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Professor Dr. Britta Gammelgaard

Copenhagen Business School, Department of Operations Management

e-mail: bg.om@cbs.dk

Britta Gammelgaard´s main research interest is Supply Chain Management & Logistics. More specifically topics such supply chain innovation processes, knowledge creation in the SCM discipline as well as city logistics are prioritised research areas. Her work has been published in Danish as well as international journals, such as Journal of Business Logistics (JBL), International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management (IJPD&LM) and International Journal of Operations and Production Management. Professor Gammelgaard is Editor-in-Chief for International Journal of Logistics Management and has served for several years as European Editor of Journal of Business Logistics, Associate Editor of Journal of Supply Chain Management (JSCM) and member of the Editorial Advisory Board of International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management (IJPDLM). She has guest edited numerous special issues in logistics and supply chain scientific journals. Britta Gammelgaard is academic head of the MSc concentration in Supply Chain Management, coordinator of the master minor in Maritime Business and Strategic Procurement. Last but not least, she is the CBS responsible for the tri-continental bachelor program “Global Supply Chain & Logistics Management” in collaboration with University of British Columbia (Canada) and Chinese University of Hong Kong- Shenzhen (China).

Professor Dr. Cristina Giménez

ESADE, Department of Operations, Innovation and Data Sciences

e-mail: cristina.gimenez@esade.edu

Cristina Gimenez is Full Professor of Operations Management and Vice Dean of Faculty at ESADE Business School since 2014. Her areas of interest are supply chain management and sustainable operations. On these subjects she has published over 30 articles in specialised journals and presented papers at national and international conferences. Her recent papers have been published in Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Supply Chain Management, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, International Journal of Production Economics, and IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, among others. She is also Co-Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Operations & Production Management.

Professor Dr. Stefan Seuring

University of Kassel, Chair of Supply Chain Management

e-mail: seuring@uni-kassel.de

Professor Dr. Stefan Seuring is full professor of supply chain management at the University of Kassel, Germany. Stefan is one of the globally leading authors on sustainable supply chain management, but also covers topics on supply chain strategy and the application of management accounting tools across supply chains. So far he successfully supervised 20 PhD students. In 2016, Stefan Seuring was listed among the 27 globally most-influential researchers in logistics and supply chain management by a panel of French Researchers. Stefan has collaborated interdisciplinary in research project with colleagues from agriculture, engineering and political sciences. His papers have appeared e.g. in Journal of Cleaner Production, International Journal of Production Economics, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, Journal of Business Ethics, International Journal of Operations and Production Management.

Professor Dr. Gerald Reiner

University of Klagenfurt, Faculty of Management and Economics, Department of Operations, Energy and Environmental Management

e-mail: gerald.reiner@aau.at

Prof. Dr. Gerald Reiner holds a doctorate degree and habilitation in Business Administration from the Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria). Between 2007 and 2014 he was full professor in Production Management and Logistics at the University of Neuchatel (Switzerland). He is currently full professor in Production Management and head of the department of Operations, Energy, and Environmental Management at Universitaet Klagenfurt (Austria). His research interests include Production and Operations Management & Planning, Supply Chain Management & Planning, and Performance Measurement. He published in international journals like, e.g., Production and Operations Management, Decision Support Systems, International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Production Research, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, Operations Management Research, Journal of Cleaner Production, International Journal of Management Reviews, Journal of Industrial Ecology, OR Spectrum.

Professor Dr. Gyula Vastag

Corvinus University of Budapest, University of Pannonia, Szechenyi Istvan University, National University of Public Service (Budapest)

e-mail: szeeds@sze.hu

Gyula Vastag is Professor and Director of the Management PhD Program at Széchenyi University (Győr, Hungary) and Professor (part-time) at the National University of Public Service (Budapest, Hungary). Born in Hungary, he earned Ph.D., and Doctor of Sciences degrees from the predecessor of Corvinus University of Budapest, from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and finished habilitation at Corvinus University. Dr. Vastag co-authored five books (by Elsevier, Pearson and the National Association of Purchasing Management), wrote eight business cases, and he has contributed chapters to about 20 books. His papers (30+ refereed journal publications) were published in a variety of peer-reviewed academic (including five papers in the Financial Times list of Top Journals) and professional journals in the United States and in Europe and in numerous conference proceedings. He is Founding Member, Member of the Executive Board (since 2009) and President of the European Decision Sciences Institute (2017-2018). Currently, he is member of the European Operations Management Association’s Board.

LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Assistant Professor Dora Naletina, PhD

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics & Business Zagreb, Department of Trade and International Business

e-mail: dora.naletina@efzg.hr

Dora Naletina is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Trade of the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. She teaches courses Transport and insurance and Transport, forwarding and insurance. In 2016 she obtained her PhD degree at the EDAMBA postgraduate doctoral programme in Business Economics from the Faculty of Economics and Business Zagreb, topic: 'Resource based approach to competitive advantage in Croatian road industry'. She has worked on numerous scientific and industry-related projects, some of which are: ‘Innovations in supply chains in conditions of the retail internationalization’, ‘Managerial tools in digital enterprises‘. Her research interests include supply chain management, transportation management, transport policy, transport insurance and green transport.

Assistant Professor Kristina Petljak, PhD

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics & Business Zagreb, Department of Trade and International Business

e-mail: kpetljak@efzg.hr

Kristina Petljak is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Trade of the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. She teaches courses Retailing Management, Wholesale and Retail Business, Consumer Protection and Entrepreneurship. In 2014 she obtained her PhD degree at the EDAMBA postgraduate doctoral programme in Business Economics from the Faculty of Economics and Business Zagreb, topic: 'Green Supply Chain Management in Food Retail'. In 2009 she obtained her MSc degree from the same Faculty, in Trade Management, topic: 'Distribution Channels of Organic Food Products'. Her research interests include retailing management, with special emphasis on green supply chain management, retail logistics, transportation management, organic and fair trade food. She has two years' experience from working in leading Croatian marketing agencies prior to joining University of Zagreb.

Assistant Professor Ivana Štulec, PhD

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics & Business Zagreb, Department of Trade and International Business

e-mail: istulec@efzg.hr

Ivana Stulec is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Trade of the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. She teaches courses International business and Commodity exchanges. In 2013 she obtained her PhD degree at the EDAMBA postgraduate doctoral programme in Business Economics from the Faculty of Economics and Business Zagreb, topic: 'The effectiveness of weather derivatives as hedging instruments against the effects of temperature variations in retail'. In 2009 she obtained her MSc degree from the same Faculty, in Trade Management, topic: 'Weather derivatives as futures market instruments'. Her research interests include econometric analysis of retail sales, weather effect on the supply chain, green supply chain management, transportation management, consumer buying behaviour, e-commerce and commodity exchanges.

Associate Professor Jasna Prester, PhD

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics & Business Zagreb, Department of Organization and Management

e-mail: jprester@efzg.hr

Jasna Prester is Associate professor at the Department of Organization and Management at Faculty of Business and Economics Zagreb. She defended her PhD thesis at Faculty of Business and Economics Zagreb with topic Agency Theory and Supply Chain management. She teaches Operations management, Service Operations Management and Supply Chain Management. Her research interests are Operations management, Innovation and Servitization. She is member of EurOMA scientific board since 2013 and actively participating at EurOMA conferences. She is also president-elect for Global Manufacturing Research Group that research manufacturing all over the world. She is also Croatian partner for European Manufacturing Survey led by Fraunhofer ISI Institute, Karlsruhe, Germany.