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Supply chain disputes: lessons from war and peace

Katherine Hope Gurun of JAMS draws lessons from her own experience to give advice on preventing and resolving supply chain disputes in times of pandemic and war.

The pandemic has substantially affected how goods are manufactured and delivered. The combined impacts of climate change, the war in Ukraine and sanctions against Russia are seriously threatening the world’s food and energy supplies, as well as many industries, including construction. While global construction often faces supply chain issues, the proliferation of just-in-time inventory management has resulted in significantly more shortages, breaches of contract and disputes.

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