Journal of Management Information and Decision Sciences

Articles from Vol. 14, No. 2, July

A Binomially Distributed Production Process Revisited: A Pedagogical Approach
INTRODUCTION The economics of rework/re-manufacturing in production systems is very important since it affects the time and cost to achieve a required production yield. The goal is to achieve the required production yield within the expected time...
A Framework for Analyzing Decision Aid User Interactions with Decision Aids
INTRODUCTION Whether a decision aid is accepted by its users is an important question in decision aid research. Systems acceptance in general is a crucial question in information systems research. This paper presents a framework for analyzing user...
Competition in Multi-Channel Supply Chains
INTRODUCTION Two strategies of market competition have been widely observed in SC systems. One strategy is price competition which is often defined as Bertrand competition in economics literature. The other is quantity competition which is typically...
Information Security Activities of College Students: An Exploratory Study
INTRODUCTION Communication, instruction, registration, advising, and administrative functions at institutions of higher education are increasingly conducted through technology-mediated communication (Allen & Seaman, 2010; Chueng & Huang,...
Lexicographic Goal Programming Approaches to the Three-Group Classification Problem
INTRODUCTION Over the last thirty years there has been considerable research interest in mathematical programming approaches to the statistical classification problem. Various simulation studies (Lee, Gallagher & Patterson, 2003; Bal, Orkcu...
Managing Risk in Operations
INTRODUCTION Risk is defined in a variety of ways, depending on context and the presumed interest of the reader. Amram & Kulatilaka (1999) assert, "The adverse consequence of a firm's exposure is risk." Mandel (1996) employs two broad categories...
Open Innovation Modeling Using Game Theory
INTRODUCTION Open innovation approach is a paradigm for sharing the new technologies resulted from research and development by collaborators and partners. This approach treats research and development as an open system and assumes that firms can...
Quantitative Methods Professors' Perspectives on the Cost of College Textbooks
INTRODUCTION Textbooks in higher education are used by instructors in varying ways. Some instructors use the text as a supplement to other course material while other instructors use the text as the primary source of course material. In either case,...
Satisfaction and Repurchase Intention: B2B Buyer-Seller Relationships in Medium-Technology Industries
INTRODUCTION It is important for supply chain practitioners to understand customers' repurchase intentions and the factors that influence repurchase intentions (Patterson, Johnson & Spreng, 1997) because increased repurchases (customer loyalty)...
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