N. (Niloofar) Etemadi
Niloofar is currently a researcher at LIUC- Cattaneo University for the current Ph.D. project; 'Secured by Blockchain: Developing cyber-risk free supply chains. This project was funded by LIUC Università Carlo Cattaneo Ateneo 2019’s competitive research awards, grant number 3840.
She is Graduated as MSc in Business Administration and BSc in Industrial Engineering with a specialization in supply chain and logistics from the university of science &technology, Iran.
Her research interests include implications of Blockchain and Distributed Ledger technology with a special emphasis on safety and security, as well as Industry 4.0 prospects on supply chain management.
Along with the threat of cyber risks derived from the growing connectedness of Industry 4.0, recent years have seen a growing interest in both blockchain and supply chain cyber security. My research focus on the cyber-risks in the supply chain and analysis the blockchain’s technology capabilities for cyber-risks prevention in international supply chain.
- Niloofar Etemadi, Yari Borbon-Galvez, Fernanda Strozzi. Managing cyber and disruption risks in the supply chain with blockchain: A systematic literature review) to 14th International Conference on Operations & Supply Chain Management (ICOSCM 2020).
- Niloofar Etemadi, Fernanda Strozzi, Eliana Minelli. The link between information technology and supply chain collaboration: A systematic literature review to Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Internationalization: A multidisciplinary perspective, joint paper development online workshop, University of Bergamo, Italy.
- Niloofar Etemadi. Analyzing the Demographic Characteristics on Brand Commitment and Hedonic Consumption in Purchasing Mobile Phones to 52 nd International Business Research Conference, Liuc universita, Cattaneo, Italy.
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Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management
Room number: C1.150
Responsible risk mangement
Implications of Blockchain
and Distributed Ledger technology with
a special emphasis on safety
and security, as well as Industry 4.0 prospects on supply chain management with a special emphasis on safety, sustainability, and innovation