No.2, West Wenhua Road, High-tech District, Weihai, Shandong, China
Topic: Is supply chain integration always conducive to corporate performance?
Time: 7:00 pm, March 27th, 2017
Venue: Lecture Hall 518, School of Economics and Management
Organizer: School of Economics and Management
1. Dividing supply chain integration into three categories: supplier integration, internal integration and customer integration;
2. Studying the impact of supply chain integration on corporate performance, based on a comprehensive analysis of the positive and negative effects of supply chain integration;
3. Examining the regulating effect of senior executives’ support on the relation between supply chain integration and corporate performance
Speaker : Feng Taiwen
Feng Taiwen acquired his PhD degree at the School of Management, Xi’an Jiaotong University and is now an associate professor of the School of Management, Northwestern Polytechnical University. His research fields include green supply chain management and governance in interfirm relations and moral leadership and he has published more than 50 papers on prestigious academic journals worldwide such as Journal of Business Ethics, International Journal of Production Research, Industrial Marketing Management, International Business Review and Journal of Management Sciences, among which 20 are on SCI/SSCI and 16 are on management journals identified by National Nature Science Foundation of China. Several of his research papers have earned him Best Paper award on various occasions, and he is now an anonymous reviewer for several journals such as International Journal of Production Economics, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, R&D Management, Industrial Management & Data Systems and Energy Policy.