Date of Publication

2019

Document Type

Master's Thesis

Subject Categories

Accounting

College

Ramon V. Del Rosario College of Business

Department/Unit

Accountancy

Abstract/Summary

In the light of increasing global competition and firms’ respond increasingly to global competitive pressures by becoming more global themselves determine the importance of strategic supply chain. Numerous cases of organizational convergence and adaption of supply chain strategies and best practices are widely publicized for the last several years. Thus, the paper creates interest towards the effect of strategic supply chain management on firm value as mediated by financial ratios and as moderated by firm characteristics among publicly listed industrial corporations in the Philippines. Literatures presented mixed results regarding the effects between the chosen variables. Therefore, the paper applied explanatory research design. The paper used total enumeration sampling method to include 44 companies after disqualifying firms with incomplete data and negative cash conversion cycle results. The paper analyzed the annual reports and audited financial statements for the year 2017 of the said firms. Hence, there were total of 484 observations. Furthermore, the paper used PLS-SEM to conduct the study. Originally, the paper established that there is no effect of strategic supply chain management on firm value while the effect of strategic supply chain management on firm value is not mediated nor moderated at all

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Language

English

Format

Electronic

Keywords

Business logistics

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4-24-2022

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