Muzaffar, Asif and Deng, Shiming
Tradeoff Ordering Policy and Decision biased Newsvendor with Uncertain Demand
Supply Chain Capital Flows Management of Fortune 500 Manufacturing and Retail Companies: A Comparison
Fahmi, Sameh M. and Hollingworth, David G.
Revisiting the Roots of JIT and LEAN Manufacturing
Managing Supplier to Customer Direct Service Triads in Service Supply Chains – A Case Study
Yi, John C.
Predictive Analytics for Students’ Quantitative Class Performance and Its Impact on Classroom Operations
Park, Hyun-woo, Jun, Seung-Pyo and Kim, Sang-Gook
A Comparative Study on Methods of Income Approach to Technology Valuation
Raafat, Feraidoon and Grudnitski, Gary
A Case Analysis on Productivity Improvement: Reducing Operating Costs by Increasing Efficiency at a Flora Company
Makani-Lim, Betty Dee and Lim, Felix Chan
Yield Prediction As a Factor in Productivity Management of Semiconductor Process
Krishnan, Krishnan K., Mirzaei, Shokoufeh and Pachaimuthu, Sathya Madhan Solaimuthu
Risk Based Worker Allocation
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Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Management (JSCOM) (ISSN: 2167-7115) is a double blind peer reviewed scholarly journal established in 2003 and listed in the Cabell's Directory of Refereed Publications. The main purpose of JSCOM is to provide a place for sharing original applied and theoretical research in supply chain and operations management (broadly defined). The Journal has evolved as an innovative publication for scholars and practitioners to exchange their ideas and results in integrated and interdisciplinary research, teaching, and practice of supply chain and operations management with both empirical and analytical approaches. In addition to papers that are focused on sourcing, operations, logistics, and integrated supply chains, we also welcome submissions of papers that work on supply chain interfaces with marketing, accounting, finance, human capital management, information systems, business analytics, industrial & systems engineering, technology management, new product development, strategic planning, leadership, international trade, and global management.