Call for Chapters: Cases on Supply Chain Management and Lessons Learned From COVID-19
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Call for Chapters
Proposals Submission Deadline: June 18, 2021
Full Chapters Due: July 18, 2021
In recent years, due to the increasingly aggressive market competition, it is essential to evaluate the role of logistics and supply chain management skills and applications for the success of any organization or business. Last year, the COVID19 pandemic showed the fragility of the sustainability of the economic organization, production and supply chains of all the world. A well organized and planned Logistics and Supply Chain Management system is crucial, it helps businesses, cut costs and enhance customer value especially when companies consider competitive advantages in a worldwide market. This project aims to bring together academics and researchers to exchange and share their experiences and results on all features of Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Intends to include theoretical and empirical research, case studies of important and fruitful applications in this field, for effective teaching and learning. The employment of innovative technologies, methods and techniques are also highlighted.
• After-sales logistics services and operations; • Computer Modeling in Logistics Engineering; • COVID19 pandemic: supply chain disruption; • Data mining Technology in Logistics Industries; • Decision making on supply chain management; • Demand management; • Design and Organization of Supply Chains; • E-business and decision making; • E-commerce and supply chain management; • Environmental Sustainability and Green Logistics; • Global Supply Chains in a Post-Pandemic World; • International Logistics and Regional logistics; • International Supply Chain Networks; • Logistics Management Information System; • Logistics System Optimization; • Management and Decision Sciences; • Massive Storage and Data Management; • Mathematical modelling; • Organizational performance; • Operations Research and Industrial Engineering; • Production planning and control; • Reverse Supply Chains and Logistics; • Scheduling; • Simulation and Application; • Supply Chain and Inventory Management; • Supply Chain networks and collaboration; • Supply Chain Management and Modeling; • Supply Chain Performance Assessment; • Supply Chain skills, capability development and education; • Transport and Distribution Logistics; • Warehouse management system; • Web Services Model and Application; • Web-based Interactions and Transactions in Supply Chains.
Ana Paula Lopes