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Youngjae Chun9
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Bopaya Bidanda18
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This paper reviews the broad range of literature related to sustainable manufacturing published in the International Journal of Production Research (IJPR) over the past 50 years. It establishes research frontiers and contributions in the topic of sustainable manufacturing and the related impact to environmental sustainability. With the growing concern of the environmental impact of factors such as pollution and waste, the research areas of sustainable manufactu...
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Jian (Jeff) Guan1
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Andrew S. Manikas3
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Lynn Boyd6
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The articles published in the International Journal of Production Research (IJPR) since inception have made a significant contribution to operations management (OM) research, firmly establishing IJPR as one of the most important outlets for OM research. This paper uses a text mining technique called Latent Semantic Analysis to identify the core areas of research published in IJPR since inception, and reveals how the focus on topics has evolved over time....
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Timothy D. Fry20
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Joan M. Donohue13
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Brooke A. Saladin5
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This paper evaluates the origins of the research that has been published in the International Journal of Production Research (IJPR) for the time period 1985–2010, which includes approximately 77% of all articles that have been published in IJPR since its inception. We assess the productivity of individual authors, the author’s affiliation at the time each article was published, the country the author’s affiliation is located, and the institution where the author was g...
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吳文雄1
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Lung-Ching Fang3
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Wei-Yang Wang1
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Previous studies of engineering change management (ECM) presented valuable results from the design domain of the product lifecycle management (PLM) perspective. However, few of these studies proposed a framework under the configuration management II (CMII) standards and its industrial implementation based on the design and manufacturing domains of PLM and enterprise resources planning. This study proposes an advanced CMII-based ECM framework. This framework has been successfully im...
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Abstract Concern has been expressed that UK organizations are lagging behind their competitors in the adoption of advanced manufacturing technology. It has been suggested that it is not the shortcomings of the technology that is resulting in the rejection of AMT projects but possibly the inappropriateness of the economic evaluation methods used in its appraisal, the difficulties in evaluating the potential benefits and the criteria used to assess management performance. A postal survey, a...
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Ajay Das19
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Jayanth Jayaram29
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The academic literature on manufacturing technology was reviewed to identify key contingency variables that can moderate the influence of advanced manufacturing technologies on manufacturing performance. Using this literature as a basis, this research proposes an ordering of relative importance of individual contingency variables among a set of contingency variables that influence the advanced manufacturing technologies–manufacturing performance relationship. Plant level dat...
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As manufacturers continue to automate their factories, they discover that existing cost measures should be updated. Much of the existing literature has discussed the ‘why's’ but there is little about the ‘how's’. This paper expands the cost concept to include quality and flexibility because they are critical factors for performance evaluation and project justification of advanced manufacturing systems. Then, a quantitative method of estimating the cost elements is illustrated. Finally, va...
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Timothy D. Fry20
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Joan M. Donohue13
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Determining the quality of research outlets is important for Operations Management (OM) for reasons well documented in the published literature. Over the past few decades, utilising several different methodologies from a variety of perspectives, 15 studies have assessed the quality of journals that publish OM research. The published results are inconsistent in that the relative quality of journals varies from one study to the next and no single set of OM journals
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Desirée Knoppen12
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Melek Akın Ateş4
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Alistair Brandon-Jones10
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This paper provides a comprehensive framework for treating equivalence both prior to data collection and during subsequent analyses, and assesses the extent to which equivalence is considered in survey research in six leading empirical Operations Management (OM) journals (Decision Sciences, International Journal of Operations & Production Management, International Journal of Production Research, Journal of Operations Management, Mana...
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On the basis of empirical research on a sample of Italian plants, this study: (i) analyses the relationships between advanced buyer-supplier operational interaction practices (design link, logistic link, quality link) and the basic options of the buyer's purchasing strategy, e.g. sources selection criteria, supply base reduction policies, long-term perspectives granted to suppliers (stability of procurement); and (ii) compares these operational practices and purchasing policies in ...
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