Production and Operations Management Society Mini-Conference
JSCM is delighted to sponsor the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) Supply Chain Management College Mini-Conference, this will be held on 2nd of May in The Washington Hilton Hotel which is the day before the main POMS conference.
JSCM is excited about this opportunity as the theme of this mini conference goes hand in hand with the topic of our 2nd Emerging Discourse Incubator, titled-”Research at the Intersection of Supply Chain Management and Public Policy and Government Regulation” We have a current open call for this EDI, all details can be found here: https://www.journalofsupplychainmanagement.com/new-blog/2018/8/15/2020-emerging-discourse-incubator-research-at-the-intersection-of-supply-chain-management-and-public-policy-and-government-regulation-tg694-cxteg?rq=edi
Details of both can be found below.
POMS COLLEGE OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
”The Impact of Public Policy on Supply Chains”
You can register for the mini- conference via the POMS conference website at: https://pomsmeetings.org/conf-2019/ On-site registration is also possible.
Speakers (In order of appearance)
Çağlar Özden, Lead Economist, Development Research Group at The World Bank
Nitin R. Joglekar, Associate Professor, Questrom School of Business, Boston University
Sarah Campbell-Sengupta, Assistant Professor of Operations, Herberger Business School, St. Cloud State University
David Dobrzykowski, Associate Professor and Director of the Supply Chain Management Institute, Bowling Green State University
Craig Gundersen, ACES Distinguished Professor, Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics, University of Illinois
Richard McGrath Captain, U.S. Navy and Assistant Professor of Operations Research, U.S. Naval Academy
Yung-Yi Nindorf, Senior Manager, Strategic Sourcing & Procurement organization, Verizon
H. Muge Yayla-Kullu, Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management, College of Business Administration, University of Central Florida
Timothy J. Richards, Morrison Chair of Agribusiness, W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University