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International Journal of Logistics Management

International Journal of Logistics Management


ISSN: 0957-4093

This journal is a Hybrid Open Access journal
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Content: Table of Contents  
Information: Journal information  |  Editorial Team  |  Author Guidelines
Other: Journal News (inc. calls for papers)  |  Sample article  |  Recommend this journal

2018 Impact Factor: 2.226*
5-year Impact Factor (2018): 2.821*

CiteScore 2018: 3.28
CiteScoreTracker 2019: 2.36 (Updated Monthly)

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Professor Britta Gammelgaard
introduces the journal

Call for Papers:

Impacts of the Belt and Road Initiative on Global Supply Chain and International Logistics. All information and how to submit can be found here.

Decision Making in Logistics Management in the Era of Disruptive Technologies. All information and how to submit can be found here.

Supply Chain Management in the Latin-American business environment - opportunity or necessity? All information and how to submit can be found here.

 

Editorial objectives 

  • To provide a platform for new thinking on (new) problems, practices and techniques of logistics and supply chain management 
  • To provide a platform for new thinking on (new) problems, practices and techniques of global logistics and supply chain management
  • To facilitate the interchange of information about logistics and supply chain management among business managers and researchers on a world-wide basis
  • To provide executives and teachers with reports of current developments in the field of logistics and supply chain management

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit manuscripts that advance the science and practice of logistics and supply chain management. While articles in any area of logistics or supply chain management are welcomed, the journal is especially interested in those dealing with managerial applications of theory and techniques. Articles which provide new knowledge and guidelines for framing, interpreting or imple-menting the logistics process in the supply chain are of particular interest. This implies that the journal is particularly interested in empirical research including a special preference for qualitative research. All articles are anonymously reviewed for publication by referees who look for original ideas that are clearly pre-sented as a contribution to scientific knowledge.

Recent Editorials

Recent Special Issues:

Cold chain supply management (Volume 29, Issue 3) - Guest Editors: Kune-Muh Tsai and K.S. Pawar. This special issue extends our understandings of the issues and challenges that are likely to be encountered when developing the next generation of cold logistics and supply chain operations. The origin of this special issue can be credited to the 21st International Symposium on Logistics, hosted by National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology, Taiwan along with the University of Nottingham, China and UK in July 2016.

Big data analytics in logistics and supply chain management (Volume 29, Issue 2) - Guest Editors: Samuel Fosso Wamba, Angappa Gunasekaran, Thanos Papadopoulos and Eric Ngai. The main objective of this special issue is to provide a significant opportunity to the logistics and supply chain management community to affect practice through fundamental research on how big data analysis (BDA) capability can be exploited by the organizations to provide logistics and supply chain insights.

Top 3 most downloaded articles:

Supply Chain Management: Implementation Issues and Research Opportunities. Douglas M. Lambert, Martha C. Cooper and Janus D. Pagh

Supply Chain Management: More Than a New Names for Logistics. Martha C. Cooper, Douglas M. Lambert and Janus D. Pagh

Characteristics of Supply Chain Management and the Implications for Purchasing and Logistics Strategy. Martha C. Cooper and Lisa M. Ellram

The International Journal of Logistics Management is indexed and abstracted in: 

Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List, BFI (Denmark), Cabell's Whitelist, Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS, UK) Academic Journal Guide, CNRS (France), ProQuest, Publication Forum (Finland), Qualis (Brazil), The Nordic List, VHB JourQual (Germany), WU Wien Journal Ratings (Austria)

And Ranked By:

Scopus, SSCI Social Science Citation Index (Clarivate Analytics)

International Journal of Logistics Management is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Operations, Logistics & Quality eJournals Collection. For more information, please email [email protected] or visit the Emerald Operations, Logistics & Quality eJournals Collection page.

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* 2018 Journal Citation Reports® (Clarivate Analytics, 2019)