Susan Helper
Susan Helper
Professor of Economics, Case Western Reserve University
Verified email at case.edu
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Determinants of trust in supplier relations: Evidence from the automotive industry in Japan and the United States
M Sako, S Helper
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 34 (3), 387-417, 1998
10451998
How much has really changed between US automakers and their suppliers?
S Helper
MIT Sloan Management Review 32 (4), 15, 1991
9241991
Supplier relations in Japan and the United States: are they converging?
SR Helper, M Sako
MIT Sloan Management Review 36 (3), 77, 1995
6571995
Pragmatic collaborations: advancing knowledge while controlling opportunism
S Helper, JP MacDuffie, C Sabel
Industrial and corporate change 9 (3), 443-488, 2000
5772000
Creating lean suppliers: diffusing lean production through the supply chain
JP MacDuffie, S Helper
California management review 39 (4), 118-151, 1997
5661997
Strategy and irreversibility in supplier relations: the case of the US automobile industry
S Helper
The Business History Review, 781-824, 1991
4421991
The ‘close but adversarial’model of supplier relations in the US auto industry
R Mudambi, S Helper
Strategic management journal 19 (8), 775-792, 1998
3071998
Comparative supplier relations in the US and Japanese auto industries: an exit/voice approach
S Helper
Business and Economic history, 153-162, 1990
2581990
Long-term supplier relations and product-market structure
S Helper, DI Levine
Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization 8 (3), 561-581, 1992
2241992
An exit-voice analysis of supplier relations
S Helper
Boston University, School of Management, 1990
1831990
Collaboration in supply chains: With and without trust
JP MacDuffie, S Helper
1552007
Management practices, relational contracts, and the decline of General Motors
S Helper, R Henderson
Journal of Economic Perspectives 28 (1), 49-72, 2014
1482014
Firm size and capabilities, regional agglomeration, and the adoption of new technology
MR Kelley, S Helper
Economics of Innovation and New technology 8 (1-2), 79-103, 1999
1381999
Economists and field research:" you can observe a lot just by watching."
S Helper
American Economic Review 90 (2), 228-232, 2000
1332000
The empirical determinants of inventory levels in high‐volume manufacturing
MB Lieberman, S Helper, L Demeester
Production and Operations Management 8 (1), 44-55, 1999
1191999
Transaction costs, opportunism, and governance: Contextual considerations and future research opportunities
A Rindfleisch, K Antia, J Bercovitz, JR Brown, J Cannon, SJ Carson, ...
Marketing Letters 21 (3), 211-222, 2010
1112010
Supplier relations in the UK car industry: good news—bad news
M Sako, R Lamming, SR Helper
European Journal of Purchasing & Supply Management 1 (4), 237-248, 1994
1101994
Why does manufacturing matter? Which manufacturing matters? A policy framework
S Helper, T Krueger, H Wial
Which Manufacturing Matters, 2012
892012
Why does manufacturing matter? Which manufacturing matters?
S Helper, T Krueger, H Wial
Metropolitan Policy Program paper, 1-53, 2012
882012
Management innovation in supply chain: appreciating Chandler in the twenty-first century
S Helper, M Sako
Industrial and Corporate Change 19 (2), 399-429, 2010
852010
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