Research

One of the primary activities of the SCR3 Institute is conducting research on supply chain risk and resilience and disseminating those findings to our constituents. The purpose of the research is to provide organizations practical knowledge and cutting-edge thought for better managing risk and creating organizational resilience from uncertainties in the supply chain. Below are some examples of books and research publications from members of the Institute.

How COVID-19 impacts the supply chain in Missouri Companies

 

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Recent Publications

 

Zsidisin, George A. “Supply Chain Risk: Transcending Research Beyond Disruptions,” in: The Routledge Companion to Risk, Crisis and Emergency Management, Robert Gephart, C. Chet Miller and Karin Svedberg Helgesson, eds., Routledge, New York, NY (2019), pp. 500-503, ISBN 978-1138208865

Bernard, J. M., & Mondy, C. M. (2016). Correlation of Driver Gender with Injury Severity in Large Truck Crashes in Missouri. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2585), 49-58.

Gaudenzi, Barbara, George A. Zsidisin, Janet L. Hartley, and Lutz Kaufmann, “An Exploration of Factors Influencing the Choice of Commodity Price Risk Mitigation Strategies,” Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, Vol. 24, No. 3 (2018), pp. 218-237.

Bernard Bracy, J. M. (2017). The Estimation, Ensembling And Comparison of Methodological Techniques Used in Motor Vehicle Crash Severity Research. International Journal of Business Marketing and Decision Sciences, 10 (1).

Gaudenzi, Barbara, Giorgia Siciliano, and George A. Zsidisin, “Supply Chain Finance and Cyber Risk: An Illustrative Case Study,” in: Supply Chain Finance: Solutions for Financial Sustainability, Risk Management and Resilience in the Supply Chain, Wendy Tate, Lydia Bals and Lisa M. Ellram, eds., Kogan Page Publishing (2018), pp. 161-176, ISBN 978-1783533510.

Zsidisin, George A. and Barbara Gaudenzi, “Transcending Beyond Finance for Managing Foreign Exchange Risk,” in: Routledge Companion to Risk, Crisis and Security in Business, Kurt Engemann, ed., Routledge, New York, NY (2018), pp. 319-327, ISBN 978-1138643109

Bernard, J. M. (2017). An Application of Decision Tree Models to Examine Motor Vehicle Crash Severity Outcomes.  Journal of the Transportation Research Forum, 56 (2).

Zsidisin, George A., Boyana N. Petkova, Lance W. Saunders, and Mark Bisseling, “Identifying and Managing Supply Quality Risk,” International Journal of Logistics Management Vol. 27, No. 3 (2016), pp. 908-930.

Bernard, J. M., & Sweeney II, D. C. (2015). Contributing Circumstances Impact on Missouri Teenage Driver Crash Fatalities.Journal of the Transportation Research Forum, 54(1), 5-21. Zsidisin, George A., Boyana N. Petkova, and Lammertjan Dam, “Examining the Influence of Supply Chain Glitches on Shareholder Wealth: Does the Reason Matter?” International Journal of Production Research, Vol. 54, No. 1 (2016), pp. 69-82.

Jia, Fu and George A. Zsidisin, “Supply Relational Risk: What Role Does Guanxi Play?” Journal of Business Logistics,Vol. 35, No. 3 (2014), pp. 259-267.

Bracy, J. M.B., Bao, K. Q., & Mundy R. A. (2019). Highway Infrastructure and Safety Implications of AV Technology in the Motor Carrier Industry. Research in Transportation Economics. 77. 100758.