His main research concerns Purchasing, Marketing, Supply chain management, Supply chain and Supply chain risk management. The concepts of his Purchasing study are interwoven with issues in Skills management and Process. Larry C. Giunipero is interested in Purchasing process, which is a branch of Marketing.
Larry C. Giunipero interconnects Business process, Focus group and Strategic management in the investigation of issues within Supply chain management. His Supply chain resilience study, which is part of a larger body of work in Supply chain, is frequently linked to Systematic review, Terminology, Phenomenon and Originality, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Supply chain risk management research integrates issues from Strategic financial management, Strategic sourcing, Environmental resource management and Process management.
Larry C. Giunipero focuses on Marketing, Purchasing, Supply chain management, Supply chain and Knowledge management. Many of his research projects under Marketing are closely connected to Supply management, Sample and Context with Supply management, Sample and Context, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Purchasing research incorporates elements of Quality and Process.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Focus group and Competitive advantage. His Supply chain study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Industrial organization, Operations management and Process management. The study incorporates disciplines such as Strategic sourcing and Strategic control in addition to Knowledge management.
His primary areas of investigation include Marketing, Purchasing, Knowledge management, Supply chain and New product development. His Marketing research includes elements of Selection, Social skills, Technical skills, Practical implications and Multilevel model. His Purchasing study combines topics in areas such as Skills management and Cost reduction.
Citation network, Factor, Conceptual framework, Narrative and Social identity theory are fields of study that intersect with his Knowledge management research. His Supply chain investigation overlaps with other areas such as Environmental planning, Market conditions, Information technology, Originality and Autonomy. His New product development study incorporates themes from Order and Restaurant industry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Marketing, Purchasing, New product development, Technical skills and Social skills. His research brings together the fields of Order and Marketing. His Purchasing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Supply chain management and Transaction cost.
His work in New product development is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Knowledge management. Strategic approach, Skills management and Process skill are fields of study that overlap with his Technical skills research.
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Securing the upstream supply chain: a risk management approach
Larry C. Giunipero;Reham Aly Eltantawy.
Purchasing and supply management sustainability: Drivers and barriers
Larry C. Giunipero;Robert E. Hooker;Diane Denslow.
Research on the phenomenon of supply chain resilience
Nils-Ole Hohenstein;Edda Feisel;Evi Hartmann;Larry Giunipero.
A Decade of SCM Literature: Past, Present and Future Implications
Larry C. Giunipero;Robert E. Hooker;Sacha Joseph-Matthews;Tom E. Yoon.
Organizational Learning in Global Purchasing: A Model and Test of Internal Users and Corporate Buyers*
G. Tomas M. Hult;Robert F. Hurley;Larry C. Giunipero;Ernest L. Nichols.
Supply management's evolution: key skill sets for the supply manager of the future
Larry Giunipero;Robert B. Handfield;Reham Eltantawy.
The intersection of strategic management and supply chain management
David J. Ketchen;Larry C. Giunipero.
World-Class Purchasing Skills: An Empirical Investigation
Larry C. Giunipero;Dawn H. Pearcy.
Purchasing's Role in Supply Chain Management
Larry Carl Giunipero;Richard Brand.
Motivating and Monitoring JIT Supplier Performance
Larry C. Giunipero.
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