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The practice of supply chain management has become widespread in all industries around the globe today with both small and large firms realizing the benefits provided by effective global trade and supply chain management. This summer course uses a logical approach to present discussions of this topic from five foundation perspectives: Purchasing, Logistics, Global trade, Innovation, Sustainability and Data/ERP. Of course disruptive events like trade conflicts between US and China and Covid19 will be central discussion points. The objective is to make students think about how Global Trade and Supply Chain Management impacts all of the areas and processes of the firm and its trading partners.

Published by  Faculty of Business and Economics 14 February 2022