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Focusing on the specific challenges of research design and exploring the opportunities of conducting research in humanitarian logistics and supply chain management, this handbook is a significant contribution to future research. Chapters include extensive descriptions of methods used, highlighting their advantages and disadvantages, and the challenges in scoping, sampling, collecting and analysing data, as well as ensuring the quality of studies. Covering a wide variety of topics including risk and resilience and the impact of humanitarian logistics on capacity building, sustainability and the…mehr

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Focusing on the specific challenges of research design and exploring the opportunities of conducting research in humanitarian logistics and supply chain management, this handbook is a significant contribution to future research. Chapters include extensive descriptions of methods used, highlighting their advantages and disadvantages, and the challenges in scoping, sampling, collecting and analysing data, as well as ensuring the quality of studies. Covering a wide variety of topics including risk and resilience and the impact of humanitarian logistics on capacity building, sustainability and the local economy, it also explores the need for scalability and co-ordination in the humanitarian network. Contributors provide important insight on future directions and offer crucial guidance for researchers conducting projects within the field.


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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 13.10.2017
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781137590992
  • Artikelnr.: 52935409
Autorenporträt
Gyöngyi Kovács is the Erkko Professor in Humanitarian Logistics at Hanken School of Economics, Finland. She is a founding Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management (JHLSCM) and is on the editorial board of several others. She has published extensively in the area of humanitarian logistics and supply chain management and is currently supervising a number of doctoral dissertations in these fields. She led the Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Research Institute (HUMLOG Institute), Hanken School of Economics since its establishment in 2008 until 2014. Karen Spens is Professor of Supply Chain Management and Corporate Geography and the Rector (Dean) of the Hanken School of Economics. She is a founding Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management (JHLSCM) and is on the editorial board of several others. She has published extensively in the areas of health care logistics, as well as humanitarian logistics and supply chain management. Mohammad Moshtari is a postdoctoral research fellow at Hanken School of Economics. He completed his PhD programme at the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) in Switzerland. His research area is in inter-organisational relationships within a humanitarian setting and he has published in several peer-reviewed international journals.
Inhaltsangabe
Chapter 1.1. Social Network Analysis in the context of Humanitarian Logistics; Natalie Simpson, Zhasmina Tacheva and Ta-Wei (Daniel) Kao.- Chapter 1.2. Deploying Collaborative Management Research Approaches in Humanitarian Supply Chains: An Overview and Research Agenda; Yasmine Sabri.- Chapter 1.3. Future Research in Humanitarian Operations: A Behavioral Operations Perspective; Karthik Sankaranarayanan, Jaime Andrés Castañeda, and Sebastián Villa.- Chapter 2.1. Challenges and opportunities for humanitarian researchers: Dreadful biases and heavenly combinations of mixed methods; Pervaiz Akhtar.- Chapter 2.2. So much of research is context: fieldwork experience in humanitarian logistics; Minchul Sohn.- Chapter 2.3. Conducting in-depth case studies in humanitarian logistics:The case of MSF; Diego Vega.- Chapter 2.4. 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.- Chapter 3.1. An Understanding of Humanitarian and Disaster Relief Supply Chain Integration (HDR-SCI); Jihee Kim, Stephen Pettit, Irina Harris, Anthony K. C. Beresford.- Chapter 3.2. An Empirical investigation of Swift Trust in Humanitarian Logistics Operations; Q. Lu, M. Goh, R. de Souza.- Chapter 3.3. Drivers of Coordination in Humanitarian Relief Supply Chains; Rameshwar Dubey, Nezih Altay.- Chapter 3.4. Agility learning opportunities in cross-sector collaboration. An exploratory study; Alessandra Cozzolino, Ewa Wankowicz, Enrico Massaroni.- Chapter 4.1. 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.- Chapter 4.2. Developing Individual Competencies for Humanitarian Logistics; Graham Heaslip, Peter Tatham, Alain Vaillancourt.- Chapter 4.3. Governance of service triads in humanitarian logistics; Graham Heaslip, Gyöngyi Kovács.- Chapter 4.4. Multimodal Logistics in Disaster Relief; Syed Tariq, Muhammad Naiman Jalil, Muhammad Adeel Zaffar.- Chapter 5.1. Structuring Humanitarian Supply Chain Knowledge through a Meta-Modelling Approach; Laura Laguna Salvadó, Matthieu Lauras, Tina Comes, Frederick Bénaben.- Chapter 5.2. Decision Support Systems for Urban Evacuation Logistics in Practice; Marc Goerigk, Horst W. Hamacher, Sebastian Schmitt.- Chapter 5.3. Advances in network accessibility and reconstruction after major earthquakes; Andréa Cynthia Santos.- Chapter 5.4. Information Technology in Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management; Dorit Schumann-Bölsche.- Chapter 5.5. Bridging research and practice in humanitarian logistics: a quick diagnostic tool to assess organisational agility; Cécile L'Hermitte, Marcus Bowles, Peter Tatham, Benjamin Brooks.- Chapter 6.1. The Evolutions of Humanitarian-Private Partnerships: Collaborative Frameworks Under Review; Rolando M. Tomasini.- Chapter 6.2. Review of empirical studies in Humanitarian Supply Chain Management: methodological considerations, recent trends and future directions; Lijo John.- Chapter 6.3. Four Theories for Research in Humanitarian Logistics; Richard Oloruntoba.- Chapter 6.4. From Aid to Resilience: How to Bridge Disaster Resilience and Humanitarian Supply Chain Management Research; Eija Meriläinen.