TOC: J Ops Man


Journal of Operations Management, 45

Special Issue on Humanitarian Operations Management

Empirically grounded research in humanitarian operations management: The way forward
Alfonso J. Pedraza-Martinez, Luk N. Van Wassenhove [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Models and metrics to assess humanitarian response capacity
Jason Acimovic, Jarrod Goentzel [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Disentangling the efficiency drivers in country-level global health programs: An empirical study
Gemma Berenguer, Ananth V. Iyer, Prashant Yadav [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Econometric estimation of deprivation cost functions: A contingent valuation experiment
José Holguín-Veras, Johanna Amaya-Leal, Victor Cantillo, Luk N. Van Wassenhove, Felipe Aros-Vera, Miguel Jaller [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Integrating supply chains for emergencies and ongoing operations in UNHCR
Marianne Jahre, Joakim Kembro, Tina Rezvanian, Ozlem Ergun, Svein J. Håpnes, Peter Berling [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Effect of armed conflicts on humanitarian operations: Total factor productivity and efficiency of rural hospitals
Andres F. Jola-Sanchez, Alfonso J. Pedraza-Martinez, Kurt M. Bretthauer, Rodrigo A. Britto [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Supporting hurricane inventory management decisions with consumer demand estimates
Douglas J. Morrice, Paul Cronin, Fehmi Tanrisever, John C. Butler [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Natural disasters, the economy and population vulnerability as a vicious cycle with exogenous hazards
ManMohan S. Sodhi [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Demand forecasting and order planning for humanitarian logistics: An empirical assessment
Erwin van der Laan, Jan van Dalen, Michael Rohrmoser, Rob Simpson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Evaluating information diffusion speed and its determinants in social media networks during humanitarian crises
Eunae Yoo, William Rand, Mahyar Eftekhar, Elliot Rabinovich [Publisher] [Google Scholar]