Management And Accounting Web

Decision Sciences 2015

Volume 46(1) - 46(6)

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

Decision Sciences 1970-1975 + 2010-2017 | Journal Bibliographies Main | Management Theory Main

Akçura, M. T., Z. D. Ozdemir and M. S. Rahman. 2015. Online intermediary as a channel for selling quality-differentiated services. Decision Sciences 46(1): 37-62.

Apte, A., S. K. Heath, A. Pico and Y. H. R. Tan. 2015. Evacuating people with mobility-challenges in a short-notice disaster. Decision Sciences 46(4): 731-754.

Cantor, D. E., P. C. Morrow and J. Blackhurst. 2015. An examination of how supervisors influence their subordinates to engage in environmental behaviors. Decision Sciences 46(4): 697-729.

Carrillo, J. E., C. Druehl and J. Hsuan. 2015. Invited review: Introduction to innovation within and across borders: A review and future directions. Decision Sciences 46(2): 225-265.

Chandrasekaran, A. and K. Linderman. 2015. Managing knowledge creation in high-tech R&D projects: A multimethod study. Decision Sciences 46(2): 267-300.

Chen, J., X. Zhao and Z. Shen. 2015. Risk mitigation benefit from backup suppliers in the presence of the horizontal fairness concern. Decision Sciences 46(4): 663-696.

Cheong, T., M. Goh and S. H. Song. 2015. Effect of inventory information discrepancy in a drop-shipping supply chain. Decision Sciences 46(1): 193-213.

Dai, T. 2015. Abstract from the Elwood S. Buffa Doctoral Dissertation award competition: Incentives in U.S. healthcare operations. Decision Sciences 46(2): 455-463.

Decision Sciences. 2015. Foreword. Decision Sciences 46(1): 5.

Decision Sciences. 2015. Foreword from the editors. Decision Sciences 46(2): 223-224.

Decision Sciences. 2015. Foreword from the editors. Decision Sciences 46(3): 489-490.

Decision Sciences. 2015. Foreword. Decision Sciences 46(4): 661-662.

Dobrzykowski, D. D., S. K. Callaway and M. A. Vonderembse. 2015. Examining pathways from innovation orientation to patient satisfaction: A relational view of healthcare delivery. Decision Sciences 46(5): 863-899.

Eftekhar, M. 2015. Abstract from the Elwood S. Buffa Doctoral Dissertation award competition: Fleet management in humanitarian sector. Decision Sciences 46(2): 447-453.

Fleischhacker, A. J. and P. Fok. 2015. An entropy-based methodology for valuation of demand uncertainty reduction. Decision Sciences 46(6): 1165-1198.

Guo, H., P. Pathak and H. K. Cheng. 2015. Estimating social influences from social networking sites - Articulated friendships versus communication interactions. Decision Sciences 46(1): 135-163.

Guo, H., S. Marston and Y. Chen. 2015. Push or pull? Design of content delivery systems. Decision Sciences 46(5): 937-960.

Habermann, M. J. Blackhurst and A. Y. Metcalf. 2015. Keep your friends close? Supply chain design and disruption risk. Decision Sciences 46(3): 491-526.

Handley, S. and J. Gray. 2015. Managing quality in a heterogeneous contract manufacturing environment. Decision Sciences 46(6): 1011-1048.

Hayne, S. C., H. Wang and L. Wang. 2015. Modeling reputation as a time-series: Evaluating the risk of purchase decisions on eBay. Decision Sciences 46(6): 1077-1107.

Hogenboom, A., W. Ketter, J. van Dalen, U. Kaymak, J. Collins and A. Gupta. 2015. Adaptive tactical pricing in multi-agent supply chain markets using economic regimes. Decision Sciences 46(4): 791-818.

Ishfaq, R. and U. Raja. 2015. Bridging the healthcare access divide: A strategic planning model for rural telemedicine network. Decision Sciences 46(4): 755-790.

Joshi, M. P., S. R. Das and N. Mouri. 2015. Antecedents of innovativeness in technology-based services (TBS): Peering into the black box of entrepreneurial orientation. Decision Sciences 46(2): 367-402.

