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Duarte de Almeida, I., Cardoso-Grilo T & Harms, J. (2021). Shifting to Sustainable Management by implementing Blockchain technology in agri-food supply chains: hype or hope for SMEs. In Constantin Blome, Sam Roscoe (Ed.), Proceedings of 28th EurOMA Conference . (pp. 1-10). Berlin: EurOMA.
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I. C. Almeida et al.,  "Shifting to Sustainable Management by implementing Blockchain technology in agri-food supply chains: hype or hope for SMEs", in Proc. of 28th EurOMA Conf. , Constantin Blome, Sam Roscoe, Ed., Berlin, EurOMA, 2021, pp. 1-10
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@inproceedings{almeida2021_1657101668805,
	author = "Duarte de Almeida, I. and Cardoso-Grilo T and Harms, J.",
	title = "Shifting to Sustainable Management by implementing Blockchain technology in agri-food supply chains: hype or hope for SMEs",
	booktitle = "Proceedings of 28th EurOMA Conference ",
	year = "2021",
	editor = "Constantin Blome, Sam Roscoe",
	volume = "",
	number = "",
	series = "",
	pages = "1-10",
	publisher = "EurOMA",
	address = "Berlin",
	organization = "European Operations Management Association EurOMA",
	url = "https://www.euroma21.org/"
}
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TY  - CPAPER
TI  - Shifting to Sustainable Management by implementing Blockchain technology in agri-food supply chains: hype or hope for SMEs
T2  - Proceedings of 28th EurOMA Conference 
AU  - Duarte de Almeida, I.
AU  - Cardoso-Grilo T
AU  - Harms, J.
PY  - 2021
SP  - 1-10
SN  - 1111-1111
CY  - Berlin
UR  - https://www.euroma21.org/
AB  - Sustainability awareness and the food industry's challenges force agri-food companies to implement sustainable actions. Agri-food supply chain networks complexity/fragmentation are barriers to detect suppliers' unsustainable practices. Implementing traceability mechanisms allow identifying unsustainable links within supply chains, and Blockchain-technology (BCT) has been advocated as a truthful option. Through a case study, BCT drivers and challenges were addressed to evaluate BCT implementation success in a German organic food SME. Our findings show that SMEs faces two major decisions: how to facilitate network collaboration, and which data to capture in BCT. Additional challenges include data protection, data-input verification, interoperability, and BCT workers' skills.

(https://event.euroma2021.exordo.com/presentation/544/shifting-to-sustainable-management-by-implementing-blockchain-technology-in-the-food-supply-chain-hype-or-hope-for-smes)
ER  -