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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Karina Urmanbetova
Improving the Methodology for Assessing the Effectiveness of Global Supply Chains
Strategic Management in Logistics
(Master’s programme)
2019
Keywords: performance evaluation, global supply chains, international ratings, Logistics Performance Index.

In the context of the development of globalization processes in the world market, determining competitive advantages for large transnational companies and countries as a whole is of strategic importance. This thesis is devoted to the study of the methodology for assessing the effectiveness of the global supply chains and modifying the methodology to minimize the subjectivity in the assessment.

During the work the following tasks were performed:

- Definition of global supply chains

- Analyzed the existing methods of evaluating the effectiveness of logistics activities

- Identified barriers to the effective functioning of global supply chains

- Classify scorecards of major international rankings.

- The methodology for assessing the Logistics Performance Index has been studied.

- The effect of macroeconomic indicators on the results of performance evaluation

- Necessary changes in the selection of assessment indicators

The following results were obtained: was built a regression model , which allows determining the influence of macroeconomic factors on the resulting assessment of the Efficiency Index, suggested options for forming a database of indicators to assess the effectiveness of GSC.

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