Supply Chain, Financial Management and Bloomberg Terminals

Sorin A. Tuluca, Xin Tan

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In this paper, we first identify a number of supply chain activities that require financial knowledge for value creating decision-making. We then recommend a set of financial concepts and techniques for supply chain professionals. In addition, we propose the use of Bloomberg terminals, with their extensive financial data, functions and analytical tools, as a solution for supply chain professionals to analyze the financial aspect of their decisions in an efficient way. In the end, we discuss the advantages and limitations of using Bloomberg terminals in financial management for supply chain professionals based on the authors experience in teaching with Bloomberg Terminals

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