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A contingency model of supply chain relationship quality and performance

Fynes, Brian and De Burca, Sean and Marshall, D. and Ennis, Sean (2004) A contingency model of supply chain relationship quality and performance. In: 13th annual international purchasing and supply education and research association conference, 2004-04-04 - 2004-04-07. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

This paper shows a contingency model of supply chain relationship quality and performance. It was presented at the 13th annual international purchasing and supply education and research association conference in 2004.