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Table 1 Factors affecting supply chain coordination

From: Determinants of supply chain coordination of milk and dairy industries in Ethiopia: a case of Addis Ababa and its surroundings

Major factors Researchers
Harmonization of conflict Achrol and Gregory (1999), Carson Stephen et al. (1999), Gundlach et al. (1995), Houston and Johnson (2000), Jap Sandy and Ganesan (2000), Lusch and Brown (1996), Maloni and Benton (2000), Poppo and Zenger (2002), Johnson Jean (1999)
Alliance James and Ronchi (2002), Iyer (1998), Tsay and Agrawal (2000), Cao et al. (2008)
Quantity flexibility Lariviere (1999), Fugate et al. (2010), Eppen and Iyer (1997), Tsay (1999), Bassok and Anupindi (1997)
Behavioral obstacle Chopra and Meindl (2004), Himanshu et al. (2012)
Decentralized decision Zimmer (2002), Sahin and Robinson (2002), Towill et al. (1992)
Information sharing Chen (1998), Gavirneni et al. (1999), Dejonck et al. (2004), Ferguson and Ketzenberg (2006), Bourland et al. (1996), Achrol and Gregory (1999), Carson Stephen et al. (1999)
Mutual benefit Gundlach et al. (1995), Houston and Johnson (2000), Jap Sandy and Ganesan (2000), Lusch and Brown (1996), Maloni and Benton (2000), Poppo and Zenger (2002), Johnson Jean (1999)
Collaboration relationships McLaren et al. (2002), Walter et al. (2001)
Incentives Sahin and Robinson (2002), Simatupang and Sridharan (2002), Himanshu et al. (2012)
Quantity discount Chopra and Meindl (2004), Himanshu et al. (2012), Haghighat (2008), Iyer (1998), Tsay and Agrawal (2000), Cao et al. (2008)
Organizational interdependencies Xu and Beamon (2006)
Price fluctuation Chopra and Meindl (2004), Himanshu et al. (2012)
Cross functional team Lambert and Cooper (2000), Whang (1995)
New product development Hilletofth and Eriksson (2011), Cheng and Shiu (2008), Cooper et al. (2004), Droge et al. (2008), Hamm and Symonds (2006), Anderson and Narus (1990), Cachon and Lariviere (2005), Bianchi and Saleh (2010)
Trust Arshinder and Deshmukh (2007), Singh (2011)