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Prof. Vipulesh Shardeo

Prof. Vipulesh Shardeo

PhD, IIT Delhi; M. Tech. (Industrial Engineering and Management), IIT(ISM) Dhanbad; B. E. (Industrial and Production Engineering), RGPV Bhopal.


Contact: 011-41242474

Total Years of Experience

1 year 3 months

Brief description of Experience

Dr. Vipulesh Shardeo is an Assistant Professor in the area of Operations Management at FORE School of Management, Delhi, India. Prior to joining FSM, he has worked with Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, Delhi. He has completed his PhD in Operations from Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India. He has done M. Tech. majoring Industrial Engineering and Management from Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines) Dhanbad, India. His research has been published in various journals of international repute including Industrial Management & Data Systems, International Journal of Information Technology and Decision Making, International Journal of Logistics Management, Sustainable Production and Consumption and so forth. He has also presented his research works in various international conferences or repute including POMS, INFORMS, IEOM and so on.

Research Interest Areas

Freight Transportation, Intermodal Transportation, Logistics Management, Supply Chain, Multi Criteria Decision Making.

Consulting Interest Areas

Logistics Management, Performance Improvement, Process Optimization.

Selected Publications

1) Shardeo, V., Madaan, J. and Chan, F.T.S. (2022), An empirical analysis of freight mode choice factors amid the COVID-19 outbreak, Industrial Management & Data Systems, Vol. 122 No. 12, pp. 2783-2805. [ABDC – A; Cite Score – 7.3]
2) Shardeo, V., Patil, A., & Madaan, J. (2020). Critical Success Factors for Blockchain Technology Adoption in Freight Transportation Using Fuzzy ANP–Modified TISM Approach. International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making, Vol. 19 No. 6, pp. 1549-1580. [Q1; Cite Score – 4.5; ABDC - C]
3) Patil, A., Shardeo, V., Dwivedi, A., & Paul, S. (2023), “An integrated framework for digitalization of humanitarian supply chains in post COVID-19 era”, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Vol. 87, 103574. [ABDC – A, Cite Score – 6.5]
4) Patil, A., Madaan, J., Shardeo, V., Charan, P. and Dwivedi, A. (2022), "Material convergence issue in the pharmaceutical supply chain during a disease outbreak", The International Journal of Logistics Management, Vol. 33 No. 3, pp. 955-996. [ABDC - A, Impact Factor - 5.6, Cite Score – 7.6]
5) Shardeo, V., Patil, A., Dwivedi, A. & Madaan, J. (2022). Investigating the Transport Flexibility Measures for Freight Transportation: A Fuzzy Best-Worst Method approach. International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management, Vol. 23 No. 2, pp. 268-295. DOI: 10.1504/IJLSM.2020.10032319 [Q2; Cite Score – 1.9; Scopus Indexed]
6) Patil, A., Shardeo, V. and Madaan, J. (2021). Modelling performance measurement barriers of humanitarian supply chain, International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, Vol. 70 No. 8, pp. 1972-2000. [Q1; Cite Score – 3.3; ABDC - B]
7) Patil, A., Shardeo, V., Dwivedi, A., Madaan, J., & Varma, N. (2021). Barriers to sustainability in humanitarian medical supply chains. Sustainable Production and Consumption, Vol. 27, pp. 1794-1807. [Q1, Cite Score – 5.1; Impact Factor - 3.6]
8) Dwivedi, A., Shardeo, V. and Patil, A. (2022), Analysis of recovery measures for sustainable freight transportation, Journal of Asia Business Studies, Vol. 16 No. 3, pp. 495-514. [ABDC - C, Cite Score – 4.6]

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