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Chair of Logistics and Quantitative Methods

Publications and Working Paper of the Chair

Artikel in einem Journal, einer Zeitung oder einem Magazin [ nach oben ]

  • Allocation planning in sales hierarchies with stochastic demand and service-level targets.Kloos, Konstantin; Pibernik, Richard; Schulte, Benedikt in Accepted for publication in OR Spectrum (2018).
     
  • Big data on the shop-floor: sensor-based decision-support for manual processes.Stein, Nikolai; Meller, Jan; Flath, Christoph M. in Journal of Business Economics (2018). 88(5) 593-616.
     
  • The Value of Entrant Manufacturers: A Study of Competition and Risk for Donor-Funded Procurement of Essential Medicines.Lauton, Felix; Rothkopf, Alexander; Pibernik, Richard in Accepted for publication in European Journal of Operational Research (2018).
     
  • Privacy-preserving condition-based forecasting using machine learning.Taigel, F; Tueno, A K; Pibernik, R in Journal of Business Economics (2018). 88(5) 563-592.
     
  • Purchasing managers' willingness to pay for attributes that constitute sustainability.Goebel, Philipp; Reuter, Carsten; Pibernik, Richard; Sichtmann, Christina; Bals, Lydia in Accepted for publication in Journal of Operations Management (2018).
     
  • Hit-Or-Miss: What Leads Experts to Take Advice for Long Term Judgments.Ecken, P; Pibernik, R in Management Science (2016). 62(7) 2002-2021.
     
  • Service differentiation in a single-period inventory model with numerous customer classes.Schulte, B; Pibernik, R in OR Spectrum (2016). 38(4) 921--948.
     
  • Maverick Buying: Eliminate, Participate, Leverage.Rothkopf, A; Pibernik, R in International Journal of Production Economics (2016). 179 77--89.
     
  • Capacity planning for a maintenance service provider with advanced information.Kurz, Julian in European Journal of Operational Research (2016). 251(2)
     
  • Profitability of Service-Level-Based Price Differentiation with Inventory Rationing. Forthcoming.Schulte, B; Pibernik, R in Production and Operations Management (2016).
     
  • Reservation and Allocation Policies for Influenza Vaccines.Samii, A B; Pibernik, R; Yadav, P; Vereecke, A in European Journal of Operations Research (2012). 222(3) 495--507.
     
  • Customer-facing supply chain practices – the impact of demand and distribution management on supply chain success.Rexhausen, D; Pibernik, R; Kaiser, G in Journal of Operations Management (2012). 30(4) 269--281.
     
  • The Influence of Ethical Culture on Supplier Selection in the Context of Sustainable Sourcing.Goebel, P; Pibernik, R; Sichtmann, C; Reuter, C in International Journal of Production Economics (2012). 140(1) 7--17.
     
  • Paying for Convenience: Attractiveness and Market Potential of Time-Based Delivery Services.Goebel, P; Möller, S; Pibernik, R in International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management (2012). 42(6) 584--606.
     
  • Secure collaborative Supply-Chain management.Zilli, A; Pibernik, R; Catrina, O; De_hoogh, S; Schoenmakers, B; Cimato, S; Damiani, E in Computer (2011). 44(9) 38--43.
     
  • The manufacturer’s incentive to reduce lead times.Kraiselburd, S; Pibernik, R; Raman, A in Production and Operations Management (2011). 20(5) 639--653.
     
  • Desirability bias in foresight: Consequences for decision quality based on Delphi results.Ecken, P; Gnatzy, T; von_der_Gracht, H in Technological Forecasting & Social Change (2011). 78(9) 1654--1670.
     
  • Secure collaborative supply chain planning and inverse optimization - The JELS model.Pibernik, R; Zhang, Y; Kerschbaum, F; Schröpfer, A in European Journal of Operational Research (2011). 208(1) 75--85.
     
  • An inventory reservation problem with nesting and fill rate based performance measures.Samii, A-B; Pibernik, R; Yadav, P in International Journal of Production Economics (2011). 133(1) 393--402.
     
  • Dynamic capacity reservation and due date quoting in a make-to-order system.Pibernik, R; Yadav, P in Naval Research Logistics (2009). 55(7) 593--611.
     
  • Inventory reservation and real-time order promising in a make-to-stock system.Pibernik, R; Yadav, P in OR Spectrum (2009). 31(1) 281--307.
     
  • Optimizations for risk-aware secure supply chain master planning.Schröpfer, A; Kerschbaum, F; Schütz, C; Pibernik, R in Journal of Universal Computer Science (2009). 15(15) 3019--3037.
     
  • The impact of performance measurement on the recognition of purchasing and supply management’s value contribution: A principal-agent based case study analysis.Groetsch, V; Henke, M; Pibernik, R in International Journal of Production Economics - submitted (2009).
     
  • Verhandlungsbasiertes Master Planning in Supply Chains.Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in DBW Die Betriebswirtschaft (2008). 68(1) 85--111.
     
