Gestión de la capacidad de respuesta en cadenas de suministro y preparación en emergencias para la seguridad y protección en países desarrollados

Palabras clave: gestión de cadena de suministro, países desarrollados, preparación de emergencias, red de sensibilidad, seguridad y protección


Las cadenas de suministro pueden desempeñar un rol importante en la reducción de amenazas a la seguridad y protección de países desarrollados, como Suecia. Este articulo ofrece perspectivas acerca de la cadena de suministro y deriva del concepto de preparación para emergencias. Varios desafíos impiden que las redes de actores se beneficien plenamente de la coordinación. El estudio enfoca el impacto de las redes de la cadena de suministro como una estrategia general para el manejo de la seguridad. Tres enfoques difieren en su impacto en la capacidad de las redes de actores envueltos; (i) un enfoque de planificación estratégica general, (ii) un enfoque de sistema integrado para la respuesta general, (iii) un enfoque de coordinación para gestionar la estrategia general de capacidad en respuesta a la cadena de suministro.


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Biografía del autor/a

Elvira Kaneberg, Jönköping University, Suecia

Ph. D. en Administración de Empresas en la Universidad de Jönköping en Suecia con experiencia en logística militar, gestión y gestión de la cadena de suministro. Su investigación se centra en la logística humanitaria, la gestión de la cadena de suministro, la red de la cadena de suministro y la sostenibilidad. Su actividad docente se encuentra en las áreas de administración de empresas, logística humanitaria, cadena de suministro, sustentabilidad.

Leif-Magnus Jensen, Jönköping University, Suecia

Profesor asociado de logística en la Universidad de Jönköping. Sus intereses de investigación incluyen sistemas de distribución con enfoque en intermediarios y LSP, logística humanitaria con enfoque en coordinación y reubicación con enfoque en procesos de decisión.

Susanne Hertz, Jönköping University, Suecia

Profesora de Administración de Empresas con especialidad en Logística y Supply Chain Management. Su campo de investigación incluye integración de la cadena de suministro, dinámica de alianzas y procesos de cambio en las cadenas de suministro, marketing industrial, proveedores y servicios logísticos, dinámica de redes logísticas, logística minorista y logística humanitaria.

Cómo citar
Kaneberg, E., Jensen, L.-M., & Hertz, S. (2021). Gestión de la capacidad de respuesta en cadenas de suministro y preparación en emergencias para la seguridad y protección en países desarrollados. Revista Científica General José María Córdova, 19(34), 453-477.

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