English, Article edition: Access flexibility, trust and performance in achieving competitiveness: An empirical study of Chinese suppliers and distributors Song Hua; Samir Ranjan Chatterjee; Yu Kang-kang

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  • Access flexibility, trust and performance in achieving competitiveness: An empirical study of Chinese suppliers and distributors
Author
  • Song Hua
  • Samir Ranjan Chatterjee
  • Yu Kang-kang
Physical Description
  • article
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  • This paper aims to advance research in the challenging area of achieving competitiveness through supply chain flexibility fit and trust development. Design/​methodology/​approach – A structured survey questionnaire was administered to a potential list of 773 participants resulting in 348 valid responses. An empirical study was conducted on these responses. Findings – Leveraging of flexibility in supply chain access structures and improving of trust relationships can ensure significant performance improvement. Research limitations/​implications – The research relies on the use of cross sectional data instead of longitudinal data, thereby limiting the generalisibility of the findings. Practical implications – The strong evidence of relationship between improved performance and capability of supply chain linkages provides Chinese business managers with practical guidelines for improving competitive edge. Originality/​value – The value of the paper lies in the originality of the data and context-relevant findings. No previous study of this nature had been undertaken in China.
  • China, Distributors, Suppliers, Supply chain management, Trust
  • RePEc:eme:ceftpp:v:2:y:2009:i:1:p:31-46
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  • English
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