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Hicham ABBAD

Université de Nantes, FR

Hicham ABBAD is Associate Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the Nantes University and a member of the Laboratoire d’Economie et de Management de Nantes Atlantique (LEMNA). He has published refereed papers in academic journals. His major interests are supply chain management, retail operations management, and inter-organizational information systems.

Marc BIDAN

Université de Nantes, FR

Marc BIDAN is Professor in management of information systems (MIS) at the University of Nantes. Marc Bidan is a member of the Lemna laboratory and supervised 17 theses and supervised 5 hdr. He is also past president and member of the AIM association (french chapter of AIS association) and of the RFG journal editorial board.

Gwenaëlle LAIRET

ESSCA School of Management, FR

Gwenaëlle LAIRET has been Associate Professor at ESSCA School of Management since 2016 and Head of the Operations Management and Decision Science Teaching and Research Unit since 2018. She began her professional career as a Logistics Project Manager in the automotive industry. She has a doctorate in Management Sciences from the University of Nantes and the Institut Mines-Telecom Atlantique. Today she teaches Information Systems Management and Operations Management. She focuses her research on the evaluation of the use of information systems and on the consequences of inter-organizational information systems.

Barbara LYONNET

Université de Nantes, FR

Barbara LYONNET is Associate Professor of Management Sciences at the University of Nantes, IAE (Nantes, France) and a member of the Laboratory of Economics and Management Nantes-Atlantique (LEMNA). Her research interest includes performance, information system, collaboration, quality management and supply chain management. Barbara Lyonnet is the author of numerous publications in International journals and conference proceedings. She also wrote several books, including "Supply chain management" (Dunod Editions).

Sonia MAHJOUB

ONIRIS Nantes, FR

Sonia MAHJOUB is Associate Professor of Logistics and Industrial Engineering at the ONIRIS Nantes and a member of the Laboratoire d’Economie et de Management de Nantes Atlantique (LEMNA) at Nantes University. Her research focuses on application of game theory in Supply Chain. Her work appeared in academic journals, including International Journal of Production Economics (IJPE), International Journal of Production Research (IJPR) and Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal.

Gwenaëlle ORUEZABALA

Université de Nantes, FR

Gwenaëlle ORUEZABALA is senior lecturer in International Management. Her teaching and current areas of research at the University of Nantes and at the LEMNA (Laboratory of Economics and Management of Nantes Atlantique) focus on buyer-supplier relationships within global logistics chains and innovative ecosystems. She is a member of several professional and academic networks (Atlas-Afmi, Euram, IMP, Ipsera) and sits on the editorial boards of many highly ranked international journals.

Smaïl BENZIDIA

Univeristé de Lorraine, FR

Smaïl Benzidia is Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management at the University of Lorraine/IAE Metz, France, and a member of the European Center for Research in Financial Economics and Business Management (CEREFIGE). He is a head for the Master Quality Management at IAE Metz and a co-founder of the International Conference PROLOG: « Project Logistic », www.prolog-conference.com. His research focuses on Interorganizational Information Systems, development of E-business especially the business model of Electronic Marketplaces, Collaborative Supply Chain Management. He has published several papers in academic journals and conference proceedings. E-mail: smail.benzidia@univ-lorraine.fr

Omar BENTAHAR

Univeristé de Lorraine, FR

Omar Bentahar is Associate Professor of Project Management and Supply Chain Management at the University of Lorraine, IAE Metz, France, and a member of the European Center for Research in Financial Economics and Business Management (CEREFIGE). He is the director of the MBA Program and a co-founder of the International Conference PROLOG: « Project Logistic » www.prolog-conference.com. His research focuses on Management of Innovative and complex Projects, Supply Chain Management and Mixed Methods Research. E-mail: omar.bentahar@univ-lorraine.fr