Tamaris Pumps

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Tamaris Pumps
  • upper: synthetic material mix of leather and
  • sock: leather
  • outsole: synthetic
  • lining: leather / textile
closure: slip
Im femininen Look wurden diese Tamaris Pumps in bestechender Lacklederoptik gestaltet. Innen besitzen die Schuhe gepolsterte Decksohlen.
material & product details


- verdeckter Stretcheinsatz am Spann

- Verschluss: Schlupf

- Absatzart: Block

- Absatzhöhe: ca. 75 cm



Obermaterial: Leder sonstiges Material (Materialmix aus Synthetik)

Futter: Leder Textil

Decksohle: Leder

Laufsohle: sonstiges Material (Synthetik)

Materialzusammensetzung:

Decksohle: Leder

Futter (Schuh): Leder Textil

Laufsohle: Sonstiges Material

Obermaterial (Schuhe): Sonstiges Material Leder
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Dr.Xiang(Sean)Wan serves as an assistant professor in the Department of Marketing and Logistics, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University. He has held previous faculty appointments at the University of Tennessee and Marquette University.

Dr. Wan holds aPhD inBusinessAdministration with amajor inSupplyChainManagement from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, where he earned Top 15% Teaching Awards in 2009 and 2010 at the Robert H. Smith School of Business as well as the Krowe Award for Teaching Excellence in 2010 and the Allan N. Nash Award for outstanding doctoral student in 2011.

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Nada Sanders, Xiang Wan. Forthcoming. Mitigating Forecast Errors from Product Variety through Information Sharing. .

Xiang Wan, Martin Dresner, Philip Evers. Forthcoming. How Do Delivery Variety Decisions Contribute to Sales?

Yue Maggie Zhou, Xiang Wan. 2017. Product Variety, Sourcing Complexity, and The Bottleneck Of Coordination. Vol. 38(8),1569–1587.

Xiang Wan, Nada Sanders. 2017. The negative impact of product variety: Forecast bias, inventory levels, and the role of vertical integration. Vol.186, 123–131.

Na Xu, Shizhen Bai, Xiang Wan.2017. Adding Pay-on-Delivery to Pay-to-Order: The Value of Two Payment Schemes to Online Sellers. Vol.21(1), 27-37.

Yue Maggie Zhou, Xiang Wan. 2017. Product Variety and Vertical Integration. Vol. 38(5),1134–1150.

Xiang Wan. 2016. Timing of the Effects: A Dynamic Analysis of Pack-Size Variety, Demand, and Cost. Vol.37(3), 271-283.

Xiang Wan, Xiaowen Huang, and Yan Dong. 2016. The Moderating Role of Product Categories in the Relationship between Online Fulfillment, Procurement, and Consumer Repurchase Intention: A Hierarchical Analysis. Vol.52(4), 63-76.

Mark Cotteleer, Xiang Wan. 2016. Does The Starting Point Matter? The Literature-Driven And The Phenomenon-Driven Approaches Of Using Corporate Archival Data in Academic Research. Vol.37(1), 26-33.

Yan Dong, Kefeng Xu, Yi Xu, and Xiang Wan. 2016. Quality Management in Multi-Level Supply Chains with Outsourced Manufacturing. Vol.25(2), 290-305.

Xiang Wan, Martin Dresner. 2015. Closing the Loops: An Empirical Analysis of the DynamicDecisions Affecting Product Variety. Vol.46(6), 1141-1164.

Xiang Wan, Martin Dresner, and Philip Evers. 2014. Assessing the Dimensions of Product Variety onPerformance: The Value of Product Line and Pack Size. Vol.35(3),213-224.

Xiang Wan, Philip Evers, and Martin Dresner. 2012. Too Much of a Good Thing? The Impact ofProduct Variety on Operations and Sales Performance. Vol.30(4), 316-324.

Philip Evers, Xiang Wan. 2012. System Analysis using Simulation. Vol.33(2), 80-89.

Xiang Wan and Philip Evers. 2011. Supply Chains Networks with Multiple Retailers: A Test of EmergingTheory on Inventories, Stockouts, and Bullwhips. Vol.32 (1), 27-39.

Xiang Wan, Li Zou, and Martin Dresner. 2009. Assessing the Price Effects of Airline Alliances onParallel Routes. Vol.45(4), 627-641. (Research award from the Transportation Research Forum (TRF) Foundation)

Xiang Wan, 2004. Comparative Analysis of Supermarkets and Convenience Shops in China. Vol. 2, 57-60. (in Chinese)

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