Prof. Alan McKinnon: Q & A on COVID-19 and supply chains – list of relevant information sources

Date of issue: 2 April 2020

Prof. Alan McKinnonKühne Logistics University

Q & A on COVID-19 and supply chains: list of relevant information sources

This fresh 5-page update of relevant information sources provides specific sources to questions such as “How seriously has coronavirus and related regulations been affecting supply chains and logistics services around the world?” or “How will the management of global supply chains be likely to change in response to the Covid19 experience?”

Download here: McKinnon – Impact of Covid19 on logistics and SCs – issues and information sources


Prof. Alan McKinnon

Alan McKinnon is Professor of Logistics at Kühne Logistics University.

McKinnon has an MA degree in geography and an MSc in transportation studies. His PhD was one of the first undertaken in the UK on logistics. In 2014, he was appointed an Emeritus Professor of Heriot-Watt University. McKinnon has and has had visiting professorships at universities in Australia, Malaysia, Sweden, the UK, China and South Africa.

Over the past four decades, McKinnon has actively promoted the development of logistics in academic, industrial and government circles. He has conducted around sixty studies on a broad spectrum of logistics topics for numerous public and private sector organizations. He has published extensively in the logistics and transport literature and is currently on the editorial boards of five logistics and transport journals. McKinnon has received several awards for his long term contribution to the development of logistics knowledge. Read more here:

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