Items by Yalabik, Baris
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Number of items: 11.
Fairchild, R. and Yalabik, B., 2011. Agame-theoretic analysis of environmental behaviour at the corporate and global level. In: Mancuso, R.T., ed. Environmental Cost Management. Nova Science, pp. 167-202.
Gu, W., Chhajed, D., Petruzzi, N. C. and Yalabik, B., 2015. Quality design and environmental implications of green consumerism in remanufacturing. International Journal of Production Economics, 162, pp. 55-69. Item availability may be restricted.
Yalabik, B., Chhajed, D. and Petruzzi, N. C., 2014. Product and sales contract design in remanufacturing. International Journal of Production Economics, 154, pp. 299-312.
Lewis, M., Åhlström, P., Yalabik, B. and Mårtensson, P., 2013. Implementing advanced service technologies in the public sector:an exploratory study of the relevance and limitations of insights from private sector manufacturing technology implementation. Production Planning and Control, 24 (10-11), pp. 916-930.
Yalabik, B., Howard, M. A. and Roden, S., 2012. The innovation game:lessons in strategy and managing operations. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 32 (12), pp. 1441-1459.
Lewis, M., Ahlstrom, P. and Yalabik, B., 2012. Applying the lessons of advanced manufacturing technology adoption and implementation to the public sector. Production Planning and Control
Yalabik, B. and Fairchild, R. J., 2011. Customer, regulatory, and competitive pressure as drivers of environmental innovation. International Journal of Production Economics, 131 (2), pp. 519-527.
Gupta, P., Matulich, E. and Yalabik, B., 2011. Printing on paper:costly nuisance or pedagogical imperative? American Journal of Business Education, 4 (9), pp. 31-36.
Yalabik, B., Chhajed, D. and Petruzzi, N. C., 2005. An integrated product returns model with logistics and marketing coordination. European Journal of Operational Research, 161 (1), pp. 162-182.
Fairchild, R. and Yalabik, B., 2015. Why soft climate deals are better than tough ones. The Conversation
Yalabik, B., 2015. British steel slips into an era of steep decline – it comes as no surprise. The Conversation