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JOAMS 2023 Vol.11(4): 139-143
doi: 10.18178/joams.11.4.139-143

Sustainable Short Circuits

Atour Taghipour* and Xiaowen Lu
Normandy University, France
*Correspondence: atour.taghipour@univ-lehavre.fr (A.T.)

Manuscript received June 23, 2023; revised September 14, 2023; accepted October 7, 2023; published December 4, 2023.

Abstract—The supply chain is a complex network of actors from upstream to downstream, composed mainly of suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and logistics platforms, customers, which are linked together to create values in the form of goods and services. Supply chain management stems from the internationalization of trade and a desire for better management of the actors, across the supply chain. In this regard, the information flow can enable managers to effectively coordinate the actors of the supply chain. However, because of the complexity, supply chain management experiences the difficulty. The outsourced productions in different countries are difficult to manage, information does not pass and certain productions are against the ethics of universal human rights and sustainable development. Moreover, following food or textile scandals, customers are more conscious of what they consume. Through this research, based on a literature review, we question the use of short circuits as the solutions to manage better the supply chains from suppliers to customers. We will therefore focus on the pros and cons of short circuits by reviewing relevant work from various angles, and to try to understand more concretely the challenges of short circuits, by focusing on alimentary short circuits as an example.

Keywords—complexity, supply chain, short circuit, sustainability, management, information flow

Cite: Atour Taghipour and Xiaowen Lu, "Sustainable Short Circuits," Journal of Advanced Management Science, Vol. 11, No. 4, pp. 139-143, 2023.

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