Associate Professor
Ph.D. in Business Economics - KU Leuven
Major Coordinator
Track: Operations Management
LEM Member
  • 2016 : Ph.D. in Business Economics, KU Leuven, Belgium
  • 2011 : Master in General Management, Vlerick Business School, Belgium
  • 2010 : Master in Commercial Engineering, KU Leuven, Belgium
Professional Experiences
Academic Experience
  • 2016 - present, Professor, IÉSEG School of Management, Lille, France
  • 2012 - 2016, Doctoral Researcher, Vlerick Business School, Gent, Belgium
  • 2011 - 2012, Junior researcher, Vlerick Business School, Gent, Belgium
Scientific prizes and Awards
  • 2017 : Finalist for the Franz Edelman Award for Achievement in Operations Research, INFORMS
  • 2010 : Award for best Thesis on Procurement and Supply Chain Management, VIB
Published Papers in Refereed Journals
  • Creemers S., Lambrecht Marc, Belien Jeroen, Van Den Broeke M., (2020). Evaluation of appointment scheduling rules: A multi-performance measurement approach, Omega, 100 (102231) 1-15.
  • Van Den Broeke M., De Baets Shari, Vereecke Ann, Baecke Philippe, Vanderheyden Karlien, (2018). Judgmental forecast adjustments over different time horizons, Omega, 000 1-12.
  • Van den Broeke M., Boute R., Cardoen B., Samii B., (2017). An efficient solution method to design the cost-minimizing platform portfolio, European Journal of Operational Research, 259 (1) 236-250.
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  • Vereecke A., Van Steendam T., Van den Broeke M., (2016). The 7 Cs of Supply Chain Management: Practices for Profitable Growth, Journal of Marketing Development and Competitiveness, 10 (1) 94-105.
  • Van den Broeke M., Boute R., Samii B., (2015). Evaluation of product-platform decisions based on total supply chain costs, International Journal of Production Research, 53 (18) 5545-5563.
  • Van den Broeke M., Boute R., (2014). Advantages and disadvantages of product platforms: insights from literature, Review of Business and Economic Literature, 58 (3) 186-210.
Research field
  • Operations Management
Grande Ecole Program:
  • Introduction to operations management