James K. Weeks

Professional interests: Strategic management, operations management, manufacturing strategy, materials and logistics planning and controls, production scheduling

There are 4 included publications by James K. Weeks :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Comment: The Cost of No-Fault. 1985 750 INTRODUCTION: Lawson, Heidrick, and Soular (LHS) present three criticisms in regard to Johnson-Flanigan-Weeks' (JFW) study "An Empirical Investigation of the Costs of Adopting No-fault Insurance Systems: 1971-1980," Journal of Insurance Regulation,...
An Empirical Investigation of the Costs of Adopting No Fault Insurance Systems: 1971-1980 1983 1252 Numerous arguments for nofault have been adduced by proponents. These include social adequacy, fairness and equity, and promptness of reparation, but the most frequently propounded advantage is cost. Nofault should reduce the cost of the automobile i...
Evaluating Scheduling Policies in a Multi-Level Assembly System 1986 1607 This paper orders in preference various scheduling policies comprised of dispatching and regeneration rules in a multi-level assembly production system. Traditional expected-value statistical and second-degree stochastic dominance preference ordering...
A Stochastic Dominance Ordering of Scheduling Rules. 1979 1550 This paper applies stochastic dominance (SD) preference-ordering criteria to job shop scheduling rules. A simulation model of a hypothetical dual-constrained job shop is used to derive several measures of shop performance for a number of dispatching/...