Researchers discuss the value of the upcoming special issue of the Business Horizons journal – with the theme “The Unintended Consequences of Policy Decisions.” The SCMRC hosted a workshop in Jan, 2020, partnering with leading scholars to advance publications for submissions to this special issue.
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When inspection events are announced in advance, carriers often park their trucks instead of paying for maintenance. But announced inspections still serve a purpose.
May 17, 2022 | By Ron Gordon
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has further inflated prices for oil, natural gas, coal, and fertilizer.
April 11, 2022 | By Jason Miller, Ron Gordon
Supply chain disruptions and record consumer demand kept inventory levels low through most of 2020 and 2021. Retailers have finally been able to replenish their inventories — but cooling demand could make them wish they hadn't.
April 7, 2022 | By Jason Miller, Ron Gordon
In January, the U.S. government began mailing at-home COVID-19 tests directly to consumers and indirectly providing N95 masks through retailers. While each distribution method has its pros and cons, indirect distribution seems to be the best option for similar programs in the future.
March 16, 2022 | By Dave Ketchen, Jessica Darby, Ron Gordon