Andrew M. Davis
Andrew M. Davis
Associate Professor, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University
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Inventory service-level agreements as coordination mechanisms: The effect of review periods
E Katok, D Thomas, A Davis
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management 10 (4), 609-624, 2008
Push, pull, or both? A behavioral study of how the allocation of inventory risk affects channel efficiency
AM Davis, E Katok, N Santamarķa
Management Science 60 (11), 2666-2683, 2014
Do auctioneers pick optimal reserve prices?
AM Davis, E Katok, AM Kwasnica
Management Science 57 (1), 177-192, 2011
An experimental investigation of pull contracts in supply chains
AM Davis
Production and Operations Management 24 (2), 325-340, 2015
Should sellers prefer auctions? A laboratory comparison of auctions and sequential mechanisms
AM Davis, E Katok, AM Kwasnica
Management Science 60 (4), 990-1008, 2014
The supply and demand of chiropractors in the United States from 1996 to 2005
MA Davis, AM Davis, J Luan, WB Weeks
Altern Ther Health Med 15 (3), 36-40, 2009
Multidimensional bargaining and inventory risk in supply chains: An experimental study
AM Davis, K Hyndman
Management Science 65 (3), 1286-1304, 2019
Contracts and capacity investment in supply chains
AM Davis, S Leider
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management 20 (3), 403-421, 2018
An experimental investigation of managing quality through monetary and relational incentives
AM Davis, K Hyndman
Management Science 64 (5), 2345-2365, 2018
Predicting order variability in inventory decisions: A model of forecast anchoring
L Chen, AM Davis, D Kim
Johnson School Research Paper Series, 2017
Private Information and Endogenous Matching in Supply Chains: Theory and Experiments
AM Davis, K Hyndman
The Effect of Social Information on Demand in Quality Competition
AM Davis, V Gaur, D Kim
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