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Supply Chain Finance

Risk Management, Resilience and Supplier Management

Understand the links between supply chain and finance by connecting supply chain financial tools and supply chain financial, social and environmental performance.
EAN: 9780749482404
Edition: 1
Published:
Format: 235x158
280 pages

About the book

Supply Chain Finance is a contributed book looking at the two major perspectives of managing finance across the supply chain. The first is more short-term, focused on accounts payables and receivables. The second is a more overarching perspective, focused on working capital optimization in terms of inventory and asset management. It includes chapters from a variety of research perspectives, as well as from business and policymakers. The authors look at the benefits of the supply chain finance approach including reduction of working capital, access to more funding at lower costs, risk reduction, as well as an increase of trust, commitment, and profitability through the chain.

Supply Chain Finance
includes theory as well as practical case studies addressing advances in the area of supply chain finance. The editors and contributors look at how to design and implement supply chain finance in supply chains and examine what the future holds for this important area. Online supporting resources include self-test multiple-choice and essay questions for each chapter.

About the authors

Wendy Tate is the William J. Taylor Professor of Business and Cheryl Massingale Faculty Research Fellow, Department of Supply Chain Management at the Haslam College of Business, University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Lydia Bals is Professor of Supply Chain & Operations Management at Mainz University of Applied Sciences, Germany and Visiting Professor at the Department of Strategy & Innovation, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.

Lisa M. Ellram is the Rees Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management in the Department of Management at the Farmer School of Business, Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.


Supply Chain Finance is the first comprehensive treatment of this topic that I've seen, and it comes at a perfect time as business is poised to move from hype to reality. The book provides an excellent compilation of leading thought from experts in the field, and it offers a wonderful blend of theory and practice, with great case studies. It's a must read for managers and academics interested in this area.

Morgan Swink, Executive Director of TCU Center for Supply Chain Innovation, US