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Supply Chain Management

Guide to sources for supply chain management research

Data Sources

  1. CAPS Research

    Publishes SCM research studies including: Benchmarking Reports, Critical Issues Reports, Focus Studies, and Practix (cases). Requires free registration to access the reports.
  2. Freight Data and Statistics (U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics)

    Points to freight statistics, reports, and resources from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics and links out to resources from other agencies.
  3. Institute for Supply Management 

    Issues the monthly ISM Report on Business which gathers data on new orders and backlogs, production, employment, deliveries, and inventories. Also puts out the JP Morgan Global PMI Report which tracks the PMI (Purchasing Manager Index). 
  4. Manufacturing & Trade Inventories & Sales Reports (U.S. Census Bureau)

    Publishes data monthly on manufacturing, retail, and wholesale inventories and sales.

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