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International Journal of Supply Chain Management
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ISSN : 20513771     EISSN : 20507399     DOI : -
International Journal of Supply Chain Management (IJSCM) is a peer-reviewed indexed journal, ISSN: 2050-7399 (Online), 2051-3771 (Print), that publishes original, high quality, supply chain management empirical research that will have a significant impact on SCM theory and practice. Manuscripts accepted for publication in IJSCM must have clear implications for Supply chain managers based on one or more of a variety of rigorous research methodologies. IJSCM also publishes insightful meta-analyses of the SCM literature, conceptual/theoretical studies with clear implications for practice, comments on past articles, studies concerning the SCM field itself, and other such matters relevant to SCM.
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Investigation of the Supply Chain Management Effects on the Foreign Trade Development of Iran in the Context of Other Countries of Southwest Asia Morteza Ramezani Galeshi
International Journal of Supply Chain Management Vol 8, No 2 (2019): International Journal of Supply Chain Management (IJSCM)
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Foreign trade can present productivity increase in production and economy growth by using scale gain, developed technology, optimum allocation of source and supply chain management. Also, economic freedom influences many variables which one of the most important ones is foreign trade or level of exports and imports. In other word, influence of economic freedom and supply chain management on foreign trade process is very important. Therefore, it is necessary to surveys relationship between foreign trade, supply chain and economic freedom variables on countries of the region of Southwest Asia based on collected information in the period of 2001-2018. Model estimation results show Economic Freedom and economic growth has positive and statistically significant effect on foreign trade in Iran and selected countries. Also, the effect of Inflation rate on foreign trade is negative but not statistically significant. Finally it was concluded that by supply chain management especially in logistics and transportation system of the foreign trade, the efficiency increased significantly.
The Role of the Supply Chain Management in Responsibility of Indonesian Government Auditors in Detecting Corruptions: Analysis of Cognitive and Moral Effects Yusnaini Yusnaini; Burhanuddin Burhanuddin; Arista Hakiki
International Journal of Supply Chain Management Vol 9, No 1 (2020): International Journal of Supply Chain Management (IJSCM)
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Abstract- This study tends to examining how a new analytical tool, can be useful to detect the fraudulent activities in Supply Chain Management. This study aims to analyze and provide empirical evidence regarding the perception of the Indonesian government's internal auditors' responsibility in detecting corruption. The theory of triangle model of responsibility [29] is used as a reference for analyzing research results. The 2x2 between experimental subjects design was conducted to investigate the research questions. The cognitive style tested is field style independent and field dependent, while the moral of the auditor is divided into high and low levels. The Participants are 92 internal government auditors in Indonesia. Results show that perceptions of responsibility for detecting corruption among groups that are field independent and dependent fields differ significantly. Thus the perception of responsibility for detecting corruption is higher for auditors with independent field cognitive style (FI) than for auditors with field dependent (FD) cognitive styles. Furthermore, the results show that the perception of responsibility for detecting corruption is higher for auditors with a high level of moral development than a low moral development level. 
Impact of Operations and Information Management in a Banking Service Provider Azhar Nema Abu Ghneim
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Nowadays competition condition to improve service quality is a key strategic issue for organizations operating in the service sector. The study aims to determine the nature of the relationship of the operations and information management in group of Iraqi banks as a field of study, has reached the community of the study (422) of them were approved (151) employees sample of the study was conducted statistical analysis on questionnaire forms (151) by a number of advanced statistical programs and analyzed by smart v3 and SPSS v20. The problem of the study showed a knowledge gap about the interpretation of the nature of the relationship between the variables of the current study of the independent variable and the sense of belonging and the dependent variable balancing behaviors in the workplace. The study found a number of practical results, including that there is a relationship of direct moral impact to the sense of belonging and balance of behaviors in the workplace The results of the study can be used as attention to the psychological affiliation of workers leads to the achievement of balanced behaviors in the workplace and the interest in the psychological affiliation and promotion Will increase the opportunities for banks to achieve their objectives.
Optimization of Tourism Industry by Supply chain strategy of Rokan Regional District to Increase Original Revenue Kasman Arifin ZA; Syapsan Syapsan; Dewi Puspa Suri
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Abstract- The paper aims to investigate the possible relationship between Tourism Supply Chain and Strategic Partnership, read as a way to reduce and better manage the complexity in Tourism Industry. Tourism in Indonesia in general and Rokan Hilir in particular have not been explored in totality. The true potential of Tourism to produce very large PAD and economic growth for the welfare of the community is very possible, given the potential of natural beauty and its people who are welcome to migrants. In fact, tourism activities in Rohil are still carried out sporadically, not well organized, so they don't know which events can produce and the name of the event is a people's party. To determine events or tourism destinations that have an impact on the economy of the community that can generate income from creative economic activities, a comprehensive study is needed. Optimization of Tourism Potential in Rokan Hilir aims to choose one of the many destinations and events in Rokan Hilir Regency which has the potential to be able to bring Foreign Tourists to Rokan Hilir Regency. The research method conducted here is a quantitative method using the Lean Six Sigma approach in analyzing and applying it. The results to be achieved from this study are 1) Rokan Hilir Regency's Leading Tourism Master Plan, 2) Impact Analysis of Rokan Hilir's Leading Tourism Determination
Does Green Supply Chain Management Influence to Suppliers’ Performance? Mediating Role of Social Capital Aimi Zulhazmi Abdul Rashid; Adel Ali Yassin Alzyoud; Fayez Hamed Abdo Al Shdaifat; Khairi Mohamed Omar
International Journal of Supply Chain Management Vol 8, No 3 (2019): International Journal of Supply Chain Management (IJSCM)
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Present study is ascertain to elaborate the role of green supply chain management towards the suppliers’ performance. Further, the role of social capital as a potential mediator is also explored in the Thai business to business (B2B) context. Data was collected by using the survey questionnaires. Different statistical tests for measurement model and hypothesis testing respectively. Findings highlighted that suppliers’ performance both in environmental and operational terms improves due to the GSCM practices. Furthermore, it also appeared to be the major interpreter for the social capital (rationale and structural). In addition, results also supported the multidimensional impact of social capital on suppliers’ performance. Lastly, both dimensions of the social capital proved to be significant mediator for the relationship between green supply chain management practices and suppliers’ performance. This study comes with the valuable insights to develop understanding about the key role of green supply chain practice and social capital to enhance the suppliers’ performance.
