Chapter 1. Revisiting Supply Chain Risk.- Chapter 2. Assessing the vulnerability of supply chains: Advances from engineering systems.- Chapter 3. Using Scenario Planning to Supplement Supply Chain Risk Assessments.- Chapter 4. Decision Support Systems and Artificial Intelligence in Supply Chain Risk Management.- Chapter 5. Resilience Assessment in Complex Supply Networks.- Chapter 6. What value for whom in risk management? -- A multi value perspective on risk management in an engineering project supply chain.- Chapter 7. Risk Management of Critical Logistical Infrastructures: Securing the Basis for Effective and Efficient Supply Chains.- Chapter 8. Procedure Model for Supply Chain Digitalization Scenarios for a Data-Driven Supply Chain Risk Management.- Chapter 9. Preparing for the Worst.- Chapter 10. The future of resilient supply chains.- Chapter 11. Can Buyer Consortiums Improve Supplier Compliance?- Chapter 12. Leadership in Risky Supply Chains.- Chapter 13. Malicious Supply Chain Risk: A Literature Review and Future Directions.- Chapter 14. A behavioural view of supply chain risk management.- Chapter 15. Resilience and sustainability in Supply Chains.- Chapter 16. Sustainability Risk Management in Supply Chain.- Chapter 17. The Relationship between Firm Resilience to Supply Chain Disruptions and Firm Innovation.- Chapter 18. Supply Chain Virtualization: Facilitating Agent Trust Utilizing Blockchain Technology.- Chapter 19. Differentiating between supply and supplier risk for better supply chain risk management.- Chapter 20. Categorizing Supply Chain Risks: Review, Integrated Typology and Future Research.- Chapter 21. The Impact of Supply Chain Disruptions on Organizational Performance: A Literature Review.- Chapter 22. The Management of Disruption Supply Risks at Vestas Wind Systems.- Chapter 23. Foreign Exchange Risk Mitigation Strategies in Global Sourcing: The case of Vortice SPA.- Chapter 24. The paradox of risk management: a supply management practice perspective.- Chapter 25. Risk in complex supply chains, networks and systems.- Chapter 26.Surfing the Tides of Political Tumult: Supply Chain Risk Management in an Age of Governmental Turbulence.
Baryannis, G., Dani, S., Validi, S., Antoniou, G., Smith, K. J., & Dhillon, G. (2019). Revisiting Supply Chain Risk. Supply Chain Virtualization: Facilitating Agent Trust Utilizing Blockchain Technology (Vol. 7, pp. 299–311). Springer International Publishing. Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-030-03813-7