Relevance of Humanitarian Logistics Research: Best Practices and Way Forward (Summary)

18.12.2017 By Nathan Kunz, Luk N. Van Wassenhove, Maria Besiou, Christophe Hambye, Gyöngyi Kovacs   This paper is based on a panel discussion at the 2015 conference of the European Operations Management Association (EurOMA). The panel brought together three academics and one practitioner to discuss how humanitarian logistics research can become more relevant for practice. […]

Journal of Humanitarian Logistics – 2017 round up

11.12.2017 By Claire Jackson, Senior Publisher: Operations, Logistics and Quality, Emerald Publishing   Launched in 2011, JHLSCM remains the only dedicated outlet for academic and practitioner research on humanitarian logistics and supply chain management. Under the Editorship of Nezih Altay and Ira Haavisto the journal is going from strength to strength. A full list of […]