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Northern lights in logistics and supply chain management

Arlbjoern, J.S., Halldorsson, A., Jahre, M. and Spens, K. (eds.) (2008) Northern lights in logistics and supply chain management, Copenhagen: Denmark, Copenhagen Business School Press, 285pp.

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"Northern Lights in Logistics & Supply Chain Management" portrays the past, present and future research of the subject in the Nordic countries. The NOFOMA conference - a network of Nordic researchers within the field of Logistics and Supply Chain Management - has been a focal point in the contribution to the continuous improvement and further development of Nordic research. The network has also opened up for interaction with fellow researchers from other countries.
There are sixteen chapters in the book that in its own way colours the Nordic rainbow of research within Logistics and Supply Chain Management. The chapters are structured in four themes: 1) Origins and strategic aspects; 2) Research approaches in the Nordic countries; 3) Advancement of distribution strategies and; 4) Emerging application areas of logistics and SCM. The chapters provide an understanding and, perhaps more importantly, consciousness for scholars that are part of this research environment: Where are we now, what have we been influenced by, and in what area are we able to provide positive impact? The aim of the book is also to contribute to increased visibility to fellow international scholars within Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

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Published date: 2008
Organisations: Management


Local EPrints ID: 57927
ISBN: 8763002183
PURE UUID: a6680553-49ca-4c3c-bbb6-405a071f60e4

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Date deposited: 20 Aug 2008
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:28

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Editor: J.S. Arlbjoern
Editor: A. Halldorsson
Editor: M. Jahre
Editor: K. Spens

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