Emily Dickey joined the KLU as a PhD candidate in September 2020 under the primary and secondary supervision of Prof. Dr. Prisca Brosi and Prof. Dr. Jan Fransoo, respectively. Her research is based jointly at the crossroads of organizational behavior and supply chain management, with particular focus on bridging the two fields by addressing decent work and labor rights in global supply chains.
Emily graduated with a BSc from the University of Tennessee in the United States in 2018, where she studied Supply Chain Management and first began her academic research in sustainable and ethical supply chain practices. Before joining KLU as a PhD candidate, Emily completed a double MSc degree in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management from both the University of Tennessee and the KLU. She completed her studies with a Master thesis analyzing supply chain transparency initiatives and their impact on consumer perceptions of labor conditions in garment supply chains.
|Since 2020||PhD candidate at Kühne Logistics University, Hamburg, Germany|
|2020||Master of Science in Supply Chain Management, Tri-Continent Supply Chain, University of Tennessee, Haslam College of Business, Knoxville, TN, USA|
|2020||Dual Degree, Kühne Logistics University, Hamburg, Germany|
|2020||Tongji University, Shanghai, China (Partner University)|
|2018||Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, University of Tennessee, Haslam College of Business|
|2020||Fleet Management Intern, Kimberly-Clark, Knoxville, TN, USA|
|2019||Graduate Research Assistant, University of Tennessee, Haslam College of Business, Knoxville, TN, USA|
|2017 - 2018||Organizational Analytics Intern, TopSpot Internet Marketing Solutions, Houston, TX, USA|