Publications

2017

  • Tan, A., Zhao, Y., and Halliday, T. (2017). “A Blockchain Model for Less Container Load Operations in China,” International Journal of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, forthcoming.
  • Devi, V. and Ghosh, D. (2017). The Sabar Shouchagar Project (Toilets for Everyone): Making Nadia District the First Open Defecation Free District in India. Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, forthcoming.
  • Sumantran,V., & Fine,C. and Gonsalvez, D., Faster, Smarter Greener – The Future of the Car and Urban Mobility. The MIT Press September 2017.

2016

  • Perez-Franco, R., Phadnis, S., Caplice, C., and Sheffi, S. (2016). “Rethinking supply chain strategy as a conceptual system,” International Journal of Production Economics, 182, 384-396.
  • Gonsalvez, D., & Inman, R. (2016). Supply chain shared-risk self-financing for incremental sales. The Engineering Economist, 61(1),23-43.
  • Tan, A and Mitra, S. (2016) ‘Food Malayan Berhad’s Intention to Grow Its Businesses ‘, South Asian Journal of Business and Management Cases, 5(1),72-81.
  • Phadnis, S., Caplice, C., & Sheffi, Y. (2016). “How scenario planning influences strategic decisions”, MIT Sloan Management Review, 57(4), 21-24
  • Gligor, D., Holcomb, M. & Feizabadi, J., (2016). An exploration of the strategic antecedents of firm supply chain agility: The role of a firm’s orientations; International Journal of Production Economics, 179, 24-34.
  • Vlachakis, N., Mihiotis, A., Pappis, C., & Lagoudis, I. (2016). A methodology for analyzing shipyards’ supply chains and optimizing supplier selection. Benchmarking: An International Journal, 23(2), forthcoming.

2015

  • Tan, A. and Mitra, S. (2015) ‘Order fulfilment process for a large online retail in Singapore’, Int. J. Automation and Logistics, 1(4),400-418.
  • Fatodu, O., & Gligor D.; Holcomb, M. ; Feizabadi, J. (2015). Implications of customer roles in engineer-to-order service supply chain. International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management, 22(3), 350-375.
  • Feizabadi, J., & Soroush, A. (2015). Contribution of supply chain to corporate strategy: A case study in agriculture machinery industry. International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management, 18(4), 473–499.
  • Gligor, D., & Esmark, C. (2015). Supply chain friends: The good, the bad, and the ugly, Business Horizons, 58(5), 517-525.
  • Gligor, D., Esmark, C., & Golgeci, I. (2015). Building international business theory: A grounded theory approach, Journal of International Business Studies, doi:10.1057/jibs.2015.35.
  • Gligor, D., Esmark, C., & Holcomb, M. (2015). Performance outcomes of supply chain agility: When should you be agile?. Journal of Operations Management, 33-34, 71-82.
  • Phadnis, S. (2015). Connecting supply chains to the internet of things. Supply Chain Frontiers.
  • Phadnis, S., Caplice, C., Sheffi, Y., & Singh, M. (2015). Effect of scenario planning on field experts’ judgment of long-range investment decisions. Strategic Management Journal, 36(9),1401-1411.
  • Tan, A., Hilmola, O., & Binh, K. (2015). Matching volatile demand with transportation services in Vietnam: A case study with Gemadept. Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, 28(1).

2014

  • Caplice, C. & Phadnis, S. (2014). A better approach to infrastructure planning. Harvard Business Review Blog Network.
  • Gligor, D. (2014). A cross-disciplinary examination of firm orientations’ performance outcomes: The role of supply chain flexibility. Journal of Business Logistics, 35(4), 281-298.
  • Gligor, D. (2014). The role of demand management in achieving supply chain agility. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 19(5/6), 577-591.
  • Gligor, D., & Holcomb, M. (2014). Antecedents and consequences of integrating logistics capabilities across the supply chain. Transportation Journal, 53(2), 211-234.
    Second-place 2013-14 Transportation Journal Paper Award
  • Gligor, D. & Holcomb, M. (2014). The road to supply chain agility: An RBV perspective on the role of logistics capabilities. International Journal of Logistics Management, 25(1), 160-179.
  • Gligor, D., & Holcomb, M. (2014). The role of logistics alliance orientation on forming the alliance structure. Journal of Transportation Management, 24(2), 45-61.
  • Lagoudis, I., Rice, J., & Salminen, J. (2014). Port investment strategies under uncertainty: The case of a Southeast Asian multipurpose port, The Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics, 30(3), 299-319.
  • Phadnis, S., Caplice, C., Singh, M., & Sheffi, Y. (2014). Axiomatic foundation and a structured process for developing firm-specific Intuitive Logics scenarios. Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 88, 122-139.
  • Tan, A., Zhao, Y., Zhang, D., & Hilmola, O. (2014). State of third party logistics providers in China, Industrial Management & Data Systems, 114(9), 1322-1343.
  • Theotokas, I., Lagoudis, I., & Kotsiopoulos, N. (2014). Leadership profiling of ocean going ship Masters. The Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics, 30(3), 321-343.

2013

  • Feizabadi, J. (2013). Gaining power through diversity. Automotive Logistics Magazine.
  • Feizabadi, J. (2013). Supply chain risk and reward for Malaysia’s automakers. Supply Chain Frontiers, (49).
  • Gligor, D., & Holcomb, M. (2013). The role of personal relationships in supply chains: An exploration of buyers and suppliers of logistics services, International Journal of Logistics Management, 24(3), 328-355.
  • Tan, A. (2013). Supply Chain Process Reengineering, Prentice Hall.