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Call for papers
Humanitarian logistics in conflict zones and complex emergencies
Special issue call for papers: Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Guest Editors: Heaslip, G., Listou, T., Skog & Falagara Sigala, I.
Paper submission deadline: June 30, 2022 (A 300-500-word abstract is expected by May 15, 2022)
Abstracts should be no more than 500 words. They should provide a summary of the paper and the contribution to the special issue theme of supply chain resilience and logistics management in epidemics and pandemics.
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Past special issues
Research methods in humanitarian logistics
Special issue: Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Guest Editors: Kovács, G., Moshtari, M., Kachali, H., Polsa, P., HUMLOG Institute, Hanken School of Economics, Finland
Volume 9 Issue 3 (2019)
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Free access to research on humanitarian logistics from 2023 onwards
The Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management (JHLSCM) is targeted at academics and practitioners in humanitarian public and private sector organizations working on all aspects of humanitarian logistics and supply chain management. The journal promotes the exchange of knowledge, experience and new ideas between researchers and practitioners and encourages a multi-disciplinary and cross-functional approach to the resolution of problems and exploitations of opportunities within humanitarian supply chains.
Humanitarian logisticians in the field need access to practical operational research to adapt to fast changing volatile environments. Similarly, there needs to be more publications from underrepresented universities on their local challenges. HELP Logistics is at the knowledge intersection of academia and humanitarian logistics. Making the JHLSCM open to all will advance our ambition of greater inter-sector knowledge collaboration.