Linking Vertical and Horizontal Markets for Innovations at Grassroots: Sustainability Imperative
AbstractThe supply chain management is at the core of globalising world. Today the large corporations are able to source materials from all around the world and sell it in the most interior parts of the developing and developed world. With the increase in oil prices, this model of globalisation is coming under strain. But there are some other challenges also facing the dominant globalisation model. [W.P. No. 2009-03-02]
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supply chain management; globalising; corporations; world; model;
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