ERS Conference 2017 | 12th European Research Seminar on Logistics and SCM
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12th European Research Seminar (ERS) on Logistics and SCM

The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), IE Business School and Zaragoza Logistics Center are organizing the twelfth European Research Seminar (ERS) to be held in Barcelona, 18 and 19 May 2017. The conference will take place in parallel with the annual conference of CSCMP Spain Roundtable offering unique opportunities for interaction.

“Please email contact@cscmpspain.org, indicating “Registration ERS 2017” as your subject.”

“The attendee’s name, institution name, and position must be provided in the email. You will receive a confirmation email with payment details after your submittal. The registration will be final and confirmed upon receipt of the registration fee. The number of attendees for this event is limited to maximize the professional learning and networking experience, so please register as soon as possible to ensure participation and to Save The Date!”

Agenda
Program CSCMP

In cooperation with the Journal of Business Logistics (JBL)

The purpose of ERS is to expose and discuss contemporary issues in European logistics and supply chain management. ERS is a platform for intensive interaction among scholars, both formally in the sessions and informally outside of them. Topics of interest for ERS could be:

  • Sustainable logistics and supply chain management
  • IT and digitalization within supply chains
  • Big data analysis: application in logistics and SCM
  • Supply chain learning and innovation: insights from European cases
  • Distribution strategies and (online) retailing in Europe
  • Impact of EU regulations on transport, logistics and SCM
  • European logistics service providers: strategy, structure and relationships
  • Development and implications of logistics clusters in Europe
  • Reverse logistics in a supply chain context
  • Barriers and facilitators of supply chain collaboration, integration and, alignment
  • Coping with uncertainties and risks in international and global supply chains
  • Horizontal collaboration and alliances

This list is not exclusive and other issues – especially forward thinking and innovative topics – relating to logistics and supply chain management are welcomed.

We especially invite our European academic research community to submit papers to be presented and discussed at the conference, but scholars from outside Europe are also welcomed.

There are three formats for submission to the conference: 1) Full papers, 2) work-in-progress papers, and 3) discussion topics.

Please see the Call for Papers in the link for further details

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