MAGAZINE №3(86) June 2018

AUTHORS  

KORNEEVA O.N. - Marketing director, LLC PayOnline (Moscow, Russia)

GAVRILYUK Y.S. - Head of Delivery Department, METRO Cash&Carry (Moscow, Russia)

KRATKO I.G. - Cand.of Ec.Sc., Associate Professor, Department of World Economy, National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia)

CATEGORY  The uncertainty and risks in supply chains

 

ABSTRACT

 This article examines strategic aspects of managing logistics risks in large construction projects. Works of V.I. Sergeev, Т.V. Levina, D.A. Ivanov and other analytical studies conducted by the author were taken as a theoretical basis. In order to develop an economically efficient model of logistics risk management, taking into account the costs of their prevention or compensation of consequences, the author proposes a sequence of steps and a set of methods for identifying, assessing, selecting response methods and monitoring of logistic risks. Particular attention is paid to the selection of a rather limited set of risks, allowing real-time project management with a specified accuracy. The author also considers various approaches to the interpretation of the concept of risk and the factors that contribute to its emergence.

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MAGAZINE №6 (77) December 2016

AUTHOR  DUDINSKAYA M.V. - graduate student, National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia)

CATEGORY  The uncertainty and risks in supply chains

ABSTRACT

Recently the importance of logistic risks management problem is increasing. The number of publications connected with such problems as the assessment of the logistic risk event consequences and logistic risks management effectiveness is growing. The effectiveness is interrelated with the reliability, sustainability and other terms which have close meaning. Meanwhile, there is not a consistent approach to the systematization and structuring of these terms up to now. Their essesnce understanding is crucial for the approach development concernint the logistic risks management effectiveness evaluation in supply chaind and supply chain diagnostics for the purpose of risks identification. In this article the attempt to systematize the main elements of the term “supply chain sustainability” is made. Moreover, the types and response characteristics of supply chains on disturbing actions are given. The main directions of supply chain sustainability evaluation are determined and the logistic risks identification procedure in iron and steel companies’ supply chains is suggested and demonstrated.  

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MAGAZINE №5 (76) October 2016

AUTHORS  

SERGEEV V.I.

DUDINSKAYA M.V. - graduate student, National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia)

CATEGORY  The uncertainty and risks in supply chains

ABSTRACT

In the article current condition of Russian metals industry is analyzed, the efficiency is evaluated and the internal and external factors, which determine Russian iron and steel companies’ competitive edge at global and domestic market, are brought to light. For the purpose of finding the additional reserve of Russian iron and steel companies’ effectiveness improvement, the analysis of the companies’ logistic strategies and their realization tools was undertaken. Moreover, the internal factors which increase iron and steel companies’ supply chains sensitivity to logistic risks are reviewed. Then, the main problem areas in their functioning and potential development ways are determined.

As follows from the analysis of current investigations in the field of logistic risks management in supply chains, supply chain event management and system approach principles the logistic risks classification in supply chains was developed. Based on it, risks identification procedures realization, risk management policies development and logistic controlling system design are proposed.

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