Sachin Modi

Sachin Modi

Title

Professor of Global Supply Chain Management

Phone

313-577-2232

Email

ge3918@wayne.edu

Office

Mike Ilitch School of Business
2771 Woodward Avenue
Room 275
Detroit, MI 48201

Curriculum Vitae

Sachin Modi

Academic Programs

  • Global supply chain management

Expertise

Supply Chain Management
Operations Management

Research and teaching interests

Supply Chain Management
Operations Management

Education

Ph.D. (Operations Mgmt. & Decision Sciences) Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Bloomington, Sept 2006

M.S. (Industrial Engineering) University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Aug 2002

B. Eng. (Mechanical Engineering) Maharashtra Institute of Technology, University of Pune, India, May 1998
 

Publications

(Select publications. A complete list of publications is available in the C.V.)

P. Salzarulo, S. C. Mahar, and S. B. Modi, 2016, “Beyond Patient Classification: Using Individual Patient Characteristics in Appointment Scheduling,” Production & Operations Management Journal, Volume 25, pp 1056-1072.

S. Mishra and S. B. Modi, 2016, “Corporate Social Responsibility and Shareholder Wealth: The Role of Marketing Capability,” Journal of Marketing, Volume 80, pp 26-46.

S. B. Modi, M. A. Wiles, and S. Mishra, 2015, “Shareholder Value Implications of Service Failures in Triads: The Case of Customer Information Security Breaches,” Journal of Operations Management, Volume 35, pp 21-39.

S. Mishra, S. B. Modi, and A. Animesh, 2013, “The Relationship between Information Technology Capability, Inventory Efficiency, and Shareholder Wealth: A Firm-Level Empirical Analysis,” Journal of Operations Management, Volume 31, pp 298-312.

S. B. Modi and S. Mishra, 2011, “What Drives Financial Performance: Resource Efficiency or Resource Slack? Evidence from U.S. based Manufacturing Firms from 1991-2006,” Journal of Operations Management, Volume 29, pp 254-273.

S. B. Modi and V. A. Mabert, 2007, “Supplier Development: Improving Supplier Performance through Knowledge Transfer,” Journal of Operations Management, Volume 25, pp 42-64.

 

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