Kim, Y. H. and U. Wemmerlöv. 2015. Does a supplier's operational competence translate into financial performance? An empirical analysis of supplier-customer relationships. Decision Sciences 46(1): 101-134.

Li, Z., L. Shao and D. Sun. 2015. Designing multi-attribute procurement mechanisms for assortment planning. Decision Sciences 46(3): 597-622.

Marquis, J., E. S. Gel, J. W. Fowler, M. Koksalan, P. Korhonen and J. Wallenius. 2015. Impact of number interactions, different interaction patterns, and human inconsistencies on some hybrid evolutionary multiobjective optimization algorithms. Decision Sciences 46(5): 981-1006.

Muralidhar, K., C. M. O'Keefe and R. Sarathy. 2015. A bootstrap mechanism for response masking in remote analysis systems. Decision Sciences 46(6): 1199-1226.

Narasimhan, R., T. Schoenherr, B. W. Jacobs and M. K. Kim. 2015. The financial impact of FSC certification in the United States: A contingency perspective. Decision Sciences 46(3): 527-563.

Neboian, A. and S. Spinler. 2015. Fleet replacement, technology choice, and the option to breach a leasing contract. Decision Sciences 46(1): 7-35.

Park, I., J. Cho and H. R. Rao. 2015. The dynamics of pre- and post-purchase service and consumer evaluation of online retailers: A comparative analysis of dissonance and disconfirmation models. Decision Sciences 46(6): 1109-1140.

Power, D., R. Klassen, T. J. Kull and D. Simpson. 2015. Competitive goals and plant investment in environmental and safety practices: Moderating effect of national culture. Decision Sciences 46(1): 63-100.

Sawaya, W. J. III., S. Pathak, J. M. Day and M. M. Kristal. 2015. Sensing abnormal resource flow using adaptive limit process charts in a complex supply network. Decision Sciences 46(5): 961-979.

Schmidt, W. 2015. Abstract from the Elwood S. Buffa Doctoral Dissertation award competition: Supply chain disruptions and the role of information asymmetry. Decision Sciences 46(2): 465-475.

Schoenherr, T. and M. Swink. 2015. The roles of supply chain intelligence and adaptability in new product launch success. Decision Sciences 46(5): 901-936.

Schymik, G., K. Corral, D. Schuff and R. St. Louis. 2015. The benefits and costs of using metadata to improve enterprise document searches. Decision Sciences 46(6): 1049-1075.

Setia, P. and C. Speier-Pero. 2015. Reverse auctions to innovate procurement processes: Effects of bid information presentation design on a supplier's bidding outcome. Decision Sciences 46(2): 333-366.

Srinivasan, R. and M. Swink. 2015. Leveraging supply chain integration through planning comprehensiveness: An organizational information processing theory perspective. Decision Sciences 46(5): 823-861.

Steven, A. B. 2015. Abstract from the Elwood S. Buffa Doctoral Dissertation award competition: Supply chain structure, product recalls, and firm performance: Empirically investigating recall drivers and recall financial performance relationships. Decision Sciences 46(2): 477-483.

Sousa, R., M. Amorim, E. Rabinovich and A. C. Sodero. 2015. Customer use of virtual channels in multichannel services: Does type of activity matter? Decision Sciences 46(3): 623-657.

Sun, D., R. Easley and B. C. Kim. 2015. Optimal digital rights management with uncertain piracy. Decision Sciences 46(1): 165-191.

Taran, Y., H. Boer and P. Lindgren. 2015. A business model innovation typology. Decision Sciences 46(2): 301-331.

Wan, X. and M. E. Dresner. 2015. Closing the loop: An empirical analysis of the dynamic decisions affecting product variety. Decision Sciences 46(6): 1141-1164.

Yan, T. and T. J. Kull. 2015. Supplier opportunism in buyer-supplier new product development: A China-U.S. study of antecedents, consequences, and cultural/institutional contexts. Decision Sciences 46(2): 403-445.

Yin, R., H. Li and C. S. Tang. 2015. Optimal pricing of two successive-generation products with trade-in options under uncertainty. Decision Sciences 46(3): 565-595.