Tuesday, March 09, 2010

New Journal CFP: Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management


Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management Call for papers

New Journal for 2011


Emerald Group Publishing is delighted to announce the launch of an exciting new journal for 2011: Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

Co-edited by Dr. Gyöngyi Kovács and Professor Karen Spens, Hanken School of Economics, Finland, the journal will publish state of the art research in the field of humanitarian and development aid logistics and supply chain management. Logistics and supply chain management related articles in the context of disaster relief and development aid are of equal interest to the journal.

The journal will seek to publish papers based upon different methodological approaches and submissions utilizing both quantitative and qualitative approaches will therefore be welcomed. The journal will seek to publish a range of different papers including empirical research, a call for research notes and viewpoints from practitioners.

The journal will publish research on the following topics:

  • Humanitarian logistics
  • Emergency logistics
  • Disaster relief operations
  • Supply chain management in disaster relief
  • Development aid logistics and supply chain management
  • Assessing and managing supply chain vulnerability
  • Managing supply chain disruptions
  • Measuring performance in humanitarian supply chains
  • Decision-making in humanitarian supply chains
  • Knowledge management and transfer in humanitarian supply chains
  • Information and communication technology for humanitarian logistics
  • Supply chain co-operation, integration and collaboration in the humanitarian setting
  • Relationship management in humanitarian supply chains
  • Public-private partnerships in humanitarian logistics
  • Inter-organisational co-ordination across humanitarian supply chains
  • Crisis management
  • Civil-military co-operation in disaster relief
  • Humanitarian health care supply chains
  • Principles and theory of relief supply chain management
  • The role of donors and volunteers in humanitarian logistics
  • Non for profit-supply chains.
Submit a paper

Initial submissions to Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management should be sent to the co-editors:

Dr. Gyöngyi Kovács: kovacs@hanken.fi
Professor Karen Spens: karen.spens@hanken.fi

Kind regards,

Zoe Sanders
New Launch Publisher
Emerald Group Publishing Limited

zsanders@emeraldinsight.com
http://www.emeraldinsight.com


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