2010 BP Oil Spill and the Systemic Construct of the Gulf Coast Shrimp Supply Chain
Management and International Business
On April 20, 2010, the blast on the rig Deepwater Horizon, and the ensuing disaster known as the BP oil spill, has disrupted the Gulf Coast Shrimp supply chain. Six elements of the systemic supply and demand side of that supply chain are identified and discussed. On the supply side are shrimpers, processors, wholesalers, retailers, and restaurants. On the demand side is the consumer. Qualitative investigative methods shed light upon the systemic practice within the gulf coast shrimp industry in the United States.
Systemic Practice and Action Research
Duhon, D. L.,
Peyrefitte, J. A.
(2012). 2010 BP Oil Spill and the Systemic Construct of the Gulf Coast Shrimp Supply Chain. Systemic Practice and Action Research, 25(3), 233-240.
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