The stand-in position at the chair for production and logistics is held by Prof. Dr. Matthias Klumpp. He studied Business Administration, Economics and Education at the Universities of Leipzig, Strasbourg and Berlin (HU), received his PhD from the University of Leipzig and his venia legendi (Habilitation) in business administration at the University of Duisburg-Essen (2019).

Research Areas

  • Digital production, retail and logistics operations
  • Sustainability in global supply chains
  • Qualification and knowledge management in logistics
  • Efficiency measurement / data envelopment analysis
  • Artificial intelligence and Human-Computer-Interaction (HCI)

Google Scholar profile

Selected Publications
Vollmer, S., Monfared, I., Klumpp, M. (2022): Data from Germany and the United States regarding the Public Opinion towards Global Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccines. Scientific Data (Nature), accepted.

Timperio, G., Klumpp, M., de Souza, R., Goh, K., Tunmuy, M., Loh, X. H. (2022): Beneficiary-centric Decision Support Framework for Enhanced Resource Coordination in Humanitarian Logistics: A Case Study from ASEAN. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, accepted. [VHB 3: B]

Debbing, C., Hesenius, M., Hagemann, V., Ruiner, C., Klumpp, M. (2022): Job Demands and Resources when Using Technologies at Work – Development of a Digital Work Typology. Employee Relations, accepted. [VHB 3: B]

Ruiner, C., Klumpp, M. (2022): You make me feel … autonomous or controlled: A mixed-method study on for- and non-profit platform organizations. Information, Communication & Society, online first.
DOI 10.1080/1369118X.2022.2097016

Klumpp, M., Monfared, I. G, Vollmer, S. (2022): Public opinion on global distribution of COVID-19 vaccines: Evidence from two nationally representative surveys in Germany and the United States. Vaccine, Vol. 40, No. 16, 2457-2461.
DOI 10.1016/j.vaccine.2022.02.084

Loske, D., Klumpp, M. (2022): Verifying the effects of digitalisation in retail logistics: an efficiency-centred approach. International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, Vol. 25, No. 2, 203-227.
DOI 10.1080/13675567.2020.1815681 [VHB 3: C]

Ruiner, C., Klumpp, M. (2022): Autonomy and new modes of control in digital work contexts – a mixed-methods study of driving professions in food logistics. Employee Relations, online first.
DOI 10.1108/ER-04-2021-0139 [VHB 3: B]

Klumpp, M., Loske, D., Bicciato, S. (2022): COVID-19 health policy evaluation: integrating health and economic perspectives with a data envelopment analysis approach. The European Journal of Health Economics, online first.
DOI 10.1007/s10198-021-01425-7 [VHB 3: B]

Loske, D., Klumpp, M. (2022): Quantifying heterogeneity in human behavior: An empirical analysis of forklift operations through multilevel modeling. Logistics Research, Vol. 15, No. 1.
DOI 10.23773/2022_1 [VHB 3: C]

Willnat, M., Lembcke, T.-B., Harnischmacher, C., Prinz, C., Klumpp, M. (2021):
How Far are You Gonna Go? Understanding Pedestrian Catchment Areas in Shared Mobility Systems, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Austin, USA.
Link [VHB 3: A]

Loske, D., Klumpp, M. (2021):
The impact of human skills in forklift operating: An empirical analysis through multi-level modeling. Logistics Research, online first.
Link [VHB 3: C]

Loske, D., Klumpp, M. (2021):
Human-AI collaboration in route planning: An empirical efficiency-based analysis in retail logistics. International Journal of Production Economics, online first.
DOI 10.1016/j.ijpe.2021.108236 [VHB 3: B]

Witt, T., Klumpp, M. (2021):
Multi-Period Multi-Criteria Decision Making under Uncertainty: A Renewable Energy Transition Case from Germany. Sustainability, 13(11), 6300.
DOI: 10.3390/su13116300 [VHB 3: C]

Klumpp, M., Loske, D. (2021):
Sustainability and Resilience Revisited: Impact of Information Technology Disruptions on Empirical Retail Logistics Efficiency. Sustainability, 13(10), 5650.
DOI: 10.3390/su13105650 [VHB 3: C]

Loske, D., Klumpp, M. (2021):
Intelligent and efficient? An empirical analysis of human–AI collaboration for truck drivers in retail logistics. International Journal of Logistics Management, online first.
DOI 10.1108/IJLM-03-2020-01498 [VHB 3: C]

Loske, D., Klumpp, M. (2020):
Verifying the Effects of Digitalization in Retail Logistics: An Efficiency-centered Approach. International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications.
DOI: 10.1080/13675567.2020.1815681 [VHB 3: C]

Klumpp, M., Zijm, W.M.H. (2019):
Logistics Innovation and Social Sustainability: How to Prevent an Artificial Divide in Human-Machine Interaction. Journal of Business Logistics, 40(3), 265-278.
DOI 10.1111/jbl.12198 [VHB 3: B]

Abidi, H., Dullaert, W., De Leeuw, S., Lysko, D., Klumpp, M. (2019):
Strategic Partner Evaluation Criteria for Logistics Service Provider Networks. International Journal of Logistics Management, 30(2), 438-466.
DOI 0.1108/IJLM-07-2017-0178 [VHB 3: C]

Klumpp, M. (2018):
How to Achieve Supply Chain Sustainability Efficiently? Taming the Triple Bottom Line Split Business Cycle. Sustainability, 10(2), 397.
DOI: 10.3390/su10020397 [VHB 3: C]

Klumpp, M. (2018):
Automation and artificial intelligence in business logistics systems: Human reactions and collaboration requirements. International Journal of Logistics, 21(3), 224-242.
DOI 10.1080/13675567.2017.1384451 [VHB 3: C]

Klumpp, M. (2017):
Do Forwarders Improve Sustainability Efficiency? Evidence from a European DEA Malmquist Index Calculation. Sustainability, 9(5), 942.
DOI: 10.3390/su9050842 [VHB 3: C]

Klumpp, M. (2016):
To green or not to green: A political, economic and social analysis for the past failure of green logistics. Sustainability, 8(5), 441.
DOI: 10.3390/su8050441 [VHB 3: C]

Abidi, H., de Leeuw, S., Klumpp, M. (2014):
Humanitarian supply chain performance management: A systematic literature review. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal [SSCI], 19(5/6), 592-608.
DOI 10.1108/SCM-09-2013-0349 [VHB 3: B]