The determinants of supply chain alliance performance: An empirical study
This paper assesses relationship characteristics in supply chain alliances and their effects on alliance performance in supply chains in the context of manufacturing firms drawing on the theory of social exchange and goal interdependence. The results from AVAS analysis show that relationship stability, trust of supplier, relational capital and commitment exert significant effects on the performance of supply chain alliances. These results offer implications for researchers examining the performance of supply chain alliances. Research limitation and future research are discussed.
International Journal of Production Research
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Yang, J., "The determinants of supply chain alliance performance: An empirical study" (2009). Kean Publications. 2444.