International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management: Volume 45 Issue 4


Table of contents - Special Issue: NOFOMA 2014

Logistics innovation development: a micro-level perspective

Alex da Mota Pedrosa, Vera Blazevic, Claudia Jasmand

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the microfoundations of customer knowledge acquisition during logistics innovation development. Specifically, the authors explore the…


The emergence of city logistics: the case of Copenhagen’s Citylogistik-kbh

Britta Gammelgaard

Many city logistics projects in Europe have failed. A better understanding of the complex organizational change processes in city logistics projects with many stakeholders may…


Humanitarian logistics: the role of logistics service providers

Diego Vega, Christine Roussat

In recent years, logistics service providers (LSPs) have become important players in the humanitarian field, providing support for NGOs and governments when they respond to major…


Supply chain structures shaping portfolio of technologies: Exploring the impact of integration through the “dual arcs” framework

Vikram Bhakoo, Prakash Jagat Singh, Austin Chia

The purpose of this paper is to develop a better understanding of how the supply chain structure (i.e. degree of vertical integration) of a focal organization shapes the breadth…

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