ISIR 2023 Summer School - Call for Papers
24-28 July 2023, Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University
Mitigating inventory uncertainty through whole systems thinking
The total value of inventories in developed nations is around 15% of their GDP! Tiny savings in such investment have enormous economic implications. But with global disruptions, including more recently Brexit, the covid-19 pandemic, war in Europe and the subsequent economic crisis, the ability to control and manage such inventories requires different ways of thinking to make the whole supply chain more resilient to disruptions.
The International Society for Inventories Research (ISIR) is a community of scientists that are interested in all aspects of inventory management; from inventory modelling to pricing, and from financial research to relevant (macro-)economic issues, and indeed one of the founding people of the Society and first President was Kenneth Arrow.
Organised and hosted by Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University, on behalf of the ISIR, the 16th ISIR PhD Summer School will be held in the capital city of Cardiff, Wales, UK, from 24th July to 28th July 2023.
Both Ph.D. students and senior researchers are kindly asked to register before Monday, 19 June 2023. Information on the venue, travel and accommodation can also be found on this page. The registration fee of £155 will cover participation, lunches and two dinners, and the industry visits.