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Book
Wireless Protection of Power Grids over a 5G Network

Черногоров Ф. А.

IEEE Power Electronics Society, 2019.

Article
Digital Economy and Digital Logistics as New Area of Study in Higher Education

Korepin V., Dorozhkin E. M., Mikhaylova A. V. et al.

International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. 2020. Vol. 15. No. 13. P. 137-154.

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.

FBM School of Logistics Professors Attend AMEC 2019 International Conference

On September 27-28, 2019, professors of the School of Logistics, Faculty of Business & Management's attended the Analytics for Management and Economics Conference (AMEC) in St Petersburg.

This year, the conference organised by the St Petersburg School of Economics and Management brought together over 150 academic researchers and experts from 20 countries. The conference focused on SMART marketing and customer analytics, big data for business and economics studies, digitalization, corporate and international finance, public procurement and new HR trends.

Professor Vladimir Novikov, Head of the Department of Information Systems and Technologies in Logistics, and Rimma Karapetyan, PhD fellow, gave a presentation on ‘Informational and Analytical Solutions for Assessing Managerial Impacts on the Functioning of Supply Chains of Network Retailers’ at the session, ‘Big Data for Business and Economics Studies’.

Associate Professor Yulia Morozova of the Department of Information Systems and Technologies in Logistics presented her report, ‘Conceptual Framework of Agent-based Model of Relational Conflicts in Russian Retail’, at the session ‘Intangible-driven Economy and Data-led Business Models’.

At the ‘Supply Chain Management and Organizational Issues’ session, Lecturer Alexander Demin and Associate Professor Anastasia Ivanova of the Department of Logistics presented a report entitled ‘Global Supply Chain Engineering: Assessment of National Culture Parameters’. Associate Professor Vadim Korepin of the Department of Information Systems and Technologies in Logistics and Maria Yermolina, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Supply Chain Management, presented the report, ‘Supply Chain Management Maturity Research’.