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Professorship for Global Supply Chain Management

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Latest publication

Examining the potential of textual big data analytics for public policydecision-making: A case study with driverless cars in Denmark

Link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tranpol.2020.05.026

Publication

An unstructured big data approach for country logistics performance assessment in global supply chains

Link: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOPM-07-2019-0544

Publication

Ripple effect quantification by supplier risk exposure assessment

Link: https://doi.org/10.1080/00207543.2019.1675919

Teaching project in summer semester 2020

This summer semester, the Professorship for Global Supply Chain Management offers a teaching project for master students of the study program Business Engineering. There are still free places available. We encourage interested students to get in touch with us as soon as possible.

Digital course offers

In view of the ongoing COVID19 situation, the Porfessourship of Global Supply Chain Management has developed digital concepts for the courses offered in this summer. Therefore, the courses in this semester will be held in digital form (Online-seminars).

Professorship hosts doctoral workshop along with LogDynamics and Biba

Here you can get further information.

Job advertisement - student assistant

We are looking for a student assistant for administrative tasks and to accompany lectures, seminars and events. For more information click here

Publication

How the blockchain enables and constrains supply chain performance
Link: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJPDLM-02-2019-0063

World Conference on Transport Research in Mumbai

Prof. Kinra chairs a special session at the triennial World Conference on Transport Research in Mumbai on Transport Policy Decisions in the Age of Big Data. Link: http://www.wctrs-conference.com/resources/updateable/pdf/WCTR2019%20-%20Special%20Session%20Program.pdf

NOFOMA 2019

Professor Kinra chairs the session on data at the 31st annual Nordic Logistics Research Network Conference in Oslo.
Link: www.bi.edu/about-bi/calendar/2019/june/nofoma2019/

IFAC Conference in Berlin

Professor Kinra chairs a special session on digital technology, supply chain risks and uncertainties at the 9th IFAC conference MIM in Berlin 2019. 
Link: https://blog.hwr-berlin.de/mim2019/

Call for papers:

Call for papers, Special Issue co-edited by Prof. Kinra in Transport Policy journal, Advances in thoughts and approaches for Transport and Logistics Systems Performance Assessment and Investment Appraisal” .