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Hannah Stolze, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Marketing

On Faculty since 2015
Memorial Student Center 317

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Dr. Stolze is currently an Associate Professor in the Business and Economics Department at Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL. Her research is focused on sustainable supply chain management. This research therefore includes environmental, social, and economic sustainability that can be achieved through logistics and supply chain management at the firm level and throughout the supply chain. Dr. Stolze's primary research interest is sustainability. Building on the inherent need for collaboration to achieve environmental supply chain management, she has recently begun investigating the impact of social capital and social networks on cross functional and inter-firm integration. Her dissertation is titled, "A Social Network Perspective of Demand and Supply Integration."

University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Ph.D., Business Administration, Emphasis: Logistics and Supply Chain Management and Marketing, 2012

Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO
M.B.A., Marketing & Advertising, 2005

Carthage College, Kenosha, WI
B.A., International Political Economics, Mandarin, and Asian Studies, 2003

  • Marketing
  • Supply Chain Strategies
  • Firm Level Competencies
  • International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management: reviewer

Stolze, H.J., & Mollenkopf, D. A. "Co-Creating Customer Value Through Logistics Services"
Supply Chain Management Educator's Conference, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, Denver, CO, October 2013

Stolze, H.J., & Mollenkopf, D. A. & Flint, D.J., "Cross-functional Integration at the Frontline of the Retail Channel: A Structured Abstract"
Academy of Marketing Science 16th Biennial World Marketing Congress, Melbourne, AU, July 2013

Stolze, H.J., Flint, D.J., & Mollenkopf, D. A., "Environmental Innovation and Co-Creation of Value"
Australia-New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, Christchurch, NZ, July 2012

Stolze, Hannah; Diane Mollenkopf; Stanley Griffis, and Chad Autry, “Development and Validation of a Relational Supply Chain Capital Measurement Scale”
CSCMP Educators Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2011

“A Social Network Perspective of Demand and Supply Integration – An Abstract.
Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference, Boston, MA, 2011

Stolze, Hannah; Diane Mollenkopf; and Dan Flint. “Environmental CSR as a Core Competence of the Firm,"
Proceedings of the AMA Summer Educators Conference, Boston, MA, 2010

Stolze, Hannah; Diane Mollenkopf; and Dan Flint, “Environmental Innovation and Co-creation of Value"
Proceedings of the Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2010

Stolze, Hannah. “Reverse flow to Closed Loop Supply Chain Management: literature review, and directions for future research – An Abstract"
Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, 2010

Mollenkopf, Diane; Wendy Tate; Hannah Stolze; and Monique Ueltschy. "The Interface of Green, Lean, and Global Supply Chain Strategies: An Abstract"
Proceedings of the Midwest Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Miami University, Oxford, OH, 2009

  • Principles of Marketing
  • Marketing and Supply Chain Strategy
  • Business and Economics Internship Coordinator
  • Supply Chain Strategies
    • Environmental sustainability strategies in context of environmental uncertainty
    • Environmentally responsible logistics and social capital
  • Firm Level Competencies
    • Environmental innovation and social capital in logistics supply chain networks
    • Integration of demand and supply information through social networks in the firm

Stolze, H.J., Cronin, J.J., Ladd., R.T. & Mollenkopf, D. Effects of Direct-Store-Deliver Employees' Boundary Spanning Social Networks on In-Store Marketing Execution.

Stolze, H.J., Brusco, M., Smith, J. Intra-firm Embeddedness and Manufacturer-Retail Channel Performance: An Exploratory Social Network Analysis. Under review at the Journal of Operations Management.

Stolze, Hannah; Diane Mollenkopf. “Exploring the 3PL Orchestration of Environmental Services.” Journal of Business Logistics.

Antecedents to Bridging the Cross-Functional Divide: An Individual Network Perspective, The Journal of Business Logistics
Stolze, H.J., Murfield, M., & Esper, T., 2015

Natural Resource Scarcity and the Closed-Loop Supply Chain: A Resources-Advantage View, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics
Bell, J., Mollenkopf, D.A., Stolze, H. J., 2013