Paul Humphreys mainly focuses on Marketing, Supply chain management, Process, Supplier relationship management and Supply chain. His study ties his expertise on Industrial organization together with the subject of Marketing. His Supply chain management study which covers Adversarial system that intersects with Manufacturing firms, Competition, Engineering management and Operations management.
His Process study combines topics in areas such as Quality, Multinational corporation, Decision support system and Flexibility. Paul Humphreys interconnects Competitive advantage and Supplier evaluation in the investigation of issues within Supplier relationship management. His Supply chain research includes themes of Procurement, Knowledge management and Process management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Marketing, Supply chain, Process management, Knowledge management and Supply chain management. His work on Purchasing, Supplier relationship management and Competitive advantage as part of general Marketing study is frequently linked to Context, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. The study incorporates disciplines such as New product development and Supplier evaluation in addition to Supplier relationship management.
In his research on the topic of Supply chain, Commerce is strongly related with Industrial organization. His Process management research integrates issues from Cellular manufacturing, Operations management, Outsourcing and Service. His work in Knowledge management addresses subjects such as Process, which are connected to disciplines such as Quality, Selection, Decision support system and Fuzzy logic.
His primary areas of study are Marketing, Supply chain, Context, Organizational culture and Stakeholder. His Marketing study incorporates themes from Balance and Socioeconomics. Paul Humphreys works in the field of Supply chain, focusing on Supply chain management in particular.
His Supply chain management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mathematical optimization and System dynamics. As part of his studies on Organizational culture, Paul Humphreys often connects relevant subjects like Process management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Economic growth, Social exclusion and Scale.
Paul Humphreys mostly deals with Supply chain, Marketing, Knowledge management, Event study and Certification. His work on Supply chain management and Bullwhip as part of general Supply chain study is frequently connected to Nexus and Software deployment, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His work on Bullwhip effect is typically connected to Simulation based as part of general Supply chain management study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His research in the fields of Supply chain risk management overlaps with other disciplines such as Context and Globalization. His study on Dynamic capabilities is often connected to Data collection as part of broader study in Knowledge management. His study looks at the relationship between Certification and fields such as Diminishing returns, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
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Integrating environmental criteria into the supplier selection process
P.K Humphreys;Y.K Wong;F.T.S Chan.
The Impact of supplier development on buyer-supplier performance
P.K. Humphreys;W.L. Li;L.Y. Chan.
Collaborative supply chain practices and performance: exploring the key role of information quality
Frank Wiengarten;Paul Humphreys;Guangming Cao;Brian Fynes.
Risk, risk management practices, and the success of supply chain integration
Frank Wiengarten;Paul Humphreys;Cristina Gimenez;Ronan McIvor.
Using case-based reasoning to evaluate supplier environmental management performance
Paul K. Humphreys;Ronan T. McIvor;Felix T. S. Chan.
Early supplier involvement in the design process: lessons from the electronics industry
R McIvor;P Humphreys.
A strategic model for the formulation of an effective make or buy decision
R.T. McIvor;P.K. Humphreys;W.E. McAleer.
The impact of specific supplier development efforts on buyer competitive advantage: an empirical model
Wenli Li;Paul K. Humphreys;Andy C.L. Yeung;T.C. Edwin Cheng.
An inter-organizational information system for supply chain management
P.K Humphreys;M.K Lai;D Sculli.
Pre‐construction project partnering: from adversarial to collaborative relationships
Paul Humphreys;Jason Matthews;Monan Kumaraswamy.
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