ASU supply chain faculty
The Department of Supply Chain Management within the W. P. Carey School of Business is consistently ranked in the Top 3 nationally for undergraduate and graduate programs by U.S. News & World Report. Our faculty members are globally known for their expertise, and the department’s research is crucial in advancing global supply chain management.
ASU supply chain faculty members conduct innovative supply chain management research that advances the field, and they bring this research into the classroom to advance the skills of our graduates. They serve as consultants to leading companies and government agencies, and their research production is recognized among business schools worldwide.
W. P. Carey faculty members also contribute to and edit prestigious academic journals, and are sought out as experts in their fields by such media outlets as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, BusinessWeek, USA Today, CNN and National Public Radio. Explore more media coverage, research highlights, and stories through W. P. Carey News.
Hitendra Chaturvedi | Bio
12 News: Expert expects supply chain issues to continue into 2023
W. P. Carey News: Experts are ‘growing’ small and medium-sized businesses in a lab
CAPS Research: Reverse Logistics 5x5 Formula for Success
John Fowler | Bio
Decision Sciences: Decision Assessment Algorithms for Location and Capacity Optimization under Resource Shortages
Journal of Simulation: How Simulation Modelling Can Help Reduce the Impact of COVID-19
Journal of Business Economics: Bi-criteria Parallel Batch Machine Scheduling to Minimize Total Weighted Tardiness and Electricity Cost
Dale Rogers | Bio
Slate: The overlooked factor that’s keeping supply chains screwy
Wired: Climate change is disrupting the global supply chain, too
Supply Chain Management Review: The trouble with inventories