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Professor Prasanta Kumar Dey

Operations & Information Management Group

Dr Prasanta Dey

Dr. Prasanta Kumar Dey is a professor of Operations Management at Aston Business School. He won Vice Chancellor award for research excellence in 2012. Prior to joining Aston University in 2004, he worked for five years in the University of the West Indies in Barbados as a Director of graduate project management program and 13 years in Indian Oil Corporation Limited, India as a project executive. He specializes in supply chain management and project management. He has published more than hundred research papers in leading international refereed journals. He has accomplished several research projects in supply chain optimisation and project management maturity studies in manufacturing, services and construction globally covering both small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and large sectors. 

His projects have been funded by Ford Foundation, Research Council UK, British Council, West Midlands Manufacturing Advisory Services, EU and ERDF. His industry clients include Jaguar Land Rover, Rolls Royce, JCB, L’Oreal, NHS, Britons Carpet, Cemex, General Dynamics, Unocal, and several organisations in SMEs in the UK and abroad. He has delivered long term executive development programs and facilitated numerous workshops for executives in Barbados Government, the healthcare professionals in Maltese hospital and National Health Services in the UK, the project executives in JCB, Jaguar and Land Rover, Atkins and the Country and HR managers in L’Oreal. 

Dr. Dey has developed several decision support systems that include supplier performance evaluation, supply chain performance measurement, sustainability performance framework, risk management and currently engaged in developing decision support systems for optimizing bioenergy (including waste to energy) supply chain design and operations. His work helped numerous SMEs in the developing countries like India, Bangladesh and Thailand to deal with their sustainability issues and challenge. He helps many city councils in the UK and municipalities in India for developing strategies and policies for solid waste management. He is the editor in chief of International Journal of Energy Sector Management.  

Position: Professor in Operations Management
Phone: +44(0)121 204 4011
Email: p.k.dey@aston.ac.uk
Room: ABS273
CV

Through our research on supply chain performance measurement and management we are advising   organizations in manufacturing industry in Thailand improvement measures for enhancing supply chain performance

http://www1.aston.ac.uk/aston-business-school/news/news-archive/2010/improving-supply-chain-management/  

Through Central Bank of Bangladesh we are suggesting environmental management policies for Bangladeshi organizations to combat threats of climate change  

http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/mobile/westmidlands/news/20863-business-school-to-gauge-corporate-attitudes-to-climate-change-in-bangladesh.html 

http://www1.aston.ac.uk/about/news/releases/bangladesh/ 

We have developed project management maturity analysis model to measure project management maturity of the West Midlands based organizations (Jaguar Land Rover, Service Birmingham, Brintons Carpet, Mtech, Mouchel, GKN) and suggested improvement measures after analyzing their project management maturity. We have advised many companies for implementing best practices. We are currently studying the impact within the organizations after implementing the suggest measures. 

http://www.thetransformationproject.co.uk/mini-exchange-1-2 


Science Bridge Project

Coverage in Times Higher Education

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=26&storycode=416768&c=1


In other news media


http://www.birminghamsciencecity.co.uk/news/aston-university-academics-addressing-rural-povert/ 

http://panchabuta.com/2011/06/23/aston-university-and-iit-delhi-working-on-combined-heat-and-power-plant-chp-in-rural-india-to-address-rural-poverty/

http://www.alphagalileo.org/ViewItem.aspx?ItemId=106466&CultureCode=en

http://www.scimag.com/news-aston-university-academics-addressing-rural-povert-062711.aspx

http://www.recyclingportal.eu/artikel/26843.shtml

http://www.studyin-uk.com/e/unilist/aston/uni-news/

http://www.scientificcomputing.com/news-aston-university-academics-addressing-rural-povert-062711.aspx

http://www.800renewable.com/solar-energy-marketing.cfm?nextid=1333298

http://www.midlandsbusinessnews.co.uk/2011-06/business-blueprint-for-india.aspx

http://www.ecoseed.org/news-briefs/article/42-news-briefs/10249-renewable-energy-news-briefs-june-28-2011-

http://businessbirmingham.com/media-centre/latest-news/academics-addressing-rural-poverty-in-india

http://www.fnbnews.com/article/detnews.asp?articleid=30121&sectionid=1

http://aglasem.com/updates/?p=9389

http://www.jimandaz.com/indian_news/49/iit_delhi_along_with_aston_university_developing_fruit_processing_unit.html

http://www.cospp.com/news/2011/06/1447756576/india-chp-to-be-built-to-meet-fuel-poverty-in-rural-india.html

http://agriexchange.apeda.gov.in/news/news_selected.aspx?newsid=3421 


Brintons Carpet, UK is currently implementing supplier performance evaluation framework. This is the outcome of British Council funded project under PMI2

http://www1.aston.ac.uk/about/news/releases/2010/december/carpet-manufacturer-partners-with-abs


