Assoc. Prof. Thiell & Prof. Wilmsmeier: Global Supply Chain Jenga – “the tower has fallen”

Assoc. Prof. Marcus Thiell & Prof. Gordon Wilmsmeier | 16.05.2020

COVID-19 as an impulse to reassess supply chain globalisation (part 1)

Assoc. Prof. Marcus Thiell and Prof. Gordon Wilmsmeier from School of Management, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, provide a view on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the complex globalized supply chains.

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Prof. Gordon Wilmsmeier
Gordon Wilmsmeier holds the Kühne Professorial Chair in Logistics at the School of ManagementUniversity of Los Andes, Bogota Colombia. Between 2011 and 2017 Gordon worked at UN-ECLAC. He holds an honorary professorship at the University of Applied Sciences in Bremen, Germany.

Wilmsmeier research focuses on maritime transport geography and economics, port economics and inland shipping issues. Recent projects focus on port governance, sustainable port development, energy efficiency, competition in liner shipping market, digitalization and technology in supply chains, and nautical electromobility. His recent books include: Geographies of Maritime Transport and Maritime Mobilities

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Assoc. Prof. Marcus Thiell

Marcus Thiell is an Associate Professor at Universidad de los Andes School of Management, Bogotá (Colombia), the Director of its Department of Supply Chain Management & Technology, and the Academic Coordinator of the Master in Supply Chain Management. Marcus holds a doctoral degree from Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany) and a Diplom-Kaufmann from Hamburg University (Germany).

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