International Journal of Production Research

(The H4-Index of International Journal of Production Research is 62. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Viability of intertwined supply networks: extending the supply chain resilience angles towards survivability. A position paper motivated by COVID-19 outbreak836
Impact of COVID-19 on logistics systems and disruptions in food supply chain419
Assessing relations between Circular Economy and Industry 4.0: a systematic literature review307
A supply chain transparency and sustainability technology appraisal model for blockchain technology290
Blockchain technology for enhancing swift-trust, collaboration and resilience within a humanitarian supply chain setting258
Reconfigurable supply chain: the X-network227
The applications of Industry 4.0 technologies in manufacturing context: a systematic literature review224
Researchers' perspectives on Industry 4.0: multi-disciplinary analysis and opportunities for operations management207
Industry 4.0 as an enabler of sustainability diffusion in supply chain: an analysis of influential strength of drivers in an emerging economy192
Unearthing the determinants of Blockchain adoption in supply chain management182
Disruption risks in supply chain management: a literature review based on bibliometric analysis178
Supply Chain Viability and the COVID-19 pandemic: a conceptual and formal generalisation of four major adaptation strategies173
Impacts of Industry 4.0 technologies on Lean principles171
A blockchain-based approach for a multi-echelon sustainable supply chain157
Information and digital technologies of Industry 4.0 and Lean supply chain management: a systematic literature review150
Blockchain-based food supply chain traceability: a case study in the dairy sector136
Blockchain in transport and logistics – paradigms and transitions126
Ripple effect and supply chain disruption management: new trends and research directions125
Effects of green supply chain integration and green innovation on environmental and cost performance115
Blockchain adoption in operations and supply chain management: empirical evidence from an emerging economy113
The potential of emergent disruptive technologies for humanitarian supply chains: the integration of blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and 3D printing111
Scopus scientific mapping production in industry 4.0 (2011–2018): a bibliometric analysis108
Industry 4.0 and resilience in the supply chain: a driver of capability enhancement or capability loss?108
Ripple effect modelling of supplier disruption: integrated Markov chain and dynamic Bayesian network approach105
Machine learning in manufacturing and industry 4.0 applications104
A study on investments in the big data-driven supply chain, performance measures and organisational performance in Indian retail 4.0 context98
Methods for mitigating disruptions in complex supply chain structures: a systematic literature review96
The complementary effect of lean manufacturing and digitalisation on operational performance94
Balancing price and green quality in presence of consumer environmental awareness: a green supply chain coordination approach93
Ripple effect quantification by supplier risk exposure assessment92
An investigation of information alignment and collaboration as complements to supply chain agility in humanitarian supply chain90
The critical success factors of using social media for supply chain social sustainability in the freight logistics industry87
Barriers to the adoption of blockchain technology in business supply chains: a total interpretive structural modelling (TISM) approach86
A systematic literature review of the capabilities and performance metrics of supply chain resilience85
Antecedents and consequences of supply chain risk management capabilities: an investigation in the post-coronavirus crisis84
A smart manufacturing adoption framework for SMEs84
5G in digital supply chain and operations management: fostering flexibility, end-to-end connectivity and real-time visibility through internet-of-everything84
One-to-one relationships between Industry 4.0 technologies and Lean Production techniques: a multiple case study81
Supply chain collaboration in the presence of disruptions: a literature review81
Production scheduling in the context of Industry 4.0: review and trends78
An integrated DEMATEL-MMDE-ISM based approach for analysing the barriers of IoT implementation in the manufacturing industry78
Supply chain data analytics for predicting supplier disruptions: a case study in complex asset manufacturing77
Supply chain coordination under information asymmetry: a review75
Decisions and coordination of green e-commerce supply chain considering green manufacturer's fairness concerns75
Learning to schedule job-shop problems: representation and policy learning using graph neural network and reinforcement learning72
Role of Big Data Analytics in supply chain management: current trends and future perspectives72
The choice of the government green subsidy scheme: innovation subsidy vs. product subsidy71
Artificial intelligence (AI) in augmented reality (AR)-assisted manufacturing applications: a review70
Dual sourcing under supply disruption with risk-averse suppliers in the sharing economy70
Iot based laundry services: an application of big data analytics, intelligent logistics management, and machine learning techniques69
The value of Blockchain technology implementation in international trades under demand volatility risk69
Supply chain coordination in the presence of uncertain yield and demand69
Autonomation policy to control work-in-process inventory in a smart production system69
Big Data in operations and supply chain management: a systematic literature review and future research agenda68
Short- and long-term repeated game behaviours of two parallel supply chains based on government subsidy in the vehicle market67
Multi-objective robust optimisation model for MDVRPLS in refined oil distribution66
Zero-defect manufacturing the approach for higher manufacturing sustainability in the era of industry 4.0: a position paper66
Evaluating barriers and solutions for social sustainability adoption in multi-tier supply chains65
Designing a blockchain enabled supply chain64
A novel cloud manufacturing service composition platform enabled by Blockchain technology64
The Industry 5.0 framework: viability-based integration of the resilience, sustainability, and human-centricity perspectives62
Blockchain-based ubiquitous manufacturing: a secure and reliable cyber-physical system62
Deep reinforcement learning for selecting demand forecast models to empower Industry 3.5 and an empirical study for a semiconductor component distributor62