'Brexit Is Scaring Businesses to Death': Two Experts Debate the Data

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David Blanchflower , professor of economics at Dartmouth College and member of the Bank of England’s monetary policy committee from June 2006 to May 2009: The fallout from the disastrous Brexit vote and the even more calamitous negotiations are scaring businesses to death, and continuing apace. Global Trade & Economics Global Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Security & Risk Mgmt.

Guest post: Sustainable monitoring in supply chains: it’s time for companies to reconnect with their stakeholders.


Jury is currently Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Bergamo University (Bergamo, Italy), focusing his research on Sustainable Supply Chain Management. When developing their sustainable monitoring practices, managers should rely on stakeholder engagement for two main reasons: it facilitates the identification of relevant environmental and social goals; it provides the right capabilities for transparently evaluating, verifying and improving sustainability in supply chains.

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What does the future hold for brick and mortar stores? - Infosys Blogs

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TradeEdge – Demand Chain Management. Supply Chain Management. The Infosys global supply chain management blog enables leaner supply chains through process and IT related interventions. Discuss the latest trends and solutions across the supply chain management landscape. Main | Bricks and Clicks - The New Business Model and Supply Chain Capability for Retail Industry » What does the future hold for brick and mortar stores?