Jason Miller, Assistant Professor of Supply Chain, was the lead author of a recently published piece. Titled “An Exploratory Investigation of New Entrant Motor Carriers’ Longitudinal Safety Performance,” the article will appear in Transportation Journal.
Tobias Schoenherr, Professor of Purchasing and Supply Chain Management, will chair the 14th Annual Strategic Sourcing & Supplier Relationship Management Conference, to be held April 17-18, 2018, in Chicago. The conference is designed for senior executives looking to drive their Read More »
Steve Melnyk, Professor of Supply Chain at Michigan State, had a paper titled “Demand-Driven MRP: Assessment of a New Approach to Materials Management” published in the International Journal of Production Research.
Judy Whipple, MSU Supply Chain Professor, and Claudia Rosales, Assistant Professor of Supply Chain, had a paper accepted for publication. Titled “The Impact of Distribution Channel Decisions and Repeated Stockouts on Manufacturer and Retailer Performance,” the paper will appear in Read More »
Congratulations to three MSU Professors who recently had a manuscript titled “Effects of Motor Carriers’ Growth or Contraction on Safety: A Multi-Year Panel Analysis” accepted for publication in Journal of Business Logistics. The co-authors include: Assistant Professors, Jason Miller and Read More »
Scott Allen, MSU Supply Chain student, was named 2018’s Best & Brightest by Poets&Quants for Undergrads. Scott is described as “The Bad Boy of Macroeconomics, Broad’s iciest graduate, the young and restless.” From the Village of Clarkson, Michigan, Scott is Read More »
Jason Miller, Assistant Professor of Supply Chain at Michigan State, was a lead author of an article accepted for publication. Titled “Learning by Applying: The Case of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award” the manuscript will appear in at IEEE-TM.
Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management, Matt Schwieterman, had a paper published in the Journal of Business Logistics titled “Customer and Supplier Portfolios: Can Credit Risks be Managed Through the Supply Chain?”
MSU is #1 in Graduate Supply Chain Management/Logistics education again– 2 years in a row.