Supply Chains
- Publisher: Universität Mannheim
Over the past decade, we have witnessed the emergence of a vast body of literature contributing to our understanding of how supply chains should be designed and executed from a normative perspective. Along the way, the gap between ever-more sophisticated theory and industrial reality increased. A growing stream of recent research relaxes the overly simplistic assumptions on human behavior commonly made in supply chain models. This thesis contains a set of research papers on human behavior, casted in a unified framework of supply chain inventory risk management.