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Author(s): Oyedijo, Adegboyega
Yang, Ying
Hicks, Christian
Dong, Jingxin
Title: An exploratory study of fairness perceptions in supply chain relationships
Citation: Oyedijo A, Yang Y, Hicks C & Dong J (2021) An exploratory study of fairness perceptions in supply chain relationships (Presentation) <i>24th European Operations Management Association Conference (EurOMA)</i>, Edinburgh, Scotland, 01.07.2021-05.07.2021.
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2021
Date Deposited: 13-Dec-2023
Conference Name: 24th European Operations Management Association Conference (EurOMA)
Conference Dates: 2021-07-01 - 2021-07-05
Conference Location: Edinburgh, Scotland
Abstract: This paper examines the factors that influence the perception of fairness in supply chain relationships, how fairness perceptions influence supply chain collaborative activities, and how the perception difference can be reduced between supply chain partners. The data was conducted in the form of interviews with supply chain managers as key informants in some UK firms. Findings show that the notion of fairness is a very ‘sensitive’ subject that many firms elude from, but largely impacts on an organization’s behaviour towards its partners. Firms are also urged to implement processes that will increase the mutual perception of fairness.
Status: AO - Author's Original
AM - Accepted Manuscript
Rights: Authors retain copyright. Proper attribution of authorship and correct citation details should be given.
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