Event Date/Time: Sep 29, 2010
End Date/Time: Oct 01, 2010
Mar 06, 2010
Early Registration Date:
Nov 06, 2009
Abstract Submission Date:
Oct 06, 2010
Paper Submission Date:
Mar 05, 2010
The meetings are organised by AIRL (the International Association for Logistics Research), whose membership is comprised of university researchers, corporate practitioners and public sector institutions interested by research in the fields of logistics and supply chain management. AIRL is the worldâ€™s largest French-speaking association with the mission of promoting research projects and diffusing their results.
Since 1995, RIRL has monitored logistics and supply chain management research in terms of methodological aspects and associated workplace experimentation. This is a headline event where interested professionals have the opportunity to share their experiences during both full conference sessions and smaller workshops.
"RIRL 2010", the Conferenceâ€™s eighth biennial meeting, is a magnet for researchers throughout the discipline as well as beyond.
Authors should send a 500 to 1,000 word French or English-language abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6 November 2009. This abstract should contain research objectives, methodology and expected outcomes, as well as key words.
The Scientific Committee will then select which communications are to be presented at the Conference.
Authors will be notified of their paperâ€™s acceptance by 20 November 2009.
The final version of the papers that have been selected must be submitted by 5 March 2010.
The best communications will be published in the following reviews "Logistique & Management" and "Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal".
"RIRL 2010", the Conferenceâ€™s eighth biennial meeting, is a magnet for researchers throughout the discipline as well as beyond. The conference aims to enhance general understanding of a number of logistics and supply chain-related management issues:
* Procurement and supply chains (purchasing and supply chain performance, purchasing/logistics relationships, purchasing of services, logistics outsourcing)
* Supply chain implications and consequences of financial, humanitarian and natural crises
* Training in supply chain management (learning, innovation, technology)
* Supply chain competency and human resource management
* Logistics, locations (urban, regional) and society
* Operations management and supply chains
* Managing supply chain performance (modelling and evaluation, benchmarking, best practices)
* Strategy and supply chains (network governance and design)
* Service sector supply chains
* Sustainable supply chains
* Supply chains and market globalisation (delocalisation, relocalisation)
* Supply chains and inter-organisational relationships (collaboration, trust, contracts)
* Supply chains and information systems (Technologies, exchanges, collaborative planning)
Plus other topics reflecting trends developing in the field of logistics (e-commerce, etc ).