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Dr Debashree De

Lecturer
EBS - Strategy, Operations and Entrepreneurship (SOE)
Dr Debashree De
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    +44 (0) 1702 328423

  • Location

    GB.3.64, Southend Campus

Profile

Biography

Debashree De is a Lecturer in Supply Chain Management.She is passionate about solving sustainability related issues, specially in the manufacturing sector. In broader aspect her research interest encompasses green supply chain management, sustainability, low carbon strategies and operations management. She has worked with Small and Medium Enterprises(SMEs) and the Indian farming supply chain. She is a Fellow of Higher Education Academy. She welcomes inquiries from potential PhD students.

Research and professional activities

Current research

The transformative role of digital technologies for resilience in Fresh Food supply chains in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

To explore how Fresh Food supply chains (FFSC) have been affected due to the restrictions placed during the multiple COVID- 19 lockdowns. To explore ways in which digital technologies (DT) have helped to transform and improve resilience in FFSCs during and after the restrictions. Specifically, to identify best practices in FFSCs that used digital technologies to help monitor food quality and keep running their businesses during the lockdown

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Business Creation and Growth (BE200)

  • Supply Chain Management (BE260)

  • Principles of Operations and Supply Chain Management (BE424)

  • Professional and Academic Development (BE905)

  • Research Methods (BE955)

Publications

Journal articles (8)

Dey, PK., Malesios, C., Chowdhury, S., Saha, K., Budhwar, P. and De, D., (2022). Adoption of circular economy practices in small and medium-sized enterprises: Evidence from Europe. International Journal of Production Economics. 248, 108496-108496

Dey, PK., Yang, G-L., Malesios, C., De, D. and Evangelinos, K., (2021). Performance Management of Supply Chain Sustainability in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Using a Combined Structural Equation Modelling and Data Envelopment Analysis. Computational Economics. 58 (3), 573-613

Malesios, C., De, D., Moursellas, A., Dey, PK. and Evangelinos, K., (2021). Sustainability performance analysis of small and medium sized enterprises: Criteria, methods and framework. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences. 75, 100993-100993

Dey, PK., Malesios, C., De, D., Budhwar, P., Chowdhury, S. and Cheffi, W., (2020). Circular economy to enhance sustainability of small and medium-sized enterprises. Business Strategy and the Environment. 29 (6), 2145-2169

De, D., Chowdhury, S., Dey, PK. and Ghosh, SK., (2020). Impact of Lean and Sustainability Oriented Innovation on Sustainability Performance of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises: A Data Envelopment Analysis-based framework. International Journal of Production Economics. 219, 416-430

Dey, PK., Malesios, C., De, D., Chowdhury, S. and Abdelaziz, FB., (2020). The Impact of Lean Management Practices and Sustainably‐Oriented Innovation on Sustainability Performance of Small and Medium‐Sized Enterprises: Empirical Evidence from the UK. British Journal of Management. 31 (1), 141-161

Dey, PK., Malesios, C., De, D., Chowdhury, S. and Abdelaziz, FB., (2019). Could lean practices and process innovation enhance supply chain sustainability of small and medium-sized enterprises?. Business Strategy and the Environment. 28 (4), 582-598

Ghosh, SK., Debnath, B., Baidya, R., De, D., Li, J., Ghosh, SK., Zheng, L., Awasthi, AK., Liubarskaia, MA., Ogola, JS. and Tavares, AN., (2016). Waste electrical and electronic equipment management and Basel Convention compliance in Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) nations. Waste Management & Research. 34 (8), 693-707

Conferences (1)

Tanksale, A., De, D. and Kumar, N., A multi-objective model for placement optimization in refugee resettlement

Grants and funding

2022

The transformative role of digital technologies for resilience in Fresh Food supply chains in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

University of Essex

Contact

d.de@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1702 328423

Location:

GB.3.64, Southend Campus