"The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (UK)."
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Risky business : what humanitarians can learn from business logisticians and vice versa / Paul D Larson Impacts of funding systems on humanitarian operations / Tina Wakolbinger and Fuminori Toyasaki The importance of information technology in humanitarian supply chains : opportunities and challenges in the Helios project / Martijn Blansjaar and Charl van der Merwe Humanitarian logistics metrics : where we are and how we might improve / Peter Tatham and Kate Hughes Humanitarian logistics and the cluster approach : global shifts and the us perspective / Nezih Altay and Melissa Labonte The 2004 Thailand tsunami reviewed : lessons learned / Stephen Pettit, Anthony Beresford, Michael Whiting and Ruth Banomyong The journey to humanitarian supply management : an African perspective / Paul SN Buatsi Humanitarian logistics in the United States : supply chain systems for responding to domestic disasters / Jarrod Goentzel and Karen Spens The supply network's role as an enabler of development/ deb ellis Humanitarian logistics professionalism / David Moore and David Taylor Humanitarian logistics : a cultural perspective / Rachel Dowty The impossible interface? : combining humanitarian logistics and military supply chain capabilities / Jersey Seipel Disaster agencies and military forces : not such strange bedfellows after all / Tim Cross.