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Nezih Altay
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OR/MS research in disaster operations management
N Altay, WG Green III
European Journal of Operational Research 175 (1), 475-493, 2006
22502006
The role of Big Data in explaining disaster resilience in supply chains for sustainability
T Papadopoulos, A Gunasekaran, R Dubey, N Altay, SJ Childe, ...
Journal of cleaner production 142, 1108-1118, 2017
6842017
Supply chain agility, adaptability and alignment: empirical evidence from the Indian auto components industry
R Dubey, N Altay, A Gunasekaran, C Blome, T Papadopoulos, SJ Childe
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 38 (1), 129-148, 2018
5382018
Agility and resilience as antecedents of supply chain performance under moderating effects of organizational culture within the humanitarian setting: a dynamic capability view
N Altay, A Gunasekaran, R Dubey, SJ Childe
Production planning & control 29 (14), 1158-1174, 2018
3722018
Strategic supplier selection under sustainability and risk criteria
R Alikhani, SA Torabi, N Altay
International Journal of Production Economics 208, 69-82, 2019
2682019
Challenges in humanitarian information management and exchange: evidence from Haiti
N Altay, M Labonte
Disasters 38 (s1), S50-S72, 2014
2472014
Information diffusion among agents: Implications for humanitarian operations
N Altay, R Pal
Production and Operations Management 23 (6), 1015-1027, 2014
2402014
Impact of disasters on firms in different sectors: implications for supply chains
N Altay, A Ramirez
Journal of Supply Chain Management 46 (4), 59-80, 2010
2292010
Swift trust and commitment: The missing links for humanitarian supply chain coordination?
R Dubey, N Altay, C Blome
Annals of Operations Research 283, 159-177, 2019
1822019
Big data in humanitarian supply chain networks: A resource dependence perspective
S Prasad, R Zakaria, N Altay
Annals of Operations Research 270 (1), 383-413, 2018
1492018
Building disaster‐resilient micro enterprises in the developing world
S Prasad, HC Su, N Altay, J Tata
Disasters 39 (3), 447-466, 2015
1482015
Big data in humanitarian supply chain management: A review and further research directions
S Gupta, N Altay, Z Luo
Annals of Operations Research 283 (1), 1153-1173, 2019
1442019
On the demand distributions of spare parts
AA Syntetos, MZ Babai, N Altay
International Journal of Production Research 50 (8), 2101-2117, 2012
1312012
Improving disaster response efforts with decision support systems
S Thompson, N Altay, WG Green III, J Lapetina
International Journal of Emergency Management 3 (4), 250-263, 2006
1282006
Retail supply chain network design with concurrent resilience capabilities
R Alikhani, SA Torabi, N Altay
International journal of production economics 234, 108042, 2021
1042021
Strategic planning for disaster relief logistics: lessons from supply chain management
N Altay, S Prasad, J Sounderpandian
International Journal of Services Sciences 2 (2), 142-161, 2009
93*2009
Understanding employee turnover in humanitarian organizations
R Dubey, A Gunasekaran, N Altay, SJ Childe, T Papadopoulos
Industrial and Commercial Training 48 (4), 208-214, 2016
882016
Adapting Wright's modification of Holt's method to forecasting intermittent demand
N Altay, F Rudisill, LA Litteral
International Journal of Production Economics 111 (2), 389-408, 2008
882008
Capability-based resource allocation for effective disaster response
N Altay
IMA Journal of Management Mathematics 24 (2), 253-266, 2013
792013
Approaches to the design of refugee camps: An empirical study in Kenya, Ethiopia, Greece, and Turkey
M Jahre, J Kembro, A Adjahossou, N Altay
Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management 8 (3), 323-345, 2018
682018
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