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Supply Chain

Supply Chain Resources at MSU:

If articles about supply chain design and management are needed, the Sprague Library will be able to help out.  The library has a fine collection of scholarly journals and trade journals that can be accessed from the Articles & Databases page of this guide.  Here you'll find the likes of ABI/Inform, Business Source Premier and other business databases that will lead to articles like the one below:

Lambert, D. M. (2004).  The Eight Essential Supply Chain Management Processes.  Supply Chain Management Review, 8(6), 18-26.

If supply chain data is needed, the Sprague Library does not currently have any resources that can help.
However, the Bloomberg Terminals in the School of Business do.  Use the SPLC command to map business relationships across suppliers, customers and competitors for companies globally.

Bloomberg Code:  SPLC

Bloomberg Terminals are available to current students in the School of Business.
Please contact your department for information about access.


Supply Chain Resources at Other Nearby Libraries:

If you're willing to go to them in person
(remote access is limited to their students, faculty and staff),
the libraries below have other tools that contain supply chain information.

Rutgers University Libraries:

  • MarketLine.
  • IBISWorld.

The David and Lorraine Cheng Library at William Paterson University:

  • IBISWorld.
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