Zvi Drezner, Ryan Gelfand, Taly D. Drezner
Sensitivity of Large Scale Facility Location Solutions
Shaonan Tian, Xu Yang-Hartling
Is Greenhouse Gas Emission a New Player in Corporate Bankruptcy Prediction?
Jie McCardle, Dennis Krumwiede
Interfirm Cultural Compatibility and Communication in Supply Chain and Operations Performance
Yang Sun, Sohil Varshney
A Fast Heuristic for Segmented Technical Analysis to Support Trading Operations
Iddrisu Awudu, Anthony Asare, Eric Asa, Atif Osmanu, Vinay Gonela, Anthony Afful-Dadzie
Maximizing Profits in an Ethanol Supply Chain with Hedging Strategies
Yi Sun, Khadijeh Hassanlou
Equity Trading Server Allocation Using Chance Constrained Programming
Robert Saltzman, Stewart Liu, Theresa Roeder
Simulating Student Flow Through a University’s General Education Curriculum
Vafa Saboori-Deilami, Chang Seob Yeo
Paid Music Streaming: What Drives Customers’ Choice?
Ahmed Deif, Ahmed Mohib
A Typology to Understand Some Dynamics of Supply Chain Innovation Location
Pengtao Li, Jingyun Li
Operations of Museum Digitization: Case Studies Comparing China and the U.S.
Robert Aboolian, Emilio Carrizosa, Vanesa Guerrero, Jiamin Wang
Locating Service Facilities with Concave Variable Costs
Chaodong Han, Tobin Porterfield, Stella Tomasi
An Exploratory Examination of the Direct and Indirect Effects of Industry Competition on Manufacturing Inventories
Adelina Gnanlet, Min Choi, Shahin Davoudpour
Impediments to the Implementation of Healthcare Information Technology: A Systematic Literature Review
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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.