Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

  • Ho, C. Y., McCarthy, P., Yi, Y., Ye, X., Bankruptcy in the Pulp and Paper Industry: Market’s Reaction & Prediction, Empirical Economics, forthcoming.
  • McCarthy, P., Urmanbetova, A. (2011), Production and Cost in the U.S. Paper and Paperboard Industry, Applied Economics, 43:2283-2293.
  • McCarthy, P. Lei, L. (2010), Regional Demands for Pulp and Paper Products, Journal of Forest Economics, 16:127-144.
  • Ghosal, V., Nair-Reichert, U. (2009), Investments in Modernization, Innovation and Gains in Productivity: Evidence from Firms in the Global Paper Industry, Research Policy, 39(3): 536-547.
  • Li, H., Luo, J. (2008), Industry Consolidation and Price in the U.S. Linerboard Industry U.S. Linerboard Industry, Journal of Forest Economics, 14(2):93-115.
  • Peter, G., White, D., De la Torre, R., Singh, R., Newman, D. (2007), Valuing Wood and Fiber Quality Traits for Pulp and Paper Production: The Role of Biotechnology in Reducing Costs, International Journal of Biotechnology, 9(5): 415-35.
  • Courchene, C., Peter, G., Litvay, J. (2006), Cellulose Microfibril Angle as a Determinant of Paper Strength and Hygroexpansivity in Pinus taeda L., Wood and Fiber Science, 38(1):112-120.
  • Li, H., Luo, J., McCarthy, P. (2006), Economic Transition and Demand Pattern: Evidence from China's Paper and Paperboard Industry, China Economic Review, 17:321-36.
  • Santoso, T., Ahmed, S., Goetschalckx, M., Shapiro, A. (2005), A stochastic programming approach for supply chain network design under uncertainty, European Journal of Operational Research, 167:96–115.
  • White, D., Peter, G., Evans, M. (2005), Will Increasing the Recycle Content in Papers Affect Printing Operations and Print Quality?, GTAF World Technology Forecast, 17:80-84.
  • White, D., Peter, G., Evans, M. (2004), A Cross-Industry Systems Assessment of Future Printing and Papermaking Industry Trends, GTAF World Technology Forecast, 16: 67-69.
  • Peter, G., Singh, R., Fernandez, J. (2003), Trends in Forest Genetics: Improved Paper Properties to Benefit the Graphics Arts Industry, GTAF World Technology Forecast, 15:69-70.

Academic Conference Proceedings

  • Chambost, V., McNutt, J., Stuart, P. (2008), Guided Tour: Implementing Forest Biorefinery at An Existing Pulp and Paper Mill., Pulp and Paper Canada, 2008 TAPPI Portland, Oregon Conference Proceedings.
  • Meyers, J., Nanko, H. (2004), Effects of Fines on the Fiber Length and Coarseness Values Measured by the Fiber Quality Analyzer, 2005 TAPPI Conference Proceedings.
  • Peter, G., Fernandez, J., White, D., Courchene, C., Baum, G. (2004), Impact of Forest Biotechnology on the Economics of Corrugated Box Production, 2004 TAPPI Fall Technical Conference.
  • Peter, G., White, D., Sicarelli, De la Torre, N. R., Newman, D. (2004), Commercialization of Forest Biotechnology Targets for Enhanced Global Competitiveness of the US Pulp and Paper Industry, 2004 TAPPI Paper Summit Spring Technical and International Environmental Conference.
  • Reap, J., Bras, B., Realff, M., Carmichael, C. (2004), Using Ecosystem Landscape Models to Investigate Industrial Environmental Impacts, Proceedings 2004 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers in Engineering Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, September 28-October 2, 2004.
  • McDonough, T., A New Model for Understanding Issues Critical to the Future of the Paper Industry, 57th Appita Annual Conference and Exhibition, Melbourne, Australia 5-7 May 2003 Proceedings.
  • Goetschalckx, M., Nair-Reichert, U., Ahmed, S., Santoso, T. (2002), A review of the state-of-the-art and future research directions for the strategic design of global supply chains, Proceedings of the 2002 Material Handling Research Colloquium, Portland, Maine, June 1-5, 2002.
  • Peter, G. (2002), Sustainable Forestry Practices and Forest Biotechnology – Scientific, Economic and Environmental Impacts, Proceedings of the International Conference on the Fiber Industry and Environmental Biocomplexity (M. El-Halwagi, J. Hall, U. Hatch, D. Block & E. Geiger, Eds.), Auburn University Environmental Institute, pp. 96-126.
  • Goetschalckx, M., Ahmed, S., Shapiro, A., Santoso, T. (2001), Designing Flexible and Robust Supply Chains, Proceedings of the IEPM Conference, August 20-23, 2001, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, pp. 539-552.

Trade Publications

  • Ho, C. Y., McCarthy, P., Ye, X. (2011), Bankruptcy Announcements and the Paper Industry, Paper360, May-June, 38-39.
  • McNutt, J. (2008), Value Destruction, Creation and Capture, Paper360.
  • Chambost, V., McNutt, J., Stuart, P. (2008), Guided Tour: Implementing Forest Biorefinery At An Existing Pulp and Paper Mill, TAPPI Conference Proceedings, Aug.
  • McNutt, J. (2008), Who Will Supply This Market to Thrive and How, Pulp and Paper, Apr, 28.
  • Parsons, C., Necochea, R. (2007), High Performance Work Systems in the Paper Industry, PaperAge,Jul-Aug, 28-31.
  • White, D., Evans, M., Peter, G. (2007), Trends in Digital Printing Papers, Paper360, Apr.
  • Walker, C. (2007), Barriers to Innovation, Paper360, Jan, 14-15.
  • McNutt, J., Walker, C.(2006), Think Outside the Biorefinery Box, Paper360, Dec, 11.