Energy harvesting project in India 

http://epaper.bhaskar.com/ropar-bhaskar/294/03072013/cph/1/ 

http://epaper.dailypostindia.com/epapermain.aspx

http://beta.ajitjalandhar.com/edition/20130703/17.cms

http://www.epaper-hub.com/india/epaper/nawan-zamana.aspx#.UdOy2WTYLXc.email

http://epaper.indianexpress.com/131585/Chandigarh/03-July-2013#page/1/2

http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-07-03/chandigarh/40350953_1_iit-ropar-stubble-diesel-engine 

http://www.elp.com/news/2013/07/03/renewable-energy-technology-developed-by-uk-university-iit-ropar-launched.html

http://www.biochar-international.org/node/4244

http://www.bioenergy-news.com/index.php?/Industry-News?item_id=6500 

http://www.energynext.in/new-biomass-tech-to-reduce-open-field-burning-in-india/ 

http://www.mixcloud.com/rkmathur/sanskriti-programme-on-eu-institutions-from-brussels-and-elsewhere/ 

http://www.power-technology.com/features/feature-energy-harvest-crop-waste-indian-village-life/ 

http://www.renewableenergyfocus.com/blog/2013/8/9/guest-blog-my-2nd-biomass-breakfast-aston-university-seeks-to-transform-life-in-rural-india/968.aspx 

Media coverage of British Council funded project on climate change issues and environmental performance of the UK and Indian SMEs

http://www1.aston.ac.uk/business/links-to-business/aston-university-helps-businesses-become-more-economically-friendly/


  • PhD Jadavpur University, India
  • Master's in Industrial Engineering and Management,Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand.
  • Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering , Jadavpur University, India.
  • Total quality management  
  • Project management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • BN2284 (UG) Total Quality Management
  • BN3372 (UG) Supply Chain Management
  • BNM223 (PG)  Managing Projects
  • Research with: Indian oil Corporation Limited, India; Government of Barbados; Unocal, Thailand, CEMAX, UK.

  • Managing operational and project risk in oil and gas industry,

  • Project management, Service operations management, supply chain management, total quality management and six-sigma, environmental management, applications of multi-criteria decision making in industry.

Completed funded projects (since 2008):

1.Supply chain performance management – British council funded project under PMI2 Connect in collaboration with the University of Thai Chamber of Commerce, Thailand,  £40,000, completed in February 2011. [Principal investigator]

2.Project management process development for a UK-based construction company in small and medium size enterprise sector – Funded by Advantage West Midlands funded project under INDEX, £3,000, completed in March 2010 (ESRC funded). [Principal investigator]

3.Trend in operations management of the UK organizations – ESRC funded, £20,000, completed in July 2010 [Co-investigator]

4.Corporate climate change reporting and the media in BRICS – Aston University’s sustainability fund, £15,000 completed in 2010 [Co-investigator]

5.Enhancing project Management practices of the West Midland companies – ESRC funded under business engagement opportunities, £100,000, completed in 2009 [Co-investigator]

6.Quality management system improvement in a UK-based multinational carpet manufacturing company – West Midland Manufacturing Advisory Services and Brintons Carpets joint funded,  £20,000, completed in 2008 [Principal investigator]

7.INTERGROUP COLLABORATION FOR THE STUDY OF THE INTEGRATION OF SUPPLY CHAIN, Fellowship for Dr. Carmen Medina, University of Seville, Spain, Funding body: Ministry of Education (Spain). National Program of Mobility of Human Resources for Research in 2010, in the framework of the National Plan of Scientific Research, Development and Technological Innovation 2008-2011, Duration of funding:  5 months (from 1/05/2011 to 30/09/2011, (£50,000). [Principal investigator from Aston Business School]

8.Climate change issues and corporate social responsibility – British Council funded project under INSPIRE in collaboration with the Dhaka University, Bangladesh, £45,000, completed in April 2012. [Co-investigator]

9.Developing a framework for sustainable bioenergy systems

BioSS – ESRC funded under CASE studentship  for Express Energy, £75,000, completed in December 2012 [Principal investigator]

10.Decision Support for Lifecycle Planning and Risk Management of Small-Scale Biomass Combined Heat and Power (bCHP) Projects in the UK- ESRC funded under CASE studentship for Enco Energy, £75,000, completed in December 2012. [Principal investigator]

11.SmartAgriFood: Smart Food and Agribusiness: Future Internet for Safe and Healthy Food from Farm to Fork (http://www.smartagrifood.eu). April 2011 - March 2013. Funded by FP7 FI-ICT-2011-1.8 Role: CI for Aston University. Total budget e7.5M, budget for Aston: e217,000 [co-investigator]

