Special Issue of Journal of Operations Management on System Dynamics

 

The Journal of Operations Management has published a special issue on system dynamics in operations, and the articles in the special issue are available open access for the next year at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/02726963/39-40.
 
The special issue, entitled System Dynamics: Emergence, Reinforcement, Adaptation and Traps, was edited by Elliot Bendoly, Kevin Linderman, Rogelio Oliva and John Sterman.  We thank the editors of JOM, all those who submitted papers for consideration, and the referees for their hard work to bring project to fruition.  The special issue includes the following papers:

System dynamics perspectives and modeling opportunities for research in operations management
John Sterman, Rogelio Oliva, Kevin Linderman, Elliot Bendoly

 

“I’m not hoarding, I’m just stocking up before the hoarders get here.”: Behavioral causes of phantom ordering in supply chains
John Sterman, Gokhan Dogan

How analytic reasoning style and global thinking relate to understanding stocks and flows
Justin M. Weinhardt, Rosa Hendijani, Jason L. Harman, Piers Steel, Cleotilde Gonzalez

Cost-sharing in directed networks: Experimental study of equilibrium choice and system dynamics  
Caiyun Liu, Vincent Mak, Amnon Rapoport

Inter-phase feedbacks in construction projects 
Kiavash Parvan, Hazhir Rahmandad, Ali Haghani

Inventory record inaccuracy: Causes and labor effects  
Howard Hao-Chun Chuang, Rogelio Oliva

 

The problem with workarounds is that they work: The persistence of resource shortages  
Bradley Morrison