2021

  • Feizabadi J., Gligor D., & Alibakhshi S.M. (in press). “Strategic triple-A supply chains: a configurational perspective,” International Journal of Logistics Management.
  • Feizabadi J. & Alibakhshi S. (2021), “Synergistic effect of cooperation and coordination to enhance the firm’s supply chain adaptability and performance,” Benchmarking: An International Journal.
  • Feizabadi J., Gligor D., & Alibakhshi S. (2021). “Examining the synergistic effect of supply chain agility, adaptability, and alignment: A complementarity perspective,” Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, (forthcoming)
  • Phadnis S. (2021). “Agent-based modeling complements intuitive logics: A commentary on Lustick and Tetlock 2021,” Futures & Foresight Science, 78.
  • Phadnis S. (2021). “Advancing scenario planning theory: A commentary on Fergnani and Chermack, 2021,” Futures & Foresight Science, 72.
  • Phadnis S. & Darkow IL. (2021). “Scenario planning as a strategy process to foster supply chain adaptability: Theoretical framework and longitudinal case,” Futures & Foresight Science, 62.

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2014

  • Caplice C. & Phadnis S. (2014). “A better approach to infrastructure planning,” Harvard Business Review, July.
  • 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, 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 in ASEAN,” Automotive Logistics, December.
  • 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.

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