Paul Murphy, PhD

Departments: Supply Chain Management

Paul Murphy, PhD

Curriculum Vitae

Holds a doctoral degree in Business Administration from the University of Maryland, College Park, USA. He is a professor of Logistics at the eminent John Caroll University, USA. His work includes consulting for government agencies, various companies, and non-profit organizations. He published numerous articles in scientific journals, and is the author of several books. Currently, he researches social responsibility in logistics and international logistics practice. He has received a number of awards for his work as a lecturer.

 

 

 

Publications

  1. Learning and Pedagogical Research: Textbooks : Contemporary Logistics, (co-authored with Donald Wood), 9th edition, Published by Prentice Hall, 2008. Contemporary Logistics, (co-authored with Donald Wood), 8th edition, Published by Prentice Hall, 2004. ;
  2. Other - INSTRUCTOR’S MANUALS:
  3. Contemporary Logistics, (prepared solely by Paul Murphy), 9th edition, Published by Prentice Hall, 2008. Accessible at http://www.prenhall.com/murphy.
  4. Contemporary Logistics, (prepared solely by Paul Murphy), 8th edition, Published by Prentice Hall, 2004. Could be accessed at http://www.prenhall.com/wood. ;
  5. Contributions To Practice: Technical Reports:“Logistics: Trends and Impacts,” Catholic Cemetery Conference Convention and Exposition, October 2005.
  6. “Logistics: A Red-Headed Stepchild of Marketing,” Panel discussion, Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Annual Meeting, March 2004. (with A. Michael Knemeyer and Cyril Logar);
  7. Discipline-Based Scholarship:Peer Reviewed Proceedings: “Failure Is Not an Option: The Role of Supply Chain Management in the Prevention of Retail Service Failures,” Association of Marketing Theory and Practice, 2006, pp. 248-258. (with A. Michael Knemeyer and Cyril Logar)
  8. “Read All About It: The Good News and Bad News Concerning Marketing Career-Related Issues,” Association of Marketing Theory and Practice, 2005, pp. 176-182. (with Robert Cook, Cyril Logar and A. Michael Knemeyer);
  9. Peer Reviewed Paper Presentations:“Failure Is Not an Option: The Role of Supply Chain Management in the Prevention of Retail Service Failures,” Association of Marketing Theory and Practice, March 2006. (with A. Michael Knemeyer and Cyril Logar)
  10. “Read All About It: The Good News and Bad News Concerning Marketing Career-Related Issues,” Association of Marketing Theory and Practice, March 2005. (with Robert Cook, Cyril Logar, and A. Michael Knemeyer)

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