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A. Michael Knemeyer

BiographyPublications

Professor Knemeyer’s research focus is on supply chain relationships. His work has been published in such professional journals as the Harvard Business Review, Transportation Journal, Journal of Business Logistics, and International Journal of Logistics Management. Knemeyer was also a co-author of four chapters in the book Supply Chain Management: Processes, Partnerships, Performance.

Areas of expertise

  • Transportation management
  • Logistics management
  • Supply chain management
  • Developing and implementing supply chain partnerships
  • Customer service
  • Distribution systems, transportation outsourcing
  • Transportation planning

Education

  • PhD, University of Maryland
  • BSBA, John Carroll University

Books and Book Chapters

  • Co-author on a chapter in, “Handbuch Kontraktlogistik: Das Management Komplexer Logistikdienstleistungen” (Contract Logistics Handbook: The Management of Complex Logistics Services), 1st Edition (2007), Wolfgang Stolzle, Jurgen Weber, Erik Holmann, and Carl M. Wallenburg, Editors, Weinheim, Germany, Wiley-VCH.
  • Goldsby, T.J. and A.M. Knemeyer, “Contract Logistics in North America”
  • Co-author on a chapter in, “Business Performance Measurement: Theory and Practice, 2nd Edition (2007), Andy Neely, Editor, Cambridge, United Kingdom, Cambridge University Press.
  • Lambert, D.M. and A.M. Knemeyer, “Measuring Performance: The Supply Chain Management Perspective”
  • Co-author on chapters in, “Supply Chain Management: Processes, Partnerships, Performance”,1st edition (2004); 2nd edition (2006); Chinese edition – Peking University Press (2007) and 3rd edition (2008). Douglas M. Lambert, Editor, Sarasota, FL, Supply Chain Management Institute.
  • Knemeyer, A.M., D.M. Lambert and S.J. Garcia-Dastugue, “The Customer Service Management Process” – adapted from journal article appearing in the International Journal of Logistics Management in 2003.
  • Rogers, D.S., D.M. Lambert and A.M. Knemeyer, “The Product Development and Commercialization Process” – adapted from journal article appearing in the International Journal of Logistics Management in 2004.
  • Lambert, D.M., A.M. Knemeyer and J.T. Gardner, “Developing and Implementing Partnerships in the Supply Chain” – adapted from journal article appearing in the Journal of Business Logistics in 2004.
  • Lambert, D.M., S.J. Garcia-Dastugue, A.M. Knemeyer and K.L. Croxton, “Implementing Supply Chain Management”
  • Garcia-Dastugue, S.J., D.M. Lambert and A.M. Knemeyer, “Supply Chain Mapping"

