Chain and Network Science: A Research Framework

  • Omta S
  • Trienekens J
  • Beers G
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  • (=number of echelons until the end-user)
  • (=number of suppliers and customers, number of sup
  • (=totality of actors within one or a set of relate
  • SCM
  • TCA
  • access to capital
  • access to information
  • access to technical know-how
  • agency theory
  • alliances
  • asset specificity
  • bounded rationality
  • buyer-seller relationships
  • chain and network science
  • channel power
  • cognitive maps
  • common recipes
  • contracts
  • contractual arrangements
  • core competencies
  • distinctive capabilities
  • distinctive competencies
  • equivalence
  • goal orientation
  • industrial networks
  • information flow
  • innovation
  • inter-organizational integration
  • inter-organizational network relationships
  • network breadth
  • network closure
  • network length
  • network relationships
  • network structure
  • networks
  • opportunism
  • power relations
  • product flow
  • redundant relationships
  • resource criticality
  • routine
  • rules
  • social capital
  • standards
  • strong ties
  • structural holes
  • supply chain management
  • supply networks
  • transaction frequency
  • transaction uncertainty
  • trust
  • weak ties

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Authors

  • S W F (Onno) Omta

  • Jacques H Trienekens

  • George Beers

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