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  1. Non-ownership Business Models for Solar Energy
  2. Extended Producer Responsibility for Pharmaceuticals
  3. Translating a Global Emission-Reduction Framework for Subnational Climate Action: A Case Study from the State of Georgia
  4. Truthful Mechanisms for Medical Surplus Product Allocation
  5. Carbon Leakage: The Impact of Asymmetric Regulation on Carbon‐Emitting Production
  6. Sustainable Operations Management Through the Perspective of Manufacturing & Service Operations Management
  7. The Role of Inclusive Innovation in Promoting Social Sustainability
  8. Management Science—Special Issue on Business and Climate Change
  9. Design Implications of Extended Producer Responsibility for Durable Products
  10. A Case Discussion on Market‐Based Extended Producer Responsibility: The Minnesota Electronics Recycling Act
  11. Design Incentives Under Collective Extended Producer Responsibility: A Network Perspective
  12. How does providing car sharing affect car manufacturers’ incentive to produce efficient vehicles?
  13. Medical Surplus Recovery Organizations can improve value by adjusting their supply chain model.
  14. Determining optimal allocation of returned consumer electronics to refurbishment and remarketing.
  15. When does Durability Pay Off?
  16. How to Make Collective EPR (Extended Producer Responsibility) Work
  17. The Impact of Budget Constraints on Flexible vs. Dedicated Technology Choice
  18. Category Captainship Practices in the Retail Industry
  19. Introduction to the Special Issue on the Environment
  20. What we can learn from the Extended Producer Responsibility legislation implementation in Washington
  21. How Collection Cost Structure Drives a Manufacturer's Reverse Channel Choice
  22. Relicensing as a Secondary Market Strategy
  23. Remanufacturing and the Component Commonality Decision
  24. Is Leasing Greener Than Selling?
  25. The Value of Collaborative Forecasting in Supply Chains
  26. Closed‐Loop Supply Chain: Interdisciplinary Research
  27. Product Take‐Back and Recovery: Practices
  28. Stochastic Capacity Investment and Flexible vs. Dedicated Technology Choice in Imperfect Capital Markets
  29. Cost Allocation in Manufacturing-Remanufacturing Operations
  30. Category Captainship vs. Retailer Category Management under Limited Retail Shelf Space
  31. The Effect of Competition on Recovery Strategies
  32. The Impact of Outsourced Manufacturing on Timing of Entry in Uncertain Markets
  33. Joint Life-Cycle Dynamics of New and Remanufactured Products
  34. Queuing for Expert Services
  35. Inventory Management with Advance Demand Information and Flexible Delivery
  36. Category Captainship Practices in the Retail Industry
  37. Risk Ownership in Contract Manufacturing
  38. Doing Well By Doing Good: Interface's Vision of Becoming the First Industrial Company in the World to Attain Environmental Sustainability
  39. Market Segmentation and Product Technology Selection for Remanufacturable Products
  40. All-or-Nothing Ordering Under a Capacity Constraint
  41. Managing Product Returns: The Role of Forecasting
  42. Analysis of a Forecasting-Production-Inventory System with Stationary Demand
  43. Inventory Management of Remanufacturable Products
  44. A capacity allocation problem with integer side constraints