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Ambulance location for maximum survival
This article proposes new location models for emergency medical service stations. The models are generated by incorporating a survival function into existing covering models. A survival function is a monotonically decreasing ...
Winners and losers in a major price war
(American Marketing Association, 2008-10)
Although retail price wars have received much business press and some research attention, it is unclear how they affect consumer purchase behavior. This article studies an unprecedented price war in Dutch grocery retailing ...
Grey market e-shopping and trust building practices in China
(Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 2008)
In the last decade, the wide use of the Internet, particularly through the proliferation of broadband, has dramatically changed the behaviour and lifestyle of many people. China, as a fast-growing emerging economy with a ...
Optimal ambulance location with random delays and travel times
(Springer Science+Business Media, 2008-09)
We describe an ambulance location optimization model that minimizes the number of ambulances needed tonprovide a specified service level. The model measures service level as the fraction of calls reached within a given ...
Private-label use and store loyalty
(American Marketing Association, 2008-11)
The authors develop an econometric model of the relationship between a household’s private-label (PL) share and its behavioral store loyalty. The model includes major drivers of these two behaviors and controls for ...
Assessment of patient classification in appointment system design
(Production and Operations Management Society, 2008-05)
This paper investigates two approaches to patient classification: using patient classification only for sequencing patient appointments at the time of booking and using patient classification for both sequencing and ...
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