Matthew Schwieterman

Assistant Professor



Academic Background

  • Assistant Professor—Supply Chain Management 2015-2019 Michigan State University, Eli Broad College of Business
  • Ph.D. Business Administration—Logistics June 2015 The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business MS The Ohio State University January 2013 BS Supply Chain Management and Management & Organizations May 2009 Miami University, Farmer School of Business

Academic & Professional Experience

    Recent Publications

    • Miller, J. W., Bolumole, Y. & Schwieterman, M. A. (2019). Electronic Logging Device Compliance of Small and Medium Size Motor Carriers Prior to the December 18, 2017, Mandate. In Press at Journal of Business Logistics.
    • Muir, W., Miller, J. W., Griffis, S. E., Bolumole, Y., & Schwieterman, M. (2019). “Strategic Purity and Efficiency in the Motor Carrier Industry: A Multi-Year Panel Investigation.” In Press at Journal of Business Logistics.
    • Jones, A., Griffis, S.E., Schwieterman, M.A., and Daugherty, P.J. (2019) “Examining the Impact of Shipping Charge Fairness on Consumer Satisfaction and Behavior.” Transportation Journal 58(2) 101-125.
    • Schwieterman, M. A., Goldsby, T. J., Rungtusanatham, M. J., and Knemeyer, A. M. (2018). “Supply Chain Portfolio Characteristics: Do They Relate to Post-IPO Financial Performance?” Transportation Journal 57(4): 429-463.
    • Schwieterman, M.A, Goldsby, T.J., and Croxton, K.L. (2018). “Customer and Supplier Portfolios: Can Credit Risks be Managed Through the Supply Chain?” Journal of Business Logistics 39(2): 123-137.
    • Miller, J.W., Schwieterman, M.A., and Bolumole, Y. (2018). “Effects of Motor Carriers’ Growth or Contraction on Safety: A Multi-Year Panel Analysis.” Journal of Business Logistics (39(2): 138-156.

    Honors & Awards


    Dr. Matt Schwieterman is an Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management at Miami University. He completed his Ph.D. in Business Administration at Ohio State University. Prior to Joining Miami University, he was an Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management at Michigan State University. His primary research interests include customer and supplier portfolio structure, and firm growth/diversification. He has published in the Journal of Business Logistics, Transportation Journal, as well as a number of other academic journals. Before his academic career, he held various positions with Chep USA in operations management.


    • FALL 2020
    • MGT 302 A TR 8:30AM-9:50AM FSB 0013
    • MGT 302 B TR 10:05AM-11:25AM FSB 0013
    Matthew Schwieterman

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