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Demand-based on-shelf availability

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abstract This research seeks to improve retail on-shelf availability by understanding intraday sales patterns and integrating these into inventory policies by refitting the review period. Conceptually, it applies service-dominant logic, a new structuring theory from marketing. Empirically, it analyzes intraday retail transaction data.
   
type presentation (English)
   
keywords Service-Dominant logic; on-shelf availability; retail modeling
   
project Demand-based on-shelf availability
date of presentation 13-10-2011
event Operations, Planning, Accounting, and Control (OPAC) PhD Seminar (Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
citation Ehrenthal, J. C. (2011). Demand-based on-shelf availability. Presented at Operations, Planning, Accounting, and Control (OPAC) PhD Seminar, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
   
profile area SoM - Business Innovation