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Valentina Carbone is Professor of Sustainability and Supply Chain Management at ESCP business school, at the Paris Campus. She is the scientific co-director of the Deloitte Chair on Circular Economy. Her recent research deals with Sustainable Supply Chain Management, Sharing Economy, and Circular Economy transition. Valentina has conducted research with public sector bodies such as the European Commission or the French Ministry for Sustainable Development.
She is the author of several articles (published in Journal of Business Ethics, International Journal of Production Economics, Journal of Business Strategy and the Environment, etc…), volumes, chapters and communications to international conferences.
She is often invited as a guest speaker in both academic and professional events. She is in charge of a monthly web-show on sustainable supply chain (https://supplychain-village.com/video-on-demand/supply-chain-durable/) .

She earned her HDR – French post-doctoral degree allowing its holder to supervise PhD students, at Aix Marseille University, and a PHD in management at ENPC Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, Paris. She enjoyed 3 years of business experience (Procter & Gamble) and a 4-year research fellowship at the French National Institute for Transport Research before joining ESCP as a professor. 

 

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47 publications

Journal Article

2019

CARBONE, V., L.CABRINI CARMAGNAC

Making supply networks more sustainable ‘together’: the role of meta-organisations

SUPPLY CHAIN FORUM: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL, 20 (1), 56-67

Journal Article

2019

MAGNANI, F., V.CARBONE, V.MOATTI

The human dimension of lean: a literature review

SUPPLY CHAIN FORUM: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL, 20 (2), 132-144

Journal Article

2019

FEL, F., J.CAYLA, V.CARBONE

L’industrie 4.0 peut-elle favoriser une relocalisation de la production en France ?

LOGISTIQUE & MANAGEMENT, Vol 27 -4 – 2019

Chapter

2019

CABRINI CARMAGNAC, L., V.CARBONE, V.MOATTI

Diffusion of SSCM: where are we now and where are we going?”

In: Handbook on the Sustainable Supply Chain, Joseph Sarkis Edward Elgar

Journal Article

2019

CARBONE, V., V.MOATTI, T.SCHOENHERR, S.GAVIRNENI

From green to good supply chains: halo effect between environmental and social responsibility

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT, 49 (8), 839-860

Journal Article

2018

ACQUIER, A., V.CARBONE, V.MOATTI

Teaching the Sushi Chef': Hybridization Work and CSR Integration in a Japanese Multinational Company

JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS, 148(3), pp. 625–645

Journal Article

2018

CARBONE, V., A.ROUQUET, C.ROUSSAT

A typology of logistics at work in collaborative consumption

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL DISTRIBUTION AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT, vol. 48, no 6,, p. 570-585

Journal Article

2018

ROUQUET, A., C.ROUSSAT, V.CARBONE

Les consumer-to-consumer supply chains

REVUE FRANCAISE DE GESTION, n° 277, 93-107

Journal Article

2018

CARBONE, V., A.ROUQUET, C.ROUSSAT

A typology of logistics at work in collaborative consumption

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT, vol. 48, no 6,, 570-585

Chapter

2018

CARBONE, V., A.ACQUIER, M. D. P.ACOSTA COLLAZOS

Dynamic capabilities for sustainability: what are they?

In: Business Strategies for Sustainability: A Research Anthology, Borland et al. Gower