Irina, B., Boris, T., Amir, H., & Roman, T. (2019). Resource allocation problem in project management. E3S Web of Conferences, 97. This article illustrates a specific case of the problem, where a program has a particular structure. The resource allocation problem in such a program is reduced to classical Johnson’s problem or job-shop scheduling problem.
Ogura, M., Harada, J., Kishida, M., & Yassine, A. (2019). Resource optimization of product development projects with time-varying dependency structure. Research in Engineering Design, 30(3), 435. This article presents an analytical framework for optimally allocating resources to shorten the lead time of product development projects having a time-varying dependency structure.
Raluca, V., Alexandru, C., & Cristian, S.G. (2018). Information Technology – the key enabler of multiple project management in higher education institutions. Proceedings of the International Conference on Business Excellence, 12(1), 1002–1011. This article presents a research gap in the attempt to outline how PM software becomes the key enabler of the solution to level the resources that are involved in multiple projects and managed at the same time by a public institution from the higher education system.
Barasa, E. W., Cleary, S., English, M., & Molyneux, S. (2016). The influence of power and actor relations on priority setting and resource allocation practices at the hospital level in Kenya: A case study. BMC Health Services Research, 16(1), 536. This article examines the influence of power relations among different actors on the implementation of priority setting and resource allocation processes in public hospitals in Kenya.
Lee, S., Baek, H., & Jahng, J. (2017). Governance strategies for open collaboration: Focusing on resource allocation in open source software development organizations. International Journal of Information Management, 37(5), 431–437. This study investigates effective governance strategies to allocate developers to multiple projects within an organization.