The Operations and Supply Chain Management in Emerging Economies track focuses on opportunities, challenges and issues of managing operations and supply chains in emerging economies as in Brazil, Russia, India, China (BRIC) and others developing countries. We welcome abstracts, papers, and proposals for panel discussions related to, but not limited to the following issues:
- impacts of cultural, political, legal and institutional factors on operations / supply chain management
- international comparison of operations / supply chain management practices and performance.
- effects of power, trust and relationship commitment on supply chain integrations and collaborations
- cross national collaborations, learning, knowledge transfer, and innovations
- supply chain collaborations for sustainability involving companies in the emerging economies
- cross border ecommerce supply chains involving emerging economies
- education and talent developments in operations / supply chain management
- comparative studies about operations / supply chain management in developing and developed countries
This track also welcomes research topics about the interface of operations / supply chain management with other areas such as economics, marketing, finance, accounting, entrepreneurship, international business, organizational behavior, general management, information system, and etc.