His primary areas of investigation include Marketing, Supply chain, Supply chain management, Supplier relationship management and Process. His Marketing research includes elements of Socialization and Process management. His work on Supply chain risk management as part of general Supply chain study is frequently linked to Environmental compliance, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Robert B. Handfield regularly links together related areas like Industrial organization in his Supply chain management studies. His work deals with themes such as Purchasing and Supplier evaluation, which intersect with Supplier relationship management. His Process research focuses on subjects like Management science, which are linked to Development theory.
Supply chain, Marketing, Supply chain management, Industrial organization and Process management are his primary areas of study. His study in the field of Service management is also linked to topics like Context. Purchasing, Supplier relationship management, Strategic sourcing, Procurement and Supplier evaluation are the core of his Marketing study.
He studies Supply chain risk management, a branch of Supply chain management. His Process management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quality, Process, Operations management and New product development. The study of Process is intertwined with the study of Management science in a number of ways.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Supply chain, Industrial organization, Supply chain management, Expert system and Purchasing. In the subject of general Supply chain, his work in Supply chain visibility is often linked to Visibility, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His study in Supply chain management focuses on Supply chain risk management in particular.
His Supply chain risk management research focuses on Traceability and how it connects with Process management. The concepts of his Expert system study are interwoven with issues in Balance sheet, Profitability index, Econometrics and Debt. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Decision support system and Public relations.
Robert B. Handfield spends much of his time researching Supply chain, Environmental economics, Analytics, Electronic waste and Key. He integrates many fields, such as Supply chain and Development, in his works. His Environmental economics study combines topics in areas such as Stochastic modelling, Scarcity and Social responsibility.
His Analytics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Procurement, Supply chain visibility and Emerging technologies. His Electronic waste research includes elements of Material recovery, Extended producer responsibility and Management system.
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Introduction to Supply Chain Management
Robert B. Handfield;Ernest L. Nichols.
Purchasing and Supply Chain Management
Robert M. Monczka;Robert J. Trent;Robert B. Handfield.
Supplier integration into new product development: coordinating product, process and supply chain design
Kenneth J. Petersen;Robert B. Handfield;Gary L. Ragatz.
Journal of Operations Management (2005)
The severity of supply chain disruptions: Design characteristics and mitigation capabilities
Christopher W. Craighead;Jennifer Blackhurst;M. Johnny Rungtusanatham;Robert B. Handfield.
Decision Sciences (2007)
The relationships between supplier development, commitment, social capital accumulation and performance improvement
Daniel R. Krause;Robert B. Handfield;Beverly B. Tyler.
Journal of Operations Management (2007)
Success Factors for Integrating Suppliers into New Product Development
Gary L. Ragatz;Robert B. Handfield;Thomas V. Scannell.
Journal of Product Innovation Management (1997)
Applying environmental criteria to supplier assessment: A study in the application of the Analytical Hierarchy Process
Robert B. Handfield;Steven V. Walton;Robert Sroufe;Steven A. Melnyk.
European Journal of Operational Research (2002)
Effective case research in operations management: a process perspective
I Stuart;D McCutcheon;R Handfield;R McLachlin.
Journal of Operations Management (2002)
Success factors in strategic supplier alliances: The buying company perspective
Robert M. Monczka;Kenneth J. Petersen;Robert B. Handfield;Gary L. Ragatz.
Decision Sciences (1998)
The role of trust and relationship structure in improving supply chain responsiveness
Robert B. Handfield;Christian Bechtel.
Industrial Marketing Management (2002)
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