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What do you mean, Supply Chain Security? A Taxonomy and Framework for Knowledge Sharing

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Title:What do you mean, Supply Chain Security? A Taxonomy and Framework for Knowledge Sharing
Authors:Smith, Jess
Teuton, Jeremy
Date Issued:04 Jan 2017
Abstract:Supply chain security is a hot topic for research, but the specific phrase "supply chain security" has different definitions for different groups. This paper presents a brief taxonomy for both the terms supply chain and security, and then explores a basic framework to help describe areas of research in supply chain security. Security is broken down into confidentiality, integrity, and availability; supply chain is detailed as the networks, processes, and elements. By creating a method for describing the research, we can begin to create a framework of the research in supply chain security. This framework allows us to see where prior work has been done and allows us to focus on less-explored areas. It also allows us to compare and translate the supply chain research being performed in one field (electronics), to other fields (e.g. food production, clothing manufacturing).
Pages/Duration:9 pages
Rights:Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
Appears in Collections: Knowledge Flows, Transfer, Sharing and Exchange Minitrack

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