Volume 50(1) - 50(6)
Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida
Bruccoleri, M., F. Riccobono and A. GroBler. 2019. Shared leadership regulates operational team performance in the presence of extreme decisional consensus/conflict: Evidences from business process reengineering. Decision Sciences 50(1): 46-83.
Cao, X. and X. Fang. 2019. Component procurement for an assembly supply chain with random capacities and random demand. Decision Sciences 50(6): 1259-1280.
Ceryan, O. 2019. Asymmetric pricing and replenishment controls for substitutable products. Decision Sciences 50(5): 1093-1119.
Chen, Y., M. J. Rungtusanatham and S. M. Goldstein. 2019. Historical supplier performance and strategic relationship dissolution: Unintentional but serious supplier error as a moderator. Decision Sciences 50(6): 1224-1258.
Chen, Y., X. Zhao, W. Zhu and J. Xie. 2019. How precious are scarce products? An Experimental study on a turn-and-earn allocation mechanism. Decision Sciences 50(5): 1031-1059.
Cho, D. and K. Cattani. 2019. The patient patient: The performance of traditional versus open-access scheduling policies. Decision Sciences 50(4): 756-785.
Choi, M., E. Rabinovich and T. J. Richards. 2019. Supply chain contracts and inventory shrinkage: An empirical analysis in the grocery retailing industry. Decision Sciences 50(4): 694-725.
Dixon, M. J. and G. M. Thompson. 2019. The impact of timing and bundling flexibility on affect-based service package design. Decision Sciences 50(5): 948-984.
Dong, B., M. Li and K. Sivakumar. 2019. Online review characteristics and trust: A cross-country examination. Decision Sciences 50(3): 537-566.
Geng, Q. and S. Mallik. 2019. Managing television commercial inventory under competition: An equilibrium analysis. Decision Sciences 50(1): 170-201.
Gupta, A., G. B. Wilkerson, R. Sharda and M. A. Colston. 2019. Who is more injury-prone? Prediction and assessment of injury risk. Decision Sciences 50(2): 374-409.
Im, G., A Rai and L. S. Lambert. 2019. Governance and resource-sharing ambidexterity for generating relationship benefits in supply chain collaborations. Decision Sciences 50(4): 656-693.
Ishfaq, R. and A. Narayanan. 2019. Incorporating order-fulfillment flexibility in automotive supply chain through vehicle trades. Decision Sciences 50(1): 84-117.
Jahani, H., B. Abbasi and S. Talluri. 2019. Supply chain network redesign: A technical note on optimising financial performance. Decision Sciences 50(6): 1319-1353.
Johnsen, L. C., G. Voigt and C. J. Corbett. 2019. Behavioral contract design under asymmetric forecast information. Decision Sciences 50(4): 786-815.
Johnston, A. C. M. Warkentin, A. R. Dennis and M. Siponen. 2019. Speak their language: Designing effective messages to improve employees' information security decision making. Decision Sciences 50(2): 245-284.
Kumar, R. L. and S. Park. 2019. A portfolio approach to supply chain risk management. Decision Sciences 50(2): 210-244.
Li, K., L Wang, D. Chhajed and S. Mallik. 2019. The impact of quality perception and consumer valuation change on manufacturer's optimal warranty, pricing, and market coverage strategies. Decision Sciences 50(2): 311-339.
Lu. G., X. Koufteros, S. Talluri and G. T. M. Hult. 2019. Deployment of supply chain security practices: Antecedents and consequences. Decision Sciences 50(3): 459-497.
Ma, S., L. Guo, S. P. Sethi and X. Zhao. 2019. Advance selling in the presence of market power and risk-averse consumers. Decision Sciences 50(1): 142-169.
Moline, J., J. Goentzel and E. Gralla. 2019. Approaches for locating and staffing FEMA's disaster recovery centers. Decision Sciences 50(5): 917-947.
Pagell, M., F. Wiengarten, D. Fan, P. Humphreys and C. K. Y. Lo. 2019. Managerial time horizons and the decision to put operational workers at risk: The role of debt. Decision Sciences 50(3): 582-611.
Pathak, S., P. K. Sen, J. Jayaram and J. M. Miller. 2019. "Like poles repel while unlike poles attract": Contextual performance effects of supply base R & D, focal firm R & D, and commercialization. Decision Sciences 50(5): 985-1030.
Rekik, Y., A. A. Syntetos and C. H. Glock. 2019. Modeling (and learning from) inventory inaccuracies in e-retailing/B2B contexts. Decision Sciences 50(6): 1184-1223.
Shang, G., M. E. Ferguson and M. R. Galbreth. 2019. Where should I focus my return reduction efforts? Empirical guidance for retailers. Decision Sciences 50(4): 877-909.
Singhal, K., J. Singhal and S. Kumar. 2019. The value of the customer's waiting time for general queues*. Decision Sciences 50(3): 567-581.
Sokolinskiy, O., B. Sopranzetti, D. S. Rogers and R. Leuschner. 2019. Inventory management and endogenous demand: Investigating the role of customer referrals, defections, and product market failure. Decision Sciences 50(1): 118-141.
Solomon, S., H. Li, K. Womer and C. Santos. 2019. Multiperiod stochastic resource planning in professional services organizations. Decision Sciences 50(6): 1281-1318.
Su, D., M. S. Johar and R. L. Kumar. 2019. Design of contracts and workflow for knowledge intensive IT service environments. Decision Sciences 50(3): 418-458.
Sun, L., X. Zheng, Y. Jin, M. Jiang and H. Wang. 2019. Estimating promotion effects using big data: A partially profiled LASSO model with endogeneity correction. Decision Sciences 50(4): 816-846.
Syed, R., G. Dhillon and J. Merrick. 2019. The identity management value model: A design science approach to assess value gaps on social media. Decision Sciences 50(3): 498-536.
Tian, Z., S. Y. Tang and P. Kouvelis. 2019. Soft order commitment in supply chains: Role of penalties and rationing rules. Decision Sciences 50(2): 340-373.
Toyasaki, F. and T. Wakolbinger. 2019. Joint fundraising appeals: Allocation rules and conditions that encourage aid agencies' collaboration. Decision Sciences 50(3): 612-648.
Von Briel, F., C. Schneider and P. B. Lowry. 2019. Absorbing knowledge from and with external partners: The role of social integration mechanism. Decision Sciences 50(1): 7-45.
Von Falkenhausen, C., M. Fleischmann and C. Bode. 2019. How to find the right supply chain strategy? An analysis of contingency variables. Decision Sciences 50(4): 726-755.
Wang, C. 2019. Behavioral operations and supply chain management - A review and literature mapping. Decision Sciences 50(6): 1127-1183.
Yang, S. Y., F. Liu, X. Zhu and D. C. Yen. 2019. A graph mining approach to identify financial reporting patterns: An empirical examination of industry classifications. Decision Sciences 50(4): 847-876.
Zhang, Z., P. P. Leszczyc, R. Qu and J. Kissan. 2019. A joint model of pricing, rebate value, and redemption hassle. Decision Sciences 50(5): 1060-1092.
Zhao, X., K. Zhao and J. Deng. 2019. Geography still matters: Examine the role of location in online markets for foreign branded products. Decision Sciences 50(2): 285-310.