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Here we may occasionally upload call-for-papers, course announcements, open positions, etc. that relate to interorganisational issues and supply chain management.

UPCOMING CONFERENCES

- NOFOMA, Jun 12-13, 2014, Copenhagen, Denmark, deadline Jan 6, 2014.

- ERS / CSCMP Europe, Apr 28-29, 2014, Düsseldorf, Germany, deadline Feb 21, 2014.

- European DSI, Jun 29-Jul 2, 2014, Kolding, Denmark, deadline Mar 15, 2014.

- And a list of OR conferences plus upcoming POMS conferences

Calls for papers for SPECIAL ISSUES

- The International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management calls for papers on “Sustainability assessment of innovative products, processes and services“. Deadline Oct 15, 2013.

- Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal calls for papers on “Sustainable supply chains“. Deadline Oct 31, 2013.

- Decision Sciences Journal calls for papers on “Novel advances in applications of the newsvendor model“. Deadline Nov 1, 2013.

- The International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management calls for papers on “Humanitarian operations management“. Deadline Nov 30, 2013.

- The International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management calls for papers on “Supply chain security“, deadline Dec 31, 2013

- The Journal of Business Logistics calls for papers on “Leveraging logistics for effective buyer-supplier relationships”. Deadline Jan 31, 2014.

 

Calls for papers for book chapters

None we are aware of. Send us your CFP so that we can post it here.

Calls for teaching cases

None we are aware of. Send us your CFP so that we can post it here.

Upcoming doctoral courses

None right now.

36 responses to “The Wall

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  3. First, I want to thank you for this excellent work of collecting information that often are not so easy to find on the web!

    I’m posting a conference with a specific focus on Food supply chains: 8th International Conference on Management in Agrifood Chains and Networks that is going to be held in Ede, The Netherlands from the 28th to the 30th of May.

    I hope can be useful.

    Riccardo

    http://www.eaae.org/en/content/non_eaae_seminar-congress_links/28-30May2008_Call%20Ketencongres2008-070729.pdf

  4. Calls for papers for special issues

    - International Journal of Services Technology and Management (IJSTM)
    calls for papers on “Role of Third/Fourth Party Logistics Providers in Logistics and Supply Chain Management“. Deadline Oct 31, 2007

    http://www.inderscience.com/browse/callpaper.php?callID=726

    Riccardo

  5. Thanks, Riccardo!

  6. Calls for papers for special issues

    - International Journal of Electronic Business (IJEB)
    calls for papers on “RFID in Supply Chain Networks“. Deadline Jan 31, 2008

    http://www.inderscience.com/browse/callpaper.php?callID=798

    Riccardo

    I periodically read your blog and I deem it very useful and interesting.
    Thanks for the work you’ve done.

  7. Hi,

    Very useful site and quite some interesting CFP’s :-)

    The one on

    “Building theory in business logistics through reviews of the literature” from The International Journal of Logistics Management caught my eye, but cannot find it. If you have a link to doc/website, could you please add it?

    Thanxs!
    Marisa

  8. Hi Marisa,
    Herewith text from the IJLM CFP:

    “Building Theory in Business Logistics
    Through Reviews of the Literature”

    For a special issue designed to build theory in the field, the International Journal of Logistics Management is looking for literature reviews pertaining to all topics in business logistics. These reviews should include research and conceptual papers originally published in top logistics journals, such as International Journal of Logistics Management, Journal of Business Logistics, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, Transportation Journal, and Transportation Research: Part E. Reference material may include publications in other journals, but authors must ensure the topic relates specifically to logistics and that their theory building has a foundation in work that has been published in top logistics journals.

    Theory describes, explains, and predicts phenomena; furthermore, it develops through various mechanisms, including experiments, surveys, mathematical models, case studies, hypothesis testing, and literature reviews. Literature reviews that contribute most to theory building (1) are thorough, (2) provide structure to the literature by using typologies and categorization, (3) are well written, (4) identify themes, (5) identify missing themes, (6) raise new research questions, (7) result in a better understanding of a phenomenon, and (8) are interesting.

    For this Call, manuscript length requirements are flexible. For topics about which few articles have been published, the reviews logically may be relatively short. That is fine, as long as the reviews meet the eight listed criteria. Other topics with a long history will feature many published manuscripts. In those situations, review papers may need to be unusually long, which is acceptable as well.