12.Business models and commercial scale implementation of bioenergy plant in Northern India, in collaboration with School of Engineering and Applied Science and Indian Institute of Technology, Roper, Funding: Oglesby Trust  £150,000 [Principal investigator Business School] completed  in September, 2013 

13.Municipal Solid Waste to Energy: Decision Support System, visiting scholar scheme of British Academy, received £6000 to invite Professor Sadhan Ghosh of Jadavpur University for 2 weeks to visit Aston University [Co-Investigator] completed in 2013

14.Awarded funding under visiting scholar funding from UKIERI for Dr. Velu Lakshmana, National Institute of Technology, Trichi, £3,000 [Principal investigator] completed in 2013

15.Supply chain optimization for a manufacturing organization (Kimal Plc.) in the UK, Manufacturing Advisory funded and Kimal Plc funded, £3,000 [Principal investigator], completed in 2013.


Current funded research projects:

1.Bio-energy: Technology and business solution to the UK and India – Research Council, UK and Department of Science and Technology, India funded project under Science Bridge in collaboration with School of Engineering and Applied Science and Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, India, £3,000,000, likely to completed in December 2014, Business school portion £200,000 [Principal investigator for Business School] 

2.Delivering local bioenergy to North West Europe – in collaboration with European Bioenergy Research Institute, Birmingham City University, and a few European Universities and organizations Under INTERREG (EU funded program); worth £7,000,000; £250,000 (Business school’s portion) [Principal investigator], to be completed in 2015.

3.Climate change issues and environmental performance of Indian small and medium sized enterprises, in collaboration with Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India, Under Innovation partnership, UKIERI, British Council, £40,000 [Principal investigator], to be completed in September 2014

4.Municipal Solid waste to energy: Decision Support System for supply chain design, in collaboration with Jadavpur University, National Institute of Technology, Trichi, India, UKIERI, British Council, Under thematic partnership £60,000 [Principal investigator] 

5.Business process improvement of a UK-based SME, £50,000, Under Knowledge Enterprise and Exchange Network, to be completed in June 2015 [Co-investigator]

6.Centre for Supply Chain Innovation in Transport Engineering, The total Project-funding, including contributions by Derby City Council, ERDF, private sector match and university contributions is £13,256,169, of which the costs of the business-services offering is £703,405; project duration: 13 December 2013 – 30 June 3015 [Co-investigator]

7.Energy Harvest: Commercial level implementation of agri-waste to energy in rural India, Michael Oglesby funded, £250,000; [Co-investigator]

8.FISpace: Future Internet Business Collaboration Networks in Agri-Food, Transport and Logistics (http://www.fispace.eu). April 2013 - March 2015. Funded by FP7- 2012-ICT-FI. Role: CI for Aston University. Total Budget e20M, budget for Aston: e252000

9.Waste management for West Midlands for Birmingham City Council, in collaboration with EBRI, £100,000 (approx.), [Principal investigator] 


Research proposal under review in 2014:

1.Title: Generating Energy from Organic Municipal and Agricultural Wastes (GEOMAW), in collaboration with Kingston University, London; Fund requested: £96,320; funding body: EPSRC, (Co-investigator)

2.Title: Global Bioenergy, Biofuels and Biorefining Network:GB3-Net; in collaboration with European Bioenergy Research Institute, University of Oklahoma, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; British Council funded project under Global Innovation Initiative, £149,800 (Co-investigator) 

3.Intelligent control agents for multi-function bio-based local energy systems, TSB project, moved to 2nd stage (PI)

4.Title: Biofuels and Biorefinery from Agriculture and Food Waste: Sustainable Supply Chain design, implementation and operation for India and the EU, 'EU-India Research and Innovation Partnership', Euro 305,000, in collaboration with two Indian Universities and 3 EU universities (France, Germany and Greece) (PI)


Completed

Supply chain and logistics management of Thai manufacturing industry - Asawin Pasutham (funded by University of Thai Chamber of Commerce), Fulltime, Completed in 2011

Business excellence in the manufacturing organizations in Kuwait – Reem Al-Shamari (self-funded) – part time, Completed in 2012

Decision support systems for managing bio-energy supply chain - Daniel Wright (funded by ESRC under CASE studentship), Full time, completed in December 2012

Resource optimization for bio-energy - James Scott (funded by ESRC under CASE studentship), Full time, completed in December 2012

Renewable energy solution to India, Jonathan Nixon, Full time (funded by RCUK), completed in September 2012, Jointly supervised in collaboration with School of Engineering and Applied Science 

Development and implementation of a risk-based strategic sourcing framework within the construction and manufacturing industries, Martin Kotula, Part time, completed in 2012

Managing risk in disintegrated bio-energy supply chain - Vimal Eswarlal (funded by Research Council, UK), Full time, Completed in December 2013

