Required Readings – Articles can be found in the online Library
Breen, L. (2006). Give me back my empties or else! A preliminary analysis of customer compliance in reverse logistics practices (UK). Management Research Review, 29(9), 532-532-551. doi:10.1108/01409170610708989
Daugherty, P. J., Autry, C. W., & Ellinger, A. E. (2001). Reverse logistics: The relationship between resource commitment and program performance. Journal of Business Logistics, 22(1), 107-107-124.
Kulp, S.K., Lee, H. L., & Ofek, E. (2004). Manufacturer benefits from information integration with retail customers. Management Science, 50(4), 431-431-444.
Meyer, H. (1999). Many happy returns. The Journal of Business Strategy, 20(4), 27-27-31.
Mollenkopf, D. A., & Closs, D. J. (2005). The hidden value in REVERSE LOGISTICS. Supply Chain Management Review, 9(5), 34-34-36,38-40,42-43.
Richey, R. G., Daugherty, P. J., Genchev, S. E., & Autry, C. W. (2004). Reverse logistics: The impact of timing and resources. Journal of Business Logistics, 25(2), 229-229-250.
Richey, R. G., Tokman, M., Wright, R. E., & Harvey, M. G. (2005). Monitoring reverse logistics programs: A roadmap to sustainable development in emerging markets. Multinational Business Review, 13(3), 41-41-65.
Rogers, D.S. & Tibben-Lembke, R.S. (1998). Going backwards: Reverse logistics trends and practices. Reverse Logistics Executive Council. (Free book can be located online at http://www.rlec.org)
Rogers, D. S., Rogers, Z. S., & Lembke, R. (2010). Creating value through product stewardship and take-back.Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal, 1(2), 133-133-160. doi:10.1108/20408021011089211
Stock, J. R. (2001). The 7 deadly sins of reverse logistics. Material Handling & Logistics, 56(3), MHS5-MHS5-MHS11.
Tibben-Lembke, R., & Rogers, D. S. (2002). Differences between forward and reverse logistics in a retail environment. Supply Chain Management, 7(5), 271-271-282.
In the Resources folder there are weekly videos, assignment rubrics, articles and reports, TurnItIn instructions, and up to date APA handouts.
In addition to the required course texts the following public domain Websites are useful. Please abide by the university’s academic honesty policy when using Internet sources as well. Note web site addresses are subject to change.