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College of Economic and Social Development
Britta GAMMELGAARD

Research Interests

Personal Overview:

Britta Gammelgaard´s main research interest is Supply Chain Management & Logistics. More specifically topics such supply chain innovation processes, knowledge creation in the SCM discipline as well as city logistics are prioritised research areas. Her work has been published in Danish as well as international journals, such as Journal of Business Logistics (JBL), International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management (IJPD&LM) and International Journal of Operations and Production Management. She has received several awards for her research and research management activities including the Danish Transport research Award, Hedorfs Fonds Transportforskningspris.

Professor Gammelgaard is Editor-in-Chief for International Journal of Logistics Management and has served for several years as European Editor of Journal of Business Logistics, Associate Editor of Journal of Supply Chain Management (JSCM) and member of the Editorial Advisory Board of International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management (IJPDLM). She has guest edited numerous special issues in logistics and supply chain scientific journals.

In 2006 she initiated the CSCMP European Research Seminar/ERS where she is still taking a leading role. Presently, she is member of the CSCMP Academic Strategies Committee. Further, she has been a member of the NOFOMA (Nordic Logistics Research Network) Scientific Committee and was the initiator of the NOFOMA doctoral consortium, Nordlog in 1996. She is widely used in Scandinavia for Doctoral assessment committees and has successfully supervised several doctoral candidates.

Presently, Gammelgaard is member of the board of effektivitet.dk and is serving on the assessment committee of the Danish SCM Prize since 2011.

Britta Gammelgaard is academic head of the MSc concentration in Supply Chain Management, coordinator of the master minor in Maritime Business and Strategic Procurement. Last but not least, she is the CBS responsible for the tri-continental bachelor program “Global Supply Chain & Logistics Management” in collaboration with University of British Columbia (Canada) and Chinese University of Hong Kong- Shenzhen (China).

Education and Academic Positions
1985: Master of Science – Economy – CBS (Copenhagen Business School)
1994 PhD – CBS (Copenhagen Business School)
Dissertation title: “Industrielle produktionsformer”, (Industrial Production Forms)
1994-1997: Assistant Professor - Department of Logistics and Transportation, CBS (Copenhagen Business School)
1997: Associate Professor - Supply Chain Management. Department of Operations Management, CBS (Copenhagen Business School)
September 2006 – December 2006: Visiting Scholar at University of Auckland, New Zealand.
2009 – present: Professor (MSO - professor with special responsibilities), Department of Operations Management, CBS (Copenhagen Business School)
2016: Professor, Department of Operations Management, CBS (Copenhagen Business School)

Awards

  • 2012 Associate Editor Appreciation Award, Journal of Supply Chain Management

  • 2012 Outstanding Associate Editor Award, Journal of Business Logistics

  • 2012 Highly commended award winner: Su, I.; Gammelgaard, B. and Yang, S-L., 2011. Logistics Innovation Process Revisited; Insights from a Hospital Case Study. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 41(6), pp. 577-600. Page 1 of 11

  • 2011 Best Associate Editor Award, Journal of Supply Chain Management

  • 2010 Associate Editor Appreciation Award, Journal of Supply Chain Management

  • 2009 Associate Editor Appreciation Award, Journal of Supply Chain Management

  • 2009, Hedorfs Fonds Pris for Transportforskning 2009, DDK 75.000 (Danish Transport Research
    Award)

  • 2009 Bernard J. La Londe Best Paper Award, for best paper in Journal of Business Logistics 2008:
    Flint, Dan, Everth Larsson and Britta Gammelgaard. 2008. Exploring Processes for Customer Value Insights, Supply Chain Learning and Innovation: An International Study.

  • 2008 Associate Editor Appreciation Award, Journal of Supply Chain Management

  • 2008 Outstanding Reviewer Award, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management

Selected Publications:

  • Gammelgaard, B., 2015. The emergence of city logistics. The case of Copenhagen’s Citylogistik-kbh”. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 45(4), pp. 333-351

  • Nilsson, F. and Gammelgaard, B. (2012), “Beyond the systems approach in logistics and SCM”, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 42 (8/9), pp. 764-783.

  • Gammelgaard, B. and A. Kinra (2012), “Logistics in the Oresund Region of Scandinavia” in Bookbinder, J.H. (ed.), “Handbook of Global Logistics. Transportation in International Supply Chains”, ch. 8, pp.177-192. Springer Verlag.

  • Su, Shong-Iee, I.; Gammelgaard, B. and Yang, S.-L. (2011), “Logistics Innovation Process Revisited; Insights from a Hospital Case Study”, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Vol. 41 (6), pp. 577-600.

  • Gammelgaard, B. (2010), ”Supply Chain Strategies”, in Bidgoli (ed.): Handbook of Technology Management, Vol. 2, pp 120-131. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

  • Flint, D., E. Larsson and B. Gammelgaard (2008), “Exploring Processes for Customer Value Insights, Supply Chain Learning and Innovation: An International Study”, Journal of Business Logistics, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp 257-280

  • Gammelgaard, B. (2008), “Logistics Innovation Processes: Potential Pitfalls and How to Prevent Them – An LSP Perspective”, in Wagner and Bode (eds.): Managing Innovation: The New Competitive Edge for Logistics Service Providers, ch. 7, pp 135-152. Berne: Haupt Verlag

  • Gammelgaard, B. (2004), “Schools in Logistics Research? A Methodology Framework for Analysis of the Disci-pline”, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Vol. 34, No. 6, pp. 479-491

  • Gammelgaard, B. and P. D. Larson (2001), ”Logistics Skills and Competencies for Supply Chain Management”, Journal of Business Logistics, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 27-50