Dr Roberto Chavez Clavijo
Roberto is a senior lecturer in Operations Management at Swinburne University of Technology. He received his PhD in Supply Chain Management from University College Dublin, Ireland and moved to his Postdoc at ESADE Business School, Spain. His research interests focus on the relationships between Lean manufacturing and Sustainable Supply Chain Management. His work has been published in journals including International Journal of Operations & Production Management, International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Production Research, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, Production Planning and Control, Business Strategy and the Environment, Decision Support Systems, Transportation Research Part E, and the British Journal of Management. He received the Outstanding Reviewer Award by the International Journal of Production Economics in 2017. Roberto was appointed visiting professor of Supply Chain Management in 2016 by Henan University, China, and prior to joining Swinburne, he taught Operations Management, Global Logistics, Project Management and Research Methods in Singapore, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Ireland and Chile, and his commitment to teaching was rewarded in his receipt of various teaching awards.
Lean manufacturing; Sustainable supply chain management; Industry 4.0
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Co-Supervisor.
Fields of Research
- Business Ethics - 500102
- Manufacturing Management - 401407
- Supply Chains - 350909
- Logistics - 350903
Operations management;Supply chain management;Transportation;Logistics
Also published as: Chavez Clavijo, Roberto; Chavez Clavijo, R.; Chavez, R.; Chavez, Roberto; Chavez, Roberto C.; Chávez, R.; Chávez, Roberto; Chávez, Roberto C.
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