 

Currently Pursuing

A study of supply chain integration in the bio-energy industry - Christine Lloyds (part funded by Birmingham City University), Part time, Likely completion 2014

Supply chain integration in Maltese manufacturing industry - Ronald Cuschieri (funded by University of Malta), Part time, likely to be completed in 2014

Green Supply chain management practices in developing countries – Ismat Rahman (Government of Bangladesh scholarship), Full time, Likely to be completed 2015

Managing multiple organizational enterprises using third generation enterprise resource planning, Yi Wan (self funded), Full time, likely to be completed in 2014

Better Queue Management using DEA: An Application in a Large Public Hospital of a Developing Country, full time, Komal Aqeel Safdar, Likely to be completed in 2015

Risk Management in Pharmaceutical Management, Part time, Anthony Sinclair, Jointly with Life and Health Science

 

Doctoral student supervision (External)

Technology scanning in Indian hi-tech SMEs – Dilip Pednekar (external student of University of South Australia), Awarded in March 2012

For a full list of publications click here. 

Publications in refereed international journals  


1994 – 1999 


 

1.Dey, P K, Mario T Tabucanon, Stephen O Ogunlana, (1994), Planning for Project Control through Risk Analysis:  A case of Petroleum Pipeline Laying, International Journal of Project Management.  Vol. 12 (1) (1994). 23-33. [2*]  


2.Dey, P K, Mario T Tabucanon, Stephen O Ogunlana, and C Chareonngam, (1996),  Planning Strategy and Risk Management for High Risk Projects, Thailand Engineering Journal, Vol. 48. No. 10. 58-66. 


3.Dey, P K, Mario T Tabucanon, Stephen O Ogunlana, (1996), Petroleum Pipeline Construction Planning: A Conceptual Framework”, International Journal of Project Management.  Vol. 14 (4). 231-240. [2*] 


4.Dey, P K, Mario T Tabucanon, Stephen O Ogunlana, (1996), Hierarchical Approach to Project Planning, Applied Math. Modelling, Vol.20, September. 683-698. [Impact Factor 1.706] 


5.Dey, P K, Mario T Tabucanon, Stephen O Ogunlana, and S S Gupta, (1998), Risk Based Maintenance Model for Cost Effective Maintenance Policy - Cost Engineering Journal, American Associate of Cost Engineering International (AACEI), Vol. 40/No. 4, April, 24-31. 


6.Dey, P K, Mario T Tabucanon, Stephen O Ogunlana, S S Gupta, (1999), Decision Support System for Pipeline Route Selection, Cost Engineering Journal, American Associate of Cost Engineering International (AACEI), Vol. 41. No. 10. October 1999. 29-35


7.Dey, P K, (1999), Process Reengineering for Effective Implementation of Projects, International Journal of Project Management, Vol. 17 (3), 1999. 147-159, 2000


8.Dey, P K, and S S Gupta, (2000), Decision support system yields better pipeline route”, Oil and Gas Journal, Vol. 98.22. 29th May, 68-73. 


9.Dey, P K, and S S Gupta, (2000), Analytic Hierarchy Process boosts risk analysis objectivity, Pipeline and gas industry journal, Gulf Publishing, Vol. 83 No. 9. September, 69-72.


10.Dey P K, (2000), Managing Projects in Fast Track: A Case of Public Sector Organisation in India, International Journal of Public Sector Management, Vol.13. No.7, 588-609. [3*] 2001


11.Dey, P K and Stephen O. Ogunalana, (2001), Project time risk analysis through simulation”, Cost Engineering journal, American Associate of Cost Engineering International (AACEI), Vol. 34. No. 7, 24 – 32. 


12.Dey, P K, (2001), Project management system for a concurrent engineering framework”, Hydrocarbon Processing, Gulf Publishing, Vol. 80, No. 4, 71 – 79. 


13.Dey, P K, and S S Gupta, (2001), Risk-based model aids selection of pipeline inspection, maintenance strategies”, Oil and Gas Journal, Volume 99.28, 39 – 67. 


14.Dey, P K and S S Gupta, (2001), Feasibility Analysis of Cross-country Pipeline Projects: A Quantitative Approach”, Project Management Journal, Vol. 32, No. 4, 50 – 58. [2*] 


15.Dey, P K, (2001), A risk-based model for cost effective inspection and maintenance”, Journal of quality in maintenance engineering, Vol. 7, No. 1, 25-43. 


16.Dey, P K, (2001), Integrated approach to Project Feasibility Analysis, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, Vol. 19, No. 3, 235 – 245. 


