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Dr Mukesh Kumar

Biography:

Dr Mukesh Kumar is a Research Associate specialising in risk and resilience of global networks at the IfM's Centre for International Manufacturing. Mukesh's main research and practice interests are in the areas of risk and resilience in international manufacturing and supply networks. He has developed risk management processes for global manufacturing investment decisions and supply chain management, with industrial funding received from Sealed Air. Currently working on various projects related to industrial risk and resilience and involved in masters’ thesis supervisions and teaching (DTC cohorts & limited teaching involvement in ISMM). Before joining the University of Cambridge, Mukesh's previous roles have been in the financial sector as a senior analyst, and corporate finance consultant. He holds a PhD degree from the University of Cambridge.

Current Projects:
“UK-India Food Supply Chains: Sustainability and Food Security” in collaboration with IIM Lucknow, funded by UKIERI
“Climate Change Implications on Global Supply Networks” with 4CMR group, funded by the Three Guineas Trust
“EU – China High Value Engineering Networks”, funded by FP7
“Engineering – Uncertainty, Risk and Resilience”, funded by CUED
“Risk and Resilience of Global Supply Networks and Future Industrial Systems”, funded by CIM

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Dr Mukesh Kumar is a Research Associate specialising in risk and resilience of global networks at the IfM's Centre for International Manufacturing. Mukesh's main research and practice interests are in the areas of risk and resilience in international manufacturing and supply networks. He has developed risk management processes for global manufacturing investment decisions and supply chain management, with industrial funding received from Sealed Air. Currently working on various projects related to industrial risk and resilience and involved in masters’ thesis supervisions and teaching (DTC cohorts & limited teaching involvement in ISMM). Before joining the University of Cambridge, Mukesh's previous roles have been in the financial sector as a senior analyst, and corporate finance consultant. He holds a PhD degree from the University of Cambridge.

Current Projects:
“UK-India Food Supply Chains: Sustainability and Food Security” in collaboration with IIM Lucknow, funded by UKIERI
“Climate Change Implications on Global Supply Networks” with 4CMR group, funded by the Three Guineas Trust
“EU – China High Value Engineering Networks”, funded by FP7
“Engineering – Uncertainty, Risk and Resilience”, funded by CUED
“Risk and Resilience of Global Supply Networks and Future Industrial Systems”, funded by CIM

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