Journal of Supply Chain Management

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Edited By: Mark Pagell, Brian Fugate, and Barbara Flynn, Co-Editors-in-Chief; Lutz Kaufmann, European Editor; Xiande Zhao, Asian Co-Editor

Impact Factor: 4.571

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 10/192 (Management)

Online ISSN: 1745-493X

Editorial Board


CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF
Mark Pagell, University College - Dublin; Brian Fugate, University of Arkansas; and Barbara Flynn, Indiana University

EUROPEAN EDITOR
Lutz Kaufmann, WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management

ASIAN CO-EDITOR
Xiande Zhao, China Europe International Business School

ADVISORY BOARD

Jay Barney, University of Utah
Corey Billington, IMD
Craig Carter, Advising Editor and Editor Emeritus
Phillip Carter, CAPS Research; Editor Emeritus
Joseph Cavinato, Thunderbird School of Global Mgmt
Martin Christopher, Cranfield University
Donald Dobler, Editor Emeritus
Lisa Ellram, Advising Editor and Editor Emeritus
Harold Fearon, Founding Editor Emeritus
Robert Handfield, North Carolina State University
Jan Heide, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Michael Hitt, Texas A&M University
G. Tomas M. Hult, Michigan State University

Shelby Hunt, Texas Tech University
Richard Lamming, University of Manchester Business School
Hau Lee, Stanford University
Michiel Leenders, University of Western Ontario
Robert Lusch, University of Arizona
Jack Meredith, Wake Forest University
Roger Schroeder, University of Minnesota
Yossi Sheffi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Arian van Weele, Eindhoven University of Technology
Alvin Williams, Editor Emeritus
Oliver Williamson, University of California, Berkeley
Finn Wynstra, Erasmus University

ASSOCIATE EDITORS (Guidelines)

Chad Autry, University of Tennessee
Christoph Bode, University of Mannheim
Elliot Bendoly, Emory University
Stephen Borgatti, University of Kentucky
Kenneth Boyer, The Ohio State University
Cecil Bozarth, North Carolina State University
David Cantor, Iowa State University
Amelia Carr, Bowling Green State University
Joseph Carter, Arizona State University
Thomas Choi, Arizona State University/Yonsei University
Paul Cousins, University of Manchester Business School
Christopher Craighead,
University of Tennessee
T. Russell Crook, University of Tennessee
Patricia Daugherty, Michigan State University
David Dilts, Oregon Health and Science University
Kevin Dooley, Arizona State University
Cornelia Dröge, Michigan State University
Terry Esper, University of Arkansas
Philip Evers,University of Maryland
Stanley Fawcett,
Weber State University
Britta Gammelgaard, Copenhagen Business School
Thomas Gattiker, , Boise State University
Larry Giunipero, Florida State University
Thomas Goldsby, The Ohio State University
Stanley Griffis, Michigan State University
Curtis Grimm, University of Maryland
Christine Harland, Cardiff University Business School
Janet Hartley, Bowling Green State University
Xiaowen Huang, Miami University
Jayanth Jayaram, University of South Carolina
Vaidyanathan Jayaraman,University of Miami
George John, University of Minnesota
P. Fraser Johnson, University of Western Ontario
David A. Johnston, York University
Vijay Kannan, Utah State University
David Ketchen, Auburn University

Robert Klassen, University of Western Ontario
Xenophon Koufteros, Texas A&M University
Daniel Krause, Colorado State University
Thomas J. Kull, Arizona State University
Benn Lawson, Unviersity of Cambridge
Jeffrey Liker, University of Michigan
Kevin Linderman, University of Minnesota
Arnold Maltz, Arizona State University

Steven Melnyk, Michigan State University
Frank Montabon, Iowa State University
Robert Novack, The Pennsylvania State University
Mark Pagell, University College, Dublin
Kenneth Petersen, University of Tennessee
Damien Power, University of Melbourne
Madeleine Pullman, Portland State University
Elliot Rabinovich, Arizona State University
Gary Ragatz, Michigan State University
Felix Reimann, WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management
R. Glenn Richey, Jr., University of Alabama
Aric Rindfleisch, University of Illinois
Lloyd Rinehart, University of Tennessee
Dale Rogers,
Arizona State University
Aleda Roth, Clemson University
M. Johnny Rungtusanatham, The Ohio State University
Scott Sampson, Brigham Young Unviersity
Joseph Sarkis, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Stanley Slater, Colorado State University
Martin Spring, Lancaster University
Alan Stenger, The Pennsylvania State University
Rohit Verma, Cornell University
Shawnee Vickery, Michigan State University
Stephan Wagner, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich
Carl Marcus Wallenburg, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Mgmt
Zhaohui Wu, Oregon State University
David Xiaosong Peng, University of Houston

