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Home delivery vs parcel lockers: an economic and environmental assessment

@inproceedings{Giuffrida2016HomeDV,
  title={Home delivery vs parcel lockers: an economic and environmental assessment},
  author={Maria Giuffrida and Riccardo Mangiaracina and Alessandro Perego and Angela Tumino},
  year={2016}
}
The past few years have been characterised by the emergence and the growth of B2C e-commerce in both developed and emerging countries (eMarketer, 2015). This phenomenon has highlighted the importance of conceiving new delivery strategies in order to deal with the increasing challenges of an internet-driven society. In this context, last mile logistics, i.e. the concluding distribution process to the end customer is particularly critical (Wang et al., 2014). One of its biggest problems is… 

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