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.
- 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
Year of publication
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)
Lavissière, A, Fedi, L, Russell, D, & Swanson, D (forthcoming), '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. CNRS: 4, FNEGE: 3 ; HCERES: B
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.