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308436962 Service supply chains: a customer perspective.  
Given the central role of customers in services, it is striking that the predominant view of service supply chain management is primarily based on the perspective of the organization. In...
308436961 An attribution approach to consumer evaluations in logistics customer service failure situations.  
The primary goal of this study is to investigate the roles of expectations and purchase criticality on consumers' brand perceptions and attribution behaviors in service delivery failures....
308436960 Customer roles in service supply chains and opportunities for innovation.  
This article conceptualizes service supply chains according to the Unified Service Theory, which defines services as bidirectional supply chains that have customers both providing resources to and...
308436959 Service supply management structure in offshore outsourcing.  
This research examines the relationship between strategy and structure in the highly complex services offshore outsourcing environment. The analysis uses data from the in-depth case studies of six...
308436958 Service supply chains: introducing the special topic forum.  
This article introduces the Special Topic Forum (STF) on Service Supply Chains (SSC). A fundamental purpose of the STF is to more clearly define the field of SSC research and to provide conceptual...
302115386 Linking supply chain management superiority to multifaceted firm financial performance.  
Research has shown that superior supply chain effectiveness can yield enhanced firm financial performance. However, existing research does not use a consistent definition or a comprehensive list...
302115385 Drivers of relationship quality in logistics outsourcing in China.  
Given that an increasing number of companies outsource their logistics activities to third-party logistics providers (3PLs), managing logistics outsourcing relationships has become a critical...
302115384 The intersection of power, trust and supplier network size: implications for supplier performance.  
This paper examines the intersecting effects of power, trust and supplier network size on five dimensions of supplier performance (delivery, quality, cost, innovation and flexibility). When...
302115383 Engagement in environmental behaviors among supply chain management employees: an organizational support theoretical perspective.  
While environmental management is an important topic in supply chain management, there is little theoretical understanding of how firm practices (supervisory support, rewards, and training) relate...
302115382 Why the world suddenly cares about global supply chains.  
The global value chain (GVC) concept has gained popularity as a way to analyze the international expansion and geographical fragmentation of contemporary supply chains and value creation and...
302115381 The geography of global supply chains: evidence from third-party logistics.  
Global supply chains have a distinct geography that involves the dimensions of production, distribution and consumption. This geography, at the heart of many sourcing strategies, is often...
302115380 Supply chain logistics, trade facilitation and international trade: a macroeconomic policy view.  
Trade facilitation (TF) is the rubric that covers the research and policy analysis on impediments to global sourcing and multinational supply chains that are not the traditional border barriers...
302115379 Global supply chains: other voices.  
289217552 The effects of strategic supplier selection on buyer competitive performance in matched domains: does supplier integration mediate the relationships?  
This research examines whether the strategic selection of suppliers based on supplier new product development capability, supplier quality capability and supplier cost capability directly and/or...
289217551 Who owns the customer? Disentangling customer loyalty in indirect distribution channels.  
Increasing levels of vertical competition make the possession of end customers' loyalty an issue of major concern for brand manufacturers and distributors alike. While we can rely on a solid...
289217550 Operational governance in horizontal cooperations of logistics service providers: performance effects and the moderating role of cooperation complexity.  
Various market challenges have led logistics service providers (LSPs) to engage in horizontal cooperations with each other, while maintaining their general legal independence. As an...
289217549 Tapping supplier innovation.  
Tapping supplier innovation necessitates the effective management of the frizzy front end of the new product development (NPD) process. This study considers the role of suppliers in the fuzzy...
289217548 Humanitarian and disaster relief supply chains: a matter of life and death.  
With an increasing number of disasters disrupting commerce and community life around the world, it is timely to position humanitarian and disaster relief supply chains (HDRSC) within the broad...
289217547 Grounding supply chain management in resource - advantage theory: in defense of a resource - based view of the firm.  
This article addresses the issues regarding the usefulness of the resource-advantage (R-A) theory of competition for supply chain management research that are raised in commentaries by Barney...
289217546 A demand-side perspective on supply chain management.  
When and how can supply chain management (SCM) be a source of long-term competitive advantage for the firm? We revisit and update arguments recently advanced by Hunt and Davis (2008) in this...
289217545 Purchasing, supply chain management and sustained competitive advantage: the relevance of resource-based theory.  
Contrary to Ramsay's (2001) conclusion and Hunt and Davis's (2008) positioning of their recent article, resource-based theory suggests that purchasing and supply chain management will often have...
280093333 Special topic forum on innovation in business Networks from a supply chain perspective.  
280093332 Reference prices as determinants of business-to-business price negotiation outcomes: an empirical perspective from the chemical industry.  
Price negotiations in supply chain relationships often take place during annual pricing reviews. This study integrates transaction cost economics and reference price thinking from consumer...
280093331 Supply chain-wide consequences of transaction risks and their contractual solutions: towards an extended transaction cost economics framework.  
How supply chain actors manage their exposure to both supply- and demand-side risks is a topic that has been insufficiently examined within the transaction cost economics (TCE) literature. TCE...
