IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to the Corona situation the 15th European Research Seminar (ERS) will be held on-line in the virtual space on and around the same dates as scheduled. We are looking forward to an exciting conference and meeting many of you in our on-line version of ERS 2020!
Due to the changed setup, we are able to extend the submission deadlines until April 8, 2020.
15th CSCMP European Research Seminar (ERS) on Logistics and SCM.
"Rethinking Supply Chains"
This year's theme "Rethinking Supply Chains" is aimed at challenging current practices, thinking patterns, and paradigms in supply chain management by fostering forward-thinking discussions.
The European Research Seminar (ERS) on Logistics and SCM is a global conference with a European background. It is an interactive conference, which centers on intensive discussion of top quality research and new developments among all participants. ERS welcomes participants from around the globe with its aim to expose and discuss contemporary issues in logistics and supply chain management. It is a platform for intensive interaction both formally in the sessions and informally outside of them.
The 15th European Research Seminar (ERS) will be held in in the virtual space on June 18+19, 2020. We are looking forward to an exciting conference and meeting many of you!
The corresponding call for papers is available here.
The ERS was initiated in 2006 by Professor Gammelgaard and the Council of Management Professional (CSCMP) as an academic conference held in conjunction with the annual European Conference of CSCMP. Over the years ERS has built a strong connection to the Journal of Business Logistics (JBL).
It is co-chaired by Professor Wallenburg and Professor Wieland and organized together with the ERS scientific committee, the ERS organization committee, and the local CSCMP roundtable.
Carl Marcus Wallenburg WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany
Andreas Wieland Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Alexander Trautrims University of Nottingham, UK
Britta Gammelgaard Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Danuta Kisperska-Moroń University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
Davide Luzzini Eada Business School, Spain
Fredrik Nilsson Lund University, Sweden
Sander de Leeuw Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands
Tatjana Schneider WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany
further to be announced