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Journal of Supply Chain Management Systems

Journal of Supply Chain Management Systems (JSCMS) tends to develop, promote, coordinate and disseminate the original developments and practices of supply chain management systems. The journal is effectively positioned as a multi-disciplinary journal, focusing on a particular set of study objects rather than a specific discipline. Articles submitted should have a significant impact on SCM theory and practice. The Journal ensures that high quality research is collected and disseminated widely to both academics and practitioners, and provides a forum for debate. It covers all subjects relating to the SCM.

The JSCMS invites high quality original and Review papers, Technical reports, Case studies, Conference reports, Management reports and Book reviews.

Key Areas / Scope of Journal

Although the possible set of topics for the journal is large and we encourage submission on any area within the scope of supply chain management systems, the following sub-areas are particularly suitable (but not exhaustive):

  1. Supply Chain Strategies
  2. Organisational buying behavior
  3. Make-or-buy/outsourcing strategy
  4. Supplier relationships
  5. Costing and pricing
  6. Negotiations
  7. Supply Chain Organization
  8. Information management and information & communication technology (ICT)
  9. Social, ethical and environmental supply issues
  10. Supply chain management
  11. Logistics and Distribution Management
  12. Business Models / Tools / Techniques in SCM
  13. Decision Making on Supply Chain Management
  14. Decision-Support Systems for Supply Chain Management
  15. E-Business and E-commerce Approaches in SCM
  16. Multi criteria Decision making in SCM
  17. Multiple-Objective Decision Making
  18. Operations Management
  19. Performance Measurement in SCM
  20. Production Planning and Control
  21. Supply Chain Integration and Coordination
  22. Supply Chain Risk Management
  23. Supply Chain Vendor Selection
  25. RFID / EDI / VMI
  26. 3PL / 4 PL
  27. Supply Chain Risk Management
  28. Multivariate techniques for Decision making in SCM and Logistics
  29. Analytical model and Mathematical models for service and support
  30. Inbound and outbound Logistics
  31. Information Integration
  32. Optimization
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