Sunday, May 10, 2015

From Ecolabelling in Fashion to Supply Chains and Freight Quality Competition

The POMS (Production and Operations Management Society) Conference is now taking place in Washington DC.

Although I could not go since this (as happened last year as well) is graduation season at UMass Amherst,  3 of my present doctoral students are there (Shivani Shukla, Sara Saberi,  and Dong Li, who defended her PhD dissertation just lat week) presenting our joint work and one former doctoral student, Professor Min Yu of the Pamplin School of Business at the University of Oregon, is as well.

Two of  our papers are jount with my collabortaor in Sweden, Professor Jonas Floden.

Below I have posted links to our presentations. All of the presentations are based on recently published papers of ours with links also provided below.

The full presentation can be downloaded here. The presentation is based on the paper, Fashion Supply Chain Network Competition with Ecolabelling,.Anna Nagurney, Min Yu, and Jonas Floden, Sustainable Fashion Supply Chain Management: From Sourcing to Retailing, T.-M. Choi and T.C.E. Cheng, Editors, Springer (2015) pp 61-84.

The full presentation is available here. The presentation is based on the paper:  A Supply Chain Network Game Theory Model with Product Differentiation, Outsourcing of Production and Distribution, and Quality and Price Competition,, Anna Nagurney and Dong Li, Annals of Operations Research 228(1), (2015) pp 479-503.

 The full presentation can be downloaded here., And this presentation is based on our paper:  Supply Chain Network Competition in Price and Quality with Multiple Manufacturers and Freight Service Providers, Anna Nagurney, Sara Saberi, Shivani Shukla, and Jonas Floden, Transportation Research E 77: (2015) pp 248-267.

Needless to say, I love doing research on all aspects of supply chains and am very lucky to have such great collaborators as those above.