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Antecedents of proactive supply chain risk management: A contingency theory perspective

Bibliographic reference Groetsch, Volker ; Blome, Constantin ; Schleper, Martin. Antecedents of proactive supply chain risk management: A contingency theory perspective. In: International Journal of Production Research, Vol. 51, no.10, p. 2842-2867 (2013)
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