17.Dey, P K, Mario T Tabucanon, Stephen O Ogunlana, and S S Gupta, (2001), Multiple Attribute Decision Making approach to Petroleum Pipeline Route Selection”, International Journal of Service Technology and Management, Vol. 2, Nos. 3 / 4, 347 – 362. [2*] 


18.Dey, P K, (2001), Reengineering Materials Management: A Case study on Indian Refinery, Business Process Management Journal, Vol. 7 no. 5, 394 – 408. [2*] 


19.Dey, P K, (2001), Decision Support System for Project Risk Management: A case study”, Management Decision, Vol. 39 No. 8. 634 - 649. [Impact factor 0.622] 2002


20.Dey, P K, (2002), Project Risk Management: A Combined Analytic Hierarchy Process and Decision Tree Analysis Approach”, Cost Engineering Journal, American Associate of Cost Engineering International (AACEI), Vol. 44 no. 3, 13 – 26. 


21.Dey, P K, (2002), Quantitative risk management aids refinery construction”, Hydrocarbon Processing, Vol. No. 3. March 2002. 85 – 95. 


22.Dey, P K, (2002), Integrated approach to materials management: a case study”, Hydrocarbon Processing, Gulf publishing, USA, November.   


23.Dey, P K, (2002), Benchmarking project management practices of Caribbean organizations using analytic hierarchy process, Benchmarking International Journal, Volume 9 Number 4 2002. 326 – 356. [1*] 


24.Dey, P K, (2002). An integrated assessment model for cross-country pipelines”, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Vol. 22, issue 6. [Impact factor 1.851]


25.Dey, P K and S O Ogunlana, (2002), Risk based decision support system for effective implementation of projects”, International journal of risk assessment and management, Vol. 3, Nos. 2/3/4, 2002. 189 - 204. 


26.Dey, P K, S O Ogunlana and N Takehiko, (2002), Risk management in build-operate-transfer projects”, International journal of risk assessment and management, Vol. 3, Nos. 2/3/4, 269 – 291. 


27.Husbands, C and Dey, P K, (2002), Social Impact Assessment of a sewerage project in Barbados, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, Vol. 20. No.2. 215 – 223. 2003


28.Dey, P K, (2003), Analytic Hierarchy Process Analyses Risk of Operating Cross-country Petroleum Pipelines in India”, Natural Hazard Review, American Society of Civil Engineering, Vol. 4 issue 4, 213 – 221. 


29.Bhattacharya, S C and P K Dey, (2003), Selection of Power Market Structure using Analytic Hierarchy Process”, International Journal of Global Energy Issue, Vol. 20 . no. 1. 36 – 57. 2004


30.Charoenngam C, S O Ogunlana, K Ning-Fu and P K Dey, (2004). Reengineering construction communication in distance management framework, Business Process Management Journal, vol. 10 No. 6. 645 – 672. [2*]  


31.Dey, P K, S Hariharan, and S O Ogunalana, (2004), Information system planning in drug service: a case study, International journal of service technology management, Vol. 5 No. 2, 2004. 181 – 205. [2*]


32.Dey, P K, and S O Ogunlana, (2004), Selection and application of risk management tools and techniques for Build-operate-transfer Projects, Industrial Management and Data Systems, Vol. 104 No. 4, 334 – 346. [1*] 


33.Dey P K, (2004), Decision Support System for Inspection and maintenance: A case of oil pipelines”, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. 51, NO. 1, 47 – 56. [3*] 


34.Dey P K, S Hariharan, A Y Kumar and H S L Moseley, (2004), Performance measurement of intensive care services in hospital: the case of Barbados, International Journal of Service Technology Management, Vol. 5, No. 5/6/, 579 – 595. [2*]


35.Dey P K, (2004), Analytic hierarchy process helps evaluate projects in Indian oil pipeline industry, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, Vol. 24 No. 6, 588 – 604. [3*] 


36.Harharan S, P K Dey, H S L Moseley, A Y Kumar, and J Gora, (2004), A new tool for measurement of process-based performance of multispecialty tertiary care hospitals, International journal of health care quality assurance, Vol. 17 No. 6, 302 – 312. 


37.Dey P K, S O Ogunlana, and S Naksuksakul, (2004), Risk-based maintenance model for offshore oil and gas pipelines: a case study, Journal of quality in maintenance engineering, Vol. 10 No. 3, 169 – 183. 
2005


38.Ramcharan E, and P K Dey, (2005), Environmental factors play a major role in site selection for limestone quarry expansion project of cement plant, Impact assessment and project appraisal, Vol. 23(2), 147 – 154.     