    Notes to Authors
    • Submitted papers should not have been previously published nor be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere
    • All papers are refereed through a peer review process. A guide for authors, sample copies and other relevant information for submitting papers are available at: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/info/journals/ijlm/sample.jsp

    Submission Deadline
    Full paper submissions due December 31, 2007

    Editors and Notes
    Please send one copy as an MS Word attachment in an e-mail to Matt Waller at: mwaller@walton.uark.edu

  9. Thanks Marisa and Lucy!

    I’ve learned my lesson: “don’t ever delete e-mails with a CFP”. If there’s no link to a CFP in the future we’ll post the name and e-mail address of the editor of a special issue.

    Gyöngyi

  10. I hope one day we´ll have an ISCM model in South America. But for that to happen, we re gonna need more talent folks such as Halldorsson and Kovács. Finally, I would just like to remind you all that if you are looking for suppliers in Brazil , we can offer Supplier Source Inspection and Supplier Quality Assurance in major cities like São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Curitiba. May God blees all fellows from ISCM in 2008!

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  13. ICLT2009 extends the deadline till 31 May 2009

  14. The International Journal of Integrated Supply Management has a call for papers for a Special Issue on Supply Chain Operations during the World-Wide Economic Crisis: Call for papers

  15. Abstract submission is extended till 31st of July, 2009

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  18. Dear all,

    This may be of interest for some of you.

    Thanks

  19. thx ademonla, the conference is linked up now

  20. Supply Chain Solutions is offering the right products, to the right people, at the right place and of course at the right time. To plan, execute, manage, execute and deliver along with the right attitude are most important aspects of Supply Chain Solutions. It is great enhanncement to business

  21. ICLT 2010, Dec 16 – 18, 2010, Christchurch, New Zealand. Paper deadline July 31, 2010.

  22. For a special issue designed to build theory in the field, the International Journal of Logistics Management is looking for literature reviews pertaining to all topics in business logistics. These reviews should include research and conceptual papers originally published in top logistics journals, such as International Journal of Logistics Management, Journal of Business Logistics, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, Transportation Journal, and Transportation Research: Part E. Reference material may include publications in other journals, but authors must ensure the topic relates specifically to logistics and that their theory building has a foundation in work that has been published in top logistics journals.
    +1

  23. For a special issue designed to build theory in the field, the International Journal of Logistics Management is looking for literature reviews pertaining to all topics in business logistics. These reviews should include research and conceptual papers originally published in top logistics journals, such as International Journal of Logistics Management, Journal of Business Logistics, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, Transportation Journal, and Transportation Research: Part E. Reference material may include publications in other journals, but authors must ensure the topic relates specifically to logistics and that their theory building has a foundation in work that has been published in top logistics journals. +1
    +1

  24. Dear all,

    First, congratulations on the website, it’s very useful! I really like the topics of the blogposts.

    I’d also like to let you know about a new initiative in the Netherlands to promote the Limburg region. Check out the website of this initiative at EULogisticsHub.com, to learn more about the Limburg region for your logistics services, hopefully you find it interesting!

    Kind regards,

    Bart de Laat

  25. I am sorry the link didn’t work well, this is the website, in case you are interested: http://www.eulogisticshub.com

  26. Dear all,

    I just wanted to update you on the latest research in supply chain management.
    We just put online a new book covering all activities within the supply chain system. It provides new ideas and practical experiences regarding the supply chain management.

    You can download it for free here
    Supply Chain Management

    I hope you find it useful.

  27. Thanks Ana for the link, I’m sure the book is useful to a vast audience. Gy

  28. st research in supply chain management.
    We just put online a new book covering all activities within the supply chain system. It provides new ideas and practical experiences regarding the supply chain management.

  29. 7th Scientific Conference ‘Economy and Efficiency – contemporary solutions in logistics and production’

  30. The process consists of five steps: metric mapping, metric validation, data collection, data and process analysis, and documentation of results and findings.supply chain management

  31. I’m extremely pleased to find this great site. I need to to thank you for ones time just for this wonderful read!! I definitely liked every bit of it and i also have you book-marked to look at new stuff in your web site.

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