Science Luxembourg, May 14, 2020:
Press Conference COVID-19 Task Force
Luxemburger Wort, April 27, 2020:
Social Sciences in China Press, March 30, 2020:
COVID-19 May Drive Global Supply Chain Restructuring
The European Business Review, March 26, 2020:
Let Your Supply Chains Be Sustainable Too: Sound Advice from Luxembourg
Lëtzebuerger Land, March 20, 2020:
Effet coup de fouet
The Conversation, together with Xiodan Pan, March 12, 2020:
- When the coronavirus gets tough, the tough get stockpiling
- Le coronavirus se répand, tout comme l’inquiétude des consommateurs
Luxemburger Wort, March 9, 2020, p. 12:
Gestörte Lieferketten / Ein Virus trifft die globalisierte Wirtschaft
ARD Tagesschau, March 1, 2020:
Verkehrswende: Nahverkehr in Luxemburg kostenlos
ARD Tagesschau, March 1, 2020, Luxemburg probt die Verkehrswende
ARD Tagesschau, February 29, 2020, Kostenloser ÖPNV ist erst der Anfang
Radio 100,7; February 27, 2002, Wat bréngt Leit dozou, vum Auto op Bus an Zuch ëmzeklammen?
Paperjam, February 11, 2020, The coronavirus and its impact on global supply chains
Deutschlandfunk, January 3, 2020, Verkehrswende in Luxemburg – Bus und Bahn bald kostenlos
ARD Tagesschau, January 3, 2020, Luxemburg probt die Verkehrswende
Bayerischer Rundfunk, Kostenloser ÖPNV: Luxemburg probt die Verkehrswende
AHK Debelux Magazine, December 2019/January 2020, Digitalisierung ist kein Hobby
AHK Debelux Magazine, December 2019/January 2020, Künstliche Intelligenz – Immer noch eine Blackbox?
Digital Supply Chain Roundtable Series, September 27, 2018, Artificial intelligence – The rise of the machines (and the regulator?)
Lëtzebuerger Journal, August 7, 2018, Der Wegbegleiter des Internets der Dinge
IT One, June 22, 2018, Artificial Intelligence: Separating the hype from reality
Solutions Magazine, June 25, 2018, L’ai á l’œuvre lors du Luxembourg Analytics Summit
Happen (2017), pp. 54-64, Luxembourg Logistics – Embracing the data-driven revolution
Luxemburger Wort, September 28, 2017, Künstliche Intelligenz: Erst muss der Chef überzeugt werden
L’essentiel, January 10, 2017, Benny Mantin, directeur du Centre for Logistics
Supply Chain Management Review, January 12, 2017, Benny Mantin appointed Director of the Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Luxembourg Chronicle, January 11, 2017, Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management appoints new director
Following the air disaster in June 2014, over Ukrainian air space, BBC radio’s James Coomarasamy, host of Newshour, got in touch with Management Science professor, Benny Mantin for a talk about the scrutiny airlines are under regarding their route planning and the economics behind it.
The discussion focussed mainly on the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and their role in flight planning for civilian aircraft. Listen to Benny’s full discussion with James:
A United Nations Organization, the ICAO has traditionally worked to provide global meteorological information and flight standards to better support the growing global community and its air travel needs. Recently the ICAO held a forum in Montreal addressing risk assessment, types of risks and how best to provide the materials to key points of international aviation planning. Currently it is up to individual nations to assess and report the risks to civil authorities. With no standard assessment or mandated requirement, it can make it difficult for airlines to plan accordingly.
With Dr. Mantin’s research in aviation economics he was able to provide a unique perspective on the role and expectations the ICAO has held in the past and possible future incentives for airlines and the passengers that fly with them.
Perhaps with the task force results and more relevant information available to the public, including the travellers and the insurance companies, the aviation industry will have a stronger motive when to developing their business plans for tomorrow.