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Valentina Carbone received a prize for an article about crowd logistics published in a leading academic supply chain journal, and in the biggest professional association in Supply Chain Management's publication.

During the 2018 Management Week organized by FNEGE (Fondation Nationale pour l’Enseignement dela Gestion des Entreprises) in Paris at the end of May, Valentina Carbone and coauthors Aurélien Rouquet (Neoma Business School) and Christine Roussat (Université Clermont Auvergne and Cret-Log) were awarded a Consult’In France Award for Best Articles in Management Research in the category “Accelerating digital transformation of businesses and organisations”, for the article "The Rise of Crowd Logistics: A New Way to Co-Create Logistics Value" published in the Journal of Business Logistics (JBL), which is recognized as one of the world's leading academic supply chain journals. It was also published in the "Research for the real world" section of Supply Chain Quarterly, another publication of the CSCMP (Council of Supply Chain Management Professionnals), the biggest professional association in Supply Chain Management, which challenges the authors of selected JBL articles to explain the real-world applications of their academic work, and reaches over 150,000 Senior Supply Chain executives.

Prize ceremony

 

You will also find attached one of the two presentations she gave on that occasion, on the topic and in French, and an article published with the same coauthors in the International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management:

Carbone_rouquet_roussat2018_IJPDLM.pdf
RIRL_2018_paper_66.pdf

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