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2013 | 12 | 83-96
Article title

An Identification of the "Rippling Effect" in the Transmission of Disruptions in Supply Chains. The Dilemmas of Theoretical Study and Empirical Research

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The article offers information on the identification of the "Rippling Effect" in the transmission of disruptions of supply chains. Topics of discussion included were transmission of disruptions, risk assessment in business and risk factors associated in the risk management in the supply chains. It mentions that amplification of disruptions during the transmission is referred to as the "rippling effect" and discusses an example of supply chains in the automobile industry.
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Volume
12
Pages
83-96
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Publication order reference
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1732-1948
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-73f7d3aa-9697-47e8-ae11-08d88097c220
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