A Taxonomy for Supply Chain Management Literature

29 Pages Posted: 30 Apr 2004

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Ismail Capar

Mississippi State University

Fusun Ulengin

Istanbul Technical University

Arnold Reisman

Reisman and Associates

Date Written: April 6, 2004

Abstract

This paper presents a scheme for classifying the Supply Chain Management (SCM) literature. SCM is broadly defined to include all classical business functions and theoretic management disciplines which impacted this emerging field. Consequently, its literature is very disjoint and disparate. It transcends several academic disciplines and professions. This paper presents a way to define the field in its entirety and delineate all of its facets in a manner that is parsimonious yet discriminating. Sample articles are classified to illustrate the descriptive power and parsimony of this taxonomy and a number of previously published SCM taxonomies are shown to be special cases thereof.

Keywords: Supply chain management, SCM, taxonomy, classification

Suggested Citation

Capar, Ismail and Ulengin, Fusun and Reisman, Arnold, A Taxonomy for Supply Chain Management Literature (April 6, 2004). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=531902 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.531902

Ismail Capar

Mississippi State University ( email )

Mississippi State, MS 39762
United States

Fusun Ulengin

Istanbul Technical University ( email )

Macka 80680
Turkey

Arnold Reisman (Contact Author)

Reisman and Associates ( email )

Shaker Heights, OH 44122
United States

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