Operations and Information Systems
311 Bertrand H. Snell Hall
PO Box 5790
Potsdam, NY 13699-5790
Ph.D., Michigan State University
Current research and teaching interests include Sourcing Strategy and E-Procurement; Capabilities, Practices and Performance Relationship; Manufacturing and Supply Chain Flexibility; Advanced Manufacturing Practices and Environment Management; Re-manufacturing and Reverse Logistics; and Utility Theory and Multi-Criteria Decision Models.
* EM/OM 351 Quality Management and Lean Enterprise
* SB 361/OM 671 Supply Chain Environmental Management
Milne, R. J., Mahapatra, S. and Wang, C. (2015). “Optimizing Planned Lead Times for Enhancing Performance of MRP systems.” International Journal of Production Economics, In Press,doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2015.05.013.
Mahapatra, S., Pal, R., Hult, T., and Talluri, S. (2015). “Assessment of Proactive Environmental Initiatives: Evaluation of Efficiency Based on Interval Scale Data.” IEEE Transactions in Engineering Management, 62(2), pp 280-293.
Mahapatra, S., Das, A., Narasimhan, R. (2012). A Contingent Theory of Supplier Management Initiatives: Effects of Competitive Intensity and Product Life Cycle. Journal of Operations Management, 30(5), pp 406-422.
Mahapatra, S., Yu, D., Mahmoodi, F. (2012). Impact of the Pull and Push-Pull Policies on the Performance of a Multi-Stage Supply Chain. International Journal of Production Research, 50(16), pp 4699–4717.
Mahapatra, S., Pal, R., Narasimhan, R. (2012). Hybrid (re)manufacturing: manufacturing and operational implications. International Journal of Production Research 50(14), pp 3786–3808.
Mahapatra, S., Narasimhan, R., Barbieri, P. (2010) “Strategic Interdependence, Governance Effectiveness and Supplier Performance: A Case Study Investigation and Theory Development”. Journal of Operations Management, 28(6), pp 537-552.