University of Bath School of Management University of Bath School of Management

Dr Emma Brandon-Jones

Dr Emma Brandon-Jones
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Publications

Leading Refereed Journal Papers

BA, PGCE, PhD

Job Title:

Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Operations and Supply Management

Division:

Information, Decision and Operations

Key Research Interests:

Supply Chain Risk Management, Sustainable Supply Chain Management

Research Interests

My research work is focused on two key areas: sustainable supply chain management and supply chain risk. My sustainability work considers the institutional and capability factors influencing the adoption of ethical and environmental practices. In relation to supply chain risk, I am especially concerned with the factors which may enhance, or detrimentally affect, resilience and recovery potential. My research has been published in the International Journal of Operations and Production Management, and the Journal of Supply Chain Management.

PhD Supervision

I am interested in hearing from potential PhD students who are keen to pursue work in the areas of sustainable supply chain management or supply chain risk.

Publications

Leading Refereed Journal Papers

Brandon-Jones, E., Dutordoir, M., Neto, JQF., and Squire, B. 2017. The impact of reshoring decisions on shareholder wealth. Journal of Operations Management, (49), 31-36.

Luzzini, D., Brandon-Jones, E., Brandon-Jones, A., Spina, G. 2015. From sustainability commitment to performance: The role of intra- and inter-film collaborative capabilities in the upstream supply chain. International Journal of Production Economics. 165: 51-63.

Squire, B., Brandon-Jones, E., & Van Rossenberg, Y. 2015. The impact of supply base complexity on disruptions and performance: The moderating effects of slack and visibility. International Journal of Production Research. 53(22), 6903-6918.

Brandon-Jones, E., Squire, B., Autry, C. W., Petersen, K. J. 2014. A Contingent Resource-Based Perspective of Supply Chain Resiliance and Robustness. Journal of Supply Chain Management. 50(3): 55-73.

Piercy, N., Brandon-Jones, A., Brandon-Jones, E. & Campbell, C. 2012. Examining the effectiveness of experiential teaching in small and large OM modules. International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 32(2): 1473-1492.