Beiträge als Autor:
- The Unintended Economic Consequences of Complex Peace Operations on Host Societies (aus der Publikation Economic Impacts of Crisis Response Operations.)
Prof. Dr. Michael Eßig holds the Chair for Materials Management & Distribution at the Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany and is Co-Director of the Research Center for Law and Management of Public Procurement as well as the Transfer Center for Defence Supply Chain Management. His main research interests are strategic supply management, supply networks, supply chain management, public procurement, and economic theory, especially new institutional economics. In this context, he has worked on several research projects, such as on purchasing consortia, international comparison of best practices in supply, defence procurement and logistics. This includes membership in two major international research networks, the International Purchasing Survey (IPS) Research Network and the International Research Study on Public Procurement (IRSPP) Group. For his research work, Eßig has received several prizes, including the Hans Övelgönne Scientific Award 2000 of the German National Purchasing Association (Bundesverband Materialwirtschaft, Einkauf und Logistik/BME), a best paper award on e-procurement at the 2000 International IPSERA Conference in Sweden and several doctoral grants for conference presentations from the National Association of Purchasing Management (NAPM, now Institute for Supply Management/ISM) and IPSERA.