“Absolute beginners”: how to improve English language

Here we are at the second appointment of the “Absolute Beginners” section dedicated to those taking their first steps in the world of research. We would like to apologise to those of you whose mother tongue is English. Still, in today’s article, we will talk about one of the first problems young researchers (and students)Continue reading ““Absolute beginners”: how to improve English language”

Reshoring, sustainability and innovation: synergies or trade-offs?

Author: Albachiara Boffelli You might remember that, in my very first article on this blog, I shared that my major research passions deal with reshoring, sustainability and technology. What I did not tell you is that, since your research reflects what you are passionate about, sooner or later you will strive for linking all yourContinue reading “Reshoring, sustainability and innovation: synergies or trade-offs?”

“What is logistics?” a challenging question

Author: Alexandra Lagorio Albachiara, last week made me think that if we really want to understand how the Covid-19 has impacted reshoring and logistics, we have to start again from asking ourselves what reshoring and logistics actually are. She then suggested doing two articles in which we try to define our two main research topics.Continue reading ““What is logistics?” a challenging question”

What is reshoring and what is it not?

Author: Albachiara Boffelli While I was about to start writing an article concerning the impact of Covid-19 on the reshoring phenomenon (spoiler alert: this will be one of the future articles on the Young SCholars blog), I realized that, most likely, many of our readers first needed clarification of what reshoring is and what itContinue reading “What is reshoring and what is it not?”

Introducing ourselves and our idea

Welcome to the Young SCholars blog! This is the first article ever published in this blog, so we thought it would be right to introduce ourselves and our idea. We are two research fellows at the University of Bergamo (Italy) and young scholars in the fields of supply chain, logistics and operations managements. One mightContinue reading “Introducing ourselves and our idea”