The main purpose of the thesis is to develop an optimal model of Supply Chain Integration for the humanitarian sector, which has not been vigorously explored hitherto. The subject of this paper, in particular, seeks to apply the key assumptions of B-SCI and determine the suitability for the analysis of H-SCI. Therefore, in research field, this will provide useful analytical approaches designed to understand and to transform the quality of modal optimisation in humanitarian SCM and, in practice, help field staff to establish better systems for efficient humanitarian relief operations.
Start date:October 2014
Research Topic:Supply Chain Integration in Humanitarian Aid Supply Chain Management
Research pathway:Management and Business
Research Supervisor:Dr. Stephen Pettit, Dr. Irina Harris, Prof. Anthony Beresford
Supervising school:Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University
Primary funding source:ESRC Studentship