Elton Oil, a petroleum products company operating in Senegal, owned and operated 26 diesel/gas stations across the country and purchased diesel and gasoline from Senegal’s only refinery (SAR) or imported…
This case analyzes the University of Michigan (U-M) Endowment Fund’s capability and potential responsibility to divest from fossil fuels. Similar educational institutions, such as the University of California system, had…
This case leads to a vibrant discussion and comparative analysis of Amazon’s strategies across three major emerging markets. Amazon is known to virtually every student, making an illustration of internationalization…
Colonel William G. and Ann C. Svetlich Professor of Operations Research and Management; University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business
Research areas include value chain innovation, technology
& business innovation; supply chain management; strategic sourcing; supply chain risk management; supply chain sustainability; value chains for economic development and health care delivery in low and middle income countries.
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