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Estimation of disruption risk exposure in supply chains

Paulsson, Ulf LU ; Nilsson, Carl-Henric LU and Wandel, Sten LU (2011) In International Journal of Business Continuity and Risk Management 2(1). p.1-19
Abstract
The purpose of the paper is to provide more knowledge on how to

estimate disruption risk exposure in the supply chain by developing a

conceptual estimation model. The purpose is also to shortly illustrate and

discuss by help of a case the possibilities to adapt this theoretical model for use

in everyday practice.<br>

The developed model, which links disruption risk to disruption source,

covers all flow-related disruption risks in the total supply chain from natural

resources to delivered final product, seen from the angle of an individual focal

unit in the supply chain. The model classifies the risk exposure into 15 different

risk exposure boxes, of... (More)
The purpose of the paper is to provide more knowledge on how to

estimate disruption risk exposure in the supply chain by developing a

conceptual estimation model. The purpose is also to shortly illustrate and

discuss by help of a case the possibilities to adapt this theoretical model for use

in everyday practice.<br>

The developed model, which links disruption risk to disruption source,

covers all flow-related disruption risks in the total supply chain from natural

resources to delivered final product, seen from the angle of an individual focal

unit in the supply chain. The model classifies the risk exposure into 15 different

risk exposure boxes, of which 12 have ‘expected result impact’ and three have

‘known result impact’, providing a total negative result impact.<br>

The positioning of the model against other theoretical models revealed that

the developed model presents a more complete and partly new structure for

estimation of disruption risk exposure. (Less)
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business continuity, business continuity management, BCM, business continuity planning, conceptual model, disruptions, disruption riskexposure, disruption source, resilience, risk estimation, risk exposure, riskhandling, supply chain, supply chain flow, supply chain management, supplychain risk management, SCRM.
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International Journal of Business Continuity and Risk Management
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Inderscience
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1758-2172
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10.1504/IJBCRM.2011.040011
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  abstract     = {The purpose of the paper is to provide more knowledge on how to<br/><br>
estimate disruption risk exposure in the supply chain by developing a<br/><br>
conceptual estimation model. The purpose is also to shortly illustrate and<br/><br>
discuss by help of a case the possibilities to adapt this theoretical model for use<br/><br>
in everyday practice.&lt;br&gt;<br/><br>
The developed model, which links disruption risk to disruption source,<br/><br>
covers all flow-related disruption risks in the total supply chain from natural<br/><br>
resources to delivered final product, seen from the angle of an individual focal<br/><br>
unit in the supply chain. The model classifies the risk exposure into 15 different<br/><br>
risk exposure boxes, of which 12 have ‘expected result impact’ and three have<br/><br>
‘known result impact’, providing a total negative result impact.&lt;br&gt;<br/><br>
The positioning of the model against other theoretical models revealed that<br/><br>
the developed model presents a more complete and partly new structure for<br/><br>
estimation of disruption risk exposure.},
  author       = {Paulsson, Ulf and Nilsson, Carl-Henric and Wandel, Sten},
  issn         = {1758-2172},
  keyword      = {business continuity,business continuity management,BCM,business continuity planning,conceptual model,disruptions,disruption riskexposure,disruption source,resilience,risk estimation,risk exposure,riskhandling,supply chain,supply chain flow,supply chain management,supplychain risk management,SCRM.},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {1--19},
  publisher    = {Inderscience},
  series       = {International Journal of Business Continuity and Risk Management},
  title        = {Estimation of disruption risk exposure in supply chains},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1504/IJBCRM.2011.040011},
  volume       = {2},
  year         = {2011},
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