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A four-lens approach to logistics: as an advisor to the Government through the World Bank, as a logistics services provider (freight forwarding), as a manufacturer (supply chain management), and as a supply chain management consultant. In the past 5 years, Lamiaa has been providing advice and analytical support to the Indonesian government in terms of logistics and trade at the World Bank. Her projects consist of working with public and private stakeholders to identify regulatory and non-regulatory logistics bottlenecks in Indonesia, and analyze drivers and potential solutions to logistics and cross-border trade challenges. In doing so, she has co-led projects such as (1) analyzing the conditions for investing in several logistics sectors, (2) monitoring and evaluating the effect of regulatory changes on supply chain stakeholders, and (3) analyzing manufacturers’ logistics performance in Indonesia. More recently, she started exploring the development of E-commerce logistics in Indonesia. She is now part of the core team for the future World Bank report on the digital economy for inclusive development in Indonesia. Lamiaa has developed her expertise across China, Estonia, Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia. She has a Master’s degree in International Management from the University of Nantes’ School of Economics & Management, and a Bachelor in Management Sciences at the University of Paris Dauphine in France. Lamiaa also has a diploma on Port Management from Lloyd’s Maritime Academy & North West College in England.