Lydia Bals
Lydia Bals
Professor for Supply Chain and Operations Management, University of Applied Sciences Mainz
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Offshoring: Dimensions and diffusion of a new business concept
C Jahns, E Hartmann, L Bals
Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 12 (4), 218-231, 2006
2352006
Offshore outsourcing of services: An evolutionary perspective
WL Tate, LM Ellram, L Bals, E Hartmann
International Journal of Production Economics 120 (2), 512-524, 2009
1882009
An agency theory perspective on the purchase of marketing services
WL Tate, LM Ellram, L Bals, E Hartmann, W Van der Valk
Industrial Marketing Management 39 (5), 806-819, 2010
1562010
Global sourcing in integrated network structures: The case of hybrid purchasing organizations
G Trautmann, L Bals, E Hartmann
Journal of International Management 15 (2), 194-208, 2009
1482009
Reshoring and insourcing: drivers and future research directions
K Foerstl, JF Kirchoff, L Bals
International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 2016
1422016
Integration in the global sourcing organization—An information processing perspective
G Trautmann, V Turkulainen, E Hartmann, L Bals
Journal of Supply Chain Management 45 (2), 57-74, 2009
1362009
Exploring the reshoring and insourcing decision making process: toward an agenda for future research
L Bals, JF Kirchoff, K Foerstl
Operations Management Research 9 (3-4), 102-116, 2016
1112016
Achieving shared triple bottom line (TBL) value creation: toward a social resource-based view (SRBV) of the firm
WL Tate, L Bals
Journal of Business Ethics 152 (3), 803-826, 2018
1012018
Ground handling services at European hub airports: development of a performance measurement system for benchmarking
S Schmidberger, L Bals, E Hartmann, C Jahns
International Journal of Production Economics 117 (1), 104-116, 2009
812009
Barriers of purchasing departments' involvement in marketing service procurement
L Bals, E Hartmann, T Ritter
Industrial Marketing Management 38 (8), 892-902, 2009
792009
Outsourcing/offshoring insights: going beyond reshoring to rightshoring
WL Tate, L Bals
International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management 47 (2 …, 2017
682017
From offshoring to rightshoring: Focus on the backshoring phenomenon
L Bals, A Daum, W Tate
AIB Insights 15 (4), 3, 2015
532015
Sustainable supply chain design in social businesses: advancing the theory of supply chain
L Bals, WL Tate
Journal of Business Logistics 39 (1), 57-79, 2018
382018
Achieving efficiency and effectiveness in Purchasing and Supply Management: Organization design and outsourcing
L Bals, V Turkulainen
Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 23 (4), 256-267, 2017
372017
Evolving Purchasing and Supply Organizations: A contingency model for structural alternatives
L Bals, J Laine, G Mugurusi
Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 24 (1), 41-58, 2018
292018
Inclusive business at the base of the pyramid: the role of embeddedness for enabling social innovations
AA Lashitew, L Bals, R van Tulder
Journal of Business Ethics 162 (2), 421-448, 2020
282020
Exploring layers of complexity in offshoring research and practice
L Bals, PDØ Jensen, MM Larsen, T Pedersen
The offshoring challenge, 1-18, 2013
282013
Purchasing and supply management (PSM) competencies: Current and future requirements
L Bals, H Schulze, S Kelly, K Stek
Journal of purchasing and supply management 25 (5), 100572, 2019
272019
Purchasing managers' willingness to pay for attributes that constitute sustainability
P Goebel, C Reuter, R Pibernik, C Sichtmann, L Bals
Journal of Operations Management 62, 44-58, 2018
262018
The off-shoring challenge
T Pedersen, L Bals, P Jensen, M Larsen
London: Springer, 2013
172013
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