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Dr Luisa Huatuco
Reader in Operations Management

Profile

Biography

Luisa Huatuco is a Reader in Operations Management. She joined the School for Business and Society in September 2015. Previously, she was a Lecturer in Operations & Business Processes at Leeds University Business School. She obtained her DPhil from the University of Oxford with the thesis entitled: “The role of rescheduling in manufacturing systems’ complexity”.

She was the Principal Investigator on the EU funded project: DISRUPT “Quantitative modelling of sustainable supply chains subject to major disruptions” and has been involved in two major EPSRC funded activities: Complexity in the Supply Chain project (GR/M57842) and Manufacturing Futures Network (EP/D059046/1). Her research work has been carried out with industrial collaborators, including: B&K, Kingkraft, Eminox, Union Industries, Clariant UK plc, Sulzer Pumps, ALPLA and Graphic plc.

She is a Co-Track chair of the British Academy of Management conference, Performance Management track. She is an External Examiner at Staffordshire
University Business School, and Strathclyde University Department of Design Manufacturing and Engineering Management.

She is the Co-Editor for the International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management (IJPPM) together with Dr Nicky Shaw from Leeds University Business School (University of Leeds, UK).

She is an Editorial Advisory Board member of the International Journal of Knowledge and Systems Science (IJKSS) and formerly of the International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management (IJPPM). She is a member of the Editorial Review Board for the International Journal of Operations and Production Management (IJOPM).

Luisa is a member of the EPSRC Manufacturing Futures Network, British Academy of Management (BAM), European Operations Management Association (EurOMA) and Decision Sciences Institute (DSI).

Departmental roles

Deputy Head of Group: People, Operations and Marketing.

 

Research

Overview

Luisa’s expertise in manufacturing systems' complexity, contextualises her current research interests at firm and supply chain levels: sustainable supply chains, management of disruptions to distribution/logistics and high value manufacturing.

She has disseminated the results of her research using various routes including: internationally ranked academic journals and several international conferences. She has also been fostering links with researchers in Latin America and Europe.

She has co-Guest Edited a special volume on “Decision-support models and tools for helping to make real progress to more sustainable societies” for the Journal of Cleaner Production (Vol. 105), as well as two special issues for the International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management on: “Third Sector and Performance” (Vol. 63, No. 6) and “Performance measurement of sustainable supply chains” (Vol. 62, No.8). More recently, she is a co-Guest Editor of a special issue on “Service Improvement in Public Sector Operations – a European comparative analysis” for the European Management Journal (Vol. 38, No. 3).

Projects

 

-Complexity in the Supply Chain


-High Value Manufacturing


-Supply chain disruptions and sustainability metrics


-Net zero goals: low carbon and business growth


-UN Sustainable Development Goals, SDG 9 and SDG 12

Research group(s)

 

Sustainability and Resilience theme


Risk, Innovation and the Economy theme



Grants

PI: Research England Quality-Related Research Strategic Priorities Fund (£12.9k). “Strategies towards achieving low carbon and high-value added from the economic sectors,”. Mid-February until end September 2022.

PI: Research England Quality-Related Research Strategic Priorities Fund (£4k). Brief on “Low carbon infrastructure and business growth”. Mid-February until end March
2021.

PI: Newton Fund Research Links UK-Brazil, November 2018, (£53k): British Council/Newton Fund UK-Brazil researcher links workshop on: “UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): International Academic Collaboration for Transformational Industry and its Social and Environmental Impacts” UK PI: Dr Luisa Huatuco, Brazil PI: Professor Kruglianskas. University of Sao Paulo, 13th -16th August 2019.


Co-I for EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account funded from SDDU High Value Engineering Sand pit “Smart / Adaptable structures for medical applications:
Integrated Enabling Technologies and Innovation Processes” (£7.5k), May-July 2015.

PI for Marie Curie Incoming International Fellowship (278k euros), January 2012. DISRUPT “Quantitative modelling of sustainable supply chains subject to major
disruptions”. With MCIIF Professor Jairo Montoya Torres.

