(1/6) ++UPDATE++ President Biden's #EO on #American #SupplyChains is out: whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/…. The EO includes 100-day #supplychain reviews & sectoral #supplychain assessments to be compiled within 1 year
(2/6) The sectoral #supplychain assessments can be interpreted as a #WholeofNation approach to geo-economic risk assessment - and thus constitute a formidable methodological challenge ImageImage
(3/6) #Allies and partners play a role in the #EO but it seems that the details remain to be discussed Image
(4/6) As I will argue in a forthcoming paper for the #ISFB2020 report by @CASSIS_Bonn #supplychainmanagement should be a strategic #transatlantic priority as #supplychain interoperability is the geo-economic equivalent of defense interoperability
(5/6) Interoperability & sustainability require #transparency. But companies cannot be "ordered" to increase transparency over night. As argued with @CarstenJaekel combining #data with #liquidity creates an important but underexploited incentive
(6/6) This proposal to combine #data and #liquidity to advance #transparency is all the more important as the #supplychain #EO hints at the role of "access to financing" as one instrument to advance supply chain resilience (end) cc @peteraltmaier Image

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4 Jun 20
@henryfarrell & @ANewman_forward make the case that "not all firms suppliers, or countries are equally risky and that it may be better to build in #redundancy for possible bottlenecks than to cut them away entirely." They also refer to the following papers
@helper_susan presents the idea of "total value contribution" encouraging "#supplychain managers to first consider how decisions affect #value #drivers, bevore they even consider costs."
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