Justine MARTY

Operations Management-Supply Chain-Information Systems Download CV

Justine MARTY is an Assistant Professor in the Operations Management and Information Systems department. She has done her PhD at the CERAG laboratory of the University of Grenoble Alpes, in the framework of the transversal project NEED for IoT, which aims at promoting and developing new technologies for connected objects and their components in a sustainable way. Her thesis focused on the role of downstream actors (such as customers, consumers and users) to make the nanotechnology supply chain more sustainable. She specialises and teaches Supply Chain Management, Sustainable Supply Chain Management and Logistics.

    Recent publications
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    TOSI, L., J. MARTY, "Understanding coordination in humanitarian action: insights from the activities–resources–actors model", International Journal of Development Issues, 2024, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 106-127 2024 Journal article
    MARTY, J., M. CHRISTOPHER, B. AGERON, "Making supply chains more sustainable through customer and consumer engagement: The case of rare metals", Corporate Social Responsibilty and Environmental Management, 2024, vol. 31, no. 2, pp. 895-908 2024 Journal article
    MARTY, J., B. AGERON , "Connecting the customer to the supply chain: proposition of a conceptual framework", European Journal of International Management, 2024, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 1-30 2024 Journal article
    MARTY, J., "Consumer/user/customer integration in Supply Chain Management: a review and bibliometric analysis", Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal, 2022, vol. Vol. 23, no. No. 2, pp. pp. 181-196 2022 Journal article
    PALOMINO, A., J. MARTY, S. AUFFRET, I. JOUMARD, R. C. SOUSA, I. L. PREJBEANU, B. AGERON, B. DIENY, "Evaluating critical metals contained in spintronic memory with a particular focus on Pt substitution for improved sustainability", Sustainable Materials and Technologies, 2021, vol. 28, pp. e00270 2021 Journal article
    Teaching domains

    Operations Management/Supply Chain

    Management of Information Systems

    Research domains

    Sustainable Development

    Supply Chain & Logistics

    Operations Management

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