Gestão de Cadeias de Suprimentos Humanitárias: Perspectivas Teóricas e Direcionamentos Futuros

Glessia Silva

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Este artigo tem como objetivo discutir como se encontra o estado da arte em gestão de cadeias de suprimentos humanitárias e os direcionamentos futuros desse campo. O estado da arte em gestão de cadeias de suprimentos humanitárias está pautado em estudos voltados ao relacionamento nas cadeias, papel dos stakeholders, gerenciamento da cadeia e logística humanitária. Como direcionamentos futuros, observa-se uma tendência na compreensão do conceito de desastre como particular a cada localidade, o papel da mídia na mobilização de recursos, maior ênfase no papel dos stakeholders na efetividade dessas cadeias e a influência dessas cadeias na gestão de cadeias de suprimentos comerciais. Como contribuições são sugeridas oportunidades de pesquisa no campo de gestão de cadeias de suprimentos humanitárias. Espera-se que este estudo sirva de ponto de partida para outros estudos e estimule o pensamento crítico acerca desse emergente campo de estudo.


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Cadeias Humanitárias; Operações; Gestão de Cadeias de Suprimentos Humanitárias.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15603/1982-8756/roc.v15n30p3-20

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Revista Organizações em Contexto (ROC) - Programa de Pós-Graduação em Administração - PPGA - Faculdade de Administração e Economia - FAE - Universidade Metodista de São Paulo - UMESP.

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