Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Volume 9 Issue 1


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Fuzzy multi-attribute group decision making to identify the order of establishing temporary logistics hubs during disaster response

Rajali Maharjan, Shinya Hanaoka

The purpose of this paper is to reveal the importance of the order of establishment of temporary logistics hubs (TLHs) when resources (mobile storage units used as TLHs…

A disaster typology towards informing humanitarian relief supply chain design

Jonathon Mackay, Albert Munoz, Matthew Pepper

The purpose of this paper is to construct a typology of a disaster that informs humanitarian-relief supply chain (HRSC) design across the stages of disaster relief.

Outsourcing of humanitarian logistics to commercial logistics service providers: An empirical investigation

Ioanna Falagara Sigala, Tina Wakolbinger

The purpose of this paper is to empirically explore the potential of outsourcing of humanitarian logistics activities to commercial logistics service providers (LSPs…

Multi-level facility location-allocation problem for post-disaster humanitarian relief distribution: A case study

Seyed Mahdi Shavarani

Previously use of drones as a relief distribution vehicle was studied in several studies where required number of drones and the best locations for the relief centers were…

Goal programming optimization model under uncertainty and the critical areas characterization in humanitarian logistics management

Mario Chong, Juan G. Lazo Lazo, Maria Cristina Pereda, Juan Manuel Machuca De Pina

The purpose of this paper is to improve disaster management models, have an optimal distribution of assets, reduce human suffering in a crisis and find a good solution for…

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  • Dr Nezih Altay
  • Prof Gyöngyi Kovács