Hannah Turner, Editorial Assistant

I
SM Staff:
John Yuva, Director

Additional Assistance:
Renate Schirra, Public Relations Assistant,
WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management

EDITORIAL REVIEWERS

Bryan Ashenbaum, Miami University
Amrou Awaysheh, IE Business School
Arash Azadegan, Rutgers University
Joseph Bailey, University of Maryland
Lydia Bals, Hochschule Mainz
W.C. Benton, Jr., The Ohio State University
Ednilson Bernardes, West Virginia University
Vikram Bhakoo, University of Melbourne
Jennifer Blackhurst, Iowa State University
Kate Blackmon, University of Oxford
Constantin Blome, Catholic University of Louvain
Christoph Bode, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich
Ronald Bogaschewsky, University of Wurzburg
James Bradley, College of William and Mary
Alistair Brandon-Jones, University of Manchester
Christian Busse, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich
Joe Cannon, Colorado State University
Steven Carnovale, Portland State University
Haozhe Chen, East Carolina University
Injazz Chen, Cleveland State University
Tim Coltman, University of Wollongong
Keely Croxton, The Ohio State University
Oliverio Cruz-Mejia, Mexican Council for Science & Technology
Donna Davis, University of South Florida
Marc Day, University of Reading
Nicole DeHoratius, University of Chicago
George Deitz, The University of Memphis
Yan Dong, University of Maryland
Stephanie Eckerd, University of Maryland
Alexander Ellinger, University of Alabama
Scott Ellis, University of Kentucky
Reham Eltantawy, University of North Florida
Michael Essig, Bundeswehr University, Munich
Kai Foerstl, German Graduate School of Management and Law
Robert Frankel, University of North Florida
Brian Fugate, Colorado State University
Ram Ganeshan, College of William and Mary
Mark Goh, National University of Singapore
Susan Golicic, Colorado State University
David Grant, Hull University
Scott Grawe, Iowa State University
John Gray, The Ohio State University
Arni Halldorsson, Chalmers University of Technology
Trond Hammervoll, Harstad University College
Sean Handley, University of Notre Dame
Evi Hartmann, Friedrich-Alexander University
Christian Hofer, University of Arkansas
Robert Hooker, University of South Florida
Manpreet Hora, Georgia Tech
Mark Houston, Texas A&M University
R. Anthony Inman, College of Business, Louisiana Tech University
M. Eric Johnson, Dartmouth College
Mark Johnson, The University of Warwick
Uta Juttner, Cranfield University
P.K. Kannan, University of Maryland
Hale Kaynak, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Jon Kirchoff, East Carolina University
A. Michael Knemeyer, The Ohio State University
Gyongyi Kovacs, Hanken School of Economics
Mehmet Murat Kristal, York University
Jasmine Lam, Nanyang Technical University
Rudolf Leuschner, Rutgers University
Kyle Lewis, University of Texas, Austin
Mei Li, University of Notre Dame
Gensheng Liu, University of Memphis

