Start Date

April 2021

Document Type

Poster Session

Department

Business

Faculty Mentor

Nihar Kumthekar, PhD, and Amarpreet Kholi, PhD

Keywords

Supply Chain, Disruption, Supply Chain Disruption, COVID-19, Literature Review, Pandemic, Risk Events

Abstract

Supply chain disruptions in addition to the immediate effect of stopping/ impeding the flows, long term effects can include bankruptcies, reduced business growth and increased business uncertainty. Unlike prior disruption events, the COVID-19 pandemic presents a novel opportunity to study a near-simultaneous global supply chain disruption. We carry out a systematic literature review to understand disruption response in this context.

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The role of digital technology adoption in coping with SC disruptions caused by COVID-19 pandemic

Supply chain disruptions in addition to the immediate effect of stopping/ impeding the flows, long term effects can include bankruptcies, reduced business growth and increased business uncertainty. Unlike prior disruption events, the COVID-19 pandemic presents a novel opportunity to study a near-simultaneous global supply chain disruption. We carry out a systematic literature review to understand disruption response in this context.

 

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