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Joerg S. Hofstetter

title Prof. Dr.
name Joerg S. Hofstetter
institute Chair of Logistics Management (LOGM)
publications papers (92)
projects project entries (43)
School SoM - School of Management
university status assistant professor
position Assistant Professor of Logistics Management
Vice Director of the Chair of Logistics Management
main focuses - Strategic Supply Chain Management; - Sustainability & Compliance in Multi-Tier Supply Chains; - Procurement & Supplier Development; - Consumer Goods Distribution; - Dynamic On-Shelf Availability / Retail Store Operations; - Supplier-Retailer Collaboration (ECR, CPFR); - VAT in Corporate Networks; - Healt Care Logistics; - Air Cargo Management
former positions - ECR Journal. International Commerce Review: Managing Editor
- ECR Europe Academic Partnership: Programme Director
- Institute for Technology Management (ITEM), University of St.Gallen, Switzerland: Research Associate
- Lufthansa Cargo AG, Area Management Southeast Asia, Australia & Indian Subcontinent, Singapore: Area Manager Business Partnership Program
- ITT Automotive Inc., Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA: System Test Engineer
- Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering and Organisation (IAO), Stuttgart, Germany: Research Assistant
additional business International Forum on Sustainable Value Chains (ISVC), President since 2013, non-paid

Inneco AG (link), Member of the Board of Directors since 2010, non-paid
teaching activities Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Lecturer in Supply Chain Management, since 2014

Business School Lausanne, Lecturer in Sustainability in Supply Chains, since 2011
affiliations Advisory Board GS1 Switzerland
Spin-Offs Inneco Ltd, Zürich, established in 2010

Naveco Ltd, Zürich, established in 2007
additional inform... - "Fundamentals of Logistics Management", Course for 5th semester students (bachelor level)
- "Integrative Management Seminar", Seminar for 6th semester students (bachelor level)