Logistics Information Management: Volume 11 Issue 4


Operations and Logistics Management

Table of contents

Logical structure of information in relation to Japanese production and distribution

Hiroaki Seto

Savage concentrated on building a small world, which is not a probabilistic, but the definite world, in which sure‐thing principle works. He reached Kullback‐Leibler’s…

A study on marketing channel satisfaction in international markets

Yongkyu Kim

When an international firm enters an overseas market, international distribution channel structure is very important. Distribution channel structures decisions are made by…

Research paper: improving strategic decision making in logistics information management ‐ a framework

Geneviève J.S. Feraud

This research paper points out similarities between the strategic management of information technology and logistics information management, then reports the results of an…

Case study: reconfiguring a manufacturing system for strategic advantage ‐ a real‐world application

Ashok Kumar, Jaideep Motwani

Over the last ten years scores of methodologies have emerged in management science/operations research/statistics that employ techniques such as mathematical programming…

If the system fails, who is liable?

Richard Cardinali

How does an information system manager know who is liable if the system fails? The courts have had difficulty fitting this bifurcated world of goods and services. We, as…



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