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Prof. Ing. Guido Nassimbeni


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Research


Professional Membership and Activities

  • Area Editor of Operations Management Research (OMR) and member of the Editorial Review Board of the Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management (JPSM). Previously: Associate Editor of the Journal of Operations Management (JOM). Reviewer for these and many other international journals.

  • He has published in a number of leading academic and practitioner journals, including the Journal of Operations Management, Research Policy, OMEGA, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, and  International Journal of Production Research.

  • He has been member of the scientific committee of several editions of the European Operations Management Association(EurOMA) Conferences, the International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (Ipsera) Conferences, and the Doctoral Workshop on Purchasing and Supply Management – IPSERA Italian Nodes Conference as well as of some editions of the European Decision Sciences Institute Conferences.

  • He is Member of AiIG – Associazione italiana di Ingegneria Gestionale, EurOMA – European Operations Management Association, of IPSERA – International Purchasing & Supply Education & Researc, POMS – Productions and Operations Management Society, and other Scientific Associations.

  • He cooperates with several International Research Institutions, including: CRISPS – Centre for Research in Strategic Purchasing and Supply (University of Bath), Carlson School of Management (Minnesota University); Cranfield School of Management (Cranfield University) Saïd Business School (University of Oxford), Rotman School of Management (Toronto University).

  • He is member of the High Performance Manufacturing (HPM) international research project, co-ordinated by Prof. R. G. Schroeder (University of Minnesota). This project involves researchers belonging to 11 American, European and Japanese Universities.

  • He has co-chaired of the 8th Annual Conference of the European Decision Sciences Institute (EDSI 2018).

Research Areas

  • Supply Strategy

  • New production models and advanced buyer-supplier interactions.

  • Subcontracting processes within small firms.

  • Vendor rating and ranking.

  • Supply Chain / Network Management.

  • International Manufaturing / Sourcing

Awards

  • The Best Student Presentation and Paper Award Finalist at the 11th European Decision Sciences Institute (EDSI) May 31 – June 1 2021, Lund University, SE. The paper: Marcuzzi, I., Podrecca, M., Nassimbeni, G. (2019). “The abandonment of SA8000: reasons and alternative paths”.

  • The Best Paper Award Finalist at the 11th European Decision Sciences Institute (EDSI) May 31 – June 1 2021, Lund University, SE. The paper: Culot, G., Sartor, M., Orzes, G., Nassimbeni, G. (2019). “Information sharing in the digital context: evidence from the automotive extended supply chain“.

  • The Best Research Conceptual PaperAward at the 51th Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) 20-23, November 2020, Online.The paper: Culot, G., Nassimbeni, G, Podrecca, Sartor, M., “The role of ISO/IEC 27001 for Information Security: a Review and Research Agenda“.

  • The Regional Best Paper Award Finalist at the 50th Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) 23-25, November 2019, New Orleans. The paper: Wan, L., Jia, F. and Nassimbeni, G., “Global value chain configuration of EMNCs: What role do institutions play?”.

  • The Best PhD student-presented Paper Award at the 10th European Decision Sciences Institute (EDSI) 2-5, June 2019, Nottingham, UK. The paper: Wan, L., Jia, F. and Nassimbeni, G. (2019). “Global value chain configuration of EMNCs: What role do institutions play?“.

  • The Best Paper Award Finalist at the 27th International Annual IPSERA Conference, March 25-28, 2018, Athens, Greece. The paper: Wan, L., Orzes, G., Sartor, M. and Nassimbeni, G. (2018). “Reshoring: Does home country matter?”.

  • Chris Voss Best Paper Award at the  24th European Operations Management Association (EurOMA 2017) Conference with the paper: ”“Entry modes in reshoring strategies: An empirical analysis”.

  • Chris Voss Highly Commended Award at the 22nd European Operations Management Association (EurOMA 2015) conference with the paper: “Does social accountability pay off? An empirical investigation on the performance impact of SA8000”.

  • Second best paper award at the paper Sinergie Conference 2014 with the paper :“Il back-reshoring manifatturiero nei processi di internazionalizzazione: inquadramento teorico ed evidenze empiriche”.

  • Best Reviewer Award 2006 from the Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management.

Selected Books