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Research Track in Supply Chain Management

Modulkompetenzen

Die Studierenden ...

  • ... vertiefen vorhandenes Wissen im Bereich Supply Chain Management.
  • ... entwickeln bestehende Supply Chain Methoden und Modelle weiter.
  • ... wenden neue Methoden auf unterschiedliche Sachverhalte an.

Inhalte

  • Komplexe Entscheidungsmodelle
  • Grenzen bestehender Modelle
  • Erweiterung und Anpassung von Modellen

Hier finden Sie die aktuelle Kursbeschreibung

Vorgesehene Termine:

04.11.2020: David Könen, University of Cologne: "Robust Crew Scheduling with Machine Learning"
11.11.2020: Yingshuai Zhao, University of Cologne: "The Value of Response Time Information in Supply Chain Bargaining"
18.11.2020: Matthew Walker, Durham University: "Trust and Trustworthiness in Procurement Contracts with Retainage"
25.11.2020: Theresa Gattermann-Itschert, University of Cologne: "Churn Prediction"
02.12.2020: Timo Kalmes, University of Cologne: "The Optimal Iteration Length in Agile Project Management"
09.12.2020: Daniel F. Gass, University of Cologne: "CEO personality and product recalls" 
16.12.2020: Christoph Bode, Mannheim University: "Supply chain risk and protection motivation: Why some managers act proactively (and others don’t)"
13.01.2021: Jose Benedicto Duhaylongsod, University of Cologne: "Increase Gain or Decrease Cost? A Behavioral Study of Retailer Effort under Coordinating Contracts"
20.01.2021: Jochen Schlapp, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management: "Technology Contests"
27.01.2021: Sabrina Bonzelet, University of Cologne