Coronavirus COVID-19 is an extraordinary event that can be categorizedas a subcategory of SupplyChain (SC) disruptions. This pandemic has impacted supply chains differently, depending on the produced item, the industry, and the role of firms along the supply chains. Several studies, that emerged during the last 2 years ,have analyzed the impact of COVID-19 on supply chains and firms, and the strategies adopted to cope with the pandemic. In addition to several resilience strategies, papers also highlighted the key role of digitalization to support firms in building more effective resilience strategies. The literature on the topic is however still fragmented. To overcome this fragmentation, our chapter offers a Systematic Literature Review (SLR), which investigates, in particular, the impacts of COVID-19 on Supply Chain Management (SCM) areas and actors, the SC resilience strategies which can enable firms to cope with the pandemic, and the role of digitalization.

Impacts and Supply Chain Resilience Strategies to Cope with COVID-19 Pandemic: A Literature Review

B Gaudenzi
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2023-01-01

Abstract

Coronavirus COVID-19 is an extraordinary event that can be categorizedas a subcategory of SupplyChain (SC) disruptions. This pandemic has impacted supply chains differently, depending on the produced item, the industry, and the role of firms along the supply chains. Several studies, that emerged during the last 2 years ,have analyzed the impact of COVID-19 on supply chains and firms, and the strategies adopted to cope with the pandemic. In addition to several resilience strategies, papers also highlighted the key role of digitalization to support firms in building more effective resilience strategies. The literature on the topic is however still fragmented. To overcome this fragmentation, our chapter offers a Systematic Literature Review (SLR), which investigates, in particular, the impacts of COVID-19 on Supply Chain Management (SCM) areas and actors, the SC resilience strategies which can enable firms to cope with the pandemic, and the role of digitalization.
9783031164880
Supply Chain Resilience, Covid-19 pandemic
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