Civilian-Military Integration in Ukrainian Defense Supply Chain


  • Myroslava Kushnir Ukrainian Catholic University Author
  • Anna Nagurney Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst Author
  • Renata Konrad The Business School Worcester Polytechnic Institute Author


This research delves into the intricacies of the Ukrainian military’s supply chain during the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian war, with a specific focus on the significant role played by the civilian population in supporting the armed forces. Termed a defense supply chain, our study employs a multilevel model encompassing logistical, informational, and financial dimensions to elucidate the multifaceted levels within the defense supply chain network. Key actors identified include manufacturers, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), donors, and conscripts. The study sheds light on the vulnerabilities in the flow of goods in the defense supply chain. A resilient defense supply chain relies on efficient NGO communication and the crucial alignment of donor income growth with escalating resource prices.


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Kushnir, M., Nagurney, A., & Konrad, R. . (2024). Civilian-Military Integration in Ukrainian Defense Supply Chain. ISCRAM Proceedings, 21.

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