Selected Publications

Articles In Academic Journals

Year Title
2013 Returns and the Bullwhip EffectTransportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. 159-175.
2013 Stockout Progpogation and Amplification in Supply chain Inventory SystemsInternational Journal of Production Research. 1491-1507.
2013 Stockout Propagation and Amplification in Supply Chain Inventory SystemsInternational Journal of Production Research. 1491-1507.
2013 Underestimating the Bullwhip Effect - A Simulation Study of the Decomposability AssumptionInternational Journal of Production Research. 230-244.
2009 A solution for the intractable inventory model when both demand and lead time are stochasticInternational Journal of Production Economics. 595-605.
2009 Exploring the structural properties of the (D,0) inventory modelInternational Journal of Production Research. 2767-2783.
2009 SCML: An Information Framework to Support Supply Chain ModelingEuropean Journal of Operational Research. 651-660.
2007 A Multi-Formalism Architecture for Agent-based, Order-Centric Supply Chain SimulationSimulation Modelling Practice and Theory. 153-174.
2007 All-Zero Forecasts for Lumpy Demand: A Factorial StudyInternational Journal of Production Research. 935-950.
2007 The Economic Lot Scheduling Problem: A Pure Genetic Search ApproachComputers and Operations Research. 2865-2881.
2006 An XML-Centered Approach to Creating Object-Oriented Supply Chain Simulation ModelsInternational Journal of Simulation and Process Modeling. 115-123.
2006 Quantifying the Bullwhip Effect in a Supply Chain with Stochastic Lead TimesEuropean Journal of Operational Research. 617-636.
2006 SISCO: An Object-Oriented Supply Chain Simulation SystemDecision Support Systems. 422-434.
2004 The Bullwhip Effect: Impact of Stochastic Lead Times, Information Quality, and Information Sharing - A Simulation StudyProduction and Operations Management. 340-353.
2003 Supply Chain Information Technology MetricsInternational Journal of Operations & Quantitative Management,-s. 33-48.

Conference Papers

Year Title
2015 Simulating the Bullwhip Effect in a Multi-echelon Supply Chain

Expertise Keywords

  • Business : Supply Chain Management, Business Simulation, Operations Management
  • Modeling and Simulation : Discrete-Event Simulation, Agent-Based Simulation, Operations Research
  • Education And Training

  • Ph.D. in Management Science and Information Systems, Pennsylvania State University 2001
  • M.S. in Management Information Systems, Pennsylvania State University 1993
  • M.B.A. in Finance, Pennsylvania State University 1991
  • B.S. in Management Systems, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1989
  • Full Name

  • Dean Chatfield