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標題: 產業對安全供應鏈機制之行為意向 -- 以C-TPAT為例
Behavioral Intention of Manufacturers in Taiwan toward Supply Chain Security Initiatives -- the C-TPAT example
作者: Lee, Chiao-Wen
關鍵字: 安全供應鏈機制;
出版社: 行銷學系所
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Globalization is a central fact of the global economy, involving increasing amounts of overseas components sourcing, overseas production, global factory networks, and lengthy geographically dispersed supply chains servicing international markets across the world. September 11, 2001 reminded governments and industries of the importance of supply chain security. In response to the challenge of security-related problems, governments and international organizations have launched a few supply chain security initiatives to tighten border security for imports and exports. Some of those security initiatives expect firms to collaborate with their supply chain partners, such as foreign manufacturers and logistics providers, to develop a supply chain wide security. Hence, the importance of supply chain collaboration is reinforced. To secure homeland, governments offer benefits to lure the participation of firms. At the same time, firms stuck in the anxiety and confusion about new challenges while suffering from the inconvenience and increasing cost. We employed Diffusion of Innovation in this study for supply chain security initiatives can be conceptualized as an innovation for Taiwanese manufacturing companies. To address the undecided influence exerted by firm size in past studies, analysis is conducted separately by firm size categories in this study in order to pursue further understanding of influence exerted by firm size on firms' behavioral intention. This study aims at identifying supply chain and firm size effect in predicting firms' intention of participating in an supply chain security initiative and bridging the gap between governments and supply chains.
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