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Title: Building resilient supply chains in uncertain times : a comparative study of EU and ASEAN approaches to supply chain resilience
Authors: Pennisi di Floristella, Angela Maria
Chen, Xuechen
Keywords: Business logistics -- Southeast Asia
Business logistics -- European Union countries
Organizational resilience -- Southeast Asia
Organizational resilience -- European Union countries
COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020 -- Economic aspects
Association of Southeast Asian Nations
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Pennisi di Floristella, A., & Chen, X. (2022). Building resilient supply chains in uncertain times: a comparative study of EU and ASEAN approaches to supply chain resilience. Asia Europe Journal, 1-19.
Abstract: Amid rising uncertainty in the global economy and unprecedented economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the concept of supply chain resilience has gained increasing popularity in ASEAN and the EU. However, by comparing their paths to resilient supply chains, this article argues that while both organizations regard resilience as a departure from past doctrines of pure economic efficiency, each has a different understanding of and approach to supply chain resilience. While for ASEAN, supply chain resilience is meant to reconcile inward- and outward-looking dimensions to support ASEAN competitiveness, within the EU, resilience is associated with the search for strategic autonomy with an internal focus. Despite these differences, both groups regard sustainability and digital transformation as crucial components of supply chain resilience, which they see as a way to enhance their economic cooperation and strategic partnership.
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