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Jasmin Mikl

Jasmin Mikl MSc.
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CV

since 2018
University assistent
since 2018
PhD, Economics and social science
2016-2018
MSc, Export and Internationalisatiomanagement
2016-2018
Research associate
2013-2016
BSc, Betriebswirtschaft

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Activities

Attendance scientific meeting (Conference etc.)
  None POMS 2019 - Conference Presentation
  2019 EURAM 2019 Annual Conference - Conference Presentation
  2019 14th European Research Seminar (ERS) on Logistics and SCM - Conference Presentation
Mentoring
  2019 Institute for Transport and Logistics - Mentoring and supervision of Bachelor Thesis

Publications

Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium

2019 Dobrovnik, Mario, Herold, David Martin, Kummer, Sebastian, Mikl, Jasmin, Hribernik, Marko. 2019. An organisational theoretic review of blockchain literature in logistics and supply chain management: Identifying research questions and future directions. 14th European Research Seminar (ERS) on Logistics and SCM, Warsaw, Polen, 16.5.-17.5. (Details)
  Dobrovnik, Mario, Mikl, Jasmin, Hribernik, Marko, Herold, David Martin, Kummer, Sebastian. 2019. Examining real-world challenges of blockchain technology in logistics and supply chain management: The role of organisational theories. EURAM 2019 Annual Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 26.6.-28.6. (Details)
  Dobrovnik, Mario, Herold, David Martin, Mikl, Jasmin, Hribernik, Marko, Kummer, Sebastian. 2019. Linking organisational theories to logistics and supply chain management literature in the context of blockchain: Identifying new research questions and directions. POMS 30th Annual Conference, Washington, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 02.05.-06.05. (Details)

Projects

2019
City Logistics in Vienna: The impact of courier-, express- and parcel (CEP) service providers on urban road traffic (2019-2019) (Details)
Intermodal Transport: Carbon output evaluation through the conversion to rail (2019-2019) (Details)