Risk management frameworks offer excellent tools to identify and manage risks in supply chains. Existing tools can be used to evaluate impacts of countermeasures, however, analysts struggle with modelling how disruptions escalate in complex supply chain systems within a certain amount of time and across several stakeholders. On the contrary, the resilience discipline offers the possibility to understand how a supply chain reacts to disruptions as a function of time. Hence, this paper integrates the concepts of resilience with risk management techniques and develops a risk based resilience assessment framework in a multi-actor context. Further, the framework is operationalized by developing a computer based tool that is tested in case of fruit import in Netherlands.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-16
JournalSupply Chain Forum
Publication statusPublished - 2018

    Research areas

  • Risk analysis, supply chain resilience, multi-actor analysis, resilience triangle, risk matrix, cost impact analysis

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