Montpellier Business School

Dr. Dubey Rameshwar

Dubey Rameshwar
Fonction Full Professor
Research themes Supply chain, Sustainable supply chain
Teaching department Operations, information & decisions

Tel: +33(0)4 67 10 60 42

Short Bio

Professor. Rameshwar Dubey is a Full Professor-Operations Management, Montpellier Business School, France, and Reader-Operations Management (visiting) at Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University, and the Adjunct Professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Jammu. Rameshwar is also an Associate Editors of Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management, International Journal of Information Management, Operations Management Research, Benchmarking: An International Journal, Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management, Management of Environmental Quality, and consulting editor of Hospital Topics a reputable Journal in the field of healthcare operations management. He has also taught at some of the leading international school which includes the University of Hull, Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds, MDI Gurgaon, India, Indian Institute of Management, Jammu, India, the Faculty of Engineering, UNESP, Bauru, SP, Brazil, Southern University of Science and Technology of China, Stockholm School of Business, Stockholm, Sweden, and Audencia Business School, Nantes, France. Rameshwar’s research interests include supply chain management, operations management, and business analytics with a strong focus on humanitarian operations management, sustainable supply chain management, supply chain design issues, and the application of emerging technologies in disaster relief operations. For his academic work, Rameshwar has received several awards: the outstanding reviewer award International Journal of Production Economics, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Cleaner Production, and the best reviewer award Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management (2014, 2016), Management Decision (2018) and received a title on 8th November 2019 at Bauru, SP, Brazil for a lifetime commitment to advancing scientific knowledge on supply chain management, operations management, information systems and technology for promoting innovation, enhancing industrial competitiveness and improving quality of life, both in Brazil and worldwide. Rameshwar has been shortlisted among the top 1% most cited scholars based on the web of science database and among top 200 scholars (based on the SCOPUS database) in the field of Business Management and Operations Research. Rameshwar is an active member of several professional societies, an active reviewer of over 75 leading international scientific journals, reviewer of Ph.D. thesis and other professional bodies engaged in the dissemination of grants. Rameshwar has successfully guided three Ph.D. theses and now currently supervising two Ph.D. students and four DBA students. Rameshwar has examined over twenty-six Ph.D. and DBA theses from the U.K., France, Australia, UAE, and India.

Selected intellectual contributions

Dwivedi Y., …, Barlette Y., …, Dubey R., …, et al. 2023. “So what if ChatGPT wrote it?” Multidisciplinary perspectives on opportunities, challenges and implications of generative conversational AI for research, practice and policy. International Journal of Information Management, 71:102642,

Dubey R., Bryde D.J., Dwivedi Y., Graham G., Foropon C. & PapadopoulosT. 2023. Dynamic digital capabilities and supply chain resilience: The role of government effectiveness. International Journal of Production Economics, 258: 108790.

Puri S., Dubey R., Puri S. & Ranjan J. 2023. Procter & Gamble: Recall of Old Spice Deodorants. Ivey Publishing.

Shibin K. T., Dubey R. & Hazen B. T. 2022. Partial least squares in supply chain management: an example study on sustainable supply chain management practices. In S. Childe & A. Soares (Eds.), Handbook of Research Methods for Supply Chain Management, 221, Edward Elgar Publishing, U.K.

Dubey R., Gunasekaran A. & Foropon C. Forthcoming. Improving information alignment and coordination in humanitarian supply chain through blockchain technology. Journal of Enterprise Information Management.

Dubey R., Bryde DJ., Dwivedi YK., Graham G. & Foropon C. 2022. Impact of Artificial Intelligence-driven Big Data analytics culture on agility and resilience in humanitarian supply chain: A practice-based view. International Journal of Production Economics, 250: 108618.

Dwivedi Y.K., Hughes L., Baabdullah A.M.,…….., Dubey R., Viglia G., Fosso Wamba S. 2022. Metaverse beyond the hype: Multidisciplinary perspectives on emerging challenges, opportunities, and agenda for research, practice and policy. International Journal of Information Management, 66: 102542.

Dubey R. 2023. Unleashing the potential of Digital Technologies in Emergency Supply Chain: The moderating effect of Crisis Leadership. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 123(1): 112-132.

Dubey R., Bryde D.J., Foropon C., Graham G., Giannakis M. & Mishra D.B. 2022. Agility in humanitarian supply chain: An organizational information processing perspective and relational view. Annals of Operations Research, 319(1): 559-579.


Supply Chain Modelling & Design (MBA)
Sectoral Supply Chain Management (MBA)
Sustainable Supply Chain (MBA)
Supply Chain Strategy (MBA)
Multi-modal transportation (MBA)
Advanced Supply Chain Management (MBA)
Logistics Management (MBA)
Operations Management (MBA)
Advanced Manufacturing (MBA)
Advanced Operations Research (MBA)
Advanced Statistics (MBA)
Marketing Research (MBA)
Marketing Model (MBA)
Research Methods (MBA)
Qualitative Research Methods (PhD at SIU)
Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management (PhD at UPES)
Big Data and Predictive Analytics (BS course at SUSTC)

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