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Selected Bibliography for Rodney Paul Parker
Associate Professor of Operations Management

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"Inventory Management under Market Size Dynamics." Tava Lennon Olsen and Rodney P. Parker; Management Science, 2008, 54(10), pp. 1805-21.
"Planning for Uncertainty." Rodney Paul Parker; Architect Victoria, 2005, (Spring), pp. 25-27.
"Optimal Policies for a Capacitated Two-Echelon Inventory System." Rodney P. Parker and Roman Kapuscinski; Operations Research, 2004, 52(5), pp. 739-55.

Optimal Production and Inventory Policies in Capacitated Supply Chains under Various Ownership Structures; Rodney Paul Parker; Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Michigan, 2002.

"Flexible Automation," Rodney Paul Parker and Kathryn E. Stecke, in P. M. Swamidass: Encyclopedia of Production and Manufacturing Management. Boston: Kluwer Academic, 2000, pp. 213-17

"Manufacturing Flexibility: Measures and Relationships." Rodney P. Parker and Andrew Wirth; European Journal of Operational Research, 1999, 118(3), pp. 429-49.

"Cells and Flexible Automation: History and Synergistic Application," Rodney Paul Parker and Kathryn E. Stecke, in N. C. Suresh and K. J. M.: Group Technology and Cellular Manufacturing : A State-of-the-Art Synthesis of Research and Practice. Boston: Kluwer Academic, 1998, pp.

"Service Quality: The Gap in the Australian Consulting Engineering Industry." Rodney Paul Parker and Daniel A. Samson; Asia Pacific Journal of Quality Management, 1994, 3(1), pp. 43-59.

Quality-Based Competitiveness of Service-Sector Organizations: Application to Australian Consulting Engineering Firms.; Rodney Paul Parker, Elizabeth Ramsay and Daniel A. Samson; Service Industries Research Program, Report No. 14; Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1993


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