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26 Shabolovka Ulitsa, Building 4

Moscow, 119049, Russia

Phone: (495) 771 32 58

Email: info@mclog.ru

Head of the School Valentina Dybskaya
Academic Supervisor Viktor Sergeyev
First Deputy School Head Alla V. Fel
Deputy Head of the School Ivan Elyashevich
Deputy Head for Research and Student Affairs Denis Gusev
Deputy Head of the School Tamara Levina
Deputy Head for International Relations Andrey Vinogradov
Wireless Protection of Power Grids over a 5G Network

Черногоров Ф. А.

IEEE Power Electronics Society, 2019.

Does the ripple effect influence the bullwhip effect? An integrated analysis of structural and operational dynamics in the supply chain?

Rozhkov M., Dolgui A., Ivanov D.

International Journal of Production Research. 2020. Vol. 58. No. 5. P. 1285-1301.

Book chapter
Conceptual Framework of Agent-based Model of Relational Conflicts in Russian Retail

Morozova Y. A.

In bk.: Proceedings of Analytics for Management and Economics Conference AMEC 2019. St. Petersburg: 2019. P. 367-373.

Working paper
Improving Transport Infrastructure in Russia

Kolik A.

OECD Economics Department Working Papers. ECO/WKP. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2015. No. 1193.

The School of Logistics hosted an open seminar "Electronic Supply Chain Management"

On January 18, 2019, the first seminar from a series of open seminars was held at the School of Logistics. The series of open seminars is aimed at introducing a wide range of interested parties to the technologies and developments in the field of logistics and supply chain management that have proven themselves in time, as well as proposed by the business and academic community in recent years.

The first seminar "Electronic management of supply chains" was prepared by Ivan Dutikov, the head of the Logistics Department of the production company, a graduate of the postgraduate course in Logistics in 2018. The seminar set the general tone of the series of open seminars, justifying the relevance of information support for the harmonious development of logistics and supply chains. It is the information that determines the possibility, the degree of interaction and the nature of cooperation both within the company and between partners in the supply chain. Information and information exchange are key factors of coordination and integration in logistics and supply chain management. After an introduction to electronic supply chain management, the ways in which the Internet and Web technologies affect logistics and supply chain management were presented, and the individual segments of the electronic supply chain were examined in more detail.
During the sessions the participants asked questions on the practical implementation of considered information products, and technology in general. Participants were interested in personal experience and achievements of the seminar leader in building electronic supply chains of the manufacturing company at his current position, and asked about the role of education, obtained in the School of Logistics at the National Research University Higher School of Economics for personal and career growth. Interactivity and openness of the presenter allowed the participants to get comprehensive answers to questions.