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Role of power in supply chain performance : evidence from agribusiness SMEs in Uganda

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Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of power on supply chain performance (SCP) in the context of small and medium sized agribusiness enterprises (SMEs). Contrary to most of previous studies, which collect and analyze data from one side of a relationship dyad using a focal firm approach, a matched triad approach was employed in data collection and analysis. Design/methodology/approach - Empirical data was collected from 150 agribusiness supply chain members from the maize supply chain in Uganda. Analysis was done using multi-group analysis and structural equations modeling. Findings - Results highlight the differences in the perception of power use and how it influences SCP. The differences in perception suggest the existence of power asymmetry amongst supply chain members. This work contributes to the ongoing debate concerning the use of triad as a unit of analysis as opposed to a firm or a dyad. Research limitations/implications - This study only focused on one commodity chain in one country, which can limit the broad application of the findings. Originality/value - The novelty of this work lies in fact that the authors assess perception of power amongst supply chain members in a triadic context, a perspective that has not been adequately tested in agribusiness supply chain management studies before.
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Power, supply chain performance, agribusiness SMEs, Uganda, Structural equations modelling, RELATIONSHIP QUALITY, RELATIONSHIP COMMITMENT, INNOVATION CAPACITY, SMALL FIRMS, MANAGEMENT, SATISFACTION, OPERATIONS, TRUST, PARTNERSHIPS, PERCEPTIONS

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Odongo, Walter, Manoj Kumar Dora, Adrienn Molnar, et al. “Role of Power in Supply Chain Performance : Evidence from Agribusiness SMEs in Uganda.” JOURNAL OF AGRIBUSINESS IN DEVELOPING AND EMERGING ECONOMIES 7.3 (2017): 339–354. Print.
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Odongo, W., Dora, M. K., Molnar, A., Ongeng, D., & Gellynck, X. (2017). Role of power in supply chain performance : evidence from agribusiness SMEs in Uganda. JOURNAL OF AGRIBUSINESS IN DEVELOPING AND EMERGING ECONOMIES, 7(3), 339–354.
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Odongo, Walter, Manoj Kumar Dora, Adrienn Molnar, Duncan Ongeng, and Xavier Gellynck. 2017. “Role of Power in Supply Chain Performance : Evidence from Agribusiness SMEs in Uganda.” Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies 7 (3): 339–354.
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Odongo, Walter, Manoj Kumar Dora, Adrienn Molnar, Duncan Ongeng, and Xavier Gellynck. 2017. “Role of Power in Supply Chain Performance : Evidence from Agribusiness SMEs in Uganda.” Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies 7 (3): 339–354.
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Odongo W, Dora MK, Molnar A, Ongeng D, Gellynck X. Role of power in supply chain performance : evidence from agribusiness SMEs in Uganda. JOURNAL OF AGRIBUSINESS IN DEVELOPING AND EMERGING ECONOMIES. 2017;7(3):339–54.
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W. Odongo, M. K. Dora, A. Molnar, D. Ongeng, and X. Gellynck, “Role of power in supply chain performance : evidence from agribusiness SMEs in Uganda,” JOURNAL OF AGRIBUSINESS IN DEVELOPING AND EMERGING ECONOMIES, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 339–354, 2017.
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  abstract     = {Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of power on supply chain performance (SCP) in the context of small and medium sized agribusiness enterprises (SMEs). Contrary to most of previous studies, which collect and analyze data from one side of a relationship dyad using a focal firm approach, a matched triad approach was employed in data collection and analysis. 
Design/methodology/approach - Empirical data was collected from 150 agribusiness supply chain members from the maize supply chain in Uganda. Analysis was done using multi-group analysis and structural equations modeling. 
Findings - Results highlight the differences in the perception of power use and how it influences SCP. The differences in perception suggest the existence of power asymmetry amongst supply chain members. This work contributes to the ongoing debate concerning the use of triad as a unit of analysis as opposed to a firm or a dyad. 
Research limitations/implications - This study only focused on one commodity chain in one country, which can limit the broad application of the findings. 
Originality/value - The novelty of this work lies in fact that the authors assess perception of power amongst supply chain members in a triadic context, a perspective that has not been adequately tested in agribusiness supply chain management studies before.},
  author       = {Odongo, Walter and Dora, Manoj Kumar and Molnar, Adrienn and Ongeng, Duncan and Gellynck, Xavier},
  issn         = {2044-0839},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF AGRIBUSINESS IN DEVELOPING AND EMERGING ECONOMIES},
  keywords     = {Power,supply chain performance,agribusiness SMEs,Uganda,Structural equations modelling,RELATIONSHIP QUALITY,RELATIONSHIP COMMITMENT,INNOVATION CAPACITY,SMALL FIRMS,MANAGEMENT,SATISFACTION,OPERATIONS,TRUST,PARTNERSHIPS,PERCEPTIONS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {339--354},
  title        = {Role of power in supply chain performance : evidence from agribusiness SMEs in Uganda},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/jadee-09-2016-0066},
  volume       = {7},
  year         = {2017},
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