194100 Saint Petersburg,
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The Department of Logistics and Supply Chain Management was established in 2014. It is part of the School of Economics and Management at HSE St. Petersburg, a ‘big faculty’ that brings together economists and management specialists.
Teachers in the department support both the Bachelor’s programme in Logistics and Supply Chain Management and the Master’s programme in Strategic Supply Chain Management.
Yury Iskanderov, Pautov M.
Vol. 2. Springer, 2018.
Salakhutdinova K., Krivtsova I., Sukhoparov M. et al.
Automatic Control and Computer Sciences. 2018. Vol. 8. No. 52. P. 1101-1104.
Lukinskiy V., Lukinsky V., Bazhina D.
In bk.: Reliability and Statistics in Transportation and Communication Selected Papers from the 18th International Conference on Reliability and Statistics in Transportation and Communication, RelStat’18, 17–20 October 2018, Riga, Latvia. Iss. 68. Switzerland: Springer, 2019. P. 374-388.
At the invitation of the project manager HAZARD prof. Lauri Ojala (professor of Logistics Operations & Supply Chain Management, HAZARD Project Director, Turku School of Economics) on March 15, 2019, head of the department of Logistics and supply chain management, prof. V.S. Lukinsky and Academic Head of the «Strategic Management in Logistics» Master's Program, prof. V.V. Lukinsky took part in the final conference of the HAZARD project, which was held in Tallinn (Estonia). A project with a total budget of 4.3 M€is closing in spring 2019.
Final Conference of seaport safety & security project HAZARD (Mitigating the Effects of Emergencies in the Baltic Sea Region Ports). The project duration is 36 months (spring 2016 – spring2019) and the total budget is 4.3 M€, which is partly funded by the EU’s Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme.
The main speakers of the conference were:
You can find project materials at: https://blogit.utu.fi/hazard/
In the PUBLICATION section presented about 30 publications that have been prepared as a part of the project (for example, Theft of Goods in Ports: A review of TAPA EMEA IIS statistics (18/2018); Supply chain risk management: An idea generator for managing disruption risks in supply chains (22/2018)).