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Marshall L. Fisher

UPS Professor

Professor of Operations and Information Management

Research Interests: retailing, supply chain management

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  • Andrés Catalán, Marshall L. Fisher (Draft), Assortment Allocation to Distribution Centers to Minimize Split Customer Orders.
  • Santiago Gallino, Antonio (Toni) Moreno-Garcia, Marshall L. Fisher (Working), Does Inventory Influence Demand? Exploring Billboard and Scarcity Effects.
  • Marshall L. Fisher, Ramnath Vaidyanathan (Working), A Demand Estimation Procedure for Retail Assortment Optimization with Results from Implementations.    Related Materials
  • Marshall L. Fisher, Ananth Raman, The New Science of Retailing: How Analytics are Transforming Supply Chains and Improving Performance (2010).
  • Santiago Gallino, Richard Kum-yew Lai, Marshall L. Fisher (Working), Does Inventory Have a Scarcity Effect? New Evidence Using Extreme Weather For Exogenous Variation.
  • Marshall L. Fisher (2009), Rocket Science Retailing: The 2006 Philip McCord Morse Lecture, Operations Research, 57 (3), 527 - 540.  Abstract
  • Gurhan Kok, Marshall L. Fisher, Ramnath Vaidyanathan (2008), Assortment Planning: Review of Literature and Industry Practice, Invited chapter to appear in Retail Supply Chain Management, Smith Kluwer Publishers.  
  • Marshall L. Fisher, Jayanth Krishnan, Serguei Netessine (Working), Retail Store Execution: an Empirical Study.  
  • Marshall L. Fisher, David Reibstein, Technology-Driven Demand: Implications for the Supply Chain (2000).
  • Gérard Cachon, Marshall L. Fisher (2000), Supply chain inventory management and the value of shared information., Management Science, 46 (8), 1032 - 1048.    Abstract
  • Marshall L. Fisher, Ananth Raman, Anna McClelland (2000), Rocket Science Retailing is Coming: Are Your Ready, Harvard Business Review  Abstract
  • Karl Ulrich, Taylor Randall, Marshall L. Fisher, David Reibstein, Managing Product Variety: A Study of the Bicycle Industry (1998).
  • Gérard Cachon, Marshall L. Fisher (1997), Campbell Soup's Continuous Product Replenishment Program: evaluation and enhanced decision rules., Production and Operations Management, 6. 266-275.
  • Marshall L. Fisher, Anjani Jain, John Paul MacDuffie (1995), Strategies for Product Variety: Lessons from the Auto Industry, Redesigning the Firm, 116-154.  
  • Marshall L. Fisher, J. Hammond, W. Obermeyer, Ananth Raman (1994), Making Supply Meet Demand in an Uncertain World, Harvard Business Review  Abstract
  • Anjani Jain, Marshall L. Fisher, John Paul MacDuffie, Strategies for Product Variety: Lessons From the Auto Industry (1994).