Reminder: Call for Papers for Emerging Discourse Incubator
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Volume 55 Issue 2

Volume 55 Issue 2

 

Editorial

Invited Articles

The Article above has also appeared in our Spotlight Series, in which the article authors discuss their research, the background and theory to the article. Additionally they discuss how their research and findings could impact future research.
We talked to Prof. Christine Harland and Dr. Andrea Patrucco about their paper which is included in our upcoming EDI issue. “Implementing government policy in supply chains: an international coproduction study of public procurement” which they co-authored with Prof. Dr. Jan Teglen, Prof. Dr. Guy Callender and Mr Rick Gimm. This second EDI focuses on research at the Intersection of Supply Chain Management and Public Policy and Government Regulation

The Article above has also appeared in our Spotlight Series, in which the article authors discuss their research, the background and theory to the article. Additionally they discuss how their research and findings could impact future research.
Here we talked to Dr. David Dobrzykowski about his paper which is included in our upcoming EDI issue. “Understanding the downstream healthcare supply chain: Unpacking regulatory and industry characteristics” This second EDI focuses on research at the Intersection of Supply Chain Management and Public Policy and Government Regulation.

The Article above has also appeared in our Spotlight Series, in which the article authors discuss their research, the background and theory to the article. Additionally they discuss how their research and findings could impact future research.
Professor Greg Gundlach talks about about his paper which he co-authored with Robert Frankel and Riley Krotz and is included in our upcoming EDI issue. “Competition policy and antitrust law: implications of developments in supply chain management” This second EDI focuses on research at the Intersection of Supply Chain Management and Public Policy and Government Regulation.

The Article above has also appeared in our Spotlight Series, in which the article authors discuss their research, the background and theory to the article. Additionally they discuss how their research and findings could impact future research.
We talk to Professor Travis Tokar and Professor Morgan Swink about their paper which is included in our upcoming EDI issue. “Public Policy and Supply Chain Management: Using Shared Foundational Principles to Improve Formulation, Implementation, and Evaluation” This second EDI focuses on research at the Intersection of Supply Chain Management and Public Policy and Government Regulation