39.Hariharan S, Dey, P K, A Y Kumar, and H S L Moseley, (2005), Analytic hierarchy process as a tool for the performance measurement on intensive care services in hospital” Journal of critical care medicine,  Vol. 20 (2), 117 – 124. [Impact Factor 2.498] 


40.Dey P K, (2005), Social impact assessment: A case study on sewerage project in Barbados, International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development, Vol. 4 (4), 464 – 477. [2*] 


41.Dey P K and S K Mukherjee, (2005), Project risk management in analytic framework, International journal of Industrial Engineering: Theories, Applications and Practices, 2005, Vol. 12 (4). [1*]  2006


42.Prasanta Kumar Dey, Seetharaman Hariharan, Naomi Brookes, (2006) "Managing healthcare quality using logical framework analysis", Managing Service Quality, Vol. 16 Iss: 2, pp.203 – 222 [1*] 


43.Hariharan S, D Chen and P K Dey, (2006), Innovation management using logical framework in hospital-based health care units, International journal of innovation and learning, Vol. 3 (3), 299 – 314. [1*] 


44.Dey P K, (2006), Reengineering Helps Improve Materials Procurement in Indian Oil Refinery, International Journal of Innovation and Learning, Vol. 3, No. 5, 537 – 557. [1*]


45.Dey P K, (2006), Innovation in project management practices: a case of Indian organization in petroleum industry, International Journal of Innovation and Learning, Vol. 3, No. 6, 618 – 634. [1*]


46.Dey P K, Gupta S S, Ho W, (2006), Technology management in oil pipelines industry, International Journal of Service Technology Management, Vol. 7 (2), 185 – 200. [2*]


47.Dey P K, (2006), Integrated approach to project selection using multiple attribute decision-making technique” International Journal of Production Economics, Vol. 103, 90 – 103. [3*] 


48.Dey, P K, S Hariharan and B Clegg, (2006), Measuring the Operational Performance of Intensive Care Units using the Analytical Hierarchy Process Approach, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, Vol. 26 No. 8, 849 – 865. [3*] 


49.Ho, W., Ji, P. and Dey, P. K. (2006), A multi-depot traveling salesman problem and its iterative and integrated approaches”. International Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 1 (4), 382 – 395. 


50.Ho, W., Dey, P. K. and Higson, H. E. (2006), Multiple criteria decision making techniques in higher education. International Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 20, No. 5, 319 – 337. [1*] 2007


51.Dey, P K, S Hariharan and W Ho, (2007). Managing healthcare technology in quality management framework, International Journal of technology management, Vol. 40 No. 1/2/3, 45 - 68. [2*]


52.Dey P K and Hariharan S, (2007), Integrated approach to healthcare quality management: A case study”, The TQM Magazine, 2007, Vol. 18 No. 6, 583 – 605. [2*] 


53.Bhattacharya, S C and Dey P K, (2007), Managing risk in a large rural electrification program in India  Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 25 (1), 2-14 


54.Dey, P K, Kinch, J and Ogunlana, S O, (2007), Managing risk in software development projects, Industrial Management and Data System 107 (2), 284-303. [1*] 


55.Dey, P K, Hariharan, S and Chen, D, (2007), Managing healthcare quality in project management framework, International Journal of Service Operations Management 3 pp 261-278. 


56.Ho, W, Higson, H E & Dey, P K (2007), An integrated multiple criteria decision making approach for resource allocation in higher education  International Journal of Innovation and Learning 4 (5) pp 471-486. [1*]


57.Thuyet, N V, Ogunlana, S O, Dey, P K (2007), Risk management in oil and gas construction projects in Vietnam  International Journal of Energy Sector Management 1 (2) pp 175-194. [1*] 2008


58.Mukherjee, N. and Dey P K, (2008), Decision support system for Spare Parts Warehousing, Cost Engineering journal, 50 (5), 24 – 34.  


59.Dey, P K and Hariharan, S (2008), Managing healthcare quality using combined SWOT and the analytic process  International Journal of Healthcare Technology Management, 9 (4), pp 392-409   


60.Dey, P K & Hariharan, S, Despic, O (2008), Managing healthcare performance in analytic framework,  Benchmarking: an international journal, 15 (4), pp 444-468 [1*]  


61.Dey, P K & Ramcharan, E. (2008),  Analytic hierarchy process helps select site for limestone quarry expansion in Barbados,  Journal of Environmental Management, 88 (4), pp1384-1395 [3*]  


62.Dey, P K & Kinch, J. (2008), Managing risk in information technology projects International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 9 (3), pp 311-329  


63.Ho, W,  Jing, P &  Dey, P K. (2008), Optimization of PCB component placements for the collecxt-and-place machines, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 37 (7-8), pp 828-836 [2*] 2009


64.Dey, P. K. Charoenngam, C. Ogunlana, S. O. and  Kajornkiat, D. (2009), Multi-party risk management helps manage cement plant construction in Thailand, International journal of service technology management, Vol. 11 (4), 411 – 435. [2*]   


65.Dey, P. K., Hariharan, S. and Ho, W (2009), Innovation in healthcare services: a customer-focused approach, International Journal of Innovation and Learning, Vol. 6 (4), 387 - 405 [1*]