  • An approach to inter domain master planning in supply chains.Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in International Journal of Production Economics (2007). 108(1) 200--212.
     
  • Strategic deployment of specialized testing and remanufacturing in a global high-tech supply chain.Goentzel, J; Manzione, L T; Pibernik, R; Pruett, J; Thiessen, B in International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management (2007). 11(1) 28--52.
     
  • Centralised and decentralised supply chain planning.Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in International Journal of Integrated Supply Management (2006). 2(1) 6--27.
     
  • Managing stock-outs effectively with order fulfillment systems.Pibernik, R in Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management (2006). 17(6) 721--736.
     
  • Advanced available-to-promise: Classification, selected methods and requirements for operations and inventory management.Pibernik, R in International Journal of Production Economics (2005). 93(94) 239--252.
     
  • Fallstudie: Zentrales und dezentrales Supply Chain Planning am Beispiel einer Supply Chain der Pharma-Industrie.Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium (2004). 1 59--64.
     
  • Zentrales und dezentrales Supply Chain Planning.Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium (2004). 1 25--31.
     
  • Einsatz dynamischer Planungsmodelle zur Unterstützung des strategischen Supply Chain Management.Pibernik, R in Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium (2003). 1 20--26.
     
  • Fallstudie: Supply Chain Configuration am Beispiel eines Biotechnologie-Unternehmens.Pibernik, R in Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium (2003). 1 54--60.
     
  • Modellgestützte Flexibilitätsplanung in Supply Chains: Einsatz einer Software-Applikation in einem Biotechnologie-Unternehmen.Pibernik, R in Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft (2003). 73(11) 1141--1165.
     
  • Ausgewählte Methoden und Verfahren zur Unterstützung des Advanced Available to Promise.Pibernik, R in Zeitschrift für Planung (2002). 13 345--372.
     
  • Flexibilitätsplanung in Wertschöpfungsnetzwerken.Pibernik, R in Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft (2001). 71(8) 893--913.
     

Kapitel (Teil eines Buches) [ nach oben ]

  • Leistungsprogrammplanung in Wertschöpfungsnetzwerken – Fundierung, Implikationen, Grenzen.Isermann, H; Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in Wertschöpfungsnetzwerke (2006). 305--324.
     
  • Master planning in supply chains.Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in Entscheidungsunterstützende Systeme in SCM und Logistik (2005).
     
  • Dynamische Supply Chain Configuration mit Advanced Planning Systemen.Pibernik, R in Quantitative Methoden in ERP und APS. Paderborn (2004).
     
  • A multi-product batch-available-to-promise model for make-to-stock manufacturing.Pibernik, R in Operations Research Proceedings (2003).
     

Buch oder Konferenzband [ nach oben ]

  • Quantitative Methoden in Logistik und Supply Chain ManagementJacquemin, M; Pibernik, R; Sucky, E (2006). Hamburg.
     
  • Flexibilitätsplanung in WertschöpfungsnetzwerkenPibernik, R (2001). Gabler, Wiesbaden.
     

Artikel in Konferenzband [ nach oben ]

  • Strategic deployment of specialized testing and remanufacturing in a global network of contract manufacturers.Goentzel, J; Manzione, L T; Pibernik, R; Pruett, J; Thiessen, B (2005).
     
  • Managing stock-outs effectively with order fulfillment systems.Pibernik, R (2005).
     
  • Process Management in Supply Chains – A New Petri-Net Approach.von_Mevius, M; Pibernik, R (2004). (Bd. 37)
     
  • Advanced available to promise: Herausforderungen für das Produktions- und Logistikmanagement.Pibernik, R (2002).
     
  • Fundamentals of flexibility planning in supply chain networks.Pibernik, R (1999).
     
  • Simulationsgestützte Besatzungseinsatzplanung einer Luftverkehrsgesellschaft.Kaupp, M; Pauly, M; Pibernik, R M. Kaupp (Hrsg.) (1996). 111--211.
     

Unveröffentlichtes Dokument [ nach oben ]

  • Prescriptive Analytics for fast-casual Restaurants: Integrating Machine Learning with Inventory Management at Yaz.Meller, J; Taigel, F (2017).
     
  • Queueing with Limited Future InformationKurz, J; Pibernik, R (2016).
     
  • Flexible Capacity Management with Future InformationKurz, J; Pibernik, R (2016).
     
  • Managing Scarce Supply in Customer Hierarchies under Service Level AgreementsKloos, K; Schulte, B (2016).
     
  • Drug Procurement with Long Term Considerations: Volume Splits and Volume GuaranteesRothkopf, A; Spiliotopoulou, E (2016).
     
  • Sourcing uncertain product quality: Competition, learning, and volume postponementLauton, F; Rothkopf, A (2016).
     
  • The Value of Entrant Manufacturers: A Study of Competition and Risk for Donor-Funded Procurement of Essential MedicinesLauton, F; Rothkopf, A; Pibernik, R (2016).
     
  • Wishful Updating: The Role of Optimism When Experts Update Their Beliefs about the FutureEcken, P; Pibernik, R (2016).
     

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