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Improving the Efficiency of Global Supply Chain

Student: Ekaterina Belukhina

Supervisor: Vladislav Lukinsky

Faculty: St.Petersburg School of Economics and Management

Educational Programme: Strategic Management in Logistics (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

In accordance with the goal and tasks set, the first chapter considered theoretical aspects of the concept of global supply chains. The concept of global supply chains and the differences between regional and local GSC were identified and framed. In the second chapter, the existing problems of GSC functioning were considered and the ways of their solution were suggested. It also identified the main trends in the development of global logistics and examined the prerequisites for the current trends in logistics integration of global supply chains. In the third chapter of the study, an analysis was made of the state of logistics in the world and in Russia in particular. Regression analysis was also performed and its results described.

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