- Assistant Professor in Supply Chain Management & Logistics

Discipline department
Supply Chain Management and Information Systems Unit
Teaching area
Supply Chain Management
Strategic Management
Alexandre Lavissière teaches in the fields of Logistics, Transportation, Supply Chain and Strategy. He obtained
his M.S. and PhD in Management from Kedge Business School. His research interests are in International
Trade, Logistics and Transportation, and more specifically Free Ports, Dry Ports, Port Management and Airport
Handling. He was a consultant in strategy during ten years for several companies and international institutions
in more than 20 countries. He has participated and managed research projects for several governments, the
World Bank and mineral companies.
2014: PhD in Management - Kedge Business School Marseille
Professional experience
  • Since 2013: Professor in Supply Chain Management and Logistics - EM Normandie
  • 2011-2013: Senior Consultant - Advanced Logistics Group, Barcelona
  • 2005-2011: Strategy Consultant - Cofinter, Paris
  • 2004-2005: Junior Consultant - EIM Group, Brussels
  • 2003-2004: Assistant Account Manager Sopexa UK, Londres
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+33 (0)2 32 92 59 99

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Year of publication


Lavissière, A 2014, 'Free ports of the 21st Century, a logistic approach to the phenomenon', Ecricome Ph.D Universa, Kedge Business School Marseille
PhD Dissertation / Accreditation to Supervise Management Research

Mandjak, T, Lavissière, A, Hofmann, J, Bouchery, Y, Lavissière, M-C, Faury, O & Sohier, R (forthcoming), 'Port marketing from a multidisciplinary perspective: A systematic literature review  and lexicometric analysis', Transport Policy. CNRS: 3 ; HCERES: B

Academic articles

Fedi, L, Lavissière, A, Russell, D, & Swanson, D 2019, 'The facilitating role of IT systems for legal compliance: the case of Port Community Systems and container Verified Gross Mass (VGM)', Supply Chain Forum: an International Journal, vol. 20, no. 1, pp. 29-42. CNRS: 4, FNEGE: 3 ; HCERES: B

Academic articles

Lavissière, A 2018, 'Vessel port dues: an influence from path dependency rather than geography of ports', Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics, vol. 34, no. 2, pp.61-70

Academic articles
Desoutter, M & Lavissière, A 2018, 'Handling Supply Chain Crises when everything has been done to avoid them', Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal, vol. 19, no. 2, pp.0-0; CNRS: 4; FNEGE: 3; HCERES: B
Academic articles

Lavissière, A, Mandjak, T & Fedi, L 2016, 'The key role of infrastructure in backshoring operations: the case of free-zones', Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal, vol. 17, no. 3, pp.143-155; CNRS: 4; FNEGE: 3; HCERES: C

Academic articles
Lavissière, A, Fedi, L & Cheaitou, A 2014, 'A modern concept of free ports in the 21st Century: a definition towards a supply chain added value', Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal, vol. 15, no. 3, pp.22-28; CNRS: 4; AERES: C; FNEGE: 4
Academic articles

Lavissière, A, Mandjak, T & Hofmann, J 2018, 'A nested business network model: The network Rubik’s Cube', 26th Annual Conference of the International Association of Maritime Economists (IAME 2018), Mombasa, Kenya, Sept, 11-14.

Academic communications

Fedi, L, Lavissière, A & Russel, D 2017, 'Verified Gross Mass (VGM) Adoption at Leading Seaports: A Diffusion of Innovation Assessment of Implementation', IAME 2017, Kyoto, Japan, June, 27-30

Academic communications

Lasmoles, O, Lavissière, A & Mandjak, T 2017, 'Sinking out of the box: a network analysis of shipwrecks', 33rd annual IMP Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, September, 5-8

Academic communications