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In, Joonhwan (인준환)

Department
School of Business Administration / Graduate School of Technology and Innovation Management(기술경영전문대학원)
Lab
Supply Chain Management and IT (공급망 관리)
Research Keywords
공급망관리, 공급망 애널리틱스, 의료공급망관리, 공급망 IT, Supply Chain Management, Supply chain analytics, Healthcare supply chains
Research Interests
His research interests lie in the area of the value of IT in supply chains, with a focus on issues related to a) supply chain information governance and b) the impact of supply chain IT on performance. Accordingly, his current research centers around examining how the governance of supply chain information flows translates to superior organizational performance and how IT/ Analytics can affect supply chain performance and organizational performance, especially in a healthcare context.
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2020-05Social media engagement, service complexity, and experiential quality in US hospitalsLee, Youngsu; In, Joonhwan; Lee, Seung JunARTICLE279 Social media engagement, service complexity, and experiential quality in US hospitals
2020-03Unbalanced data, type II error, and nonlinearity in predicting M&A failureLee, Kangbok; Joo, Sunghoon; Baik, Hyeoncheol, et alARTICLE415 Unbalanced data, type II error, and nonlinearity in predicting M&A failure
2019-12Breaking the chain: GPO changes and hospital supply cost efficiencyIn, Joonhwan; Bradley, Randy V.; Bichescu, Bogdan C., et alARTICLE288 Breaking the chain: GPO changes and hospital supply cost efficiency
2019-05Supply chain information governance: toward a conceptual frameworkIn, Joonhwan; Bradley, Randy; Bichescu, Bogdan C., et alARTICLE222 Supply chain information governance: toward a conceptual framework
2018-11The Joint Use of RFID and EDI: Implications for Hospital PerformanceBradley, Randy V.; Esper, Terry L.; In, Joonhwan, et alARTICLE226 The Joint Use of RFID and EDI: Implications for Hospital Performance
2018-02Middle-range theorizing on logistics customer servicePellathy, Daniel A.; In, Joonhwan; Mollenkopf, Diane A., et alARTICLE177 Middle-range theorizing on logistics customer service
2017-11Enterprise architecture: A competence-based approach to achieving agility and firm performanceHazen, Benjamin T.; Bradley, Randy V.; Bell, John E., et alARTICLE158 Enterprise architecture: A competence-based approach to achieving agility and firm performance
2017-03New Frontiers in Logistics Research: Theorizing at the Middle RangeStank, Theodore P.; Pellathy, Daniel A.; In, Joonhwan, et alARTICLE176 New Frontiers in Logistics Research: Theorizing at the Middle Range
2015-10Alternative Fuel Infrastructure and Customer Location Impacts on Fleet Mix and Vehicle RoutingIn, Joonhwan; Bell, John E.ARTICLE204 Alternative Fuel Infrastructure and Customer Location Impacts on Fleet Mix and Vehicle Routing

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