Collaborators

Several Universities in UK and Europe as well as Latin America. In particular, some long-term collaboration with colleagues from:

University of Oxford, UK


Politechnico di Milano, Italy


University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Available PhD research projects

If you are a prospective PhD student and have research interests for a PhD project in relation to my research interests. Please follow the information in PhD programme website at:


Management (PhD) - School for Business and Society, University of York

Supervision

PhD theses, preliminary titles

Lead supervisor: Katie Noble, “Knowledge and perspectives on laboratory grown meat: Understanding the environmental sustainability of meat alternatives and how that informs consumer perspectives”, started in October 2021.


Lead supervisor: Juan Ramon Candia, “How can digital technologies contribute to transform Business Models in the context of sustainability?”, started in October 2020.

Second supervisor: Jin Chen: “Evolution of the e-commerce enabled short food supply chain (SFSC) in local contexts and interrelated knowledge management: The cases of
Taobao villages” with Professor Bob Doherty, started supervision mid-July 2020.

Lead supervisor: Edidiong Udo “Addressing the Challenge of Supply Chain Disruption for Businesses: Exploring the advantages of Big Data” with Professor Peter Ball, started mid-
January 2019.

Publications

Selected publications

Selected Publications (*Luisa as corresponding author)

Journal Papers


*Fernandez Campos, P., L. Huaccho Huatuco and P. Trucco (2022). Framing the interplay mechanisms between Structural and Dynamic complexity in supply chains. Production Planning and Control [3* ABS list], Available online from 2 nd September 2022. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2022.2114959. [Open access].


*Huaccho Huatuco L, J. Smart, A. Calinescu and S. Sivadasan (2020). Complexity Transfer in supplier-customer systems. Production Planning and Control (PPC), Vol. 32, Issue 9, pp. 747-759 [3* ABS list]. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2020.1762135


*Huaccho Huatuco, L. and Ball, P. D. (2019). The quest for achieving United Nations Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs): Infrastructure and innovation for Responsible production and consumption, invited ThinkBox paper, RAUSP Management Journal, Published online 12 th June 2019. DOI: https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/RAUSP-04-2019-0068 [Open access].


Fernandez Campos, P., P. Trucco and L. Huaccho Huatuco (2019). Managing structural and dynamic complexity in Supply Chains: insights from four case studies. Production Planning and Control (PPC), Vol. 30, Issue 8, pp. 611-623. [3* ABS list]. DOI: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09537287.2018.1545952.


*Huaccho Huatuco L, V Martinez, T F Burgess and N E Shaw (2019). High Value Manufacturing (HVM) in the UK: Case studies and focus group insights. Production Planning and Control (PPC), Vol. 30, Issue 1, pp. 60-75. [3* ABS list]. DOI: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09537287.2018.1524162.


Burgess T F, P Grimshaw, L Huaccho Huatuco and N E Shaw (2017). Mapping the Operations Management field: a journal governance perspective. International Journal of Operations & Production Management (IJOPM), Vol. 37, Issue 7, pp. 898-926., DOI: 10.1108/IJOPM-01-2016-0043 [4* ABS list].


Gonzalez, E; Sarkis J; Huisingh D; Huatuco L H; Maculan N; Montoya-Torres J; de Almeida C. M.V.B. (2015). Making real progress toward more sustainable societies using decision support models and tools: Introduction to the special volume. Journal of Cleaner Production (JCLP), Vol. 105, pp. 1-13, DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.05.047 [2* ABS list].


*Sivadasan S, J Smart, L Huaccho Huatuco and A Calinescu (2013). Reducing schedule instability by identifying and omitting complexity-adding information flows in supply chains. International Journal of Production Economics (IJPE), Vol. 145, Issue 1, pp. 253-262, DOI: 10.1016/j.ijpe.2013.04.043 [3* ABS list].


Smart J, A Calinescu and L Huaccho Huatuco (2013). Extending the information-theoretic
measures of the dynamic complexity of manufacturing systems. International Journal of 2 Production Research, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p 362-379, DOI: 10.1080/00207543.2011.638677. [3*ABS list].

