Management Science, Volume 39
Institute of Management Sciences, 1993 - Industrial management
Addresses the concerns of organizational decision-makers. Includes contributions from diverse fields: accounting and finance; business strategy; decision analysis; information systems; manufacturing and distribution; marketing; mathematical programming and networks; organization performance; public sector applications; R&D/innovation; stochastic models and simulation; strategy and design; and supply chain management.
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