SCM Best Paper Award Winners 2011

Best paper award winners can serve as a blueprint for one’s own research projects. Some of the leading supply chain management journals have now announced their winners. The Journal of Business Logistics has just announced that the paper Exploring a governance theory of supply chain management: Barriers and facilitators to integration by Richey et al. is the 2011 Bernard J. LaLonde Best Paper Winner and, thus, the most valuable paper presented in that journal. The papers awarded by the International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, the International Journal of Logistics Management, the Transportation Journal, and the Journal of Supply Chain Management are B2B eCommerce: an empirical investigation of information exchange and firm performance by Porterfield et al., Measuring the importance of attributes in logistics research by Garver et al., Value propositions of the U.S. trucking industry by Randall et al., and Sustainable global supplier management: The role of dynamic capabilities in achieving competitive advantage by Reuter et al., respecitvely.

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About Andreas Wieland

Andreas Wieland is an Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management at Copenhagen Business School. His current research interests include resilient and socially responsible supply chains.

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