Master and PhD Theses

Here is a list of master and Ph.D. theses that have applied BWM:

Aelfers, S. (2017). Analysing sustainable transport packaging solutions for the home delivery of dry groceries: A case study at PostNL. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Papakonstantinou, T. (2017). The Effects of Supply Chain Sustainability Criteria on Selecting the Optimal Package Design. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Nieto, J.P. (2017). The effects of the introduction of the European Digital Single Market of mobile roaming in the Netherlands: the impact over the social values. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Rodríguez A. D. (2017). Explaining technology dominance in the standards battle between battery electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles using Best Worst Method. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Anantapantula, A. (2017). Factors affecting standard dominance in the battle between EDIFACT versus XBRL data exchange standards in India. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Oudshoorn, F.C. (2017). Decision Support Methods within the spatial-infrastructural planning process. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

van Roekel, W.S. (2017). Improving international logistics performance measurement. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

van Straaten, J.C. (2017). A heuristic integrated design and planning framework for capacity expansion problems in transportation systems under uncertainties. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Kothadiya, O.M. (2016). Providing good service quality and customer satisfaction for airline ground services. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Liu, W. (2016). Determining the importance of factors for transport modes in freight transportation. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Wan Ahmad, W.N.K. (2016). Contextual factors of sustainable supply chain management practices in the oil and gas industry, Chapter 4. (Ph.D. thesis, Delft University of  Technology).

van Roode, D.P. (2016). Classifying the contextual dependency of critical quality factors. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Van Wulfften Palthe, L. (2016). Port selection based on attraction and competition: a transport chain approach. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Kizhakenath, A. (2016). Social acceptance of smart meters. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Bezerianos, G. (2016). Market choice opportunities for gas sweetening technologies. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Nispeling, T. (2015). Multi-criteria supplier selection in the edible oil industry. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Groenendijk, L. (2015). Incorporating the traveler’s experience value in assessing the quality of transit nodes: A Rotterdam case study. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Verwijs, E.C.J.E. (2015). A Mixed Method Approach to assess performance of alternatives of ‘inbound to manufacturing transport’ in central procurement at DanTrade. (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Sadaghiani, S. (2014). Evaluation of external forces affecting supply chain sustainability of Oil & Gas Industry by using Best Worst Method (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Wang, J. (2014). Supplier development for different supplier segments (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Bakker, S.W. (2014). Improving the performance of the trolley supply chain with a focus on visibility (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).

Hemmes, A.F. (2014). Air freight transportation configurations: Exploration of optimization possibilities in the freight chain within Europe of KLM Cargo (Master thesis, Delft University of Technology).