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Davide Luzzini

  • PhD
  • Associate Professor
  • EADA Business School
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  • 274CitationsNumber of citations received by Davide's publications. Updated daily.

Research interests

Social enterpriseSustainabilityProcurementPurchasingSupply Chain ManagementInnovation networksFood networks

Co-authors (43)

Publications (5)

  • EMERGING DISCOURSE INCUBATOR: The Roles of Institutional Complexity and Hybridity in Social Impact Supply Chain Management

    • Pullman M
    • Longoni A
    • Luzzini D
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  • Measuring supply chain performance: a lifecycle framework and a case study

    • Maestrini V
    • Luzzini D
    • Caniato F
    • et al.
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  • The impact of supplier performance measurement systems on supplier performance: A dyadic lifecycle perspective

    • Maestrini V
    • Luzzini D
    • Caniato F
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  • The relationship regulator: A buyer-supplier collaborative performance measurement system

    • Maestrini V
    • Caniato F
    • Martinez V
    • et al.
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  • Conceptual description of an integrated biomass logistics centre (IBLC)

    • Annevelink B
    • Van Gogh B
    • Nogués F
    • et al.
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Editorships

Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management

Associate Editor

2016 - Present

Operations Management Research

Area Editor

2012 - Present

Professional experience

Associate Professor

EADA Business School

September 2017 - Present

Extended Faculty

Polytechnic of Milan MIP Graduate School of Business

January 2007 - Present

Associate Professor

MIT Scale - Zaragoza Logistics Center

October 2016 - August 2017(10 months)

Associate Professor

Audencia Business School

March 2015 - December 2016(2 years)

Assistant Professor

Polytechnic of Milan Department of Management Economics and Industrial Engineering

March 2010 - January 2014(4 years)