Wu, Y, L Huaccho Huatuco, G Frizelle and J Smart (2012). A method for analysing the Operational Complexity in supply chains, Journal of the Operational Research Society (JORS), Vol. 64, Issue 5, pp. 654-667, DOI: 10.1057/jors.2012.63. [3*ABS list].


*Mejias Herrera S H and L Huaccho Huatuco (2012). Macroergomonics’ contribution to the effectiveness of collaborative supply chains. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, Vol. 41 Supplement 1, pp. 2695-2700, DOI: 10.3233/WOR-2012-0513-2695.


Mejias Herrera S H and L Huaccho Huatuco (2011). Macroergonomics Intervention Programmes: Recommendations for their design and implementation. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing, Vol. 21, Issue 3, pp. 227-243, DOI: 10.1002/hfm.20229. [Impact factor 0.862]


*Huaccho Huatuco L, T F Burgess and N E Shaw (2010). Entropic-related complexity for reengineering a robust supply chain: a case study. Production Planning and Control, Vol. 21, Issue 8, pp. 724-735, DOI: 10.1080/09537281003596185. [3*ABS list].


*Sivadasan S, J Smart, L Huaccho Huatuco and A Calinescu (2010). Operational Complexity and Supplier-Customer Integration: Case studies insights and complexity rebound, Journal of the Operational Research Society (JORS), Vol. 61, Issue 12, pp. 1709- 1718, DOI: 10.1057/jors.2009.138. [3*ABS list].


*Huaccho Huatuco, L., J Efstathiou, A Calinescu, S Sivadasan and S Kariuki (2009). Comparing the impact of different rescheduling strategies on the entropic-related complexity of manufacturing systems. International Journal of Production Research, Vol. 47, Issue 15, pp. 4305 – 4325, DOI: 10.1080/00207540701871036. [3*ABS list].

Sivadasan S, J Efstathiou, A Calinescu and L Huaccho Huatuco (2006). Advances on Measuring the Operational Complexity of Supplier-Customer Systems. European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 171, Issue 1, pp. 208-226, DOI: 10.1016/j.ejor.2004.08.032. [4*ABS list].

Edited book


*Ball, P., Huaccho Huatuco, L., Howlett, R. J. and Setchi, R. (2019). Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2019: Proceedings of the 6 th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (KES-SDM-19). Smart, Innovation, Systems and Technologies, Vol. 155, Springer Singapore. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-13-9271-9.


Montoya-Torres J R, A A. Juan, L Huaccho Huatuco, J Faulin and G L. Rodriguez-Verjan (Eds.) (2011). Hybrid Algorithms for Service, Computing and Manufacturing Systems: Routing and Scheduling Solutions, IGI Global. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61350-086-6. Weblink: http://www.igi-global.com/bookstore/titledetails.aspx?titleid=51934

Book chapters


*Feng, K. and Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2021). Sustainable Purchasing Practices: A study of Fresh Food SMEs in Yorkshire. Proceedings of the Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2021 Conference, virtual conference, 15 th – 17 th September 2021. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-16- 6128-0_15


*Chen, Y. and Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2020). Sustainable supply chain management in fast moving consumer goods organizations. Proceedings of the Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2020 Conference, virtual conference, 9 th -11 th September 2020. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-15-8131-1_4


Udo, E. I., Huaccho Huatuco, L. and Ball, P. D. (2019). Multimodal Freight Transportation: Sustainability Challenges. In: Ball, P., Huaccho Huatuco, L., Howlett, R. J. and Setchi, R. (2019). Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2019: Proceedings of the 6 th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (KES-SDM-19). Smart, Innovation, Systems and Technologies, Vol. 155, Springer Singapore. 10 p. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-13-9271-9_12


*Tong, Z. and Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2018). Lean manufacturing, culture and their role on sustainability in the Chinese automotive industry: A case study. In: Dao, D, Howlett, Setchi, R. and Vlacic, L. (Eds.). Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2018, Smart Innovations, Systems and Technologies. Vol. 130. Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Pp. 1-10. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-04290-5_1.


