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Building theory of agri-food supply chain resilience using total interpretive structural modelling and MICMAC analysis

Guoqing Zhao, Shaofeng Liu, Haiyan Lu, Carmen Lopez, Sebastian Elgueta

International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Management and Informatics, Volume: 4, Issue: 3-4, Start page: 235

Swansea University Author: Guoqing Zhao

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Agri-food supply chains are inherent with some uniquecharacteristics and that can be easily disrupted compared with other supplychains. Therefore, supply chain resilience factors are relevant and can be takeninto consideration. In this paper an attempt has been made to build a theoreticalframework o...

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Published in: International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Management and Informatics
ISSN: 2054-5819 2054-5827
Published: Inderscience Publishers 2019
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title Building theory of agri-food supply chain resilience using total interpretive structural modelling and MICMAC analysis
spellingShingle Building theory of agri-food supply chain resilience using total interpretive structural modelling and MICMAC analysis
Guoqing Zhao
title_short Building theory of agri-food supply chain resilience using total interpretive structural modelling and MICMAC analysis
title_full Building theory of agri-food supply chain resilience using total interpretive structural modelling and MICMAC analysis
title_fullStr Building theory of agri-food supply chain resilience using total interpretive structural modelling and MICMAC analysis
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Sebastian Elgueta
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description Agri-food supply chains are inherent with some uniquecharacteristics and that can be easily disrupted compared with other supplychains. Therefore, supply chain resilience factors are relevant and can be takeninto consideration. In this paper an attempt has been made to build a theoreticalframework of resilience factors in agri-food supply chains with the help of totalinterpretive structural modelling and matrix of cross impact multiplicationsapplied to classification analysis. The results of the total interpretive structuralmodelling demonstrate that leadership plays a vital role in enhancing theresilience of the agri-food supply chain. Furthermore, the matrix of crossimpact multiplications applied to classification analysis results indicate thatleadership and working team stability along with strong driving power shouldbe given critical focus by agri-food supply chain managers to facilitate theimprovement of agri-food supply chain resilience. This paper contributes to theextant theory building in the field of agri-food supply chain resilience, to fillthe gap that a few researches have been conducted on agri-food supply chainresilience theory building.
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