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PDW - IJPE special issue "Revamping multi-tier supply chain relationships"

  • 1.  PDW - IJPE special issue "Revamping multi-tier supply chain relationships"

    Posted 05-27-2024 18:14

    Dear colleagues,

    The Guest Editors of the special issue, "Revamping multi-tier supply chain relationships: Using dyadic, triadic, and network data to explore uncharted territory and discover new frontiers" ( for the International Journal of Production Economics (IJPE, ABS2021: 3, Impact factor: 12, Q1), will be hosting a paper development workshop where participants can present their working paper to receive valuable feedback before the official submission deadline (August 31st). This workshop will aim to provide suggestions and directions for improvement to maximize the chances of publication in the Special Issue.

    To participate in the event, please submit your information and your extended proposal using the following link:
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    Be sure that your abstract clearly explains how your study meets the following three criteria that are essential for papers to be considered for the special issue:

      1.  They need to use data
      2.  This data needs to objectively capture at least two nodes of the supply chain
      3.  The paper needs to significantly advance our understanding of supply chain relationship management in BOTH theory and practice.

    Notification of acceptance to present in the workshop, with additional details, will be sent by June 10th. Following the workshop, standout papers will be officially invited to be submitted to the IJPE Special Issue
    and undergo the full peer review process. Please note that participation in the workshop and invitation to submit is not a requirement to submit to the special issue and does not guarantee that the paper will be ultimately accepted.

    We look forward to receiving your submissions!

    Andrea Patrucco, Emel Aktas, Laharish Guntuka, Prab Mukandwal

    Laharish Guntuka, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management
    Saunders College of Business
    Rochester Institute of Technology
    Max Lowenthal Hall 3332
    Rochester, NY 14623
    Ph. 585-475-2266