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Title Innovative logistics services and sustainable lifestyles : interdependencies, transformation strategies and decision making / Ani Melkonyan, Klaus Krumme, editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]

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Subject Business logistics.
Alt Name Melkonyan, Ani,
Krumme, Klaus,
Description 1 online resource
Note Includes index.
Summary This edited volume aims to describe the transformation of supply chain management (SCM) and logistics services by merging sustainable logistics, SCM, sustainable consumption and lifestyle research. This assessment of the transformation potential serves the development of sustainable business models and optimized decision-making systems for achieving sustainable economic value creation within a green economy. In 5 sections, the volume takes a unique transdisciplinary approach to assess sustainable business practices within SCM and the logistics sector, and to understand the interactions between logistics services and consumer lifestyles while creating transparency within the decision making process. This book will be of particular interest to academics, policymakers, planners, and politicians. Section 1 introduces readers to the importance of blended research and innovation between sustainable SCM and consumer lifestyles for transformation towards a green economy. Section 2 addresses the question of how trends and developments in consumption behavior and lifestyles influence the development of sustainable logistics. Section 3 discusses the transformation potential towards sustainable logistics using the food sector as an example. Section 4 focuses on strategic decision making in SCM, and how long-term improvements of sustainability performance can be achieved. Section 5 concludes with policy recommendations as well as research and innovation perspectives for future sustainable development with SCM and logistics.
Note Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on April 12, 2019).
Contents PartI: Introduction and Overview -- Chapter1: Integrating perspectives of logistics and lifestyles for a sustainable economy -- Chapter2: Supply Chains and Systems of Sustainability? An Attempt to Close the Gap -- PartII: Challenges in Logistics and SCM: Trends in the sector considering consumer lifestyles -- Chapter3: Leverage points for sustainable, innovative logistics considering consumer lifestyles -- Chapter4: Assessment of consumer attitudes toward sustainability in food logistics and the role of shopping behavior and personal characteristics -- Chapter5: Green Bullwhip Effect Revisited: How Sustainable Lifestyles Might Influence Supply Chains -- Chapter6: Communicating sustainable logistic innovations to various consumer groups -- PartIII: Transformation potential towards sustainable supply chains -- Chapter7: Local and sustainable food businesses: Assessing the role of supply chain coordination -- Chapter8: A system dynamics-based simulation model to analyze consumers? behavior based on participatory systems mapping? A "last mile" perspective -- Chapter9: Diffusion of a social innovation: Spatial aspects of?Foodsharing? distribution in Germany -- PartIV: Scenario and Strategy Development for future sustainable supply chain and logistics services -- Chapter10: Scenario Planning for Sustainable Food Supply Chains -- Chapter11: Applications of digital technologies in sustainable logistics and supply chain management -- Chapter12: Sustainable Logistics and Transportation Systems: Integrating Optimization and Simulation Analysis to Enhance Strategic Supply Chain Decision-Making -- PartV: Synthesis and Perspectives -- Chapter13: Recommendations for politics, companies and intermediaries to support the transformation towards sustainable supply chains -- Chapter14: Research and innovation perspectives for integrated supply chains in a sustainable economy.
ISBN 9783319984674 (electronic bk.)
3319984675 (electronic bk.)
9783319984681 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-98467-4
OCLC # 1089003779
Additional Format Print version: 3319984667 9783319984667 (OCoLC)1047618048

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