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International Journal of Revenue Management

International Journal of Revenue Management (IJRM)

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  • Enablers and Barriers for Supply Chain Finance Investments in Pharma 4.0: A study in the Indian Context using Total Interpretive Structural Modelling   Order a copy of this article
    by Jude Jegan Joseph Jerome, Vandana Sonwaney, Arunkumar O. N 
    Abstract: In this study, we examine the conditions that surround the investment made into Pharma 4.0 by the supply chain finance institution. This study analyses the various enablers and barriers that would affect the implementation of Pharma 4.0, through the investment by an SCF institution, in the Indian pharmaceutical manufacturing firms. To establish the linkage between the factors, total interpretive structural modelling is used. MICMAC is used to prioritise the factors and develop suitable strategies. The findings show that a combined effort of all the stakeholders is required for eliminating the barriers to the implementation. The findings also give information about the various enablers that would help catalyse the adoption of Pharma 4.0. This study talks about how SCF investment, usually seen as a short-term investment, can be used with the long-term perspective to gain benefits and incentives through investment in Pharma 4.0 by properly monitoring and controlling the influencing factors.
    Keywords: supply chain finance; SCF; pharmaceutical industry; Pharma 4.0 adoption enablers and barriers; total interpretive structural model; total interpretive structural modelling; TISM; MICMAC.
    DOI: 10.1504/IJRM.2024.10060501
  • A review on supply chain finance: problem classification and future research agenda   Order a copy of this article
    by O.N. Arunkumar, D. Divya 
    Abstract: The aim of this study is to categorise research on supply chain finance (SCF) based on primary ideas and techniques discussed in the literature and to suggest directions for further research. This study is based upon 139 papers published till 2nd November 2021 in international peer-reviewed elite journals. In this analysis, our initial step is to perform a thorough methodical review and diligent bibliometric analysis. We make additions to SCF research in a resulting manner. First, we classify the literature into nine problem classes based on different issues addressed in the papers. Second, we develop a framework showing research issues and outcomes of SCF. Third, we identify some research issues for future investigation. In this paper, we report a full summary of earlier research in SCF and point out the most significant topics that are relevant to be examined for further research.
    Keywords: supply chain finance; SCF; bibliometric analysis; review; methodology.
    DOI: 10.1504/IJRM.2024.10063539