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Title: Examining the Relationships between Supply Chain Integration, Information Sharing, and Supply Chain Performance: A Replication Study
Authors: Asamoah, David
Andoh-Baidoo, Francis Kofi
Agyei-Owusu, Benjamin
Keywords: Supply Chain Integration
Information Sharing
Supply Chain Performance
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Twenty-second Americas Conference on Information Systems, San Diego, 2016
Abstract: This study performs a conceptual replication of the study of Koçoğlu et al. (2011) which explored the effect of Supply Chain Integration (SCI) on Supply Chain Performance (SCP) and Information Sharing using manufacturing firms in Turkey. The replicated study explored the same relationships but considered manufacturing and service firms belonging to one giant supply chain in Ghana. Whilst the results of the measurement model of replicated study are valid and reliable, the structural model results were different from that of the original study. The original study observed a positive significant effect of SCI on SCP which was not confirmed in our study. Instead, a mediating effect of Information Sharing on the relationship between SCI and SCP was observed. The differences in the structural model results may have arisen due to the different conceptualization of the SCP construct, or the existence of different contextual and/or environmental factors.
Description: An article published in Twenty-second Americas Conference on Information Systems, San Diego, 2016
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/11634
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