Mark Ferguson
Mark Ferguson
Professor of Management Science, Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina
Verified email at moore.sc.edu
TitleCited byYear
The effect of competition on recovery strategies
ME Ferguson, LB Toktay
Production and operations management 15 (3), 351-368, 2006
7142006
Supply chain coordination for false failure returns
M Ferguson, VDR Guide Jr, GC Souza
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management 8 (4), 376-393, 2006
2842006
Evaluation of postponement structures to accommodate mass customization
JCP Su, YL Chang, M Ferguson
Journal of Operations Management 23 (3-4), 305-318, 2005
2462005
The value of quality grading in remanufacturing
M Ferguson, VD Guide Jr, E Koca, GC Souza
Production and Operations Management 18 (3), 300-314, 2009
2302009
Is leasing greener than selling?
VV Agrawal, M Ferguson, LB Toktay, VM Thomas
Management Science 58 (3), 523-533, 2012
2092012
Closed-loop supply chains: new developments to improve the sustainability of business practices
M Ferguson, G Souza
CRC Press, 2016
184*2016
Information Sharing to Improve Retail Product Freshness of Perishables (ed. 3)
ME Ferguson, ME Ketzenberg
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005
1742005
Multiperiod remanufacturing planning with uncertain quality of inputs
M Denizel, M Ferguson
IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management 57 (3), 394-404, 2009
1572009
Relicensing as a secondary market strategy
N Oraiopoulos, ME Ferguson, LB Toktay
Management Science 58 (5), 1022-1037, 2012
1422012
How should a firm manage deteriorating inventory?
ME Ferguson, O Koenigsberg
Production and Operations Management 16 (3), 306-321, 2007
1402007
Note: An application of the EOQ model with nonlinear holding cost to inventory management of perishables
M Ferguson, V Jayaraman, GC Souza
European Journal of Operational Research 180 (1), 485-490, 2007
1302007
Managing slow‐moving perishables in the grocery industry
M Ketzenberg, ME Ferguson
Production and Operations Management 17 (5), 513-521, 2008
1112008
The car sharing economy: Interaction of business model choice and product line design
I Bellos, M Ferguson, LB Toktay
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management 19 (2), 185-201, 2017
79*2017
Remanufacturing and the component commonality decision
R Subramanian, ME Ferguson, L Beril Toktay
Production and Operations Management 22 (1), 36-53, 2013
792013
A comparison of unconstraining methods to improve revenue management systems
CC Queenan, M Ferguson, J Higbie, R Kapoor
Production and Operations Management 16 (6), 729-746, 2007
792007
Commitment decisions with partial information updating
ME Ferguson, GA DeCroix, PH Zipkin
Naval Research Logistics (NRL) 52 (8), 780-795, 2005
792005
Data Set—Choice-Based Revenue Management: Data from a Major Hotel Chain
T Bodea, M Ferguson, L Garrow
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management 11 (2), 356-361, 2009
742009
When to commit in a serial supply chain with forecast updating
ME Ferguson
Naval Research Logistics (NRL) 50 (8), 917-936, 2003
712003
Strategic issues in closed-loop supply chains with remanufacturing
M Ferguson
Closed-Loop Supply Chains: New Developments to Improve the Sustainability of …, 2010
692010
Estimation of choice-based models using sales data from a single firm
JP Newman, ME Ferguson, LA Garrow, TL Jacobs
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management 16 (2), 184-197, 2014
622014
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