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Supply Chain Management

Mission Statement
The rise of global markets and increasingly virtual companies has focused both management and academic attention on competition among supply chains. The Supply Chain Management Department considers the operational challenges of managing product, information, and financial flows across organizations and customers. We seek papers that present leading-edge research on this rapidly evolving topic. The possible paper topics are vast " for example:

  • Inventory management
  • Supply chain coordination
  • Integrated supply chain planning
  • Sourcing relationships and strategy
  • Supply chain design and facility location
  • Organization of the supply chain function
  • Managing product variety in supply chains
  • Coordination of product and supply chain design
  • The role of information technology in supply chain coordination
  • Logistics, order fulfillment and distribution
  • Supply chain risk management
  • Channel management.

Manuscripts submitted for review will be expected to display both managerial relevance and scientific rigor. In particular, the problem studied must be firmly grounded in practice and must be motivated by issues faced by a firm or an industry. Research that deals with more than one entity is encouraged. Research focused on traditional operations topics such as shop floor scheduling, quality control, manufacturing flexibility will not be considered unless a compelling connection to supply chain management is provided. All research methods will be considered, but manuscripts must pass the highest standard of scientific rigor in terms of methods and analysis.

Departmental Editors
Professor Albert Ha
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Professor M. Eric Johnson
Vanderbilt University

Professor Vinod Singhal
Georgia Institute of Technology

Professor Jayashankar M. Swaminathan
University of North Carolina

Senior Editors
Gad Allon, Northwestern University
Metin Cakanyildirim, University of Texas at Dallas
Kyle Cattani, Indiana University
Gregpry A. DeCroix, University of Wisconsin
Vinayak Deshpande,University of North Carolina
Feryal Erhun, Stanford University
Steve Gilbert, University of Texas at Austin
Hans Heese, North Carolina State University
Manpreet Hora, Georgia Institute of Technology
Phil Kaminsky, University of California at Berkeley
Harish Krishnan, University of British Columbia
Guoming Lai, University of Texas at Austin
Manoj K. Malhotra, University of South Carolina
Douglas Morrice, University of Texas at Austin
Sriram Narayanan, Michigan State University
Ozalp Ozer, University of Texas at Dallas
Ali Parlakturk, University of North Carolina
Kumar Rajaram, UCLA
Saibal Ray, McGill University
Milind Sohoni, Indian School of Business
Greys Sosic, University of Southern California
Jeff Stratman, Texas Christian University
Doug Thomas, University of Virginia
Ulrich Thonemann, University of Cologne
Andy A. Tsay, Santa Clara University
Lauren Xiaoyuan Lu, University of North Carolina
Hongtao Zhang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Rachel Zhang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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