O PAPEL MODERADOR DO HORIZONTAL COMPLEXIDADE NA DEPENDÊNCIA DE FORNECEDORES – DESEMPENHO FINANCEIRO

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Armando Balloni
Marconi Viana
Loise Baginski
Matheus Moura
Elaine Barbosa Couto

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Este estudo examina o efeito moderador da complexidade horizontal de uma empresa focal na relação entre dependência de fornecedores e desempenho financeiro da empresa focal. Com base na Economia dos Custos de Transação (ECT) e na Teoria da Dependência de Recursos (TDR), propomos um modelo refinado que integra essas perspectivas teóricas para explorar a interação estratégica entre o gerenciamento de fornecedores e a configuração da cadeia de suprimentos. Nós utilizamos o Bloomberg SPLC para coletar um conjunto de dados sobre dependências da cadeia de suprimentos em empresas de tecnologia dos EUA e obter os resultados. Aplicamos modelos de efeitos fixos para avaliar como a dependência de fornecedores e a complexidade horizontal impactam o desempenho financeiro, controlando por fatores específicos da empresa. Nossos resultados revelam que a complexidade horizontal modera significativamente a relação positiva entre a dependência de fornecedores e o desempenho financeiro, sugerindo que empresas com maior diversidade na base de fornecedores podem alavancar sua dependência de fornecedores de maneira mais eficaz para aprimorar os resultados financeiros. Esta pesquisa contribui para a literatura de gestão estratégica e cadeia de suprimentos, fornecendo evidências empíricas sobre os efeitos condicionais das relações com fornecedores no desempenho da empresa, destacando a importância do gerenciamento da complexidade horizontal na otimização desses efeitos. O estudo oferece insights valiosos para os profissionais sobre o equilíbrio estratégico entre dependência de fornecedores e estrutura da cadeia de suprimentos para alcançar um desempenho financeiro superior.

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BALLONI, A.; VIANA, M.; BAGINSKI, L.; MOURA, M.; COUTO, E. B. O PAPEL MODERADOR DO HORIZONTAL COMPLEXIDADE NA DEPENDÊNCIA DE FORNECEDORES – DESEMPENHO FINANCEIRO. Boletim de Conjuntura (BOCA), Boa Vista, v. 18, n. 52, p. 271–294, 2024. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.11157516. Disponível em: https://revista.ioles.com.br/boca/index.php/revista/article/view/4053. Acesso em: 19 maio. 2024.
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