Vlachos, I., L. Huaccho Huatuco, G. ShakirUllah and A. Roa-Atkinson (2019). Chapter 5: A systematic literature review on sustainability and disruptions in supply chains. In: Liu, X. (Ed) (2018) Environmental Sustainability in Asian Logistics and Supply Chains. Part 1: Empirical and Conceptual Research, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. DOI: 10.1007/978- 981-13-0451-4 (ebook). Pp. 85-96. DOI for chapter: 10.1007%2F978-981-13-0451-4_5


*Huaccho Huatuco, L., ShakirUllah G. and T. F. Burgess (2017). Supply Chain Major Disruptions and Sustainability metrics: A case study. In: Campana, G., Howlett, R.J., Setchi, R., Cimatti, B. (Eds.). Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2017, Smart Innovations, Systems and Technologies, Springer, Vol. 68, pp. 185-192, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-57078- 5_18.


*Yu, C. and L. Huaccho Huatuco (2016). Supply Chain Risk Management Identification and Mitigation: A Case Study in a Chinese Dairy Company. In: Setchi, R., Howlett, P. J., Liu, Y. and Theobald, P. (Eds.). Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2016, Smart Innovations, Systems and Technologies, Springer, Vol. 52, Part VI, pp. 475-486, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-32098-4_41.


*Ren, X. and L. Huaccho Huatuco (2016). Supplier Selection Processes: A Case Study in a Chinese Dairy Company, In: Setchi, R., Howlett, P. J., Liu, Y. and Theobald, P. (Eds.). Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2016, Smart Innovations, Systems and Technologies, Springer, Vol. 52, Part VI, pp.467-474, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-32098-4_40.


*Huang, T-Y. and L. Huaccho Huatuco (2016). Agri-food supply chain for mitigation of volatilities in the role of intermediary: A case study of a mushroom trading company in Taiwan, In: Setchi, R., Howlett, P. J., Liu, Y. and Theobald, P. (Eds.). Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2016, Smart Innovations, Systems and Technologies, Springer, Vol. 52, Part VI, pp. 447-454, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-32098-4_38.

*Huaccho Huatuco L and A Calinescu (2011). Chapter 10: Hybrid Algorithms for Manufacturing Rescheduling: customised vs. commodity production. In: Montoya-Torres J R, A. A. Juan, L Huaccho Huatuco, J Faulin and G L. Rodriguez-Verjan (Eds.). Hybrid Algorithms for Service, Computing and Manufacturing Systems: Routing and Scheduling Solutions, IGI Global, pp. 195-224, DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61350-086-6.ch010.

Sivadasan S, J Efstathiou, A Calinescu and L Huaccho Huatuco (2004). Supply Chain Complexity. In: New S and R Westbrook (Eds.) (2004). Understanding Supply Chains. Oxford University Press. pp. 133-163. ISSN: 0-19-925932-1. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/understanding-supply-chains-9780199259328?lang=en&cc=gb

Policy document


Huaccho Huatuco, L., Zevallos Porles, G., Candia, J. R. and Mathew, R.C. (2022). “Strategies towards achieving low carbon and high-value added from the economic sectors in North Yorkshire”, report for the North Yorkshire County Council, September 2022.


Huaccho Huatuco, L., Zevallos Porles, G. and Candia, J. R. (2021). “Low carbon infrastructure and business growth in North Yorkshire: Sectoral and business growth”. Management Perspectives. The University of York Management School, June 2021. 5 p. webpage: Low Carbon Infrastructure in North Yorkshire - Management, University of York Related videos: https://youtu.be/76nSQ8dA_20 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HY8insRe9_Q


Huaccho Huatuco L (2016). “High Value Manufacturing in the UK. High Value Manufacturing in the UK – next steps for innovation, investment and competitiveness”, Westminster Business Forum, Glaziers Hall, London, 14th July 2016, pp. 69.

Company presentation/reports


Fernandez Campos, P., P. Trucco, and L. Huaccho Huatuco (2018). Managing Structural and Dynamic Complexity in Supply Chains: “Defence” company Report, Politecnico di Milano and University of York, pp. 20.


