Sander de Leeuw
Sander de Leeuw
Professor (Wageningen University); Professor (Nottingham Business School)
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Consumer behaviour and order fulfilment in online retailing: A systematic review
DH Nguyen, S de Leeuw, WEH Dullaert
International Journal of Management Reviews 20 (2), 255-276, 2018
Humanitarian supply chain performance management: a systematic literature review
H Abidi, S De Leeuw, M Klumpp
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal 19 (5/6), 592-608, 2014
What is the right delivery option for you? Consumer preferences for delivery attributes in online retailing
DH Nguyen, S De Leeuw, W Dullaert, BPJ Foubert
Journal of Business Logistics 40 (4), 299-321, 2019
Drivers of close supply chain collaboration: one size fits all?
S De Leeuw, J Fransoo
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 29 (7), 720-739, 2009
Challenges at the marketing–operations interface in omni-channel retail environments
THA Bijmolt, M Broekhuis, S De Leeuw, C Hirche, RP Rooderkerk, ...
Journal of Business Research 122, 864-874, 2021
Improving operational performance by influencing shopfloor behavior via performance management practices
S De Leeuw, JP Van Den Berg
Journal of Operations Management 29 (3), 224-235, 2011
Beyond the curriculum: Integrating sustainability into business schools
M Painter-Morland, E Sabet, P Molthan-Hill, H Goworek, S de Leeuw
Journal of Business Ethics 139, 737-754, 2016
Toward a dynamic balanced scorecard model for humanitarian relief organizations’ performance management
A Anjomshoae, A Hassan, N Kunz, KY Wong, S de Leeuw
Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management 7 (2), 194-218, 2017
Humanitarian–business partnerships in managing humanitarian logistics
N Nurmala, S de Leeuw, W Dullaert
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal 22 (1), 82-94, 2017
Logistics services and Lean Six Sigma implementation: a case study
L Gutierrez-Gutierrez, S de Leeuw, R Dubbers
International Journal of Lean Six Sigma 7 (3), 324-342, 2016
Supply chain integration strategies in fast evolving industries
E Sabet, N Yazdani, S De Leeuw
The international journal of logistics management 28 (1), 29-46, 2017
Assessing complexity of supply chains: evidence from wholesalers
S de Leeuw, R Grotenhuis, AR van Goor
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 33 (8), 960-980, 2013
The value of fourth-party logistics services in the humanitarian supply chain
H Abidi, S De Leeuw, M Klumpp
Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management 5 (1), 35-60, 2015
A dynamic dispatching and routing model to plan/re-plan logistics activities in response to an earthquake
M Najafi, K Eshghi, S de Leeuw
OR Spectrum 36 (2), 323-356, 2014
Trade-offs in managing commercial consumer returns for online apparel retail
S de Leeuw, B Minguela-Rata, E Sabet, J Boter, R Sigurđardóttir
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 36 (6), 710-731, 2016
Factors affecting global inventory prepositioning locations in humanitarian operations—a delphi study
DA Richardson, S de Leeuw, W Dullaert
Journal of Business Logistics 37 (1), 59-74, 2016
The impact of decentralised control on firm‐level inventory: Evidence from the automotive industry
S De Leeuw, M Holweg, G Williams
International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management 41 (5 …, 2011
Measuring Success in Humanitarian Supply Chains
H Abidi, S de Leeuw, M Klumpp
International Journal of Business and Management Invention 2 (8), 2013
Cross-sector humanitarian–business partnerships in managing humanitarian logistics: an empirical verification
N Nurmala, J de Vries, S de Leeuw
International Journal of Production Research 56 (21), 6842-6858, 2018
Using life cycle sustainability assessment to trade off sourcing strategies for humanitarian relief items
EA Van Kempen, E Spiliotopoulou, G Stojanovski, S De Leeuw
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 22, 1718-1730, 2017
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