Journal of Supply Chain Management

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Edited By: Lisa Ellram, Craig Carter, and Chad Autry, Co-Editors-in-Chief; Lutz Kaufmann, European Editor; Thomas Callarman and Xiande Zhao, Asian Co-Editors

Impact Factor: 3.717

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 11/173 (Management)

Online ISSN: 1745-493X

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Read the latest Virtual Issue from the Journal of Supply Chain Management on Resources, Capabilities, and Supply Chain Management.

Also be sure to check out Sustainable Supply Chain Management as well.

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Call for Papers

Call for Papers

Special Topic Forum on Theory Building Surrounding Sustainable Supply Chain Management

Submission Period: December 15, 2014 - January 15, 2015

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Special Topic Forum on Power in Supply Chain Management

Submission Period: December 1, 2015 - December 31, 2015

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Impact and Awards

Emerald Citations of Excellence Award

The article by Mark Pagell and Zhaohui Wu, entitled, "Building a More Complete Theory of Sustainable Supply Chain Management Using Case Studies of 10 Exemplars," (2009, Vol. 45, No. 2) received the prestigious Emerald Citations of Excellence Award for 2013. This award is given to the 50 most outstanding and highest impact articles out of the over 15,000 articles published by the top 300 management journals. This award is given based on media coverage, citations, and implementation in practice. The article by Aleda Roth, Andy Tsay, Mellie Pullman and John Gray ("Unraveling the Food Supply Chain: Strategic Insights from China and the 2007 Recalls", 2008, Vol. 44, No. 1) received the 2012 Emerald Citation of Excellence Award.

Top Cited Article from JSCM

2013 Impact Factor: 3.717

Top Cited article from JSCM contributing to the 2013 Impact Factor -- free for a limited time

Purchasing, Supply Chain Management and Sustained Competitive Advantage: The Relevance of Resource-based Theory
Jay B. Barney

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