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Doctoral Student Researches Consumer Behavior Toward Online Out-of-Stocks

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February 24, 2015

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On-shelf availability of products is a key performance measurement for retailers. But, how does product availability affect consumers? That is what Simone Peinkofer, a doctoral candidate in supply chain management, has set out to discover.

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