Karalli, S.M., and Flowers, A.D.
The JRP with Multiple Replenishment Sources and Fill Rates
Napier, Randall A. and Prater, Edmund
Supply Chain Inventory Replenishment: A Benefit Analysis Model
Hollingworth, David G and Ahmad, Sohel
An Empirical Examination of Product-Process Matrix Position and EDI Implementation
Presutti, William D, Jr.
Organization-Wide Variable Pay: The Missing Link in Managing the Value Chain
Gaur, Jighyasu and Bhattacharya, Sourabh
The relationship of Financial and Inventory performance of manufacturing firms in Indian Context
Assessing Information Technology Moderating Effects on Outsourcing Strategy and Inventory Levels in the Manufacturing Sector
Information Update and Risk Pooling in a Mixed Distribution Channel
Yourstone, Steven A, Kraye, S.H., Albaum, Gerald
Issues in Feedback on Student Performance: Timing & Type
Elimam, A. A., and Udayabhanu, V.
Optimal and Heuristic Production Planning in Battery Manufacturing
Wenge Zhu and Henry C. Co
One Size Fits All or Customized? – RFID Solution Provider’s Decisions
Yuanjie He and Abolhassan Halati
Reverse Logistic Product Pricing Decision in a Supply Chain with Substitutable Product and Random Yield
Kunpeng Li, Qin Geng, and Bin Shao
Warranty Designs and Brand Reputation Analysis in a Duopoly
John C. Yi, Ming Zhou, and Taeho Park
An exploratory study to improve sales operations when selling multiple prescription drugs
Zinovy Radovilsky and Vishwanath Hegde
Identifying and Analyzing Quality in Supply Chain
Ardavan Asef-Vaziri, Ali Behnezhad, Dan Middleton, and Mansour Rahimi
A Study of Truck Collisions with Focus on California SR-60
Harish C Bahl and Neelam Bahl
A Diagnostic Approach to Scheduling
Total Experience as a Dimension of Quality in Services - A Study in the Health Care Industry
Coordinating Shipments from Multiple Supplier Locations in a Capacitated Staging Environment
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.