Associate Professor, Supply Chain and Business Technology Management
Concordia University Research Chair in Operations & Sustainable Development
John Molson Building,
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In my research, I study how companies, supply chains, and technologies can help advance the goals of sustainable development. I have conducted research on what types of companies are likely to engage in radical innovations to become more sustainable, the role of crowdfunding in sustainability, and the adoption of sustainable practices in supply chains.
My current research is focused on identifying the most promising technologies and practices for the goals of sustainable development, such as small modular reactors.
Hajmohammad, S., Shevchenko, A., & Vachon, S. (2021). Addressing supplier sustainability misconducts: response strategies to nonmarket stakeholder contentions. International Journal of Operations & Production Management.
Shevchenko A. (2021). Do financial penalties for environmental violations facilitate improvements in corporate environmental performance? An empirical investigation. Business Strategy and the Environment. 30(4), 1723-1734.
Hajmohammad S. & Shevchenko, A. (2020). Mitigating sustainability risk in supplier populations: an agent-based simulation study. International Journal of Operations & Production Management: 40(7/8): 897-920.
Shevchenko, A., Pagell, M., Levesque, M., & Johnston D. (2020). Preventing supplier non-conformance: Extending the agency theory perspective International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 40(3): 315-340.
Longoni, A., Pagell, M., Shevchenko, A., & Klassen, R. (2019). Human capital routines and sustainability trade-offs: The influence of conflicting schemas for operations and safety managers. International Journal of Operations & Production Management.
Shevchenko, A., Levesque, M., & Pagell, M. (2016). Why firms delay reaching true sustainability. Journal of Management Studies, 3(5), 911-935.
Pagell, M., Klassen, R., Johnston, D., Shevchenko, A., & Sharma, S. (2015). Are safety and operational effectiveness contradictory requirements: The roles of routines and relational coordination. Journal of Operations Management, 36(1), 1-14
Pagell, M., & Shevchenko, A. (2014). Why research in sustainable supply chain management should have no future. Journal of Supply Chain Management, 50(1), 44-55.
2017 Emerald Citations of Excellence Award
2020 IJOPM’s Highly Commended Paper Award
ADMI 820 Emerging technology and supply chain management
MSCM 686 Supply Chain Sustainability
MSCM 682 Sourcing & Global Logistics
SCOM 372 Supply Chain Planning & Control
COMM 225 Production and Operations Management
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