Mirko Kremer is Professor of Supply Chain Management at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management since July 2014. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Mannheim (2008). Before joining Frankfurt School, he was a faculty member at the Pennsylvania State University.
His research is on the impact of managerial and customer (mis)behavior on the performance and design of Supply Chains, with an emphasis on micro-behavioral foundations of inventory management, sales forecasting, and service systems. His research was published in Management Science, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Operations Research and Production and Operations Management. He serves as a department editor for the Production and Operations Management Journal.
At Frankfurt School, Mirko teaches Operations Management, Supply Chain Strategy, and quantitative decision modelling. He has previously taught similar courses at INSEAD, London Business School, and the Kellogg School of Management.
Supply Chains are networks of firms that together transform raw materials into finished products that customers see on retail shelves.
Globalization and IT have made it easy to find business partners across the globe. But the resulting supply chains can be long…
At the same time, modern markets are getting faster and faster: consumers want new and different products at an increasing pace, resulting in shorter life cycles.
|Supply Chain Management||MBA||2018 SS|
|Operations Management||Master||2018 SS|