publication . Article . 2015


Alexandra-Codruta Popescu (Bîzoi); Cristian-Gabriel Bîzoi;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2015 Journal: Annals of Computational Economics, volume 1, issue 43, pages 174-187
Literature has focused largely on the field of supply chain risk management. Numerous risks occur within supply chain management. Until lately, behavioural risks (implying large amount of losses) have been neglected and considered not relevant. In this paper we provide an analysis of the importance of including behavioural research in logistics and supply chain risk management, what has been written so far and potential future research directions. Until now, literature on logistics and supply chain management little addressed behavioural dimensions, neglecting the numerous human interactions.
free text keywords: supply chain management, supply chain risk management, behavioural economics, decisional process, logistics, jel:C44
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