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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Viktor Kuznetsov
Evaluation Methods of Supply Chain Reliability
Strategic Management in Logistics
(Master’s programme)
2016
Evaluation methods of supply chain reliability.

Keywords: reliability, resilience, supply chains, logistic systems

This paper is dedicated to detailed overview of evaluation methods of supply chain resilience (reliability) and to attempt of modification of discrete-continuous model of supply chain resilience.

The purpose of this research is to overview existing evaluation methods of supply chain resilience and suggest the modification of discrete-continuous model of supply chain resilience.

Aims of this paper are:

1) Overview of research development in the field of supply chain resilience;

2) Consideration of term «resilience» classifications in supply chains;

3) Analysis of foreign and domestic supply chains resilience researches;

4) Analysis of existing evaluation methods and models of supply chain resilience;

5) Analysis of discrete-continuous model of supply chain resilience;

6) Modification of chosen method and its application on practice;

7) Analysis of results and calculation of economical component, connected with resilience.

Scientific novelty of implemented research results is concluded in:

1. It is suggested the modification of discrete-continuous model of supply chain resilience, which is based on considering more than one reason of disruption for each operation and corresponding calculations of faultless performance probability with consequent evaluation of supply chain resilience.

2. It is suggested the form for disruption scoring considering model modification.

3. It is calculated economical component of the model.

Practical significance of this paper is concluded in application of discrete-continuous model of resilience (in general) and modification of this model (in a particular case) on research object supply chain.

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