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The Impact and Dynamics of Centralization in Supply Chain Decision-Making

Guruprakash Rangavittal and Tae-Hee Sohn

Research Fest 2008

This thesis examines the relationship between centralization in the supply chain organization of companies, cost structure and the factors prompting companies to either centralize or decentralize their supply chain organization.

22-May-08, session 2 (9:45-10:45a)

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ResearchFest 2008

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