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Supply Chain Contract Design According to Industrial Risks

Abstract : In high versatile market, coordination ensuring among supply chain partners is required in long term partnerships development and seems to enhance the global SC performance. In this context, contracts establishment becomes an excellent coordination mechanism in specifying clauses which govern exchange between partners so as to stabilize the relationship over certain horizon of time and to minimize risks. Our proposition is articulated around the analysis of these industrial risks that partners have to cope with. The aim of this work is then to contribute on developing thoughtful framework by linking the risks to the contract and suggesting appropriate design of SC contracts according to partnership positioning. Decision aided approach is developed to get better understanding of essential issues in designing a contract, linking risks, clauses and performance. As an important finding, Contractual Motivations summarize the reasons that lead the SC partners to commit in contracts, they come to counter the evoked risks and can be of great help to any decider intending to enter a partnership through contract. Finally, we apply our approach into industrial case in Aeoronautic field. This study reveals significant points and proves the suitable use of the approach.
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Submitted on : Monday, September 22, 2008 - 9:45:37 AM
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Aicha Amrani, Jean-Christophe Deschamps, Jean-Paul Bourrières. Supply Chain Contract Design According to Industrial Risks. APMS 2008 International Conference on INNOVATIONS IN NETWORKS An event of the IFIP Working Group 5.7, Sep 2008, Helsinki, Finland, Finland. pp.P.23-P.34. ⟨hal-00323378⟩

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