66.Dey, P. K., Ho, W., Albores, P. and Bennett, D. J. (2009), Editorial: Technology and business integration, Technology analysis & strategic Management, Vol. 21 (5), 583 – 586. [2*] 


67.Ho W, Higson HE, Dey PK, Xu X, Bahsoon R (2009) Measuring performance of virtual learning environment system, Quality Assurance in Education, Vol. 17(1), pp. 6–29. [2*] 2010


68.Dey, P. K., Clegg, B. T. and Bennett, D. J.  (2010), Managing Enterprise Resource Planning Projects, Business process management journal, 16 (2), 282 – 296. [2*] 


69.Hariharan, S. and Dey, P. K. (2010), A comprehensive approach to quality management of intensive care services, International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, Vol.  23 (3), 287 – 300. [2*] 


70.Ho W, Xu X, Dey PK (2010) Multi-criteria decision making approaches for supplier evaluation and selection: a literature review. European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 202(1), pp. 16–24. [3*] 


71.Dey, P. K, (2010), Project risk management using the analytic hierarchy process and risk map, Applied soft computing, Vol. 10, 990 – 1000. [Impact factor 2.140]    


72.Beldi, A., Cheffi, W., and Dey, P.K. (2010), Managing customer relationship management projects: the case of a large French telecommunication company, International journal of project management, 28 (4), 339 – 351. [2*] 


73.Nixon, J, Dey, P. K, and Davies, P. (2010), Which is the best solar thermal collection technology for electricity generation in north-west India? Evaluation of options using the Analytical Hierarchy Process, Energy, 35, 5230 – 40 [3*] 2011


74.Ho, W., Dey, P., and Lockstrom, M. (2011), Strategic Sourcing: A combined QFD and AHP approach in manufacturing, Supply chain management: International Journal, Vol.16. No 6. 446 – 461 [3*] 


75.Eswarlal, V., Dey, P K, and Shankar, R. (2011), Bio-energy project planning using Interpretive Structural Modelling Approach, Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, Vol. 70, 713 – 20. [Impact factor 0.505] 


76.Emrouznejad, A. and Dey, P K., (2011). Guest Editor of special issue of JOMS in “Performance Measurement in the Health sector; Uses of Frontier Efficiency Methodologies and Multi-Criteria Decision Making”. Journal of Medical Systems, 35 (5), [2*]
2012


77.Scott, J., Ho, W., and Dey, P. K. (2012), A review of multi-criteria decision-making methods for bioenergy systems, Energy, 42 (1), 146 – 156. [3*] 


78.Nixon, J, Dey, P. K, and Davies, P., (2012) The techno-economic feasibility of hybrid solar-biomass power plants in India, Energy, 46 (1), 541–554 [3*]


79.Dey, P. K. (2012), Project risk management using multiple criteria decision-making technique and decision tree analysis: a case study of Indian oil refinery, Production planning and control, 23 (12), 903 – 921. [3*] 2013


80.Dey, P. K., Clegg, B. T. and Cheffi, W (2013), Risk management in enterprise resource planning implementation: a new risk assessment framework, Production planning and control, 24 (1), 1 – 14. [3*]


81.Dey, P K, Cheffi, W. and Nunes, B. (2013), Green Supply chain performance measurement framework using multiple criteria decision-making approach, Production planning and control, 24 (8 – 9), 702 – 720. [3*]


82.Luque, R., Medina, C., and Dey, P. K. (2013), Supply chain integration constructs and framework: A state of art literature review, Production planning and control journal, 24 (8 – 9), 769 – 784. [3*]


83.Dey, P K and Cheffi, W. (2013), Managing supply chain integration: contemporary approaches and scope for further research, Production planning and control, Guest editorial, 24 (8 – 9), 653 – 657. [3*]


84.J.D. Nixon, P.K. Dey and P.A. Davies (2013), Design of a novel solar thermal collector using a multi-criteria decision-making methodology. Journal of cleaner production, 59, 150 – 159. [impact factor 3.398]


85.J.D. Nixon, P.K. Dey, Ghosh, S K and P.A. Davies (2013), Evaluation of options for energy recovery from municipal solid waste in India using the analytical network process. Energy, 59, 215 – 223. [3*]


86.J.D. Nixon, P.K. Dey, P.A. Davies and S.K. Ghosh, (2013), A comparative assessment of waste incinerators in the UK. Waste Management. 33 (11), 2234 – 2244. [Impact factor 2.485]   


87.Scott, J., Ho, W., and Dey, P. K. (2013), Strategic sourcing in the UK bioenergy industry, International journal of production economics, 146 (2), 478 – 490. [3*]


