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Simone Peinkofer

Assistant Professor
Department: Supply Chain Management
Office:
North Business Building
632 Bogue St Rm N324
East Lansing, MI 48824
Phone: (517) 432-6385
  • Publications
    Article
    Peinkofer S.T., and Jin, Y. (2023). “The Impact of Order Fulfillment Information Disclosure on Consequences of Deceptive Counterfeits.” forthcoming in Production and Operations Management Journal
    Article
    Mollenkopf, D. A., Peinkofer, S.T., and Chu, J. 2021. "Supply Chain Transparency: Consumer Reactions to Incongruent Signals." forthcoming in the Journal of Operations Management
    Article
    Peinkofer, S.T., Esper, T. L., Smith, R. J., and Williams, B. D. 2021. "Retail" Save the Sale" tactics: Consumer perceptions of in-store logistics service recovery." forthcoming in the Journal of Business Logistics.
    Article
    Confente, I.,  Russo,  I., Peinkofer, S.T., and  Frankel, R. 2021. "The challenge of remanufactured products: the role of returns policy and channel structure to reduce consumers' perceived risk." International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management 51 (4): 350-380.
    Article
    Peinkofer, S.T., Schiweterman, M., and Miller J. (2020). "Last Mile Delivery in the Motor Carrier Industry: A Panel Data Investigation Using Discrete Time Event History Analysis."  Transportation Journal, 59 (2): 129-164.
    Article
    Peinkofer S.T., Esper, T.L., Smith, R.J., and Williams, B.D. (2019) “Assessing the Impact of Retail Omni-Channel Fulfillment Operations on the Upstream Supply Chain.”  International Journal of Production Research 57 (4): 3598-3621.
    Article
    Esper, T.L., and Peinkofer, S.T. (2017) “Consumer-Based Supply Chain Management Performance: A Structured Literature Review and Call for Research.” Transportation Journal 56 (4): 395-428.
    Article
    Peinkofer, S.T., Esper, T.L., and Howlett E. (2016) “Hurry! Sale Ends Soon: The Impact of Limited Inventory Availability Disclosure on Consumer Responses to Online Stockouts.” Journal of Business Logistics 37(3):231-246.
    Article
    Peinkofer, S.T., Esper, T.L., and Howlett E. (2016) “Hurry! Sale Ends Soon: The Impact of Limited Inventory Availability Disclosure on Consumer Responses to Online Stockouts” Journal of Business Logistics 37(3):231-246.
    Article
    Peinkofer, S.T., Esper, T.L., Smith, R.S., and Williams B.D. (2015) “Consumer Response to Out-of-Stocks of Price Promoted Items.” Journal of Business Logistics 36(3):260-272.
  • Media Mentions

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Assistant Professor Simone Peinkofer answers our questions and explains her area of research expertise.
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