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Lagging behind versus advancing too fast? identifying gaps research in supply chain

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  • Montes, María J.
  • Álvarez Gil, María José
  • Alfaro, José A.

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The objective of our work is to analyze the evolution and actual trends of research in Supply Chain Management (SCM). We pretend to show how the different topics have been methodologically studied, and to determine how the advent of the so-called 'New Economy' has influenced SCM research. To get this objective, we carry out a literature review of twelve refereed journals in the Operations Management (OM) area for the period 1995-2001. Statistical tools are used to analyze the obtained information.

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  • Montes, María J. & Álvarez Gil, María José & Alfaro, José A., 2002. "Lagging behind versus advancing too fast? identifying gaps research in supply chain," DEE - Working Papers. Business Economics. WB wb021409, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Departamento de Economía de la Empresa.
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    1. Álvarez Gil, María José & Alfaro, José A. & Rábade, Luis Arturo, 2006. "Buyer-supplier relationships influence on traceability implementation in the vegetable industry," DEE - Working Papers. Business Economics. WB wb060502, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Departamento de Economía de la Empresa.

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