Supply chain resilience is a topic that has been gaining increasing importance over the last decade. During these few years, resilience in the field of supply chains has already undergone a change of understanding reaching from the ability of a supply chain to get back in the original state after a disruption via the ability to provide system functions in the face of shocks and stresses to the ability to persist, adapt or transform when facing a significant change. In addition, despite the short research period, numerous scientific publications tackling the resilience of supply chains can already be found. Therefore, we provide a classification of relevant papers found by a systematic literature review. The classification focuses on the type of disruption, the research methods used, and the sectors addressed. Furthermore, we point out research gaps that can serve as a basis for further research in supply chain resilience.
|Title of host publication||Supply Chain Resilience : Insights from Theory and Practice|
|Editors||Sebastian Kummer, Tina Wakolbinger, Lydia Novoszel, Alexander M. Geske|
|Number of pages||8|
|Place of Publication||Cham|
|Publication status||Published - 2022|
|Series||Springer Series in Supply Chain Management|