Gerald Reiner
Gerald Reiner
Professor of Operations Management, Vienna University of Economics and Business
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A meta‐analysis of humanitarian logistics research
N Kunz, G Reiner
Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management, 2012
2522012
Research methodologies in supply chain management
H Kotzab, S Seuring, M Müller, G Reiner
Springer Science & Business Media, 2006
2282006
Customized supply chain design: Problems and alternatives for a production company in the food industry. A simulation based analysis
G Reiner, M Trcka
International Journal of Production Economics 89 (2), 217-229, 2004
1982004
Customer-oriented improvement and evaluation of supply chain processes supported by simulation models
G Reiner
International journal of production economics 96 (3), 381-395, 2005
1602005
Investing in disaster management capabilities versus pre-positioning inventory: A new approach to disaster preparedness
N Kunz, G Reiner, S Gold
International Journal of Production Economics 157, 261-272, 2014
1502014
Performance improvement of supply chain processes by coordinated inventory and capacity management
W Jammernegg, G Reiner
International Journal of Production Economics 108 (1-2), 183-190, 2007
1352007
A drone fleet model for last-mile distribution in disaster relief operations
B Rabta, C Wankmüller, G Reiner
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 28, 107-112, 2018
1012018
Efficiency analysis of supply chain processes
G Reiner, P Hofmann
International journal of production research 44 (23), 5065-5087, 2006
912006
Analyzing the efficient execution of in‐store logistics processes in grocery retailing—The case of dairy products
G Reiner, C Teller, H Kotzab
Production and Operations Management 22 (4), 924-939, 2013
822013
Retail store operations and food waste
C Teller, C Holweg, G Reiner, H Kotzab
Journal of Cleaner Production 185, 981-997, 2018
752018
The internationalization process in companies located at the borders of emerging and developed countries
G Reiner, K Demeter, M Poiger, I Jenei
International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 2008
712008
Analysis of critical factors of company success based on the EFQM excellence model
G Reiner
PROCEEDINGS OF WORLD CONGRESS FOR TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT 2 (7), 361-366, 2002
522002
Demand forecasting for supply processes in consideration of pricing and market information
G Reiner, J Fichtinger
International Journal of Production Economics 118 (1), 55-62, 2009
482009
Sustainable global agrifood supply chains: exploring the barriers
S Gold, N Kunz, G Reiner
Journal of industrial ecology 21 (2), 249-260, 2017
472017
Unknown knowns and known unknowns: Framing the role of organizational learning in corporate social responsibility development
Z Fortis, F Maon, J Frooman, G Reiner
International Journal of Management Reviews 20 (2), 277-300, 2018
412018
Drivers for improving supply chain performance: an empirical study
P Hofmann, G Reiner
International Journal of Integrated Supply Management 2 (3), 214-230, 2006
402006
Is there a right research design for your supply chain study?
S Seuring, M Müller, G Reiner, H Kotzab
Research methodologies in supply chain management, 1-12, 2005
372005
Supply chain management research methodology using quantitative models based on empirical data
G Reiner
Research methodologies in supply chain management, 431-444, 2005
372005
Exploring financial sustainability of SMEs during periods of production growth: A simulation study
L Schwab, S Gold, G Reiner
International Journal of Production Economics 212, 8-18, 2019
332019
A Review of Decision Support Systems for Manufacturing Systems.
A Felsberger, B Oberegger, G Reiner
SAMI@ iKNOW, 8, 2016
282016
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