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Santosh Mahapatra

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Associate Professor
Operations and Information Systems

311 Bertrand H. Snell Hall
Clarkson University
PO Box 5790
Potsdam, NY 13699-5790

Phone: 315-268-3980
Curriculum Vitae

Ph.D., Michigan State University

Research/Teaching Interests
Current research and teaching interests include Sourcing Strategy and E-Procurement; Capabilities, Practices and Performance Relationship; Manufacturing and Supply Chain Flexibility; Advanced Manufacturing Practices and Environment Management; Re-manufacturing and Reverse Logistics; and Utility Theory and Multi-Criteria Decision Models.

Courses Taught
    * EM/OM 351 Quality Management and Lean Enterprise
    * SB 361/OM 671 Supply Chain Environmental Management

Recent Publications:

Milne, R. J., Mahapatra, S. and Wang, C.  (2015). “Optimizing Planned Lead Times for Enhancing Performance of MRP systems.” International Journal of Production Economics, In Press,doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2015.05.013.

Mahapatra, S., Pal, R., Hult, T., and Talluri, S. (2015). “Assessment of Proactive Environmental Initiatives: Evaluation of Efficiency Based on Interval Scale Data.” IEEE Transactions in Engineering Management, 62(2), pp 280-293.

Mahapatra, S., Das, A., Narasimhan, R. (2012). A Contingent Theory of Supplier Management Initiatives: Effects of Competitive Intensity and Product Life Cycle. Journal of Operations Management, 30(5), pp 406-422.

Mahapatra, S., Yu, D., Mahmoodi, F. (2012). Impact of the Pull and Push-Pull Policies on the Performance of a Multi-Stage Supply Chain. International Journal of Production Research, 50(16), pp 4699–4717.

Mahapatra, S., Pal, R., Narasimhan, R. (2012). Hybrid (re)manufacturing: manufacturing and operational implications. International Journal of Production Research 50(14), pp 3786–3808.

Mahapatra, S., Narasimhan, R., Barbieri, P. (2010) “Strategic Interdependence, Governance Effectiveness and Supplier Performance: A Case Study Investigation and Theory Development”. Journal of Operations Management, 28(6), pp 537-552.