Xueyuan Liu, Wuhan University
Alan Mackelprang, Georgia Southern University
Michael Maloni, Kennesaw State University
Regina McNally, University of Limerick
John Mello, Arkansas State University
Subrata Mitra, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta
Sachin Modi, University of Toledo
Ashutosh Mohan, Benaras Hindu University
Roger Moser, European Business School
Jeffrey Ogden, Air Force Institute of Technology
Adegoke Oke, Arizona State University
Anne Parmigiani, University of Oregon
James Patterson, West Illinois University, Quad Cities
Antony Paulraj,
University of Manchester
Darren Prokop, University of Alaska, Anchorage
Andrea Prud'homme, The Ohio State University
Niels Pulles, University of Twente
Shashank Rao, Auburn University
Sinéad Roden, City University, London
Jens Roerich, University of Bath
Eve Rosenzweig, Emory University
Anthony Ross, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Christian Rossetti, North Carolina State University
Adriana Rossiter-Hofer, University of Arkansas
Subroto Roy, University of New Haven
Fran McKee Ryan, University of Nevada
Nada Sanders, Northeastern University
Nicolas Savio, University of Manchester
Annibal Jose Scavarda, Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro
Tobias Schoenherr, Michigan State University
Janjaap Semeijn, Maastricht University
Tomoaki Shimada, Kobe University
Enno Siemsen, University of Minnesota
Dayna Simpson, Monash University
Prakash Singh, University of Melbourne
Paul Skilton, Washington State University
Claudine Soosay, Univerity of South Australia
Gilvan Souza
, Indiana University
Robert Spekman, University of Virginia
Karen Spens, Hanken Swedish School of Economics
Brian Squire, University of Bath
Hannah Stolze, Wheaton College
Wendy Tate, University of Tennessee
Regis Terpend, Boise State University
Antti Tenhiala, IE Business School
Douglas Thomas, The Pennsylvania State University
Rodney Thomas, Texas Tech University
Ronald Tibben-Lembke, University of Nevada
Mert Tokman, James Madison University
Mitchell Tseng, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Diana Twede, Michigan State University
Stephan Vachon, Western Ontario University
Wendy van der Valk, Eindhoven University of Technology
Jasper Veldman, University of Groningen
Veronica Villena, Pennsylvania State University
Helen Walker, Cardiff University
Cindy Wallin, Brigham Young University
Judy Whipple, Michigan State University
Andreas Wieland, Technical University of Berlin
C. Michael Wittmann, The University of Southern Mississippi
Christina Wong, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Lincoln Wood, Auckland University of Technology
Kaitlin Wowak, University of Notre Dame
Tingting Yan, Wayne State University
Yuliang Yao, Lehigh University
Sengun Yeniyurt, Rutgers University
Richard Young, The Pennsylvania State University
Zachary Zacharia, Lehigh University
Walter Zinn, The Ohio State University

Editorial Term and Transition

Beginning July 1, 2017, the term of an Editor-in-Chief (or Co-Editors-in-Chief if there is more than one Editor-in-Chief) will be five years (e.g., July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2022).

The immediate, past Co-Editors-in-Chief will continue to serve as consultants and resources to the new Co-Editors-in-Chief, with the titles of “Co-Editor-in-Chief Emeritus” if they served the full five years of their term.

New Co-Editors-in-Chief will be selected by a committee of six members: two immediate, past Co-Editors-in-Chief, two current Co-Editors-in-Chief, and two members of JSCM’s Associate Editor (AE) Board. One AE Board member will be chosen by the two immediate, past Co-Editors-in-Chief and the second AE Board member will be chosen by the two current Co-Editors-in-Chief. If there is only one immediate, past Editor-in-Chief or one current Editor-in-Chief, that person will have two votes in selecting the new Co-Editors-in-Chief and that person will select the respective AE Board member.

Prior to the transition to a new editorial team, a call for proposals for Co-Editors-in-Chief will be issued. Proposals should describe how the new Co-Editors-in-Chief plan to:

• continue to move JSCM on its upward trajectory;
• encourage submissions and publish impactful research that fits with JSCM’s mission to be a “big tent”, egalitarian journal which advances theory by publishing high quality research across a breadth of supply chain management phenomena, using a range of possible empirical methodological approaches.

In addition, the proposal and supporting documents should provide evidence of the Co-Editors-in-Chief’s:

• knowledge of a broad range of empirically based, impactful supply chain management research that advances theory in the discipline;
• research record which demonstrates a strong contribution to empirical supply chain management research;
• previous editorial responsibilities such as journal editorships, special issue editorships, and/or associate editor responsibilities;
• ability to communicate editorial decisions effectively, professionally and sensitively to authors and other key stakeholders; and
• resources (both time and budgetary) – examples here include funding for the Journal’s Editorial Assistant (approximately 15 hours per week)and for
the Co-Editors-in-Chiefs’ travel to conferences; and a demonstration of the ability to meet the time commitment to actively manage the Co-Editorship
of the Journal.

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