The Zero Sign on Inscriptions and Manuscript Based on the Historical Supply Chain Management: A Case Study of Indonesia Archipelago before Majapahit Era Prabowo, Agung; bin Mamat, Mustafa; Sukono, Sukono
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The widespread recognition of the term “supply chain” has come primarily as a result of the globalization of manufacturing since the mid 1990s, particularly the growth of manufacturing in China. U.S. imports from China grow. Indonesian people have been acquainted with the place value and a base of 10 and have used them since the early 5th century. The place value is related to the number of positions on units, tens, hundreds and so on. A base of ten number is similar to the digits of the numbers 0, 1, 2,…, 9 that should be inserted into each of the place value. This paper observes the existence of 0 digits that is used in Nusantara, in specific, by gaining some sources in the inscriptions, temples, gravestones, and coins shapes. This article is written as the result of an observation by using literary observation method; in the inscription shape whose aim research to give the evidence that the number 0 has been used in Nusantara. As a result, the 0 digits have been first discovered in Sumatera; it was on Kedukan Bukit inscription numbered 604 Saka (682 C.E.) The existence of the zero number has also been discovered in the original Nusantara numbers.
A Combine Effect of Firm Characteristics and Corporate Social Responsibility on Supply Chain Performance Mohd Haizam Mohd Saudi; Aida Wijaya; Dini Arwaty; Dr. Fazluz Zaman; Dyah Purnamasari
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Objective of this study is to examine the role of firm characteristics in supply chain performance (SCP) with mediating role of corporate social responsibility (CSR). Various lower income countries are facing different issues in supply chain which has effect on SCP. These issues are related to the firm characteristics. Firm characteristics include; size and ownership. Additionally, this study examined the mediation effect of CSR between firm characteristics and SCP. 500 questionnaires were distributed to get the response of supply chain employees in Indonesian supply chain companies. The companies only dealing with supply chain were selected to get response. The companies which were involved in other activities are not included in the survey. After data collection, data were examined through structural equation modeling. It is found that firm characteristics have direct relationship with CSR and CSR has direct relationship with SCP. Moreover, CSR playing a mediating role between firm characteristics and SCP.
Study Features Concerning the Mechanisms of Entrepreneurial Supply Chain Development Tamara P. Belikova; Sergey M. Lepeshkin; Elena Yu. Lepeshkina
International Journal of Supply Chain Management Vol 9, No 5 (2020): International Journal of Supply Chain Management (IJSCM)
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The role of supply managers in driving corporate performance is changing, with an increased emphasis on supply market intelligence, collaboration, inter-organizational partnerships, and operational integration with supply partners. The article presents possible approaches to the study of entrepreneurial supply chain activity manifestation and the development of entrepreneurship in general. In the framework of entrepreneurship supply chain development trend study, there is the need to analyze the state of various systems of society activity: political, social, and economic. On the basis of specific historical examples and statistical data summarized by the authors, they present the examples of entrepreneurial supply chain activity development in a changing system.
Supply Chain Governance, Corporate Governance and Firm Supply Performance: A Paradox of Prediction Mohd Haizam Mohd Saudi; Hari Supriadi; Sunjana .; Mohd Shahril Ahmad Razimi
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The supply chain management has emerged as a key competitive tool, however, little or no attention has been given to explore the link between supply chain governance, external corporate governance mechanism such as board characteristics and supply chain performance. Therefore, the current study is being carried out explore the relationship among three interlinked phenomena such as external corporate governance, supply chain governance and firm supply performance. It is argued in this study that the supply chain governance mediates the relationship between corporate governance firm supply performance. The SMART-PLS is used to achieve the objective of the current stud. The data is collected from the operation managers, production managers and finance managers of manufacturing firms listed in Indonesian Stock Exchange. The results of the study have shown a great deal of agreement with our proposed hypothesis. Meanwhile the findings have provided support to the predictions of agency theory and resource based theory. The study which is among pioneering studies on the issue will be helpful for policy makers and managers in understanding the role of agency theory in supply chain management.
The Role of HR Practices in Enhancing Firm Supply Chain Performance Obsatar Sinaga; Anne Nurfarina; Asep Deni Iskandar; Soleman Mozammel; Ai Rosita
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The supply chain management is an emerging discipline, which during the course of three decades has emerged from an operational function to a competitive strategy. The authors have employed different theoretical models to explain the success factors of supply chain management. The current study is carried out to explain the relationship between HR practices and supply chain performance. In addition to that the current study, is also interested in finding the impact of organizational culture in the relationship between a set of HR practices and supply chain performance. To achieve the research objectives, we have employed two step smart PLS technique, which is one of the robust SEM technique of recent times. We have used the smart PLS as statistical tool to achieve the research objectives the data by mean of an adapted survey instrument in the form of questionnaire is collectedfrom the operation and finance managers of Indonesian manufacturing firms. The results of the current study are providing support to the hypothesized results. The direct and indirect relations appear positive and significant. The current study which in author knowledge is among few pioneering studies on this issue, will be helpful for financial experts, operation managers, academicians, researchers and other policy makers in formulating policies.

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