Quantitative analysis of strategic and tactical purchasing decisions

Doctoral thesis OPEN
Heijboer, G.J.;
(2003)
  • Publisher: Twente University Press (TUP)
  • Subject: METIS-215804 | IR-38700

Purchasing management is a relatively new scientific research field, partly due to the fact that purchasing has only recently been recognized as a factor of strategic importance to an organization. In this thesis, the author focuses on a selection of strategic and tacti... View more
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