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2015 | 217 | 19-30
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Zaufanie w łańcuchu dostaw − determinanty, typy i konsekwencje

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EN
Trust in a supply chain − determinants, types and consequences
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Rosnąca rola zaufania w dynamicznym i konkurencyjnym otoczeniu sprawia, że coraz częściej staje się ono przedmiotem analizy w kontek ście interorganizacyjnym, a mianowicie łańcucha dostaw. Celem niniejszego artykułu jest rzucenie światła na zagadnienie zaufania w łańcuchu sieci dostaw poprzez zaprezentowanie zintegrowanego modelu ujmującego determinanty, typy i konsekwencje zaufania w łań-cuchu dostaw.
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Rising role of a trust in dynamic and competitive environment makes trust become a subject of analyses in the inter-organization context − in the context of a supply chain. The aim of this paper is to explain a problem of trust by offering a proposal of an integrated model containing determinants, types and consequences of trust in supply chains.
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2083-8611
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-b0e014b4-ab01-4424-892f-c89903054317
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