Supply Chain Integrity

Combating the impact of product counterfeiting

Spink, J., Helferich, O. K., & Griggs, J. E. (2010). Combating the impact of product counterfeiting: defining the growing risk to supply chain cost and service performance. Distribution Business Management Journal, 10(1), 60-64. http://www.dcenter.com/images/dbm-journals/2010-10-Journal.pdf

A case study of melamine as a counterfeit food product additive in Chinese human and animal food supply chain networks

Mace, R. R. (2009). A case study of melamine as a counterfeit food product additive in Chinese human and animal food supply chain networks. The global counterfeit food market is estimated at approximately US $49 billion. European Union Customs reported a 200% increase in food-related counterfeit seizures over the past several years, and the UK’s Food Standards …

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Africa’s counterfeit pharmaceutical epidemic: the road ahead

Fenoff, R. S., & Wilson, J. M. (2009). Africa’s counterfeit pharmaceutical epidemic: the road ahead. Widespread infectious diseases coupled with pervasive poverty make the developing countries on the African continent particularly vulnerable to harm from counterfeit drugs, which now constitute more than 30 percent of all medicines sold in Africa, including up to 70 percent of drugs sold in …

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Charting the course: the roles and responsibilities of ocean-going transportation intermediaries in the distribution of counterfeit goods

Kennedy, J. P., & Wilson, J. M. (2015). Charting the course: the roles and responsibilities of ocean going transportation intermediaries in the distribution of counterfeit goods. A version of this research was published as Kennedy, J. P., & Wilson, J. M. (2017). Liabilities and responsibilities: Ocean transportation intermediaries (OTIs) and the distribution of counterfeit goods. …

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Counterfeit parts in the U.S. Department of Defense supply chain

Sullivan, B. A., & Wilson, J. M. (2016). Counterfeit parts in the U.S. Department of Defense supply chain. Counterfeits in the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) supply chain threaten national security by compromising critical military operations and placing the lives of military service members at risk. These counterfeits are difficult to identify and are reported …

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A supply chain management perspective on mitigating the risks of counterfeit products

Dreyfus, D. M., Heinonen, J. A., & Kinghorn, R. (2013). A supply chain management perspective on mitigating the risks of counterfeit products. Supply chain management can be the first step for preventing product counterfeiting. This Backgrounder addresses how stakeholders in a supply chain can mitigate and prevent this crime by moving towards a more comprehensive purchasing …

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Towards a more proactive approach to brand protection: Development of the Organisational Risk Assessment for Product Counterfeiting (ORAPC)

Kennedy, J. P., Wilson, J. M., & Labrecque, R. (2017). Towards a more proactive approach to brand protection: Development of the Organisational Risk Assessment for Product Counterfeiting (ORAPC) . Global Crime. doi:10.1080/17440572.2017.1313733  Through an adaptation of a terrorism risk assessment model, this article develops an initial proactive product counterfeiting risk assessment that is designed to …

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