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ISSN: 1649-7082 (print)
ISSN: 2044-4567 (online)
'B' Quality Listed
Volume 10: 2016 accepted papers:
"Patient Experience Improvement at UPMC Eye Center" by Tinglong Dai, Sridhar Tayur, Joshua Rheinbolt, and Robert Noecker
"Indore Hospital: Cost Based Surgery Allocation" by Tuhin Sengupta and Sudipendra Nath Roy
"Super Formula Case for Project Management Courses: Improving the Project Statement of Work" by Cristiane Biazzin and Janaína (Jane) Siegler
"Using Student-Selected Local Business Operations Projects in an Introductory Operations Management Undergraduate Course: Benefits over Alternatives" by Alan Jin, Margaret Cunningham, Lifang Wu, and Mina Lee
Call for Papers
Volume 11: 2017
The Editors invite papers including case studies, lecture articles, ready-to-use exercises/simulations, and curriculum design/teaching strategies in Operations Management education.
Articles will be accepted for review for possible inclusion in this Volume until October 31, 2017. Click on SUBMIT in the left hand menu for submission details.
OMER indexing & journal listings
The journal is currently listed in Cabell's Directory, and J-Gate in India. Article titles/abstracts are also listed in EBSCO and ProQuest databases. It is rated a 'B' quality journal in the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List 2013. OMER is also listed in the CABS Academic Journal Guide 2015 at level 1.
Lead Editor: Kathryn Stecke (University of Texas at Dallas, USA)
Co-editors: Ravi Kumar (Nangyang Technological University, Singapore), Ashok Kumar (Grand Valley State University, USA), Lawrence Leung (Chinese University of Hong Kong, China), and Yong Yin (Doshisha University, Japan)
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The mission of the Operations Management Education Review is to enhance education in operations management worldwide through the publication of high quality refereed teaching materials, articles on key developments in teaching methods and technologies, and new in operations management education.