"The Future of Global Supply Chains in a Post-COVID-19 World"

Supply-chain disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are of unparalleled magnitude because of a confluence of circumstances: a sudden rise in demand for some products, unforeseen shifts in demand points, supply shortages, a logistical crisis, and an unprecedentedly quick recovery in major economies.  


In this article, published in California Management Review, Rajat Panwar from Oregon State University, Jonatan Pinkse from the University of Manchester and Valentina De Marchi from the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Padova map the changes that will occur in supply-chain planning and management in a post-COVID-19 world. It also reflects on the articles included in this special issue and draws key conclusions about how configurations of global supply chains might change. Automation and digitalization are likely to play a key role in these transitions. 


Read the full article here: https://unipd.link/DeMarchi_supplychain_postcovid