Supply chain management department ranks No. 8 in the world for faculty research

Thursday, September 21, 2017

The annual ranking by the SCM Journal List looks at outputs in leading supply chain management publications that were empiracally focused.

Rutgers Business School’s Supply Chain Management Department was recently ranked No. 8 in the world by the academic publication SCM Journal List.

The publication’s 2017 ranking was based on research produced by supply chain management faculty at Rutgers Business School and published by leading academic journals in the field during the past five years. The SCM Journal List considers output that is primarily empirically focused.

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Rutgers was ranked ahead of Pennsylvania State University and the University of Maryland. The top three ranked schools were Michigan State, Ohio State and Arizona State.

Click here for a look at the full rankings by SCM Journal List.

Supply chain management faculty at Rutgers have produced research (and are considered experts) on managing supply chain disruptions, sustainability, innovative modeling for managing supply chain operations and the interface of supply chain operations and finance.

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