280093330 Peeking inside the black box: toward an understanding of supply chain collaboration dynamics.  
Supply chain collaboration is a vital dynamic capability--one that can deliver differential performance. Yet, few managers comprehend the nuanced complexities involved in assessing heterogeneously...
280093329 The role of personal relationships in facilitating supply chain communications: a qualitative study.  
While the importance of communication between companies within the supply chain has been well established in the literature, a number of gaps remain pertaining to how individual-level employee...
280093328 Organizational structure, entrepreneurial orientation and trait preference in transportation brokerage firms.  
This article presents the results of an inductive, multiple-case study of the transportation brokerage industry. Insights from the organizational behavior and entrepreneurship literature help to...
272486131 Low-cost country sourcing competence: a conceptual framework and empirical analysis.  
The world has observed an increase in international trade and a substantial strengthening of emerging markets over the last decades. This trend stresses the importance of global sourcing research...
272486130 How to demonstrate rigor when presenting grounded theory research in the supply chain management literature.  
Researchers have found that supply chain management (SCM) studies that employ inductive approaches lack a common structure and often fail to adequately describe their research process and...
272486129 Domestic supplier integration in the Chinese automotive industry: the buyer's perspective.  
This paper presents the results of an empirical analysis of the current practices of, and key challenges to, domestic supplier integration in the Chinese automotive industry from the...
272486128 A tale of two partnerships: socialization in the development of buyer-supplier relationships.  
We contribute to the emerging literature on the role of socialization in developing buyer-supplier relationships. We conduct a dyadic, multiple-informant based, longitudinal study of the...
272486127 On the importance of good questions and empirically grounded theorizing.  
The absence of significant and counter-intuitive findings is oftentimes considered a troubling weakness of a doctoral dissertation; and more in general of any piece of research. I suggest that...
272486126 Why there is no "insignificance" for a relevant question.  
Defining the Ph.D. research topic is a non-trivial task, and will influence a young scholar's career way beyond the actual defence of the thesis. This note makes a case for allowing the research...
272486125 Findings sweet and sour.  
This essay deals with statistical significance and counterintuitive findings. It highlights techniques to avoid the failure of research projects, and in particular of those in international...
272486124 The reviewers hated it! What to do when your results don't add up.  
This essay explores the reasons why studies with non-significant results often do not get published, by looking back on a subset of submissions from the past 15 years. Suggestions are then...
272486123 Is the supply chain management file drawer empty?  
This essay examines what is in a sense a failed project, and builds on that failure to hopefully stimulate fresh thinking on how we do supply chain management (SCM) research. The initial aim of...
264366295 Best Reviewer Awards - 2010.  
264366294 Best Associate Editor Awards -- 2010.  
264366293 The flexibility of logistics service providers and its impact on customer loyalty: an empirical study.  
The use of logistics outsourcing and the degree of competition in the logistics service industry have significantly increased over the past decade. In order to reach and maintain an important role...
264366292 Managing the supplier--supplier interface in product development: the moderating role of technological newness.  
When developing products such as computers, machinery and automobiles, interdependent components developed by different first-tier suppliers must fit together and perform as expected in the...
264366291 Coping with time pressure and knowledge sharing in buyer-supplier relationships.  
Increasingly, suppliers are being tasked to spend large amounts of time with strategic customers in order to promote effective knowledge sharing and coordination between supply chain members....
264366290 Questions to consider when selecting student samples.  
Researchers often face strong opposition to the use of student samples in laboratory studies. Rather than eschewing this methodology, it is useful to consider theoretical scope (universalistic...
264366289 The usefulness of behavioral laboratory experiments in supply chain management research.  
Behavioral supply chain management emphasizes the use of controlled laboratory experiments as a valid research methodology. This article discusses control, efficiency and responsiveness as unique...
264366288 The vignette in a scenario-based role-playing experiment.  
A scenario-based role-playing experiment is well suited for research seeking to understand how and why operations and supply chain managers, when dealing with complex issues, form their judgments...
264366287 Rigor in behavioral experiments: a basic primer for supply chain management researchers.  
The study of the nuances of human behavior in supply chain management (SCM) contexts and the behavioral reactions that accompany changes in operating policies has finally started to gain a...
264366286 Introduction to the discussion forum on using experiments in supply chain management research.  
The use of laboratory experiments in supply chain management research is gaining momentum and provides an opportunity for researchers to make exciting new contributions to the field. In this...
255125112 Special topic forum on service supply chains.  
255125111 What drives the choice of a third-party logistics provider?  
It is generally believed that companies choose supply chain partners on the basis of their distinctive value propositions--a fact one would also expect holds true when companies choose a...
255125110 Making sense of supply disruption risk research: a conceptual framework grounded in enactment theory.  
The rich stream of supply disruption risk (SDR) literature incorporates several different theories and constructs across studies, but lacks a unifying decisionmaking framework. We review 79 SDR...
255125109 Benefiting from supplier operational innovativeness: the influence of supplier evaluations and absorptive capacity.  
As suppliers take on more important roles in manufacturing and designing products, their operational innovativeness becomes an important source of value. We use the relational view theory...

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