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Alfonso J. Pedraza-Martinez
Alfonso J. Pedraza-Martinez
Associate Professor, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University
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Using OR to adapt supply chain management best practices to humanitarian logistics
LN Van Wassenhove, AJ Pedraza Martinez
International Transactions in Operational Research 19 (1-2), 307-322, 2012
2762012
Field vehicle fleet management in humanitarian operations: A case-based approach
AJP Martinez, O Stapleton, LN Van Wassenhove
Journal of operations management 29 (5), 404-421, 2011
2332011
Vehicle supply chains in humanitarian operations: Decentralization, operational mix, and earmarked funding
M Besiou, AJ Pedraza‐Martinez, LN Van Wassenhove
Production and Operations Management 23 (11), 1950-1965, 2014
1352014
Vehicle replacement in the International Committee of the Red Cross
AJ Pedraza‐Martinez, LN Van Wassenhove
Production and operations Management 22 (2), 365-376, 2013
1022013
Empirically grounded research in humanitarian operations management: The way forward
AJ Pedraza‐Martinez, LN Van Wassenhove
Journal of Operations Management 45 (1), 1-10, 2016
912016
Multi-criteria optimization for last mile distribution of disaster relief aid: Test cases and applications
JM Ferrer, FJ Martín-Campo, MT Ortuño, AJ Pedraza-Martínez, G Tirado, ...
European Journal of Operational Research 269 (2), 501-515, 2018
792018
Temporary hubs for the global vehicle supply chain in humanitarian operations
JM Stauffer, AJ Pedraza‐Martinez, LN Van Wassenhove
Production and operations management 25 (2), 192-209, 2016
662016
Humanitarian funding in a multi‐donor market with donation uncertainty
A Aflaki, AJ Pedraza‐Martinez
Production and Operations Management 25 (7), 1274-1291, 2016
562016
Operational transparency on crowdfunding platforms: effect on donations for emergency response
J Mejia, G Urrea, AJ Pedraza‐Martinez
Production and Operations Management 28 (7), 1773-1791, 2019
542019
OR applied to humanitarian operations
M Besiou, AJ Pedraza-Martinez, LN Van Wassenhove
European Journal of Operational Research 269 (2), 397-405, 2018
542018
Transportation and vehicle fleet management in humanitarian logistics: challenges for future research
AJ Pedraza-Martinez, LN Van Wassenhove
EURO Journal on Transportation and Logistics 1 (1), 185-196, 2012
542012
Social media for disaster management: Operational value of the social conversation
L Yan, AJ Pedraza‐Martinez
Production and Operations Management 28 (10), 2514-2532, 2019
502019
Fleet coordination in decentralized humanitarian operations funded by earmarked donations
AJ Pedraza-Martinez, S Hasija, LN Van Wassenhove
Operations Research 68 (4), 984-999, 2020
42*2020
Last mile vehicle supply chain in the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
O Stapleton, A Pedraza Martinez, LN Van Wassenhove
INSEAD working paper, 2009
362009
Effect of armed conflicts on humanitarian operations: Total factor productivity and efficiency of rural hospitals
AF Jola-Sanchez, AJ Pedraza-Martinez, KM Bretthauer, RA Britto
Journal of Operations Management 45, 73-85, 2016
332016
On the use of evidence in humanitarian logistics research
AJ Pedraza‐Martinez, O Stapleton, LN Van Wassenhove
Disasters 37, S51-S67, 2013
272013
Using OR to support humanitarian operations: Learning from the Haiti earthquake
A Pedraza Martinez, O Stapleton, LN Van Wassenhove
INSEAD working paper, 2010
262010
Asset supply networks in humanitarian operations: A combined empirical-simulation approach
JM Stauffer, AJ Pedraza-Martinez, LL Yan, LN Van Wassenhove
Journal of Operations Management 63, 44-58, 2018
252018
An analysis of the relief supply chain in the first week after the Haiti earthquake
LN Van Wassenhove, AJ Martinez, O Stapleton
INSEAD humanitarian research group, 2010
222010
The effect of earmarked funding on fleet management for relief and development
M Besiou, A Pedraza Martinez, LN Van Wassenhove
INSEAD Working Paper, 2012
212012
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