Quotation Wankmüller, Christian, Reiner, Gerald. 2016. Cooperation, collaboration and coordination in relief chain management: A meta-analysis. In In 23rd EurOMA Conference Proceedings, Hrsg. 23rd EurOMA, 1-10. Trondheim, Norway: None.


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In recent years, an increasing number of natural and man-made disasters has demonstrated that a working disaster management is crucial in order to alleviate the suffering of the affected population. Cooperation, coordination and collaboration within the relief network is essential for overcoming these destructive actions. To give an overview about the scientific state-of-the-art and to reveal potential research gaps within this scientific field, we analyze the current literature related to relief chain operations in order to improve humanitarian aid performance. In particular, we attempt to explore the structure and origin of scientific progress, focusing on cooperation, collaboration and coordination in the field of relief chain management. The identification of the most influential academic papers and important scientific contributions in this research area is another key aspect of our scientific analysis.

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Status of publication Published
Affiliation External
Type of publication Contribution to conference proceedings
Language English
Title Cooperation, collaboration and coordination in relief chain management: A meta-analysis
Title of whole publication In 23rd EurOMA Conference Proceedings
Editor 23rd EurOMA
Page from 1
Page to 10
Location Trondheim, Norway
Year 2016
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Reiner, Gerald (Details)
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Wankmüller, Christian (Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria)
Research areas (ÖSTAT Classification 'Statistik Austria')
1133 Computer-aided simulation (Details)
5307 Business and management economics (Details)
5316 Industrial management (Details)
5326 Production research (Details)
5354 Business logistics (Details)
5365 Quality management (Details)
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