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Department of Operations Management

Hans-Joachim
Schramm
External Lecturer
E-mail:
hsc.om@cbs.dk

Presentation

Dr. Dipl.-Vw. Hans-Joachim Schramm is senior lecturer (post doc) at WU Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien – Vienna University of Economics and Business and external lecturer at Copenhagen Business School (CBS). He holds a diploma degree in economics from Humboldt-University at Berlin and a doctoral degree from Dresden University of Technology. Being a forwarding agent by profession and secretary general of Internationaler Verband der Tarifeure (IVT) - Organization of Tariff and Transport Experts, main focus of his research and teaching activity is about the management of transport and logistics companies, trade facilitation as well as economics and policy issues in sea, air, rail and road transport markets. So far, he authored several papers and monographs and contributed to peer-review processes at IJLM, IJPDLM, IJPR, JBL, JTG, LR and MPM. Furthermore, he was visiting lecturer at universities in Belgium, China, Cuba, Denmark, Finland, France, Hungary and Sweden.

Primary research areas

  • Management of transport and logistics companies
  • Freight forwarding and transport management
  • Maritime logistics, esp. container and roro shipping
  • Intermodal Transport (road-to-rail, road-to-sea)
  • Trade facilitation of export/import operations
  • Supply chain controlling and finance

Selected publications

  • Schramm, H.-J. (2012) Freight Forwarder’s Intermediary Role in Multimodal Transport Chains – A Social Network Analysis, Physica-Verlag: Heidelberg, Neckar (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-7908-2775-0)
  • Kummer, S., Schramm, H.-J. and I. Sudy (2010) Internationales Transport- und Logistikmanagement (2.ed.), UTB: Wien (ISBN 9783825283353)
  • Kummer, S. and H.-J. Schramm (2004) Internationales Transport- und Logistikmanagement, WUV-Facultas-Verlag: Wien (ISBN 9783838583358)
Courses
  • MSc elective: Global Transportation and Maritime Logistics (teacher)
  • BSc IB: Global Supply Chain Management (teacher)
Supervision
  • Business Projects and MSc Thesis
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