Md Maruf Hossan Chowdhury
Md Maruf Hossan Chowdhury
Senior Lecturer, University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
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Supply chain resilience: Conceptualization and scale development using dynamic capability theory
MMH Chowdhury, M Quaddus
International journal of production economics 188, 185-204, 2017
Supply chain readiness, response and recovery for resilience
MMH Chowdhury, M Quaddus
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal 21 (6), 709-731, 2016
The role of social capital on proactive and reactive resilience of organizations post-disaster
X Jia, M Chowdhury, G Prayag, MMH Chowdhury
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 48, 101614, 2020
Supply chain resilience for performance: role of relational practices and network complexities
MMH Chowdhury, M Quaddus, R Agarwal
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal 24 (5), 659-676, 2019
A multiple objective optimization based QFD approach for efficient resilient strategies to mitigate supply chain vulnerabilities: The case of garment industry of Bangladesh
MMH Chowdhury, MA Quaddus
Omega 57, 5-21, 2015
Reimagining global food value chains through effective resilience to COVID-19 shocks and similar future events: A dynamic capability perspective
I Ali, A Arslan, M Chowdhury, Z Khan, SY Tarba
Journal of business research 141, 1-12, 2022
Supply chain sustainability practices and governance for mitigating sustainability risk and improving market performance: A dynamic capability perspective
MMH Chowdhury, MA Quaddus
Journal of Cleaner Production 278, 123521, 2021
A multi-phased QFD based optimization approach to sustainable service design
MMH Chowdhury, MA Quaddus
International Journal of Production Economics 171, 165-178, 2016
Ethical issues as competitive advantage for bank management
M Hossan Chowdhury
Humanomics 27 (2), 109-120, 2011
Dynamic capabilities for meeting stakeholders' sustainability requirements in supply chain
M Chowdhury, M. M. H., Agarwal, R., & Quaddus
Journal of Cleaner Production 215, 34-45, 2019
Reflective or formative measurement model of sustainability factor? A three industry comparison
EA Khan, MNA Dewan, MMH Chowdhury
Corporate Ownership and Control 13 (2), 83-92, 2016
Dynamic sustainability requirements of stakeholders and the supply portfolio
MMH Chowdhury, SK Paul, OA Sianaki, MA Quaddus
Journal of Cleaner Production 255, 120148, 2020
Strategies for mitigating supply-side barriers in the apparel supply chain: A study on the apparel industry of Bangladesh
MMH Chowdhury, NJ Umme, M Nuruzzaman
Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management 19, 41-52, 2018
A framework for selecting optimal strategies to mitigate the corporate sustainability barriers
MMH Chowdhury, MM Hossain, MNA Dewan
Corporate Ownership and Control 13 (1), 462-481, 2015
The relationship between corporate social responsibility and corporate financial performance: Evidence from a developing country
M Hossain, M Chowdhury, R Evans, A Lema
Corporate control and ownership 12 (3Continue 4), 474-487, 2015
Supply chain resilience to mitigate disruptions: a QFD approach
MH Chowdhury, NA Dewan, M A Quaddus
Supply chain relational capital for sustainability through governance: the moderating effect of network complexity
MMH Chowdhury, M Chowdhury, EA Khan, S Sajib
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal 28 (2), 347-362, 2023
Strategies to mitigate barriers to supply chain sustainability: an apparel manufacturing case study
MMH Chowdhury, S Rahman, MA Quaddus, Y Shi
Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing 38 (4), 869-885, 2023
The future of manufacturing global value chains, smart specialization and flexibility!
R Agarwal, MMH Chowdhury, SK Paul
Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management 19, 1-2, 2018
Sustainable supply chain management through compliance of stakeholders’ requirements: a study on ready-made garment (RMG) industry of Bangladesh
MMH Chowdhury, MNA Dewan, MA Quaddus
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