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The publications archived in this Digital Commons@Georgia Southern collection are produced by the faculty of the Department of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

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Submissions from 2008

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Allocating Procurement to Capacitated Suppliers with Concave Quantity Discounts, Gerard J. Burke, Joseph Geunes, H. Edwin Romejin, and Asoo J. Vakharia

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Qualified to Teach, Mark D. Hanna and J. Lowell Mooney

SWOT Your Students, Janet Moss and S. Roach

The Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Mississippi's Casino Industry, Steven E. Moss, Chuck Ryan, and Janet Moss

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The Life Cycle of a Terrorism Crisis: Impact on Tourist Travel, Steven E. Moss, Chuck Ryan, and Janet Moss

Process Flow and Scheduling in the Fairbanks County State Court, Jacob V. Simons, Jerry Wilson, and Maciek Nowak

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Maximizing Correlation in the Presence of Missing Data, Xinfang Wang

Submissions from 2003

The Evolution of Supply Chain Management Competencies: Empirical Support for a Unifying Framework, Mark D. Hanna, W. Rocky Newman, and Thomas Gattiker

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Financial Markets and Retail Construction Cycles, Steven E. Moss, Darrell Parker, and Steven Laposa

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An Empirical Test of Butler's Resort Product Life Cycle: Forecasting Casino Winnings, Steven E. Moss, Chuck Ryan, and Charles B. Wagoner

Submissions from 2001

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Perceived Relevance and Quality of POM Journals: A Decade Later, Samir Barman, Mark D. Hanna, and R. Lawrence Laforge

Senior Housing Supply Trends and Analysis: Evidence of Non-Random Behavior, Steven E. Moss and Steven Laposa

Submissions from 1999

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Simultaneous vs. Sequential Scheduling of Multiple Resources which Constrain System Throughout, Jacob V. Simons, M. D. Stephens, and Wendell P. Simpson III

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Process Design in a Down-Sizing Service Operation, Jacob V. Simons, Christopher Wicker, Michael Garrity, and Mark E. Kraus

Submissions from 1997

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An Exposition of Multiple Constraint Scheduling as Implemented in the GOAL SYSTEM (Formally DISASTER), Jacob V. Simons and Wendell P. Simpson III

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Response to Commentaries, Jacob V. Simons and Wendell P. Simpson III