• ISSN: 2010-0248 (Print)
    • Abbreviated Title: Int. J. Innov.  Manag. Technol.
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IJIMT 2023 Vol.14(2): 52-58
doi: 10.18178/ijimt.2023.14.2.937

Proposed Solutions after COVID-19 for Supply Chains

Atour Taghipour*, Xiaowen Lu, Dary’a Chertenko, and Raould Bassane

Abstract—The article is devoted to the analysis of the consequences and effects of the pandemic on the development of international trade in the context of the COVID-19, as well as the problems faced by supply chains and their severe transformation in the current environment. One of the key solutions to the normalization of supply chains is information and communication technologies, which are an integral part of innovation. This article includes an analysis of the literature on the subject and examines the various challenges that supply chains face on a daily basis. Moreover, a comparative analysis of scientific articles was carried out in order to analyze how the development of information and communication technologies and their implementation can facilitate and systematize logistics at the regional and international levels.

Index Terms—Supply chains, international trade, COVID-19, logistics, import-export

The authors are with Normandy University, France. E-mail: Xiaowen.lu@univ-lehavre.fr (X.L.), darya.chertenko@univ-lehavre.fr (D.C.), raould.bassane@univ-lehavre.fr (R.B.)
*Correspondence: atour.taghipour@univ-lehavre.fr (A.T.)


Cite: Atour Taghipour*, Xiaowen Lu, Dary’a Chertenko, and Raould Bassane, "Proposed Solutions after COVID-19 for Supply Chains," International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 52-58, 2023.

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