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Preliminary communication

https://doi.org/10.17818/EMIP/2022/2.6

RESILIENCE OF FOOD SUPPLY CHAINS – A DYNAMIC CAPABILITY APPROACH

Zsófia Jámbor ; Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary
Judit Nagy orcid id orcid.org/0000-0001-8275-1550 ; Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary


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Abstract

There are many examples of increasing risk exposure in supply chains in recent years. The Covid-19 pandemic proved to be a huge challenge in the last two years, and the war in Ukraine is currently creating uncertainty in the food industry. In our study, we specifically identify and examine risks threatening the food supply chains. In addition to classifying risks, we examine the dynamic capabilities that companies need to have when operating in the downstream supply chain processes in order to mitigate these risks. The research uses a qualitative methodology and explores the range of required corporate capabilities through interviews with manufacturers as focal companies of a food supply chain. We hypothesise that sensing capability and flexibility, as well as communication and coordination skills, will be key to managing threats. As a result of our study, we can ascertain that the security of supply chain operations does not only depend on supply chain capabilities.

Keywords

supply chain resilience; supply chain risk; dynamic capability; food industry

Hrčak ID:

287322

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/287322

Publication date:

16.12.2022.

Article data in other languages: croatian

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