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Supply chain complexity: a meta-analysis

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Akın Ateş, Melek and Suurmond, Robert and Luzzini, Davide and Krause, Daniel (2021) Supply chain complexity: a meta-analysis. In: 28th EurOMA Conference, Online

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Abstract

Many interrelated factors make contemporary supply chains utterly complex. While previous research indicates that supply chain complexity plays an important role in explaining performance outcomes, the accumulating evidence is ambiguous. By meta-analyzing 27,668 observations across 102 independent samples from 123 empirical studies, we examine the link between supply chain complexity and firm performance, both split into sub-dimensions. While the preponderance of evidence from previous studies identifies supply chain complexity as detrimental to firm performance, our results illustrate that although supply chain complexity has a negative effect on operational performance, it has a positive effect on innovation performance and financial performance.

Item Type:Papers in Conference Proceedings
Subjects:H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
ID Code:41806
Deposited By:Melek Akın Ateş
Deposited On:26 Aug 2021 18:10
Last Modified:26 Aug 2021 18:10

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