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Impacts of the Belt and Road Initiative on Global Supply Chain and International Logistics


Special issue call for papers from International Journal of Logistics Management

Special Issue Call for Papers from International Journal of Logistics Management
Impacts of the Belt and Road Initiative on Global Supply Chain and International Logistics

 

Guest Editors:

Paul Tae-Woo Lee - paultaewoo.lee@zju.edu.cn
Zhejiang University, China

Kamonchannok Suthiwartnarueput - kamonchanok.s@chula.ac.th
Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Kevin X. Li - kxli@zju.edu.cn
Zhejiang University, China

Ying-En Ge - yege@shmtu.edu.cn
Shanghai Maritime University, China

Topicality:

Connectivity issues among sea, air and railway transport for international logistics
•Intermodal developments for global supply chain  in the context of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)
•Transport connectivity and trade development
•Impact of the BRI on global logistics and SCM  including country case studies
•Sustainability issues along the Belt and Road
•Maritime transport and logistics
•Infrastructure development related to improving supply chain network
•Global sourcing and production networks in the context of BRI
•Emerging issues in global logistics and supply chains

Aims:

This special issue aims to target research out comes from academics and field industry and policy-makers related to the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), of which impacts o the BRI on global logistics and SCM  including country case studies, sustainability issues in logistics and supply chain in the context of BRI, maritime logistics and intermodal transport (railway and shipping service) and network, and global sourcing and production networks in the context of BRI, including country cases of the above topics. The above topics are emerging and focal issues in global logistics and supply chains. Having said that, this special issue will contribute to expanding literature and providing managerial and policy implications on the BRI related to supply chain and international logistics providers. It will also be good references for teaching courses in logistics and supply chain management and international transportation.

Submission and deadline:

All submissions to be made through the International Journal of Logistics Management ScholarOne manuscript submission portal http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ijlm. Author guidelines for the journal can be found here.
The deadline for submissions is December 15 2019