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Green supply chain management: A review and bibliometric analysis
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This paper presents a thorough bibliometric and network analysis of the emergent field of green supply chain management that provides insights not previously fully grasped or evaluated by other reviews on this topic. Expand
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Quantitative models for managing supply chain risks: A review
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This paper presents a systematic review of the quantitative and analytical models (i.e. mathematical, optimization and simulation modeling efforts) for managing supply chain risks. Expand
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Greening ports and maritime logistics: A review
Abstract This paper aims to examine the past and present research on ‘green ports and maritime logistics’ in order to identify established research streams and fertile research areas with potentialExpand
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Toward a relevant agenda for warehousing research: literature review and practitioners’ input
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We provide an agenda for future warehousing research relevant for both academic development and practitioners’ needs. Expand
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Developing a supply chain disruption analysis model: Application of colored Petri-nets
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This paper uses a Petri nets-based model as a tool to understand the dissemination of disruptions and to trace the operational performance of a supply chain. Expand
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Supply chain and logistics in national, international and governmental environment : concepts and models
Overview.- Performance Measurement.- Global Supply Chain Management.- National Logistics Costs.- Spatial Analysis and Land-Use Planning.- Supply Network Design.- Privatization.- Export Clusters.-Expand
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Planning of complex supply chains: A performance comparison of three meta-heuristic algorithms
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This paper aims to compare and analyze the performance of three meta-heuristic algorithms in solving a nonlinear green supply chain planning problem. Expand
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Contingent Management of Supply Chain Disruption: Effects of Dual or Triple Sourcing
This paper studies a single product setting in which a firm can source from multiple suppliers. One supplier has unreliable capacity while other suppliers are reliable but have lower product quality.Expand
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Socio-environmental performance of transportation systems
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to identify and categorize the social and environmental impacts of transportation systems, and address the appropriate solutions to mitigate and manage theseExpand
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