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Jeff Jia

Chair Professor of Supply Chain Management, The York Management School

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Fu Jia, PhD, is a Chair (Full) Professor of Supply Chain Management and Director of Sustainability and Resilience Theme at the University of York Management School, England. He is also a visiting professor to several universities including Zhejiang and Fudan Universities. Prof. Jia is Sustanability and Resilience Theme Lead (director) at the York Management School, University of York. He was previously director of Business, Nature and Value (BNV) Research Centre at Exeter and currently leads a number of projects funded by Newton Fund, ESRC, EPSRC and industrial sources related to supply chain management and e-commerce both in the UK and in China. His research interests have been in supply chain management represented in five streams: supply relationship management in a cross cultural context, global sourcing, supply chain learning and innovation, agricultural supply chain and cooperatives and sustainable supply chain management. He has published extensively in leading international OM/SCM journals such as JoM, IJOPM, JCP, JBL, IJPE, SCM, JPSM and IBR among others. Prof. Jia is an Associate Editor to International Journal of Operations and Production Management (IJOPM; IF: 3.34), Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management (JPSM; IF: 3.24) and International Food and Agri-business Management Review (IFAMR). He is an executive board member of IPSERA. Prof. Jia obtained his PhD from Cranfield, MBA from Birmingham, UK. Prior to his academic career, he had worked several years in the 3PL sector in Beijing, China.

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Interdisciplinary Global Development Centre
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Interdisciplinary Global Development Centre
igdc@york.ac.uk
01904 321042
Department of Politics, University of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD, UK
@York_IGDC