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发布时间: 2023-09-03
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讲座人: 贾甫教授

主持人: 李勇建教授





贾甫,博士,现为英国约克大学管理学院供应链管理首席教授(Chair Professor)、BNVBusiness, Nature and Value)研究中心主任和可持续研究校级前沿学科带头人,欧洲运营管理学会执委会执行委员、担任期刊(International Journal of Operations and Production Management—IJOPMJournal of Purchasing and Supply Management—JPSM副主编、Journal of Operations Management编辑评审委员会成员,国际知名供应链和物流领域专家。在UTD24ABS4ABS3等高级别国际期刊上发表论文100余篇,他引总数达到6300余次,H-指数433篇第一作者论文入选ESI高被引论文,并撰写英文专著6篇。主持国际和国内科研项目17项,包含世界自然基金会项目、英国自然科学基金、牛顿基金、国家社会科学基金、教育部人文社科研究项目等。获得包括国际管理学会年会(AOM)运营与管理类最佳论文第二名等科研类奖项8项。



This study investigates the impact of the Chinese government's Level I emergency response policy on manufacturers’ stock market values. We empirically examine the roles of human resource dependence (labor intensity) and operational slack within the context of supply chain resilience. Through an event study of 1357 Chinese manufacturing companies, we find that the government's emergency response policy triggered statistically significant positive abnormal returns for manufacturers. However, we also find that there exists a negative impact on abnormal returns for manufacturers that are labor-intensive, giving rise to arguments based in resource dependence theory. In addition, the results indicate the positive role played by operational slack (e.g., financial and inventory slack) in helping manufacturers maintain operations and business continuity, effectively mitigating risks and adding to the manufacturers' resilience. With these findings, we contribute to operations and supply chain management by calling attention to the importance of human resource redundancy while at the same time identifying financial slack and inventory as supply chain resilience strategies that were able to mitigate pandemic-related risks.