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Supply Chain Management and Firm Performance

Soo-Dong Kim ()
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Soo-Dong Kim: Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade, Postal: Sejong National Research Complex, Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade, 370 Sicheong Dae-ro C-dong 8-12F 30147, Republic of Korea, http://www.kiet.re.kr

No 22-15, Industrial Economic Review from Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade

Abstract: This study analyzes the impact of changes in supply chain management on corporate performance in Korea. Focusing on four major industries that are closely related to supply chain reorganization, company-level micro data is used to determine the impact of each industry’s supply chain management on corporate performance. Using a empirical model, the work presents explicit results on how variables representing supply chain management affect firm performance. Specifically, it analyzes four main industries to derive the effects caused by the US-China trade conflict. The results of the empirical analysis are compared by dividing the sample into two periods: before and during COVID-19.

Keywords: supply chains; supply chain management; COVID-19; firm performance; corporate performance; productivity; firm productivity; corporate productivity; Korea; semiconductors; batteries; mining and minerals; pharmaceuticals (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: D24 L25 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 17 pages
Date: 2022-10-01
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