Professor Dahel was a faculty member in the Department of Information Systems and Operations Management at the University of Toledo, Ohio. He has also taught at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Central Michigan University.
His current research interests involve the selection and evaluation of suppliers and the analysis of strategic sourcing decisions. Another component of his research focuses on investigating routing and transportation decisions and their impact on distribution efficiency in a supply chain. His prior research focused on the design and operations of cellular manufacturing systems.
Professor Dahel's recent journal publications have appeared in the International Journal of Production Research, the International Journal of Supply Chain Management, and the proceeding of Decision Sciences.
Active in professional organizations, he has presented papers, served as session chair, paper reviewer, and discussant at conferences of the Decision Sciences Institute, the Institute of Management Sciences, the Operations Research Society of America, and the Production and Operations Management Society.
International supply chain management, logistics, management science, operations management
PhD, Management Sciences, MBA, Operations Management, Illinois Institute of Technology; BS, Business, UniversitÃ© de Constantine, Algeria
"Optimizing Routing Decisions in Crossdocking Distribution Systems"
"Vendor Selection and Order Quantity Allocation in Volume Discount Environments"
"A Multiobjective Mixed Integer Program for Procurement Decisions with Volume Discounts"
"Design of Cellular Manufacturing Systems in Tandem Configuration"
"Local and Centralized Purchasing Constructs under Demand Capacity Quality and Lead Time Constraints"