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Handbook of Research Methods for Supply Chain Management

9781788975858 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Stephen Childe, Associate Professor in Business Management and Operations, Plymouth Business School, University of Plymouth and Anabela Soares, Senior Lecturer in Strategy and Operations Management, Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, UK
Publication Date: October 2022 ISBN: 978 1 78897 585 8 Extent: c 528 pp
Written by a panel of leading international researchers, this Handbook identifies the key topics for research in supply chain management using an innovative step-by-step approach and provides an extensive range of methodologies for researching the subjects.

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Written by a panel of leading international researchers, this Handbook identifies the key topics for research in supply chain management using an innovative step-by-step approach and provides an extensive range of methodologies for researching the subjects.

Examining the complex and fascinating process of supply chain management, chapters provide a detailed and expansive review of the wide range of research methods used to study the topic. It further investigates the key issues facing supply chains, identifying important research questions such as how to build sustainable and socially responsible supply chains as well as how to address the complexities experienced in developing and emerging economies. The breadth of the Handbook of Research Methods for Supply Chain Management allows the next generation of researchers to successfully engage with the management of supply chains.

This innovative Handbook will be an invaluable resource for research students and their supervisors, supply chain managers and anyone looking for a useful reference tool for contemporary and future challenges in supply chain management. Scholars looking for an excellent guide on research methods in supply chain management and how to identify topics for study will find this required reading.
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‘Most thorough, comprehensive, and up-to-date treatise on how to do research in supply chain management. While part 1 lays the foundation for conducting research once the topic is chosen, part 2 dwells with the topical areas that are critical and futuristic. A must guide for every researcher.’
– Mohan Gopalakrishnan, Arizona State University US

‘There has long been a need for a comprehensive reference source for all those engaged in researching supply chain management issues. This excellent Handbook amply meets that need by providing a wide-ranging review of the appropriate research methods and tools, enabling deeper insights to be achieved from the research process.’
– Martin Christopher, Cranfield University School of Management, UK
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Contributors include: Johanna Amaya, Felipe Aros-Vera, Alison Ashby, Tim Baines,  David Bennett, Ali Ziaee Bigdeli, Aisling Bonner, Trevor Cadden, Maria Sameiro Carvalho, Stephen Childe, Catarina Cubo, Diane L. Denslow, John Dinwoodie, Rameshwar Dubey, Seyed Mohammad Ebrahimi, Trilce Encarnación, Andrew Fearne, Ana Cristina Fernandes, Barbara B. Flynn, Jose Arturo Garza-Reyes, Andrea Genovese, Larry C. Giunipero, Benjamin T. Hazen, José Holguín-Veras, Juliana Hsuan, Kawaljeet Kapoor, Felicity Kelliher, Aseem Kinra, Herbert Kotzab, Vikas Kumar, Moya Lerigo-Sampson, Lucy McCarthy, Leonardo Marques, Ahmad Rais Mohamad Mokhtar, Frank Montabon, Simon Peter Nadeem, Mohammed Naim, Giang Nguyen, Peter Nielsen, Breno Nunes, Raymond Obayi, Rui Oliveira, Mark Pagell, Laura Purvis, Diana Ramirez-Rios, Timothy Ramjaun, Carsten Reuter, Paulo Sampaio, Anna Sannö, Joseph Sarkis, Anton Shevchenko, K.T Shibin, Mike Simpson, Tammi Sinha, Anabela Soares, Anthony Soroka, Anne Touboulic, Helen Walker, Miles Weaver, Zhaohui Wu, Qingyun Zhu
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