Fernandez Campos, P., P. Trucco, and L. Huaccho Huatuco (2018). Managing Structural and Dynamic Complexity in Supply Chains: “Drinks” company Report, Politecnico di Milano and University of York, pp. 20.


Fernandez Campos, P., P. Trucco, and L. Huaccho Huatuco (2018). Managing Structural and Dynamic Complexity in Supply Chains: “Auto” company Report, Politecnico di Milano and University of York, pp. 20.

Fernandez Campos, P., P. Trucco, and L. Huaccho Huatuco (2018). Managing Structural and Dynamic Complexity in Supply Chains: “Percomp” company Report, Politecnico di Milano and University of York, pp. 20.


Zhao, Y. and L. Huaccho Huatuco (2017). Rail vs plane, An analysis of the cost, experience and environmental differences: London to/from Edinburgh. The York Management School (TYMS), UK, MSc Management Power Point presentation, 5th September 2017.


*ShakirUllah, G., L. Huaccho Huatuco and T.F. Burgess (2014). Major Disruptions and Sustainability in supply chains, Kingkraft report, Leeds University Business School (LUBS), UK, pp 18.


*ShakirUllah, G., L. Huaccho Huatuco and T.F. Burgess (2014). Major Disruptions and Sustainability in supply chains, Brüel & Kjær report, Leeds University Business School (LUBS), UK, pp. 20.


Ofori-Amanfo, J., L. Huaccho Huatuco and T.F. Burgess (2013). Developing supply management capabilities in manufacturing SMEs, Kingkraft report, Leeds University Business School (LUBS), UK, pp. 28.


Ofori-Amanfo, J., L. Huaccho Huatuco and T.F. Burgess (2012). Increasing agility within an extended manufacturing supply network, Leeds University Business School (LUBS), UK, pp. 32.


*Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2011). High Value Manufacturing: A pilot study. Leeds University Business School (LUBS), UK, pp.32.


*Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2008). Rescheduling and Complexity for Customised Products; Phase 2: Before vs. After CPR. Clariant Report. Leeds University Business School (LUBS), UK, pp. 23.


*Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2006). Rescheduling and Complexity for Customised Products. Final report of the Seed corn fund research project, 31 st July 2006. Leeds University Business School (LUBS), UK, pp. 19.


*Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2005). Rescheduling and Complexity for Customised Products, Sulzer Pumps UK report, Leeds University Business School (LUBS), UK, pp. 20.


Sivadasan, S., L. Huaccho Huatuco, B. Gourmelen, D. Zhou, A. Calinescu, J. Efstathiou and G. Frizelle (2000). Supply Chain Complexity Study Report to Industry: BAE SYSTEMS and Graphic. Manufacturing Systems Group, Oxford University and Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge University. Internal Report.


Sivadasan, S., L. Huaccho Huatuco, D. Zhou, G. Duhamel, E. van der Merwe, A. Calinescu, G. Frizelle and J. Efstathiou (2000). Supply Chain Complexity Study Report to Industry: Post-Integration Study of Lever No 1 Liquids and ALPLA (Port Sunlight). Manufacturing Systems Group, Oxford University and Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge University. Internal Report.

Public Engagement/Press release


Huang, M. and Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2021). “Failing to deliver: Research reveals parcel delivery companies disappointed customers during lockdown” Press release by British Academy of Management conference 2021, 2 nd September 2021 https://aboutmanchester.co.uk/failing-to-deliver-research-reveals-parcel-delivery-companies-disappointed-customers-during-lockdown/https://phys.org/news/2021-09-parcel-delivery-companies-disappointed-customers.html  and https://www.businessleader.co.uk/remarkable-decline-in-customers-satisfaction-with-parcel-delivery-companies-during-lockdown/


Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2020). “Supplies in Demand”. Dr Luisa Huatuco, senior lecturer in Operations Management, was invited to talk on the subject of supply chains and COVID-19 disruption at a Quantum Sauce quarantine special aired on YouTube. The discussion was organised and hosted by Dr Adam Booth from the School of Earth and the Environment at the University of Leeds. 27 th May 2020. Weblink at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjiG_D-qigA&feature=youtu.be

Conference papers - post-2018 (*Luisa as presenter)

*Huaccho Huatuco, L., Zevallos Porles, Candia, J. R. and Mathew, R. C. (2022). Strategies towards achieving low carbon and high-value added from the economic sectors, Summer Conference on Global Pasts, Presents and Futures: Actors, Institutions and Ideas in an Uncertain World. 9 th September 2022, School for Business and Society, University of York.


