RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE PRACTICE OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AND LOGISTICS IN INDIA
Celik Parkan () and
Rameshwar Dubey ()
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Celik Parkan: Long Island University
Portuguese Journal of Management Studies, 2009, vol. XIV, issue 1, 71-88
The Indian manufacturing and service industries are at a defining moment of rapid advancement and explosion, which is expected to take the country to the next level of global competitiveness. This paper reviews the recent events that have shaped the country’s economic and business landscape and argues for the urgency of a significant modernization of its logistics and supply chain management practices.
Keywords: retail supply chain management; TPS (Tata Production System) (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M10 O14 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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