Leonardo MARQUES

Professeur Associé

  • Département Systèmes d'Information & Supply Chain Management

Domaines d'enseignement

Supply Chain Management

Responsabilité Sociétale des Entreprises

Management des Opérations

Sustainable Supply Chain Management

Domaines de recherche

Logistique et production

Logistique et production durable

Transparence de la chaîne d'approvisionnement

Management des Opérations
Responsabilité Sociétale des Entreprises
Supply Chain
Management des Opérations durable
Ethique et transparence
Traçabilité de la chaîne d'approvisionnement
Transparence de la mode
Distribution
Mode
Biens de consommation

Biographie

Dr. Leonardo Marques est professeur associé en Supply Chain à Audencia. Auparavant, il était professeur adjoint à la Coppead Graduate School of Business, Université fédérale de Rio de Janeiro au Brésil (2016-2021). Leonardo est titulaire d'un doctorat de l'Université de Manchester (2016) et il a 20 ans d'expérience en gestion et en conseil, avec un accent particulier sur la distribution, la mode et les biens de consommation. Leonardo a publié dans le Journal of Supply Chain Management (ABS 4), International Journal of Production Economics (FNEGE 1), Supply Chain Management : An International Journal (ABS 3), Production Planning & Control (ABS 3), entre autres. Il siège au comité de révision éditoriale de l'International Journal of Operations and Production Management (ABS 3) et révise pour plusieurs revues de premier plan dans ce domaine.

Depuis avril 2021, il est vice-président de l'International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association (IPSERA), où il est membre du comité exécutif depuis avril 2018.

Ses recherches ont été soutenues par la bourse pour jeunes scientifiques de la FAPERJ (Fondation pour le soutien à la recherche de l'État de Rio de Janeiro, Brésil) ainsi que par des entreprises telles que la Fondation C&A, Coca-Cola Company, Instituto-e et Osklen au Brésil.

Publications

MARQUES, L. (2022). Osklen Case Study: The Hurdles of Sustainable and Circular Fashion in Brazil. dans L. Bals, W. L. Tate & L.M. Ellram (Eds.), Circular Economy Supply Chains: From Chains to Systems (pp. 357-365). Emerald Group Publishing.

2022

Ferreira, L., MARQUES, L. (2022) . Cultural traits, infrastructure and feedback mechanisms as barriers to supply chain management in Brazil, Gestão & Produção, 29 (2022), e159

2021

Erthal, A., Frangeskou, M., MARQUES, L. (2021) . Cultural tensions in lean healthcare implementation: A paradox theory lens, International Journal of Production Economics, 233 107968

Campos, R., Tavares, E., Chimenti, P., MARQUES, L. (2021) . Challenges for the Future of Education brought by the Pandemic: The Coppead Case, Journal of Contemporary Administration, 25 (spe),

MARQUES, L., Silva, M., Matthews, L. (2021) . Building the Latin American Landscape in Supply Chain Sustainability Research: How to Break Free from the Hamster Wheel?, Latin American Business Review, 22 (4), 309-321

Muratore, A., MARQUES, L. (2021) . Fashion supply chain transparency: do as I say not as I do, International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, ahead-of-print (ahead-of-print),

MARQUES, L., Lontra, P., Wanke, P., Antunes, J. (2021) . Governance modes in supply chains and financial performance at buyer, supplier and dyadic levels: the positive impact of power balance, Benchmarking: An International Journal, ahead-of-print (ahead-of-print),

MARQUES, L., Erthal, A., Schott, C., Morais, D. (2021) . Inhospitable Accessibility and Blurred Liability: Institutional Voids in an Emerging Economy Preventing Supply Network Transparency, BAR - Brazilian Administration Review, 18 (2),

MARQUES, L., Chimenti, P., Mendes-da-Silva, W. (2021) . Teaching COVID-19’s Impact on Businesses, Journal of Contemporary Administration, 25 (spe),

2020

MARQUES, L., Yan, T., Matthews, L. (2020) . Knowledge Diffusion in a Global Supply Network: A Network of Practice View, Journal of Supply Chain Management, 56 (1), 33-53

Erthal, A., MARQUES, L. (2020) . Organisational culture in lean construction: managing paradoxes and dilemmas, Production Planning and Control 1-19

Silva, J., Araujo, C., MARQUES, L. (2020) . Siloed Perceptions in Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Risk Management: A Brazilian Perspective, Latin American Business Review, 21 (3), 223-254

MARQUES, L., Martins, M., Araújo, C. (2020) . The healthcare supply network: current state of the literature and research opportunities, Production Planning and Control, 31 (7), 590-609

2019

Moreno, R., MARQUES, L., Arkader, R. (2019) . Servitization impact on performance moderated by country development, Benchmarking: An International Journal, 27 (1), 302-318

MARQUES, L. (2019) . Sustainable supply network management, International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 68 (6), 1164-1190

2018

MARQUES, L., ERTHAL, A. (2018) . National culture and organizational culture in lean environments: A systematic review, Production Planning and Control, 29 1-20

MARQUES, L., TOUBOULIC, A., MATTHEWS, L. (2018) . On the road to carbon reduction in a food supply network: A complex adaptive systems perspective, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 23 (4), 313-335

2016

MARQUES, L., TOUBOULIC, A., MATTHEWS, L., POWER, D. (2016) . Building bridges: Toward alternative theory of sustainable supply chain management, Journal of Supply Chain Management, 52 (1), 82-94

Formation

PhD en Commerce et Géstion
University of Manchester, Royaume Uni (2016)

Master of Science en Sciences de Gestion
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brésil (2004)

Bachelor of Science en Ingénierie
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brésil (2001)

Prix et distinctions

  • Outstanding Reviewer Award from Journal of Purchasing & Supply Management , 2022
  • Blockchain-enabled Scope-3 carbon disclosure: a design science approach , 2022-2023
  • Vice-President of IPSERA , 2021
  • Honorary mention to the Harold E. Fearon Best Conceptual Paper award at the Journal of Supply Chain Management , 2016
  • Manchester Business School doctoral support – doctoral seminar/workshop , 2014
  • Bursary winner, 22nd IPSERA Conference , 2013
  • Grant winner, Manchester Business School doctoral support – fieldwork expenses , 2013
  • Best abstract award, Marketing, Operations Management, Service Systems Division - at the Manchester Business School Doctoral Conference, Manchester/UK , 2012
  • Bursary winner, CAPES Foundation, Ministry of Education of Brazil funding , 2012