International Journal of Production Economics 2020
Assessment of pre and post-disaster supply chain resilience based on network structural parameters with CVaR as a risk measure.
The present study assesses supply chain resilience based on network structural parameters. Resilience is computed as a composite effect of density, centrality, connectivity, and network size of the network. A simulation-based approach is adopted, wherein networks of 23 firms operating in India are subjected to risk combinations of five mutually inclusive independent scenarios of probability levels and five mutually exclusive and exhaustive impact levels. The worst-case performance of the supply chain network when subjected to high impact and low probability risks is captured using conditional-value at risk (CVaR). Results reveal that the firm which has the lowest density and centrality and the highest connectivity and network size, exhibits the highest resilience. Whereas, the firm which has the highest density and high centrality due to an aggregation node exhibits the lowest resilience