Daniel F. Lynch

Associate Professor

Director, Centre for International Trade and Transportation

Email: Dan.Lynch@dal.ca

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  • A Summary and Analysis of Multi-Item Scales used in Logistics Research 

    Keller, Scott B., Katrina Savitskie, Theodore P. Stank, Daniel F. Lynch, et al. 2002. "A Summary and Analysis of Multi-Item Scales used in Logistics Research." Journal of Business Logistics 23(2): 83-281.
    This article analyzes multi-item scales used in business logistics research. Research focusing on attitudinal and behavioral concepts differs notably from traditional approaches applied to studying inventory levels, facility ...
  • Wal-Mart fights the battle of Conway 

    Kurtz, David L., Scott B. Keller, Mike J. Landry, and Daniel F. Lynch. 1995. "Wal-Mart fights the battle of Conway." Business horizons 38(5): 46.
    In 1993, Wal-Mart found itself on the wrong side of a judge's ruling on a lawsuit filed by a small-town pharmacist. Aimed at the heart of Wal-Mart's low price strategy, this lawsuit reflects a long simmering animosity ...
  • The Impact of Internal Marketing Efforts in Distribution Service Operations 

    Keller, Scott B., Daniel F. Lynch, Alexander E. Ellinger, John Ozment, et al. 2006. "The Impact of Internal Marketing Efforts in Distribution Service Operations." Journal of Business Logistics 27(1): 109-137.
    This article examines the impact of internal marketing efforts in distribution service operations. Almost all supply chain distribution initiatives are differentiated by the volitional efforts of frontline employees. ...
  • GENDER BIAS AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN THE RETAIL ENVIRONMENT 

    McIntyre, Faye S., Daniel F. Lynch, and Robert E. Hite. 2002. "GENDER BIAS AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN THE RETAIL ENVIRONMENT." Allied Academies International Conference.Academy of Marketing Studies.Proceedings 7(1): 29-33.
    This exploratory study attempts to answer three questions: 1) does gender bias in the retail selling environment exist today; 2) does dissimilarity of buyer and seller gender lead to bias; and 3) do the determinants of ...
  • The Effects of Logistics Capabilities and Strategy on Firm Performance 

    Lynch, Daniel F., Scott B. Keller, and John Ozment. 2000. "The Effects of Logistics Capabilities and Strategy on Firm Performance." Journal of Business Logistics 21(2): 47-67.
    Examines the effectiveness of corporate strategy with logistics strategy and capabilities in the retail grocery industry in the United States. Effect of logistics capabilities on firm performance; Importance of logistics ...
  • Public Policy and Global Supply Chain Capabilities and Performance: A Resource-Based View 

    Morash, Edward A., and Daniel F. Lynch. 2002. "Public Policy and Global Supply Chain Capabilities and Performance: A Resource-Based View." Journal of International Marketing 10(1): 25-51.
    No abstract available.
  • Linking Strategy, Structure, Process, and Performance in Integrated Logistics 

    Rodrigues, Alexandre M., Theodore P. Stank, and Daniel F. Lynch. 2004. "Linking Strategy, Structure, Process, and Performance in Integrated Logistics." Journal of Business Logistics 25(2): 65-94.
    The article presents and tests a framework of supply chain logistics integration that synthesizes current logistics thought with an established theory of organizational design that portrays performance as an outcome of ...
  • Examining supply chain relationships: Do buyer and supplier perspectives on collaborative relationships differ? 

    Nyaga, Gilbert N., Judith M. Whipple, and Daniel F. Lynch. 2010. "Examining supply chain relationships: Do buyer and supplier perspectives on collaborative relationships differ?." Journal of Operations Management 28(2): 101-114.
    No abstract available.
  • Firm size, web site content, and financial performance in the transportation industry 

    Ellinger, Alexander E., Daniel F. Lynch, and John D. Hansen. 2003. "Firm size, web site content, and financial performance in the transportation industry." Industrial Marketing Management 32(3): 177-185.
    No abstract available.
  • A buyer's perspective on collaborative versus transactional relationships 

    Whipple, Judith M., Daniel F. Lynch, and Gilbert N. Nyaga. 2010. "A buyer's perspective on collaborative versus transactional relationships." Industrial Marketing Management 39(3): 507-518.
    No abstract available.
  • The Impact of Student Characteristics on Cooperative Testing in the Marketing Classroom 

    Hite, Robert E., Faye S. McIntyre, and Daniel F. Lynch. 2001. "The Impact of Student Characteristics on Cooperative Testing in the Marketing Classroom." Marketing Education Review 11(1): 27-34.
    No abstract available.
  • B-To-B E-Commerce: a Content Analytical Assessment of Motor Carrier Websites 

    Ellinger, Alexander E., Daniel F. Lynch, James K. Andzulis, and Ronn J. Smith. 2003. "B-To-B E-Commerce: a Content Analytical Assessment of Motor Carrier Websites." Journal of Business Logistics 24(1): 199-220.
    This article provides an overview of web site content within the motor carrier industry. An Internet presence provides firms with opportunities to enhance business offerings in a cost effective and practical manner. It can ...
  • LINKING LOGISTICS CAPABILITIES TO STRATEGIC ORIENTATION: A COST AND SERVICE TRADE-OFF 

    Nyaga, Gilbert N., Roger J. Calantone, and Daniel F. Lynch. 2006. "LINKING LOGISTICS CAPABILITIES TO STRATEGIC ORIENTATION: A COST AND SERVICE TRADE-OFF." American Marketing Association.Conference Proceedings 17: 246.
    The study uses Discriminant Analysis (DA) to distinguish statistically between cost- and service-oriented logistics strategies based on thirteen logistics capabilities in the grocery industry. The study hypothesizes that, ...
  • Power Asymmetry, Adaptation and Collaboration in Dyadic Relationships Involving a Powerful Partner 

    Nyaga, Gilbert N., Daniel F. Lynch, Donna Marshall, and Eamonn Ambrose. 2013. "Power Asymmetry, Adaptation and Collaboration in Dyadic Relationships Involving a Powerful Partner." Journal of Supply Chain Management 49(3): 42-65.
    No abstract available.
  • LOGISTICS STRATEGY FIT, FIRM STRATEGY TYPE AND PERFORMANCE: A NEXUS 

    Nyaga, Gilbert N., Daniel F. Lynch, and Roger J. Calantone. 2004. "LOGISTICS STRATEGY FIT, FIRM STRATEGY TYPE AND PERFORMANCE: A NEXUS." American Marketing Association.Conference Proceedings 15: 210-211.
    No abstract available.