Risques liés aux chaînes d’approvisionnement : réalité vécue et perceptions de la population du Québec

The COVID 19 pandemic and the invasion of Ukraine have created major disruptions in several critical sectors of our economies. These phenomena are increasingly making headlines and attracting the attention of policymakers here and elsewhere. Supply chain bottlenecks create stock-outs, fuel inflation and undermine economic recovery (Dudoit, Panot and Warin, 2021, Gerefi et al., 2022, Warin, 2022).

In Quebec, 80 % of manufacturers reported that they had faced supply chain problems and had to delay orders or increase prices (Manufacturiers et Exportateurs du Québec, 2022).

This has implications for consumers. How are these phenomena perceived and experienced by the Quebec population? To answer these questions, we surveyed the population on the issues related to supply chains. The data collection was conducted online from June 28 to July 4, 2022 with a sample of 1000 respondents representative of the Quebec population.

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