88.Wright, D., Dey, P. K., and Brammer, J., (2013), A Fuzzy Levelised Energy Cost Method for Renewable Energy Technology Assessment, Energy Policy, 62, 315 – 323. [2*]


89.Nixon, J. Dey, P. K, Davies, P. (2013) "An interdisciplinary approach to designing and evaluating a hybrid solar-biomass power plant", International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 7 (3), pp.321 – 337 [1*]


90.Vasudevan, P., Sen, P.K., Singh, S. N., Singh, P., Davies, P., Dey, P.K., Berry, R. (2013) "Trigeneration using biomass energy for sustainable development", International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 7 (3), 309 – 320. [1*]


91.Clegg, B T., MacBryde, and Dey, P K., (2013), Trends in modern operations management, Guest editorial, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 33 (11/12), 1405 – 1407. [3*] 2014


92.Dev, N. K., Shankar, R., Dey, P K., (2014) "Reconfiguration of supply chain network: An ISM based roadmap to performance", Benchmarking: An International Journal, Vol. 21 Issue: 3 [1*]


93.Devender, C., Shankar, R., Dey, P K., Chaudhary, H.,and Takhur, L., (2014), Benefits of retailer-supplier partnership initiatives under time-varying demand: A comparative analytical study, International Journal of Production Research, Vol. 52 (14), 4267 – 4278. [3*]


94.Brooks, N., Clark, R., Dey, P K., and Butler, M, (2014), The Use of Maturity Models in Improving Project Management Performance: An Empirical Investigation, International Journal of Managing Projects in Business, Vol. 7 Issue: 2, pp.231 – 246. 


95.Nixon, J D., Dey, P K., Davies, P A., Sagi, S., and Berry, R., (2014) Supply chain optimisation of pyrolysis plant deployment using goal programming, Energy, Vol. 68 (15), 262 – 271. [3*] 


96.Eswarlal, V., Dey. P K., and Vasudevon, P., Role of Community Acceptance in Sustainable Bioenergy Projects in India, Energy Policy, Available on line from 2nd June, [2*]


97.Wright, D., Dey, P. K., and Brammer, J.,  (2014) A barrier and techno-economic analysis of small-scale bCHP (biomass combined heat and power) schemes in the UK, Energy, Vol. 71, July, 332 – 345. [3*] 


98.Bhattacharya, A., Mohapatra, P., Kumar, V., Dey, P.K., Brady, M. and Tiwari, M.K., (2014) “Green supply chain performance measurement using fuzzy ANP-based balanced scorecard: a collaborative decision-making approach”. Production Planning & Control Manuscript, Vol. 25 Issue 8, 698 – 714. [3*] 


99.Lloyds, C. and Dey, P. K., Integration in the UK bioenergy industry: results from a pilot study, Journal of cleaner production, Available online from June 6th [impact factor 3.398]


100.Dey, P K, Bhattacharya, A., and Ho, W., Strategic supplier evaluation using combined QFD and the AHP approach: A case study, International Journal of Production Economics, Accepted for publication [3*]101.



Under review

 


102.Despic, O and Dey P K, Flexible multiplicative analytic hierarchy model, European journal of operations research, Under editorial review [3*]  


103.


104.Kotula, M, Ho, W., and Dey, P K., Strategic sourcing: New definition, latest developments, and future directions, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics, under review [2*]


105.Nixon, J D., Dey, P K., and Ghosh, S K., Environmental performance and corporate social responsibility: a comparison of SMEs in the UK and India, Journal of Cleaner Production, under review, [Impact factor 3.398]


106.Dey, P K., Buttigieg, S. Improving Quality of Care in Accident and Emergency Unit using Combined Quality Function Deployment and the Logical Framework Approach: A case of Maltese Hospital, International Journal of healthcare quality assurance, under review, 


107.Dev, N. K., Shankar, R., Dey, P K., Holonic Supply Chain: A study from Family-Based Manufacturing Perspective, Computers & Industrial Engineering, under review [2*]


108.Dey, P K., and Cheffi, W., Green supply chain performance management: a balanced score card approach, Journal of Manufacturing Technology, [2*]


109.Scott, J, Ho, W., and Dey, P K., A framework for multi-criteria supplier selection under uncertainty: An application for bioenergy sourcing, International Journal of Production Economic, [3*] 


110.Dey, P K, Ghosh S K, Nixon, J D, and Ghosal G. 2014, Sustainability Practices and Performance of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in India and the UK, Journal of Cleaner Production, [impact factor 3.398]

 


Special Issue Editor of two journals

  1. International Journal of Operations and Production Management (4*), Trend in modern operations management 2012 with Ben Clegg and Jill MacBryde. 

  2. Production Planning and Control (3*), Supply chain integration, 2012 with Walid Cheffi.

Other Academic Achievements

Employable Graduates; Exploitable Research