Daesik Hur, Ph.D.

2001 Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
General Business Administration, Operations Research
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Vincent A. Mabert grad student 2001 Indiana University
 (Real -time work schedule adjustment in a quick service operation system.)
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Hwang S, Kim H, Hur D, et al. (2019) Interorganizational information processing and the contingency effects of buyer-incurred uncertainty in a supplier's component development project International Journal of Production Economics. 210: 169-183
Hur D, Kim H, Ahn K. (2015) An Empirical Study of the Effects of a Customer's Power on a Supplier's Customer Integration and Operational Performance Improvement Journal of the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society. 40: 1-21
Kim H, Hur D, Schoenherr T. (2015) When Buyer-Driven Knowledge Transfer Activities Really Work: A Motivation-Opportunity-Ability Perspective Journal of Supply Chain Management. 51: 33-60
Hur D, Mabert VA, Bretthauer KM. (2009) Real-Time Work Schedule Adjustment Decisions: An Investigation and Evaluation Production and Operations Management. 13: 322-339
Muthusamy SK, Hur D, Palanisamy R. (2008) Leveraging Knowledge in Buyer-Supplier Alliances: A Theoretical Integration International Journal of Management and Decision Making. 9: 600-616
Hur D, Mabert VA, Hartley JL. (2007) Getting the most out of reverse e-auction investment Omega-International Journal of Management Science. 35: 403-416
Bendoly E, Hur D. (2007) Bipolarity in reactions to operational ‘constraints’: OM bugs under an OB lens Journal of Operations Management. 25: 1-13
Hur D, Hartley JL, Hahn CK. (2004) An exploration of supply chain structure in Korean companies International Journal of Logistics-Research and Applications. 7: 151-164
Hur D, Mabert VA, Bretthauer KMKM. (2004) Real-time schedule adjustment decisions: a case study Omega-International Journal of Management Science. 32: 333-344
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