Claire Hannibal Liverpool John Moores University
Professor Claire Hannibal (née Moxham) is Professor of Operations Management and Associate Dean for Research and Knowledge Transfer at Liverpool John Moores University in UK. Claire’s overarching research focus is on operational and supply chain performance improvement. She is interested in improving the mechanisms for measuring sustainability across international supply chains and recent research in International Journal of Production Economics and Supply Chain Management: An International Journal has examined the role of labelling in assuring the social sustainability of multi-tier supply chains. She has also expertise in humanitarian supply chain management and in 2020 won the Chris Voss Highly Commended Paper Award at the European Operations Management Association (EurOMA) conference and published articles in International Journal of Operations and Production Management and Annals of Operation Research on this topic.
Claire completed her PhD at Manchester Business School on the topic of voluntary sector performance measurement in 2006, which won the 2007 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award in the category of Operations and Production Management. Prior to joining Liverpool John Moores University, Claire has held Faculty positions at Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Wolverhampton, University of Liverpool, University of Bradford and University of Manchester. Before joining academia in 2003, Claire worked for 3 years in Ethiopia with Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) and has held managerial positions in manufacturing, textile processing and retail.