Welcome! This guide is designed to help you locate research resources about supply chain management. Use the tabs to the left to navigate between different types of resources.
If you need further assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to a URI librarian via the contact information on this page.
Just getting started on understanding supply chain management? These general business reference resources will help you learn the terminology and basic concepts involved.
Looking to do more in-depth research about supply chain management? The URI Libraries offer many books which take a highly detailed look at supply chain management or some component of it. To learn more about how to discover books at the URI Libraries, be sure to check out our Getting Started @ The Libraries guide.
To locate books specifically about supply chain management, conduct a subject search in the URI Libraries Search for any of the following subjects:
These subject headings can also be combined with keywords related to your topic for more specific results.
Not sure where to start? Browse the selected books presented below.
Looking to find the most current research about supply chain management, or to do historical research about it? The URI Libraries offer access to many databases that can be used to find those materials. To learn more about how to discover journal or newspaper articles through the URI Libraries, be sure to check out our Getting Started @ The Libraries guide.
Not sure which databases to use? Browse the selected list below.
Still looking for more information about supply chain management? Below you'll find a list of internet resources related to the subject.
Looking to find scholarly articles about supply chain management from specific journals? The contents of many peer-reviewed business journals can be browsed directly through the URI Libraries. To learn more about the difference between scholarly and popular articles, be sure to check out our Getting Started @ The Libraries guide.
Browse the list below to find a sampling of scholarly business journals that offer content related to supply chain management.
Created by David Bernardo, 4/20.
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