I research, teach, and have worked in the arena of Supply Chain Management (SCM). My academic research has two streams. The first stream focuses on how buyers and suppliers can work together, how supply chains learn, and how this learning can depreciate. The second stream looks at how firms can benefit from better raw materials sourcing and new manufacturing techniques for producing these raw materials, inlcuding Nanomachining.
- Agrawal, A., Mukherjee, U., & Muthulingam, S. (2020). Does Organizational Forgetting Affect Quality Knowledge Gained Through Spillover?—Evidence from the Automotive Industry. PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT. 29(4), 907-934.
- Goel, G., Kalamdhad, A. S., & Agrawal, A. (2018). Parameter optimisation for producing fired bricks using organic solid wastes. Journal of Cleaner Production. 205, 836-844.
- Goel, S., Cross, G., Stukowski, A., Gamsjäger, E., Beake, B., & Agrawal, A. (2018). Designing nanoindentation simulation studies by appropriate indenter choices: Case study on single crystal tungsten. COMPUTATIONAL MATERIALS SCIENCE. 152, 196-210.
- Agrawal, A., Muthulingam, S., & Rajapakshe, T. (2017). How Sourcing of Interdependent Components Affects Quality in Automotive Supply Chains. PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT. 26(8), 1512-1533.
- Muthulingam, S., & Agrawal, A. (2016). Does Quality Knowledge Spillover at Shared Suppliers? An Empirical Investigation. M&SOM-MANUFACTURING & SERVICE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT. 18(4), 525-544.