Review on supply chain resilience: phenomena, modelling techniques and framework of resilience building strategies with future research directions
by Sidharath Joshi; Huynh Trung Luong
International Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Resilience (IJSCOR), Vol. 5, No. 2, 2022

Abstract: Supply chain resilience (SCR) is presently a rising concern caused by globalisation, which is subject to diverse types of disturbances. These disturbances need to be controlled in the right way, captivating the use of tools that can support resilient supply chain decisions. This research aims to provide a platform for academicians and practitioners trying to identify the current state of the work, gaps in existing research, and future directions on the topic. It offers a systematic literature review taking several papers to the extent of more than 100 papers published under the year frame from 2010-2020 into account. The research objectives are proposed and answered in this article, identifying of resilience strategies in supply chain, and various methodologies used by the academicians. Further, we develop a framework with inclusion of various strategies employed to increase resilience that can be used as a basis for understanding SCR. Various future directions for the researchers are presented, aiming to guide future research work in the area.

Online publication date: Mon, 04-Jul-2022

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