Journal Articles

  • Hofer, A., Dresner, M. and A.M. Knemeyer, “ Determinants of Customer Partnering Behavior in Logistics Outsourcing Relationships,” Journal of Business Logistics, accepted and forthcoming
  • Knemeyer, A.M., W. Zinn and C. Eroglu, “Proactive Planning for Catastrophic Events in Supply Chains,” Journal of Operations Management, accepted and forthcoming.
  • Eroglu, C. and A.M. Knemeyer, "Exploring the Potential Effects of Forecaster Motivational Orientation and Gender on Judgmental Adjustments of Statistical Forecasts," Journal of Business Logistics, accepted and forthcoming. .
  • Deepen, J., T.J. Goldsby, A.M. Knemeyer and C.M. Wallenburg, “Logistics Outsourcing Performance: Measurement and Antecedents of Goal Achievement and Goal Exceedance,” Journal of Business Logistics, Vol. 29, No. 2 (2008), pp. 75-106.
  • Rabinovich, E., A.M. Knemeyer and C.M. Mayer, “Why Do Internet Commerce Firms Incorporate Logistics Service Providers in Their Distribution Channels? The Role of Transaction Costs and Network Strength,” Journal of Operations Management, Vol. 25, (2007), pp. 661-681.
  • Rabinovich, E. and A.M. Knemeyer, “Logistics Service Providers in Internet Supply Chains,” California Management Review, Vol. 48, No. 4, (2006), pp. 84-108.
  • Knemeyer, A.M. and P.R. Murphy, “Exploring the Potential Impact of Relationship Characteristics and Customer Attributes on the Outcomes of Third-Party Logistics Arrangements,” Transportation Journal, Vol. 44, No. 1, (2005), pp. 5-19.
  • Knemeyer, A.M. and P.R. Murphy, “Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty?: An Examination of User and Provider Perspectives Towards Third-Party Logistics Relationships,” International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Vol. 35, No. 10, (2005), pp. 708-727.
  • Lambert, D.M. and A.M. Knemeyer, “We’re In This Together,” Harvard Business Review, Vol. 82, No. 12, (December 2004), pp. 114-122. (Reprinted in, “21st Century Supply Chain Collection,” Harvard Business Review, 2004 and “Harvard Business Review on Supply Chain Management,” Harvard Business School Press, 2007)  
  • Lambert, D.M., A.M. Knemeyer and J.T. Gardner, “Supply Chain Partnerships: Model Validation and Implementation,” Journal of Business Logistics, Vol. 25, No. 2, (2004), pp. 21-42.  
  • Knemeyer, A.M. and P.R. Murphy, “Evaluating the Performance of Third-Party Logistics Arrangements: A Relationship Marketing Perspective,” Journal of Supply Chain Management: A Global Review of Purchasing & Supply, Vol. 40, No. 1, (Winter 2004), pp. 35-51.  
  • Rogers, D.S., Lambert, D.M. and A.M. Knemeyer, “The Product Development and Commercialization Process,” International Journal of Logistics Management, Vol. 15, No. 1, (2004), pp. 43-56.  
  • Knemeyer, A.M. and P.R. Murphy, “Promoting the Value of Logistics to Future Business Leaders: An Exploratory Study Using a Principles of Marketing Experience,” International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Vol. 34, No. 10, (2004), pp. 775-792.
  • Bolumole, Y., A.M. Knemeyer and D.M. Lambert, “The Customer Service Management Process,” International Journal of Logistics Management, Vol. 14, No. 2, (2003), pp. 15-31.  
  • Knemeyer, A.M., T.M. Corsi and P.R. Murphy, “Logistics Outsourcing Relationships: Customer Perspectives,” Journal of Business Logistics, Vol. 24, No. 1, (2003), pp. 77-109.  
  • Knemeyer, A.M., T.G. Ponzurick and C.M. Logar, “A Qualitative Examination of Factors Affecting Reverse Logistics Systems,” International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Vol. 32, No. 6, (2002), pp. 455-479.  
  • Knemeyer, A.M. and P.R. Murphy, “Academic and Career Issues in Logistics,” Journal of Transportation Law, Logistics and Policy, Vol. 69, No. 4, (2002), pp. 411-429.  
  • Knemeyer, A.M. and P.R. Murphy, “Logistics Internships: Employer and Student Perspectives,” International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Vol. 32, No.2, (2002), pp. 135-152.  
  • Knemeyer, A.M. and P.R. Murphy, “Just Do It: Educators’ Views on Logistics Internships,” Defense Transportation Journal, Vol. 57, No. 6, (December 2001), pp. 6-10.  
  • Knemeyer, A.M. and P.R. Murphy, “Logistics Internships: Employer Perspectives,” Transportation Journal, Vol. 45, No. 4, (Fall 2001), pp. 16-26.  
  • Knemeyer, A.M. and P.R. Murphy, “A Taste of the “Real” World: Suggestions for Improving the Effectiveness of the Logistics Internship Experience,” Defense Transportation Journal, Vol. 56, No. 5, (October 2000), pp. 8-16.  
  • Knemeyer, A.M., P.R. Murphy and R.F. Poist, “Opportunities for Women in Logistics: An Analysis of Student Perspectives,” Transportation Journal, Vol. 43, No. 1, (1999), pp. 34-41.
  • Corsi, T.M., R.J. Windle, and A.M. Knemeyer, “Economic Impact of Interstate Highway Commercialization on Interchange Businesses,” Transportation Journal, Vol. 43, No. 2, (1999), pp. 16-25.
  • Murphy, P.R., J.M. Daley and A.M. Knemeyer, “Comparing Logistics Management in Small and Large Firms: An Exploratory Study,” Transportation Journal, Vol. 43, No. 3, (1999), pp.18-25.
  • Knemeyer, A.M., P.R. Murphy and R.F. Poist, “Do You Think I'm Sexy?: Suggestions for Improving the Attractiveness of the Logistics Major,” Journal of Transportation Law, Logistics and Policy, Vol. 66, No. 1, (Fall 1998), pp. 54-64.

Articles Under Review

  • Cahill, D. T.J. Goldsby, A.M. Knemeyer and C.M. Wallenburg, “Customer Loyalty in Logistics Outsourcing Relationships: An Examination of the Moderating Effects of Conflict Frequency,” conditionally accepted at Journal of Business Logistics.
  • Cahill, D., A.M. Knemeyer and C.M. Wallenburg, “Loyalty Formation in Logistics Outsourcing Relationships: Cultural Differences between the United States and Germany,” revising to resubmit for 3rd review atInternational Journal of Logistics Management.
  • Wallenburg, C.M., Knemeyer, A.M., Goldsby, T.J., and D. Cahill, “Developing a Scale for Proactive Improvement within Logistics Outsourcing Relationships,” under 1st review at International Journal of Logistics Management.
  • Hofer, A. and A.M. Knemeyer, “Controlling for Logistics Complexity: Scale Development and Validation,” under 1st review at International Journal of Logistics Management.