*Oliveira, R. and Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2022). Integrated risk management performance and manufacturing capabilities in the energy sector. Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Conference 2022, 31 st August -2 nd September 2022, Manchester. Conference (bam.ac.uk). Best full paper award in the Performance Management Track.


Candia, J. R., Huaccho Huatuco, L. and Ball, P. (2022). Digital Climate Solutions: How emerging enterprises are responding to Climate Change and delivering value to customers and the planet. Proceedings of the 30 th European Operations Management Association conference, 1-6 July 2022, Berlin. Home | Euroma 2022


Candia, J. R., Huaccho Huatuco, L. and Ball, P. (2022). Business Models Embedding Ecosystem Services to tackle Climate Change: The case of Digital Climate Solutions. Proceedings of the Sustainable Business Model Challenges: Economic Recovery and Digital Transformation conference, 23 rd -24 th June 2022, Rome. NBM Conferences (newbusinessmodels.org).


*Huang, M. and Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2021). Parcel delivery service in UK under supply chain disruption caused by COVID-19 from customers’ perspective. Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Conference 2021, Conference in the cloud, 31 st August – 3rd September 2021. Attracted attention for Press release.

*Huaccho Huatuco, L., Zevallos Porles and Candia, J. R. (2021). Sustainability and Economic Sectors in North Yorkshire: A cluster analysis. Proceedings of the e-LRN 2021 Special Web Conference. Logistics Research Network, 8th – 10th September 2021. Related videos: https://youtu.be/76nSQ8dA_20 and
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HY8insRe9_Q


*Zhou, M. and Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2020). E-commerce in Fresh Food Supply Chain in China and its role on Quality performance. Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Conference 2020, Conference in the cloud, 2 nd -4 th September 2020.


*Feng, K. and Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2020). Sustainable Purchasing Practices Implementation in Fresh Food Small and Medium Enterprises in the UK. Proceedings of the e-LRN 2020 Special Web Conference. Logistics Research Network, 9 th -11 th September 2020.


Huaccho Huatuco, L., Ball, P. and Hourneaux Jr., F. (2019). Infrastructure and Innovation for Responsible Production and Consumption: Insights from UK and Brazil. CEGBI Summer Conference 2019, York, 13 th September 2019.


Karimi, H. and Huaccho Huatuco, L (2019). Supply Chain Management Strategies for Increasing Productivity and Satisfying Customer Demand in the Fast Fashion Retail Sector in the UK, Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Conference 2019, Aston University, Birmingham, 3 rd - 5 th September 2019.


Vlachos, I., Huaccho Huatuco, L. and Roa-Atkinson, A. (2018). Meta-analysis of Supply Chain Collaboration and Integration effects on Firm Performance and the moderating role of Information Technology Resources and Capabilities. Decision Sciences Institute Annual meeting, Chicago, USA, 17 th -19 th November 2018.


*Zhao, Y. and Huaccho Huatuco, L. (2018). Key criteria affecting passengers’ choice between train and plane: A case study. Proceedings of the British Academy of Management Conference 2018, Bristol, 4 th – 6 th September 2018.

Full publications list

 

Compositions

 

Recordings

 

 Luisa Huatuco

School for Business and Society
University of York
Church Lane Building
York Science Park
Heslington
York YO10 5ZF

Telephone: +44 (0) 1904 325077
Email:
luisa.huatuco@york.ac.uk
Room: CL/A/118G

 

Subject Group

People, Operations and Marketing

 

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