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Visiting researcher investigates new techniques for partner selection in agile supply chains

Posted on 12/05/2009
Wu Chong and Dr David Barnes

Wu Chong (left) with Dr David Barnes

Visiting researcher Wu Chong returned to Central South University in Changsha this month after completing a successful one and a half year stay with the Technology and Information Management group in the School of Management. His visit to Royal Holloway was made possible by a prestigious scholarship he received from the Chinese government.

Wu Chong has been working primarily with Dr David Barnes on research into new techniques for partner selection in agile supply chains. The pair presented an overview of their work at a School of Management lunchtime research seminar on 6th May. A more detailed summary appears in the School of Management Research Paper Series No. SoMWP0808: Four-phase conceptual model for supplier selection in agile supply chains.

They will also present their research at the 3rd International Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management in Wuhan, China in July. A research paper arising from the collaboration has recently been published in the leading operations management journal Production Planning & Control*. Another has just been accepted for publication in the Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management. Further research papers from the work are currently under review with other academic journals.

* Wu, Chong, Barnes, David, Rosenberg, Duska and Luo, Xinxing (2009) ‘An analytic network process-mixed integer multi-objective programming model for partner selection in agile supply chains’, Production Planning & Control, Vol.20, No.3, pp. 254-275


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