We can leave the economic theory and philosophizing for another day. Clearly, it’s valuable – much of what occupies the daily toils of the typical procurement or supply chain manager is directly tied to the broader trade of goods, services and ideas, and ultimately, the pursuit of profit and returns based on the collective set of activities. But today, it’s equally as important to consider the “Non-Invisible Hand” and how it impacts our priorities and overall goals.
Economic and Policy Supply Chain: The “Non-Invisible Hand” [PRO]
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