Kovács, Gyöngyi

The Palgrave Handbook of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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Table of contents

Part I. Innovative Methods - not that Much Used Yet

1. Social Network Analysis in the Context of Humanitarian Logistics
Natalie Simpson, Zhasmina Tacheva, Ta-Wei (Daniel) Kao

2. Deploying Collaborative Management Research Approaches in Humanitarian Supply Chains: An Overview and Research Agenda
Yasmine Sabri

3. Future Research in Humanitarian Operations: A Behavioral Operations Perspective
Karthik Sankaranarayanan, Jaime Andrés Castañeda, Sebastián Villa

Part II. More Established Empirical Methods

4. Challenges and Opportunities for Humanitarian Researchers: Dreadful Biases and Heavenly Combinations of Mixed Methods
Pervaiz Akhtar

5. So Much of Research Is Context: Fieldwork Experience in Humanitarian Logistics
Minchul Sohn

6. Conducting In-Depth Case Studies in Humanitarian Logistics: The Case of MSF
Diego Vega

7. The Application of the Case Study Methodology: Resilience in Domestic Food Supply Chains During Disaster Relief Efforts in South Asia
Mark Wilson, Muhammad Umar, Jeff Heyl

Part III. Collaboration - Variety of Methods

8. Towards A Better Understanding of Humanitarian Supply Chain Integration
Jihee Kim, Stephen Pettit, Irina Harris, Anthony Beresford

9. An Empirical Investigation of Swift Trust in Humanitarian Logistics Operations
Qing Lu, Mark Goh, Robert de Souza

10. Drivers of Coordination in Humanitarian Relief Supply Chains
Rameshwar Dubey, Nezih Altay

11. Agility Learning Opportunities in Cross-Sector Collaboration. An Exploratory Study
Alessandra Cozzolino, Ewa Wankowicz, Enrico Massaroni

Part IV. Variety of Topics

12. How Flexibility Accommodates Demand Variability in a Service Chain: Insights from Exploratory Interviews in the Refugee Supply Chain
Kirstin Scholten, Carolien de Blok, Robbin-Jan Haar

13. Developing Individual Competencies for Humanitarian Logistics
Graham Heaslip, Peter Tatham, Alain Vaillancourt

14. Governance of Service Triads in Humanitarian Logistics
Graham Heaslip, Gyöngyi Kovács

15. Multimodal Logistics in Disaster Relief
Syed Tariq, Muhammad Naiman Jalil, Muhammad Adeel Zaffar

Part V. Applications - Most Typical

16. Structuring Humanitarian Supply Chain Knowledge Through a Meta-Modeling Approach
Laura Laguna Salvadó, Matthieu Lauras, Tina Comes, Frederick Bénaben

17. Decision Support Systems for Urban Evacuation Logistics in Practice
Marc Goerigk, Horst W. Hamacher, Sebastian Schmitt

18. Advances in Network Accessibility and Reconstruction after Major Earthquakes
Andréa Cynthia Santos

19. Information Technology in Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Dorit Schumann-Bölsche

20. Bridging Research and Practice in Humanitarian Logistics: A Diagnostic Tool to Assess Organizational Agility
Cécile L’Hermitte, Marcus Bowles, Peter H. Tatham, Benjamin Brooks

Part VI. Conceptual, Future

21. The Evolutions of Humanitarian-Private Partnerships: Collaborative Frameworks Under Review
Rolando M. Tomasini

22. Review of Empirical Studies in Humanitarian Supply Chain Management: Methodological Considerations, Recent Trends and Future Directions
Lijo John

23. Four Theories for Research in Humanitarian Logistics
Richard Oloruntoba

24. From Aid to Resilience: How to Bridge Disaster Resilience and Humanitarian Supply Chain Management Research
Eija Meriläinen

Keywords: Business and Management, Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability Management, Business Strategy/Leadership

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