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Siloed Perceptions in Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Risk Management: A Brazilian Perspective

Tipo
Artigos

Ano
02/03/2020

Linha de Pesquisa
Tomada de Decisão, Comportamento e Ética

Autor(es)
Jessica Silva, Claudia Araújo, Leonardo Marques

Orientador

https://doi.org/10.1080/10978526.2020.1731315


Latin American Business Review, v. 21, n. 3, pp. 223-254. Abstract: This article maps risk perception across the pharmaceutical supply chain (PSC) in Brazil. Our paper employs the method orders-of-magnitude analytic hierarchy process to rank risks as perceived by industry, distributors, hospitals and pharmacies. We show that players have a siloed perception of risk and impact of those risks. While upstream players emphasize cost, downstream players value service; moreover, both prioritize operational risks over strategic risks. We call for further studies in Latin America: although interest in risk is growing, few studies address the PSC and even fewer realities outside the Northern Hemisphere.

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