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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
Curriculum Vitae
  • Publications
    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." forthcoming in Transportation Journal
    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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